I have a quick question, does the method for our investigation have to be based around the context or on the hypothesis? This might sound slightly confusing but the hypothesis is a very general statement whereas the context is much more specific (about one single idea).
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- Thread Starter
- 03-07-2014 20:45
- 04-07-2014 01:15
It has to be a method that provides results that can prove your hypothesis either right or wrong. Your hypothesis should be a relationship between two variables (eg. for my physics this year, i think it was how difference in current affected resistance) so your method has to provide several readings as you change the independent variable (which was current for us).
The context is just a silly bit to relate the experiment to the wider world.
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