What term describes an educated guess about what the answer question to the answer might be?
it is a hypothesis
A ballpark figure is an "educated guess" (or experienced guesstimate). Example: I might guess notebooks cost 4-5 dollars each (not on sale). I need 2 notebooks, 1 package of pens, and a new backpack. I guess it will cost around $40.00 as a ballpark figure. I actually spend $39.95 US, and bought a package of pencils too.
Hmmm. I'm going to take an educated guess. No guarantees. 1. Petroleum-derived (gasoline and diesel fuel) 2. Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) 3. Biodiesel (vegetable/organic distillates) 4. Fuel cells (hydrogen) "Electricity" might be considered a fuel, but that's unclear from the question as written. The biodiesel might be considered the same thing as petroleum diesel.
It is not possible to answer the question. The word which appears in the question is not correctly spelled but there are several options as to what the correct word might be. It is not possible to guess what was intended and give its correct spelling. I suggest you resubmit the question with some context about the word that you wish to spell.
with a pokeball, greatball, ultraball, masterball, or by trading it from somewhere else!!! no, but seriously you can find it by either fishing or surfing i think that a psyduck might be found in the same cave lugia is found in(this is just an educated guess?) and i was serious about the trading part.
A science fair project normally begins with a problem statement and/or a question. If you are doing a display, I would probably look at my experiement and ask myself what kinds of questions I was trying to answer. For instance, I once did a science fair project that involved a compost pile. The "problem" or "question" that I asked myself was... What is the fastest way to compost organics? Then I made a hypothesis (or…