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Biology, 22.06.2019 21:00 kaileelmiller71

What is the difference between hypothesis, theories, laws, and observations?

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Answer from: LanBon02

A hypothesis is a limited explanation of a phenomenon; a scientific theory is an in-depth explanation of the observed phenomenon. A law is a statement about an observed phenomenon or a unifying concept, according to Kennesaw State University. ... However, Newton's law doesn't explain what gravity is, or how it works.

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Answer from: bob5266
Hypothesis is what you think will happen , a theory is a system of ideas to explain something. scientific law means a statement that is based on repeated experimental observations.
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Answer from: hannahsparks7073
Hypothesis is what you think will happen before the experiment, it isn't necessarily backed up by any sources or evidence. A scientific law is the observation of a phenomenon and a theory is the explanation both can be used together to back each other up.

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