ACT Science 2.7 Data Representation Passage
ACT Science: Data Representation Passage Drill 2, Problem 7. How is the data presented in Experiment 3 different from the data in Experiments 1 and 2?
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Alright, this question is asking us to see how the data in Experiment 3 is presented
differently from the data in Experiments 1 and 2.
Well in the description of Experiment 3, the passage tells us that Experiment 3 looked
at four specific proteins in fem-1(-) and gon-2(-) worms....KIN, RHO, DAF, and PAR.
The graphs shows the absolute level of protein aggregation in young and old worms.
In contrast, Experiments 1 and 2 looked at a large number of unidentified proteins and
plotted them against young and old worms.
Both experiments look at the difference in protein aggregation between young and old
worms..so the biggest difference is that Experiment 3 looks at individual proteins.
The answer... (A)!