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What is a good way to start a hypothesis? Can I personalize it? I know it's good to start with an "If.......", but is that all? I'm a bit confused.

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  1. A good way? A hypothesis is a statement of fact, no opinion, nor wishful thinking. Review the difference between facts and opinions. So a good way, is to state a fact based on causality.

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