The purpose of this exercise is two fold--- First to give you practice in generating hypothesis, and second to demonstrate that the quality of science is improved by open discussions among people interested in an idea.
Observe the video provided by your teacher, write down as many questions as you have over the next few minutes. Post at least one question as directed by your instructor.
As a class come to a consensus over the question(s) you think are the most interesting and well written.
The questions generated by the group can form an ideal base for generating hypothesis (or set of hypotheses). A Hypothesis is a proposed answer to a question; alternative hypotheses are alternative answers. Remember
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