Craig gave you some really good tips! I just want to add something about how you can "reword an if/when/then hypothesis to eliminate the conditional prepositions and adverbs." Instead of using the conventional "If __, then __" form, you could say, "It was hypothesized that [this is where you put what you thought would happen during your experiment] under the conditions that [this part is equivalent to the "if" clause]." You might also squeeze your reasoning into that sentence if it's not already too long, but the main goal is to make clear for your audience (teacher, classmates, judges, etc.) the ideas and underlying logic for the project.
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