# GCSE maths question??

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I was wondering whether somebody could tell me have they ever heard of anybody doing 1000 words hypothesis in: is there a correlation between the hand size and feet size for their GCSE math assignment?
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5 years ago
#2
I don't think it was a 1000 word hypothesis but, I'm quite sure I've seen this before.

-Sophie
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(Original post by Sophie Louise)
I don't think it was a 1000 word hypothesis but, I'm quite sure I've seen this before.

-Sophie
Really? are you saying the word count maybe less?
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I find it hard to believe that it would ask for a 1000 word hypothesis. A hypothesis is normally a single sentence, a couple at maximum. Are you sure the 1000 word limit doesn't apply to a report or essay that has to contain the hypothesis?
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(Original post by Chlorophile)
I find it hard to believe that it would ask for a 1000 word hypothesis. A hypothesis is normally a single sentence, a couple at maximum. Are you sure the 1000 word limit doesn't apply to a report or essay that has to contain the hypothesis?
That was the impression I was under when speaking with my tutor!
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(Original post by Chlorophile)
I find it hard to believe that it would ask for a 1000 word hypothesis. A hypothesis is normally a single sentence, a couple at maximum. Are you sure the 1000 word limit doesn't apply to a report or essay that has to contain the hypothesis?
It definitely has something I have to do for my GCSE maths assignment.
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(Original post by Luther_The_Man)
It definitely has something I have to do for my GCSE maths assignment.
Do you have the actual task on paper? I just can't believe that you have to write a 1000 word hypothesis. There's just not that much you can write about this task.
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(Original post by Luther_The_Man)
I was wondering whether somebody could tell me have they ever heard of anybody doing 1000 words hypothesis in: is there a correlation between the hand size and feet size for their GCSE math assignment?
A hypothesis is a statement that expresses an opinion - usually no longer than two sentences max
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(Original post by Chlorophile)
Do you have the actual task on paper? I just can't believe that you have to write a 1000 word hypothesis.
I don't have the actual paper at the moment. I am support to be starting it next. But I have to agree with you I personally think asking someone to a 1000 word hypothesis for GCSE math assignment is crazy!!
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#10
I think you may have to investigate the hypothesis(which is normally a single sentence) and write a 1000 word report on it. A hypothesis can't be that long, I'm sure!
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(Original post by Sophie Louise)
I think you may have to investigate the hypothesis(which is normally a single sentence) and write a 1000 word report on it. A hypothesis can't be that long, I'm sure!
I think you are correct there. But have you done or heard of anybody doing a GCSE math assignment involving 1000 word?
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What Maths exam board are you doing?
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(Original post by Sophie Louise)
What Maths exam board are you doing?
I think the exam board is with AQA
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(Original post by Chlorophile)
Do you have the actual task on paper? I just can't believe that you have to write a 1000 word hypothesis. There's just not that much you can write about this task.
Hi there, it's actually a math project I have to do for my assignment.The Report should be no longer than 1000 words intotal.
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