Question by  mapple (18)

How should I form a hypothesis for my science fair project?


Answer by  lastangelx69 (9)

start with this, IF __[i do this]___ AND__[change this]___ THEN ___[This will happen]___ list your Independent/dependent variables and your control & your theory on why your doing the project, ex: theory: if i throw a ball up gravity will pull it back down.

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Answer by  Caitlin (52)

It must begin with the word 'if', and have the word 'than'. i.e. "IF I get too hot, THAN I will sweat." There you go!


Answer by  ChemistryTeacher (26)

A science fair hypothesis should be in the form "If...then..." The beginning of the sentence should include what you are changing and the end of the sentence should include what you think will happen after that change is made.


Answer by  Bronagh (666)

In a hypothesis, you simply predict the results of your experiment. You state what you believe will happen when you perform the experiment.


Answer by  mooska (42)

Ask yourself, "What would happen?" For example, what if I watered a plant with milk instead of water, what would happen? Is milk better than water? What about 2% milk?


Answer by  Anonymous

M y hypothesis is that __________________ this is because

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