Create a strong hypothesis using this basic form: "If (I do this), then (this) will happen." A hypothesis is simply an educated guess. More »

According to the scientific method, one must first formulate a question and then do background research before it is possible to make a hypothesis. The scientific method, of which the hypothesis is a key component, has l... 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 »

There are seven steps to an investigatory project: ask a question, conduct the research, form a hypothesis, design an experiment, analyze the results, draw a conclusion and communicate the results. The steps to an invest... More »

A data analysis is where you discuss and interpret the data collected from your project and explain whether or not it supports your hypothesis. The analysis may discuss mistakes made while conducting the experiment or wa... 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 »

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 »