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Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: Observation, law, hypothesis, and theory is to be define in our own words.

Concept Introduction:

To acquire a scientific knowledge, the first step is to make observations.

Similar number of observations results in the development of a scientific law that compiles all the observations and predicts the future observations.

A well-established hypothesis results in the formation of scientific theory that gives a wider and deeper explanation for the observations made and laws.

Giving a tentative explanation or interpretation of the observations made to formulate a hypothesis. The validity of hypothesis are further tested by experiments to get similar number of observations.

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