It is a guess or prediction of what may happen if you do something. ex. I hypothesize that I will slip if i step on a banana peel. PS A hypothesis is not always correct!!!…!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (MORE)
A hypothesis is an educated guess. for an example if you are taking a test and you already canceled out 2 impossible answers and you have two left you aren't sure about use an… educated guess known as a hypothesis. I'm a seventh grader that has a 83 in science so I'm not Einstein material but i knew more than what the other person had here.. and I'm not criticising anyone but if you don't know please don't post and give the other person wrong answers... (MORE)
As described in the dictionary: hyÂ·pothÂ·eÂ·sis.
n. pl. hyÂ·pothÂ·eÂ·ses 1. A tentative explanation for an observation, phenomenon, or scientific problem… that can be tested by further investigation. 2. Something taken to be true for the purpose of argument or investigation; an assumption. 3. The antecedent of a conditional statement. (MORE)
when you have a hypothesis, you have to guess what will happen during your expierement before you start testing it. for example if you are doing a project on heredity then you… will guess, for example, kids/children inherit genes from their parents. (MORE)
Either works, given the often-contrary nature of the English usage of H. However, I've heard "a hypothesis" more than "an hypothesis". Improved Answered: In instances… where words that begin with "h" use the consonant sound..."a" is used. So the proper form is "a hypothesis". See the official rules for a or an at the link below. (MORE)
when you have a hypothesis, you have to guess what is going to happen for example if you are doing a project on heredity, then your hypothesis might be i think most kids/child…ren will inherit genes from their parents. (MORE)
noun noun: hypothesis ; plural noun: hypotheses .
a supposition or proposed explanation made on the basis oflimited evidence as a starting point for further investigation. …"professional astronomers attacked him forpopularizing an unconfirmed hypothesis".
theory, theorem, thesis,conjecture, supposition, postulation,postulate, proposition, premise,assumption; More.
notion,concept, idea, possibility "his "steady state" hypothesis of the origin ofthe universe".
a proposition made as a basis for reasoning, without anyassumption of its truth.. (MORE)