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Well, what do you think?
Assuming that the hypothesis comes before the experiment?
c or d
um... I think it's between A.
@claire1010 It's not D, i put that but it was wrong
A hypothesis- "IF" this happens "THEN" this will happen.
Yes, I agree with Adam, thats how I was taught. But if i were to choose, it would be either B or C.
id say its based on an educated guess, and sometimes not even the educated part; but it has to be testable at least
i know that but, look @ the choices
only thing close to that that i can make out is c
Gotta be C. A and B are almost conclusions or observations, which come AFTER an experiment. A hypothesis is formulated before any experimentation begins. A scientific hypothesis typically follows the form of "IF this THEN that." This reads to me as a cause and effect.
c. is base ont he cause and effect relationship of scientific question and the proposed DUHHHH :P lol
It's probably a but also probably a trick question :P
A hypothesis is definitely NOT based on research or data from experimentation. Consider that an experiment aims to prove or disprove a hypothesis. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypothesis