Repeating your experiments to try and duplicate the results for verification is part of the Scientific Method, a step by step model scientists use to evaluate problems. The reason for repeating an experiment is to see if the results are consistent. Often times, experiments produce outliers, which can skew data and lead to inaccurate conclusions. Performing multiple experiments help mitigate the effects outliers have on data and gives researchers a clearer understanding of their results.
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