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What Are The Different Types Of Hypothesis?

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1. Types of hypotheses-

a. Inductive is a generalization based on specific observations.

B. Deductive is derived from theory and provides evidence that supports, expands, or contradicts the theory.

C. Non-directional - states that relation or difference between variables exists (e.g., 10th graders who get multimedia instructions do better than those who receive regular instruction only).

D. Directional - states the expected direction of the relation or difference. (e.g., 10th graders do better in mathematics using interactive multimedia than the once that don't.)

e. Null - states that there is no significant relation or difference between variables. (e.g., 10th graders bio students do as good using classical teaching as using multimedia).
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A. Inductive is a generalization based on specific observations.
B. Deductive is derived from theory and provides evidence that supports, expands, or contradicts the theory.
C. Nondirectional - states that relation or difference between variables exists (e.g., 10th graders who get [email protected]
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TYPES OF HYPOTHESIS         a.Inductive-is a generalization based on specific observations.         b.deductive-is derived from theory and provides evidence that supports expands,or                                         contradicts the theory.         c.non directional-states that relation or difference between variables exists.         d.directional-states the expected direction of the relation or difference.        e. Null-states that there is no significant relation or difference between variables.

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