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Hypothesis A: If heart rate is related to caffeine intake, then coffee drinkers will have higher heart rates. Hypothesis B: If a higher heart rate is related to caffeine intake, then the heart rate of most people will be higher 30 minutes after they drink a cup of coffee. Which hypothesis is more useful and why? A. The two hypotheses are equally useful. B. Neither hypothesis is useful because they aren’t testable. C. Hypothesis B is more useful because it suggests a way to test the relationship between heart rate and caffeine intake. D. Hypothesis A is more useful because it’s
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Hypothesis A: If heart rate is related to caffeine intake, then coffee drinkers will have higher heart rates. [ Hypothesis B: If a higher heart rate is related to caffeine intake, then the heart rate of most people will be higher 30 minutes after they drink a cup of coffee. Hypothesis B is more useful because it suggests a way to test the relationship between heart rate and caffeine intake. ]
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Hypothesis A: If heart rate is related to caffeine intake, then coffee drinkers will have higher heart rates. [ Hypothesis B: If a higher heart rate is related to caffeine intake, then the heart rate of most people will be higher 30 minutes after they drink a cup of coffee. Hypothesis B is more useful because it suggests a way to test the relationship between heart rate and caffeine intake. ]
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