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Hypothesis Needed

Postby DeadArby5 » Mon Feb 13, 2012 7:44 am

Can I get any Ideas for a hypothesis for a Voice Controlled Robot that I'm going to do for a science fair :)
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Re: Hypothesis Needed

Postby LewisWhaley » Mon Feb 13, 2012 12:42 pm

Hi DeadArby5.

You should be able to use the Science Buddies Project Guide,
http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-f ... ndex.shtml
to construct your Hypothesis.

Please review all of the following at the Science Buddies Project Guide for help in constructing your Hypothesis:
Constructing a Hypothesis

» Variables
» Variables for Beginners
» Hypothesis


Please let us know if this helps you. :D
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Re: Hypothesis Needed

Postby hhemken » Wed Feb 15, 2012 12:03 pm

DeadArby5,

I would also suggest that you be careful and thoughtful about how you will state your hypothesis. I assume you have a specific robotic platform in mind already, that its basic functionality works well, and that there is something in it that you can tweak to test your hypothesis. Beware of embarking on some kind of hardware- or software-development death march that could imperil your project's timeline. Be cold, be calculating, be astute, but still give yourself an interesting, achievable challenge.

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