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heyheyhelpme

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An idea about a situation that is not supported by evidence is called?

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  1. heyheyhelpme
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    Do you know?

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    @ChelseaSnatchko

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    @AddingValue

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    @directioner4ever

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  6. ChelseaSnatchko
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    I'm thinking it might be hypothesis, but let me make sure.

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    ok

  8. ChelseaSnatchko
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    an idea or explanation of something that is based on a few known facts but that has not yet been proved to be true or correct- this is the definition of a hypothesis, so I think it's right. It's the only thing I can find.

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    Ojay thanj

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