Certain criteria must be satisfied if a measurement or observation is to be believed. Will the criteria necessarily be as strict for an expected result as for an unexpected result?
Solution 5 CQ
In this question we have to explain the importance of satisfaction of criteria for certain observation to be true
Step 2 :
For a certain observation to be believed, it has to be justified by results of experiments and observation, and the criteria of the experiments and observation plays an important role in obtaining the results
To get an expected results or an unexpected results the criteria of observation and experiments remains
Depending upon the results obtained, a theory is justified