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**1.** A** Hypothesis** is an assumption, an idea that is proposed for the sake of argument so that it can be tested to see if it might be true

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**2.** In the scientific method, the** Hypothesis** is constructed before any applicable research has been done, apart from a basic background review.

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**3.** A** Hypothesis** (plural hypotheses) is a proposed explanation for an observation

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**4.** In science, a** Hypothesis** is part of the scientific method

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**5.** The words** Hypothesis**, law, and theory refer to different kinds of statements, or sets of statements, that scientists make about natural phenomena

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**6.** A** Hypothesis** is a proposition that attempts to explain a set of facts in a unified way

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**7.** A** Hypothesis** is an explanation for a set of observations

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**8.** Here are examples of a scientific** Hypothesis.** Although you could state a scientific

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**9.** *Hypothesis* is an assumption that is made on the basis of some evidence

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**10.** A** Hypothesis** is a statement that can be tested by scientific research

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**11.** A** Hypothesis** is a stepping stone to a soon-to-be proven theory

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**12.** For a** Hypothesis** to be considered a scientific

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**14.** Use ** Hypothesis** right now to hold discussions, read socially, organize your research, and take

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**15.** A ** Hypothesis** is a tentative, testable answer to a scientific question

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**16.** A** Hypothesis** (plural hypotheses) is a precise, testable statement of what the researcher (s) predict will be the outcome of the study

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**17.** An idea or explanation for something that may be true but has not yet been completely proved: *Hypothesis* that Evidence supports their *Hypothesis* that a long-term relationship built on trust and obligation …

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**18.** According to the definition, a ** Hypothesis** is an assumption one makes based on existing knowledge

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**19.** ** Hypothesis**, something supposed or taken for granted, with the object of following out its consequences (Greek

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**20.** A *Hypothesis* is an important part of the scientific method

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**21.** A *Hypothesis* is a description of a pattern in nature or an explanation about some real-world phenomenon that can be tested through observation and experimentation

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**22.** The most common way a *Hypothesis* is used in scientific research is as a tentative, testable, and falsifiable statement that explains some observed phenomenon in nature.

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**23.** ** Hypothesis** is a NYC based gaming company that brings together artists, educators, mathematicians, musicians, scientists, software developers, and other visionaries and doers

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**25.** In science, a *Hypothesis* is an idea or explanation that you then test through study and experimentation

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**26.** Outside science, a theory or guess can also be called a *Hypothesis*

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**27.** A *Hypothesis* is something more than a wild guess but less than a well-established theory.

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**28.** A *Hypothesis* is a statement that attempts to explain a set of facts

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**29.** Suppose your friend Smedley's room is a mess; your *Hypothesis* might be that Smedley makes the room messy.

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**30.** Click the button below to install the ** Hypothesis** extension from the Chrome Web Store.

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**31.** “A ** Hypothesis** is a conjectural statement of the relation between two or more variables”

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**32.** (Kerlinger, 1956) “** Hypothesis** is a formal statement that presents the expected relationship between an independent and dependent variable.”(Creswell, 1994) “A research question is essentially a

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**34.** Here are the steps involved in how to write a ** Hypothesis** for a dissertation

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**35.** A research question is a starting step for writing a research ** Hypothesis** in the dissertation

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**36.** The ** Hypothesis** can be broadly classified into different types

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**37.** A simple ** Hypothesis** is a

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**38.** A research ** Hypothesis** is a conjectural statement, a logical supposition, a reasonable guess, and an educated prediction about the nature of the relationship between two or more variables that we expect to happen in our study.

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**39.** ** Hypothesis** (n.) 1590s, "a particular statement;" 1650s, "a proposition, assumed and taken for granted, used as a premise," from French hypothese and directly from Late Latin

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**40.** A ** Hypothesis** (plural: hypotheses), in a scientific context, is a testable statement about the relationship between two or more variables or a proposed explanation for some observed phenomenon.In a scientific experiment or study, the

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**41.** ** Hypothesis** testing is a form of statistical inference that uses data from a sample to draw conclusions about a population parameter or a population probability distribution.First, a tentative assumption is made about the parameter or distribution

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**42.** This assumption is called the null ** Hypothesis** and is denoted by H 0.An alternative

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**43.** The inverse of a null ** Hypothesis** is an alternative

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**44.** How the Null ** Hypothesis** Works A null

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**45.** Statistical ** Hypothesis** testing is a key technique of both frequentist inference and Bayesian inference, although the two types of inference have notable differences

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**46.** Statistical ** Hypothesis** tests define a procedure that controls (fixes) the probability of incorrectly deciding that a default position (null

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**47.** This is a fairly low probably that it would happen fairly by chance, so you might be tempted to reject the ** Hypothesis** that it was truly random, that Bill is cheating in some way

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**48.** And you could imagine if it wasn't 12 in a row, if it was 20 in a row then this probability becomes really, really, really, really, really small, so your *Hypothesis*

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**49.** ‘The conceptual peg ** Hypothesis** provides a theoretical explanation of the difference.’ ‘I think it's important to note that what I'm proposing here is a

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**50.** Good ** Hypothesis** : Poor

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**51.** Kristin says: "This ** Hypothesis** is good because it is testable, simple, written as a statement, and establishes the participants (trout), variables (oxygen in water, and numbers of lice), and predicts effect (as oxygen levels go down, the numbers of lice go up)."

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**52.** Learn how to make your own ** Hypothesis** with this catchy song! Featuring illustrations and hands-on experiments by Ben Leddy and Alison Slate.

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**53.** ** Hypothesis** is an advanced testing library for Python

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**54.** A ** Hypothesis** must be verifiable by statistical and analytical means, to allow a verification or falsification

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**55.** In fact, a ** Hypothesis** is never proved, and it is better practice to use the terms ‘supported’ or ‘verified’

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**56.** This means that the research showed that the evidence supported the ** Hypothesis** and further research is built upon that.

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**57.** ** Hypothesis** n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc

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**58.** If the null ** Hypothesis** was true, what is the probability that we would have gotten these results with the sample? And if that probability is really, really small, then the null

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**59.** We could probably reject the null ** Hypothesis** and we'll say well, we kind of believe in the alternative

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**60.** ALTERNATE ** Hypothesis** • The alternative

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**61.** STATISTICAL ** Hypothesis** • A

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**62.** ** Hypothesis** testing involves two statistical hypotheses

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**63.** The first is the null ** Hypothesis** (H 0) as described above.For each H 0, there is an alternative

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**64.** ** Hypothesis** definition: A

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**HYPOTHESIS** [hīˈpäTHəsəs]

NOUN

**hypothesis** (noun) · **hypotheses** (plural noun)

- a supposition or proposed explanation made on the basis of limited evidence as a starting point for further investigation.
- a proposition made as a basis for reasoning, without any assumption of its truth.