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    Hypotheses On the Origin of Birds

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    Hypotheses On the Origin of Birds Since the advent of the theory of evolution the origin of birds has been a thriving topic in science. Many ideas and hypotheses have been presented, but only two stand today: that birds are descendents of ancient thecodont stem reptiles, and that birds are the direct descendents of a group of dinosaurs known as the coelurosaurs. Both hypotheses pose many interesting and insightful ideas based on information obtained from the fossil record. There is not enough

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    Hypotheses on the Extinction of Dinosaurs In the early nineteen hundreds, dinosaur fossils were discovered and recognized around the globe. Greedy scientists and civilians, searching for their own prize skeleton, rushed to rip bones out of the ground, destroying the fossils as they went. It was not until later in the century that scientists and paleontologists began pondering how such widespread creatures disappeared. Currently, paleontologists debate the two main hypotheses of how the classic

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    Hypotheses of the Effects of Wolf Predation Abstract: This paper discusses four hypotheses to explain the effects of wolf predation on prey populations of large ungulates. The four proposed hypotheses examined are the predation limiting hypothesis, the predation regulating hypothesis, the predator pit hypothesis, and the stable limit cycle hypothesis. There is much research literature that discusses how these hypotheses can be used to interpret various data sets obtained from field studies

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    Krashen’s Hypotheses of Second Language Acquisition For decades, foreign language teachers wandered in a scientific abyss. Until 1983, there had been little real research dealing with the ways in which someone acquires a second language. Teachers mostly used the audiolingual classroom model that had been in place for the past twenty years (or, even worse, the literally ancient grammatical translation model that had been used by civilizations millennia old). Clearly, language teaching methodology

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    whole numbers. My first hypotheses I will be testing is: ‘Pupils with a higher IQ level tend to have higher Key Stage 2 results.’ The second hypotheses I will be testing: ‘Male students have a higher IQ on average than females’ I think my first hypotheses is true because if a pupil has a higher level of intelligence it stands to reason that they will be able to achieve a better grade in their Key Stage two tests. I think my second hypotheses is true because……………………

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    In this investigation I have set out to explore two hypotheses regarding secondary data supplied to me concerning pupils at Mayfield High School in years 7 to 11. The secondary data supplied included data on a range of issues including each pupil's weight, their IQ and the average number of hours each pupil watched TV per week. My hypotheses below explore specifically these elements from the secondary data supplied to me. Hypotheses 1 - Correlation between time spent watching TV and weight

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    Framing the Innateness Hypothesis

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    acquisition is a phenomenon associated with the maturation of a language faculty or "organ," while the other side argues that language acquisition is instead a process of generalization from experience. Underlying these two positions are specific hypotheses regarding the resources the child brings to the task of acquiring language. The rationalist postulates the existence of innate ideas and/or principles, while the empiricist does not. Chomsky's position, as he consistently has acknowledged for decades

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    kind of "weak" hypothesis that is hard to negate and the ways for making it easy. In these cases the subject can "rationally" decide to withdraw his or her hypotheses even in contexts where it is "impossible" to find "explicit" contradictions and anomalies. Here, the use of negation as failure (an interesting technique for negating hypotheses and accessing new ones suggested by artificial intelligence and cognitive scientists) is illuminating I. Abduction and Scientific Discovery Philosophers

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    Correlation Between Lessons and Number of Mistakes Made Introduction This experiment has the aim of proving the hypotheses (that I shall develop) by handling data and managing it effectively to instigate realistic results. The hypotheses will be based upon test results from a driving school. Hypotheses: I hypothesize that the number of mistakes made by people will decrese if the number of hours that they spent on lessons increased. This is because more lessons will instigate an increase

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    Analyse des articles

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    Partie A : Analyse des articles. Introduction : L’étude portera sur la Révolution Tunisienne (révolution du jasmin) qui a éclaté le 17 Décembre 2010 suite a plusieurs semaines de manifestations. Cette Révolution est considérée comme « non-violente » par rapport aux autres révolutions connues dans le monde entier. Le moyen Orient a connu une vague de révolution, cela a étais un mouvement a la chaine, la Tunisie a étais l’un des pays les plus toucher avec la destitution du gouvernement de Ben Ali

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