Hypotheses for Experiments

Gap-fill exercise

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When carrying out experiments it is expected that the researcher will start with a . It is important that the and dependent variables are clearly stated in the hypothesis. When a hypothesis predicts the expected direction of the results it is referred to as a tailed hypothesis. When a hypothesis does not predict the expected direction of the results it is referred to as a tailed hypothesis. The hypothesis that states the expected results is called the hypothesis. The hypothesis is a statement of no difference.