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HOW TO GET FULL CREDIT FOR YOUR ANSWER. Writing an amazing hypothesis

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Hypothesis 1. Write an “If/Then” statement with the If portion containing the independent variable (that which is changing) and the then portion containing the dependent variable (that which is measured). Question: Why do I get so many mosquito bites? Based on the above info, which is correct? 1. If one has many mosquito bites, then one must wear bug repellant. 2. If one wears bug repellant, then one will not have mosquito bites.

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Hypothesis Question: How do I get my parents to buy me an iPhone? Based on the above info, which is correct? 1. If one wants an iPhone, then one must be respectful and do his/her chores. 2. If one is respectful and does his/her chores, then one will get an iPhone.

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Hypothesis 2. Answer the question! Question: How do I get my parents to buy me an iPhone? Based on the above info, which is correct? 1. If one is respectful and does his/her chores, then one will get an iPhone. 2. If one is respectful and does his/her chores, then one’s parents will do nice things for them.

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Hypothesis No I; Use one Question: How do I get an “A” in science? Incorrect: If I study, then I will get an A in science. Correct: If one studies, then he/she will get an A in science.

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Hypothesis No contractions in formal writing (i.e. lab reports). Why do I get so many mosquito bites? 1. If one doesn’t wear bug repellant, then one will have mosquito bites. 2. If one does not wear bug repellant, then one will have mosquito bites.

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Hypothesis Watch the homonyms— Example: their, there, and they’re (must be they are) Based on the above info, which is correct? 1. If one is kind to there parents, then they will be rewarded with an iPhone. 2. If one is kind to their parents, then they will be rewarded with an iPhone.

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