An "if, then" statement is an example of a scientific hypothesis; for instance, "If I brush my teeth daily, I won't develop cavities." The null hypothesis, a statement that there is no difference between two variables, i... More »

A good hypothesis is a statement that helps to explain the occurrence of a specified group of observable phenomena. A scientist begins with a question she wishes to answer. The scientist turns that question into a statem... More »

A falsifiable hypothesis is a proposed explanation for an event or occurrence that can be proven false. The falsifiability of a hypothesis requires that the statement can be refuted based on a scientific and observable i... More »

According to Evergreen Public Schools, the way to formulate a measurable hypothesis is to create an if, then and because statement in relation to two variables. According to Wesleyan University’s Government Department, t... More »

A good hypothesis is a statement that helps to explain the occurrence of a specified group of observable phenomena. A scientist begins with a question she wishes to answer. The scientist turns that question into a statem... More »

A tentative thesis statement example would be, "In 'The Great Gatsby,' the character Jay Gatsby functions as a symbol for the notion of the American dream." A tentative thesis statement, also known as a working thesis, i... More »

An example of a thesis statement might be, "As the world's population continues to grow, the need for lawmakers to step up to protect fragile ecosystems in order to maintain biological diversity is at an all-time high." ... More »