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5 August, 03:29

A student completed a lab report. Which correctly describes the difference between the "Question" and "Hypothesis sections

of her report?

"Question" states what she is asking, and "Hypothesis" states the result of her experiment.

"Question" states what she is asking, and "Hypothesis" states what she thinks the answer to that question is in 'If then

... because" format.

"Question" describes what she is trying to find out, and "Hypothesis" states the procedures and methods of data collection

"Question" describes what she is trying to find out, and "Hypothesis states any additional information or prior knowledge

about the question.

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  1. 5 August, 05:04
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    Question states what she is asking and hypothesis sates what she thinks the answer to that question is if then because format
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