anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the difference between "results support" and "fail to support" in a scientific investigation?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
If the results presented (whether straight statistics, graphs or tables etc) help to support the hypothesis. for example: If there are lots of good results that suggest "Females are smarter" and the hypothesis is that "females are smarter" then the *results support* However if the hypothesis is "females are smarter" but there are little or no supporting results/ the results don't really suggest anything related to females being smarter-> then they *fail to support*
anonymous
  • anonymous
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