hypothesis

Why is it important to test the results of a hypothesis?

asked by Josie
  1. Here is google definition for Hypothesis- a supposition or proposed explanation made on the basis of limited evidence as a starting point for further investigation.

    posted by Jake
  2. Yeah, but why do we need to test the results?

    posted by Josie
  3. Because it is just an idea that has to be proven to know that it is true.

    posted by Jake

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