Actually, a scientific hypothesis does not necessarily have to be tested. If it is tested and confirmed, it advances to the status of scientific theory. But sometimes, no one has figured out a way to test it, or possibly, there is a way to test it but no one has the funding to pay for the test, in which case the hypothesis remains hypothetical.
A hypothesis is an educated guess at what the outcome of the experiment will be. This means that the information must be tested to see if the predicted outcome is true or false, and there must be the possibility that it is can be proven false.
A scientific hypothesis must be testable. A scientific hypothesis is an educated guess based on prior knowledge and observation before actually experimenting.
The hypothesis (high-POTH-uh-suss) is a proposed scientific explanation of a phenomenon. It must be tested to determine if the explanation is true, or not.
No. A hypothesis is just a a potential explanation or relationship that must be tested and then either verified, dismissed, or modified.
Although the spelling may be wrong in places, the sentence is true.
A hypothesis that has been well tested and is considered to probably be true.
No, an hypothesis is a tentative conjecture explaining an observation, phenomenon or scientific problem that can be tested by further observation, investigation and/or experimentation. As a scientific term of art, see the attached quotation. Compare to theory, and quotation given there. No a hypothesis must be tested, proven to be true No. A hypothesis is a best guess based on available information and observation.
A scientific theory or hypothesis must be able to make predictions that can be tested. It must be possible to design an experiment so that there is one outcome if the hypothesis is true and a different outcome if it is false. This is what is meant by saying that a hypothesis is testable or falsifiable. If such as experiment is carried out and the outcome is not as predicted then the hypothesis must be rejected and replaced by an alternative hypothesis - or a modified version.
scientific hypothyses are educated guesses on something. scientific theories are hypothesis that cant be tested. scientic laws are hypotheis that have been tested and proven to be 100% true.
It is true.
A scientific law is one that has been tested throughout hypothesis and theory and proven to be true all the time.
What must be true of any hypothesis
A hypothesis is any concept concerning understanding something, anything. A (scientific) theory is a hypothesis which has been tested and found (so far) to be true. A "scientific law" is just a thumb-nail description of a theory (its never complete).
In order for an idea to be considered a hypothesis, it must be able to be tested. No matter whether tests prove the hypothesis to be true or false, it could never be considered a hypothesis if it wasn't possible to test it.
A "guess", in science, is a hypothesis. A hypothesis has not been tested to see if it holds water so to speak. A theory has been tested and shown that might or could possibly "hold water". A scientific law has been tested and proven to be able to hold water and as such, can be demonstrated to be "true".
By definition a hypothesis is:A tentative explanation for an observation, phenomenon, or scientific problem that can be tested by further investigationSomething taken to be true for the purpose of argument or investigation; an assumption
If a hypothesis has been tested many times (using approved experimental methods), and each test has proven the hypothesis to be true, the hypothesis can be taken to be a fact, or truth.
Not unless its tested by experimentation. If its tested by experimentation. And then if found to be true its no longer just a hypothesis. And if found to be false it becomes an invalid hypothesis, which anyone in their right mind would withdraw as a hypothesis.
This is called a hypothesis. It isn't really tentative but would be seen over and over again and then needs to be tested (or proven) as true or false.
The hypothesis which has been tested and verified repeatedly by tests is called theory.
A hypothesis is a formalized thought ... "I think this might be true". A theory is a hypothesis which has been tested (against reality) and seems to be true. A "law" is just a short-hand description of a theory (usually a simple mathematical equation).
A hypothesis must be testable.
False, your hypothesis has fallacies.