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**example of hypothesis vs prediction**

i need 2 examples of hypothesis and 2 for prediction.

Answer #1

Hypothesis: a possible explanation of how a
natural phenomenon works. A hypothesis must have logical
consequences that can be tested. It allows predictions.

Examples:

Hypothesis: Sunlight is necessary
for seedling growth.

Prediction: Seedlings grown in bags wrapped in aluminum-foil will
be shorter than those in bags without aluminum-foil, because the
aluminum keeps out sunlight.

Hypothesis: Electrolyes are necessary for seedling growth.

Prediction: Seedlings grown in bags with Gatoraid will be longer
than those in bags with tap water, because Gatoraid provides extra
electrolytes.

1. In a testing experiment:
a. What is the difference between a hypothesis and a
prediction?
b. How do you decide if the outcome of the experiment is/is not
consistent with the prediction?
c. How do you make a judgment about the hypothesis? How do the
assumptions you made in your method enter into making this
judgment?
2. In an observational experiment:
a. What is an independent variable?
b. What is the dependent variable?
c. Give an example from your...

Numerical Integration
i
need example only

(i) Predict the experimental results of the following protocols.
Support your prediction with a hypothesis.
• Polysaccharide-digesting enzymes are used to digest the
encapsulated polysaccharide coat of the heated S form of the
bacteria. The treated bacteria are then placed with unencapsulated
pneumonia cells, which are then injected into a mouse.
• Heated encapsulated bacteria are treated with DNAase, a
DNA-digesting enzyme. The treated bacteria are then mixed with
unencapsulated pneumonia cells, which are injected into a
mouse.
• All...

State a hypothesis as an example and then design
required steps that you need to follow for making decision to
reject or do not reject it. Just explain, numerical calculations
are not required.

The null hypothesis is the prediction that there are no
differences between the mean of the population and the mean of your
sample. Question 1 options: True False Save Question 2 (1 point)
The hypothesis that your sample mean is significantly different
from the population mean is called the Alternative hypothesis or
_________________. Question 2 options: a) Null hypothesis b)
Research Hypothesis c) One-Tailed Test d) Two-Tailed test Save
Question 3 (1 point) If you are running a test to...

Discuss and give examples of Systemic vs. local inflammation

Why is competitive and noncompetitive inhibition important? One
example for each.
I know of examples of why inhibition is detrimental to different
necessary enzyme processes in the body, but I am having difficulty
thinking about why they are important?

1. how to create residual vs. fitted plot in R ? (I know I can
use plot(), but I ONLY want one graph instead of four graphs
created by plot(). )
2.how to find outliers from a scatter plot in R? I need the
code.

i need_____ information to make a prediction _______
give an explanation

I need to come up with hypothesis for a research proposal. The
topic is 'Muslim culture with breast cancer in the U.S.' I have to
come up with an original idea. It has to be something that nobody
researched before. And I'm stuck.
Can you help come up with a topic thats never been researched
and write a hypothesis?
Thank you!!!!!

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