• Mathematics
• High School ## A hypothesis is:_______ a. a testable prediction about the relationship between variables. b. a simple explanation for a psychological finding. c. an observed relationship between independent and dependent variables. d. an unprovable assumption about psychological processes. a. A testable prediction about the relationship between variables

Step-by-step explanation:

A hypothesis is the FIRST step in conducting research or experimenting. In other terms, a scientific guess based on limited knowledge. Contrary to our hypothesis, conclusion comes last in researching and states the summary of the information gathered.

The reason why it isn't letter D is because a hypothesis's provability can only be determined once you have your conclusion, which is after you have conducted a research or experiment.

The letters B and C are too unrelated to what an hypothesis is.

- 8th grade student :)) (also buried under her own mountain of assignments and activities)

## New questions in Mathematics ## 3. DEVELOP A HYPOTHESIS OR PREDICTION You have made your observations and you have your questions. Now you need to make a prediction about what you think will happen next. A hypothesis is not simply a guess! A hypothesis is an educated guess or tentative answer to a problem. The student thinks that ice will melt faster in juice than it will in water. Maybe he just wants to get a drink of juice out of it. Example: 1. What happens to the growth of mongo seeds if table salt was added to the soil? 2. Tomato seeds may grow faster in colder temperature. Hypothesis: 1. If the amount of salt added to the soil increases, then the growth of mongo seeds decreases. 2. If tomato seeds were planted in colder temperature, then the seeds will grow at a faster rate.​ Explanation:

A hypothesis (plural hypotheses) is a proposed explanation for a phenomenon. For a hypothesis to be a scientific hypothesis, the scientific method requires that one can test it. Scientists generally base scientific hypotheses on previous observations that cannot satisfactorily be explained with the available scientific theories. Even though the words "hypothesis" and "theory" are often used synonymously, a scientific hypothesis is not the same as a scientific theory. A working hypothesis is a provisionally accepted hypothesis proposed for further research, in a process beginning with an educated guess or thought.

A different meaning of the term hypothesis is used in formal logic, to denote the antecedent of a proposition; thus in the proposition "If P, then Q", P denotes the hypothesis (or antecedent); Q can be called a consequent. P is the assumption in a (possibly counterfactual) What If question.

The adjective hypothetical, meaning "having the nature of a hypothesis", or "being assumed to exist as an immediate consequence of a hypothesis", can refer to any of these meanings of the term "hypothesis". ## What is an meaning of develop a hypothesis or prediction if my hypothesis is true, and I were to do this test, then this is what I will observe.

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1. Difference Between Hypothesis and Prediction (with Comparison Chart) 2. How To Write A Hypothesis 3. Difference Between Hypothesis and Prediction (With Table) 4. 2. Write A Testable Hypothesis For Your Research Question 5. PPT 6. Difference Between Hypothesis and Prediction (with Comparison Chart) #### VIDEO

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1. Part Recall the steps of the scientific method:

Part Recall the steps of the scientific method: 1. Make observations. 2. Develop a hypothesis or make predictions. 3. Test the hypothesis. 4. Analyze the results. 5. Communicate the results. Explain how the student in the article represented each step of the scientific method while developing his trench.

2. A hypothesis is:_______ a. a testable prediction ...

A hypothesis is the FIRST step in conducting research or experimenting. In other terms, a scientific guess based on limited knowledge. Contrary to our hypothesis, conclusion comes last in researching and states the summary of the information gathered.

3. 3. DEVELOP A HYPOTHESIS OR PREDICTION You have ...

3. DEVELOP A HYPOTHESIS OR PREDICTION You have made your observations and you have your questions. Now you need to make a prediction about what you think will happen next. A hypothesis is not simply a guess! A hypothesis is an educated guess or tentative answer to a problem. The student thinks that ice will melt faster in juice than it will in ...

4. Develop a hypothesis or prediction