What Hypothesis Can I Make From The Setup Experiment The Mongo Seed Soaked In Wet Tissue Paper?


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In simpler terms - a hypothesis is a scientists estimate or guess at what the outcome of the experiment or the research will be. In this case, your hypothesis is entirely dependent on what you are trying to find out through your experiment with the mongo seed and the soaked tissue paper.

  • Get a format before beginning

Like with every experiment, you need to establish what you are looking to discover as a result of your experiment. Ask yourself some of the following questions:

  • What am I looking to measure?
  • What do I think is going to happen?
  • What is the reason for this experiment?

Once you have answered those questions, you are half way to creating a hypothesis.

The next thing you will need consider in more detail is exactly what you think is going to happen. There are two types of hypothesis that you can use and this is entirely dependent on how confident you are of the outcome of the experiment.

For example, if you are trying to prove or disprove something then you would be more inclined to use a directional hypothesis. This would consist of you saying which way you think the result will go and by how much. This may be "I predict that there will be a significant positive reaction during this experiment"

  • How impartiality might alter your approach

If you are taking a much more objective approach to your experiment then you would more likely want to use a non-directional hypothesis. This means that you are not expecting the result to go any particular way. This would look more like "I predict that there will be some form of significant reaction during this experiment."

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