When do you make hypotheses?
A hypothesis is an assumption or an assumption about a connection. You set up hypotheses at the beginning of your thesis and test them using empirical research. Example hypothesis The more windows an office has, the more productive the employees are.
Can hypotheses be confirmed?
When building theories, hypotheses must be checked to see whether they can be refuted (falsifiable). If hypotheses are refuted empirically, they must be rejected. In principle, a hypothesis cannot be verified, as it cannot be ruled out that it may not turn out to be.
Why are hypotheses falsified?
A particular hypothesis can be verified or falsified by looking at the subject area and determining whether the predicate applies to the subject or not. A general hypothesis cannot be verified because the objects it covers cannot be counted.
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