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    Tap Water Hypothesis

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    The null hypothesis I will also test is, The type of water will have no impact on how people rank its taste. Another possible claim is, The type of water bottled or tap will have a positive impact on how people rank its taste with tap water coming out on top. The research hypothesis is more plausible because even though some bottled water is regular tap water sometimes it is processed to improve its taste. For this reason some would say that bottled water tastes better than tap water. In a blind taste test done the cheapest bottled water Kmart’s American Fare won followed by big seller Aquafina which is just tap water and in third place was NYC tap water which tied with Iceland Spring. Even though some bottled water is tap water the taste is sometimes improved. The background information for this project that helped me form my research hypothesis comes from four sources. They are Tap water vs. bottled water: which is healthier? , Is bottled water better than tap?. Bottled versus tap: which is safer?, Water survey of my sample population and Maintaining the superiority of NYC’s drinking…

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    Science Fair Hypothesis

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    Hypothesis- Science Fair Name: Gustavo Hernandez Date: Nov.28.2015 Partner: N/A Experimental Question, Independent Variable, and Dependent Variable: Do video games affect memory? Memory is an incredible thing and some parts of it we do not even understand, so in this new era with video games rising in popularity and being in many different households do video games affect gaming? The testing will be done by manipulating a game playing time between studying and taking a quiz. A test subject will…

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    Pre Test Hypothesis

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    Hypothesis: Individuals who prefer high fat and sugar foods will priorities attention to images of these foods and therefore have a significant increase in their response time, compared to those who do. Those whom received a high preference of high fat foods in the pre-test will score significantly higher in the questionnaire in the post-test, with a longer reaction time in the odd one out task, indicating that after exposure to food stimuli these individuals attention was impaired. Method…

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    Evidence Based Hypothesis

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    Hypotheses are proposed explanations for a fairly narrow set of phenomena, they are usually based on prior experience, scientific background knowledge, preliminary observations and logic. We often come up with multiple hypotheses to explain an observation, we just eliminate the ones that are wrong. What's left over is not a theory or a law or an 'ultimate truth', it's just a possible explanation for something, one that can lead us to new hypothesis, which we may agree or disagree with the…

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    Adhd Hypothesis

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    What hypothesis is being tested? hypotheses: first, students who report LD or ADHD would be victimized more frequently compared with students who do not report LD/ADHD diagnoses; second, students with less secure attachment styles to parents would experience more victimization compared with students with better attachment to parents; third, students with insecure attachment style to teachers would experience more frequent victimization compared with students with more secure attachment to…

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    Hypothesis This study attempts to assess two research hypotheses. Our hypothesis answers the research question, what difference, if any, can be found between the two concentration when describing dissertation characteristics? Our first hypothesis (H1) states that clinical track dissertations are more likely to be experimental than administrative track dissertations. Our second hypothesis (H2) states administrative track dissertations are more likely to have advanced statistical analyses than…

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    Earth Worm Lab Hypothesis

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    investigations by investigating and writing down what happened. One cross-cutting concept that was in the lab was patterns because 3 out of 4 experiments ended in the worm picking the same thing 3 times. The first hypothesis is that if worms are placed in an area with light and darkness then the worm will move toward the light. The results of the experiment was that the worm went toward the light once, and to the dark side twice. I reject my hypothesis because the worm went toward the dark side,…

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    Essay Final 2) Explain in detail the relationship between the concepts of a hypothesis, theory, and law. Be sure to not only define each word but to discuss the intricacies of how these three concepts are related. You should also include a discussion that explains why a scientist might get offended by someone who refuses to accept the validity of a scientific theory by claiming, “it’s just a theory,” and someone who claims that a hypothesis is an educated guess. A hypothesis is based on prior…

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    Hypothesis Test Hypothesis

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    The team’s null hypotheses or (HO) is that Hispanic pay is greater than or equal to $30,000. The team’s alternative hypothesis or (H1) is that Hispanic pay is less than $30,000. The significance level has been set at .05 or 95%. The z score of .05 is -1.645. If the z-value is less than -1.645 then the team can reject the null hypothesis and accept the alternative hypothesis. If the z-value is greater than -1.645 then the team fails to reject the null hypothesis, meaning Hispanic workers do, in…

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    Strain hypothesis is a human science and criminology hypothesis created in 1957 by Robert K. Merton. The hypothesis expresses that society puts weight on people to accomplish socially acknowledged objectives however they do not have the methods, this prompts strain which may lead the people to carry out wrongdoings. Cases being pitching drugs or getting to be plainly required in prostitution to increase monetary security. Strain may either be: Auxiliary: this alludes to the procedures at the…

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