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Prompt

Use the provided

Module Four Activity Template Word Document

to
complete this assignment. You will use the research question you
revised in the previous module to write a hypothesis. Refer to the
module overview and resources for helpful information about how to write
effective hypotheses.

Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:

Write your hypothesis phrased as an

if/then statement.

Make sure the relationship between variables that you are predicting is clear.

Explain how your hypothesis

directly relates

to your finalized research question.

Explain how your hypothesis is

testable

.

Make sure research methods could be used to determine the accuracy of the prediction (i.e., could it be accepted or rejected?).

Explain how your hypothesis is

falsifiable

.

It must be possible to prove the hypothesis wrong.

Guidelines for Submission

Submit your completed Module Four Activity Template. While not
required, any sources should be cited using APA style. Consult the

Shapiro Library APA Style Guide

for more information on citations.

[How does Global Warming affect the earth, linked to human activities, and a strategy to reduce it?

SCI 100 Module Four Activity Template: Turning Questions into Hypotheses
Instructions
Write a hypothesis that is directly related to the research question you finalized in the previous module.
Use instructor feedback on that activity and the knowledge you have gained from the course resources
to assist you. Replace the bracketed text with your responses.
Example
The following example may provide some guidance on writing your own hypothesis.
Finalized research question:
• What is the relationship between abnormal gut bacteria and inflammation?
Hypothesis:
• If the gut bacteria Faecalibacterium, Roseburia, and Coprobacillus are elevated, then a
chronic fatigue syndrome diagnosis is more likely.
Write your hypothesis phrased as an if/then statement.
• [Insert hypothesis.]
Explain how your hypothesis is directly related to your finalized research question (in 1–3 sentences).
• [Insert text.]
Explain how your hypothesis is testable (in 1–3 sentences).
• [Insert text.]
Explain how your hypothesis is falsifiable (in 1–3 sentences).
• [Insert text.]

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