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Write a hypothesis in the null and alternative format. Hypothesis statements are clear and on point statements.
Weegy: A hypothesis statement predicts a relationship between two variables. Writing a hypothesis should always precede any actual experiments and is an important part of the scientific method. [ Remember that the scientific method is used not only in the physical sciences, but also in the social sciences. So you could write a hypothesis on anything from how sunlight affects plant growth or cell multiplication to how the amount of income taxes paid impacts one's perception of the president. A good hypothesis statement makes clear the relationship between the variables and is always testable. Other People Are Reading How to Write a Hypothesis How to Write a Good Hypothesis Things You'll Need Dependent variable Independent variable Instructions 1 Choose a topic that is of interest to you. Observe the world and identify things you feel are worthy of studying more in-depth. Perhaps you've noticed that fewer people seem to be divorcing today than 10 years ago, and you'd like to understand why. 2 Formulate a prediction to help explain the issue you have chosen. You might say that people are divorcing less today because they are choosing to marry later in life. Identify your dependent and independent variables. In this case, divorce is the dependent variable, and the age at which one marries is the independent variable. Sponsored Links Gas Flow Calibration Download a Free Best Practice Guide On Effective Gas Flow Calibration. 3 Indicate how exactly one thing might affect the other. Many hypotheses are unacceptable because the writer fails to articulate the direction he expects a relationship to take. Instead of saying "A person's age when married affects likelihood to divorce," say "The older a person is when he marries, the less likely he is to divorce." 4 Make sure that your hypothesis is testable. You must establish your variables. ] ... (More)
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what are some disorders of the brain?
Weegy: Most Common Diseases and Disorders of the Brain Alcoholism, Altitude Sickness or Mountain Sickness, Alzheimer’s Disease, Amnesia, Autism , Concussion of the Brain, Epilepsy, Fainting, dizziness or weakness, Headache, Mental Retardation, Stroke. [ ] (More)
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Why do seizures occur anywhere in the brain and how does it influence the development and behavior of the individual
Weegy: A seizure is a short episode of symptoms which is caused by a burst of abnormal electrical activity in the brain. Typically, a seizure lasts from a few seconds to a few minutes. [ (Older words for seizures include convulsions and fits.) The brain contains millions of nerve cells (neurons). Normally, the nerve cells are constantly sending tiny electrical messages down nerves to all parts of the body. Different parts of the brain control different parts and functions of the body. Therefore, the symptoms that occur during a seizure depend on where the abnormal burst of electrical activity occurs. There are different types of seizures but they are broadly divided into two main types - generalised and partial. Many people associate epilepsy with generalised convulsive seizures. However, some people develop partial seizures. The success in preventing seizures by medication varies depending on the type of epilepsy. For example, if no underlying cause can be found for your seizures (idiopathic epilepsy), you have a good chance that medication can fully control your seizures. Seizures caused by some underlying brain problems may be more difficult to control. The overall outlook is better than many people realise. The following figures are based on studies of people with epilepsy, which looked back over a five-year period. The figures are based on grouping people with all types of epilepsy together to give an overall picture: About 5 in 10 people with epilepsy will have no seizures at all over a five-year period. Many of these people will be taking medication to stop seizures. Some will have stopped treatment having had two or more years without a seizure whilst taking medication. About 3 in 10 people with epilepsy will have some seizures in this five-year period, but far fewer than if they had not taken medication. So, in total, with medication, about 8 in 10 people with epilepsy are well controlled with either no, or few, seizures. The remaining 2 in 10 people ... (More)
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