Type:Interactive, Lesson Plan
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This mini-lesson explains how to identify the hypothesis and conclusions in an argument. A hypothesis is something that is taken to be true for the purpose of an argument or an investigation. It is typically a part of a conditional statement and follows the word “if”. The conclusion, on the other hand, is the conditional statement's part that follows the word “then”. E.g., in the statement "If it is raining outside, then you will need an umbrella", "it is raining" is the hypothesis and "you will need an umbrella" is the conclusion.
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