haI pa th@ sihs
definition 1: a proposed explanation that accounts for observed phenomena or known facts and that can be used to guide further investigation.
example: He put forward the hypothesis that dreams function to solve conflicts within the mind.
example: Do the results of your research support your hypothesis?
example: The evidence from their experiment forced them to reject their hypothesis.
definition 2: a proposition assumed to be true for the purposes of a particular argument; premise.
example: Let’s start out with the hypothesis that these kinds of tests are fair.
definition 1: to set up or create; establish.
example: Gallaudet University was founded in 1864.
example: Peter the Great of Russia founded the city of St. Petersburg at the cost of many lives.
definition 2: to establish the grounds for; base.
example: He founded his theory on established principles.
definition: of decisive importance; critical.
example: Having a first-aid kit can be crucial in an emergency.
example: This information was crucial in making the decision.
example: Clean water is crucial to all life.
ne glih j@ b@l
definition: so small or unimportant as to be of no account; trifling or insignificant.
example: There’s no reason to buy the more expensive brand because the difference between it and the cheaper one is negligible.
rae mih f@ keI sh@n
definition 1: the act or process of dividing into branches, or an arrangement of branching parts.
definition 2: (often plural) a consequence or related aspect of something; offshoot.
example: The interest rate increase will have widespread ramifications.
example: The choices and decisions he made before entering politics had ramifications that he never could have predicted.