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Q: A hypothesis that is supported by evidence gathered in the research process is called a what?
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A hypothesis that is supported by evidence gathered in the research process is called?

conclusion


List ways hypothesis can be supported?

A hypothesis can be supported by checking it against your research to see if it is true, checking it against research done by others, and testing your hypothesis rapidity.


When does hypothesis become a conclusion?

When data gathered in the research process supports its validity


What comes after forming a working hypothesis?

- design an experiment to test for the prediction and hypothesis - perform the experiment - hypothesis not supported - design new experiment - hypothesis supported - confirmation by many experiments - theory - model - research etc


If you posed a hypothetical answer to a research question but then had a hard time finding data that supported your hypothesis what should you do?

Try to come up with a different hypothesis that seems to be supported by the data.


What are the parts of scientific investigation?

The parts of scientific investigation are identifying a research question or problem, forming a hypothesis, gathering evidence, analyzing evidence.


What separate a hypothesis from a prediction?

Both terms are sometimes used interchangeably, but "hypothesis" is more specific. It refers to a certain kind of prediction that is based on extensive research. Usually, a hypothesis will also need to explain itself. After experiments have been conducted, the hypothesis will either be supported or not supported by the results. A prediction does not necessarily require the research and support that a hypothesis needs.


What is it called when factsfigures and other evidence gathered through observations?

The general term is - research.


Explain in detail the three possible outcomes that may result from this research?

The question is very poorly specified so this answer is simply a wild guess at what the questioner might want. Three possible outcomes of any research, designed to test some hypothesis, are: (a) evidence in support of the hypothesis; (b) evidence disproving the hypothesis; or (c) evidence that can neither prove (support) nor disprove the hypothesis.


Why is reliability important in research?

Reliability is very important to research because it tells us (based on results obtained each time) whether or not there is a problem with your research, proves or disproves your hypothesis (insufficient evidence to suggest hypothesis is correct) concluding that reliability is low. Also, if a research is reliable it can be used as scientific evidence.


What are the aims of scientific research?

The aims of scientific research is to support or not-support a hypothesis. You must understand that results of scientific research can not be proven just supported and the with non-support.


What are the part of investigations?

The parts of scientific investigation are identifying a research question or problem, forming a hypothesis, gathering evidence, analyzing evidence.

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