When information is easy to understand, you don't need an inquiry to learn it; you can just look up the answer. If you're doing an inquiry, you are trying to build for yourself a new area of knowledge. Simply hearing or reading the answer will almost certainly not be enough. You can reread and revisit the resources that you found most useful, or continue to look for other useful resources. However, one of the best ways to turn information into something you can understand and use is to actually use it to do something. That is why the Create step is such an important part of an inquiry.
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