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I need a hypothesis that I did not use already to determine which bees will fly further-the older ones or the younger ones.any ideas?

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  1. Just make an educated guess. how old are the old ones, how young are the young ones? It doesn't really matter what your hypothesis is, really. if you don't know the answer, you have to do an experiment to find out. that's the whole idea.
    PS. I don't think "flying further" is a good idea. Probably "flying faster". Bees won't fly too far from their hive.

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  2. Thank you for the suggestion. The experiment was which bee would fly further from the hive, the older ones or the young ones. Ithe end , I thought up a question so I did not need this. Thank you once again.

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