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What is the difference between Hypothesis and Aim?

Asked by E. Reyes, Last updated: May 06, 2020

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J. Pollock

J. Pollock, Science Professor, Los Angeles

Answered May 06, 2020

The hypothesis is a tentative judgment given to a phenomenon after an experiment. In other words, it is a tentative explanation about a phenomenon or scientific problem which is subject to further change. Whenever research is conducted, the conclusions about the various findings of the research or experiment are known as hypotheses.

They are just trial solutions that can later be changed once advanced research is conducted over the same subject matter. At times, hypotheses might be wrong, probably due to the fact that the processes that led to them were poorly handled. Hypotheses are most times considered to be true when they can be tested and applied to different cases under the scope of the study.

On the other hand, aim means the goal of a project or an experiment. At times, the hypotheses of research may not reflect the goal or aim of the study. As a result of this, the aim of a study must always be realistic so as to effectively judge the position of the hypothesis.

 

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