Formulation of hypothesis

Jack Vance 's science fiction novel The Languages of Pao centers on an experiment in modeling a civilization by tweaking its language. The future planet of Pao, inhabited by peasant cultivators who bow passively to absolute monarchy and are prey to foreign invaders, creates three castes - of warriors, merchants, and technicians - each with a specifically-tailored language designed to instill the appropriate skills and mindsets. As a result the planet overcomes its foreign military invaders and economic exploiters, but becomes dangerously divided into mutually-hostile castes - and this is overcome by developing yet another language, a "pastiche" which combines elements from the languages of the three castes as well as the planet's original language, this Pastiche becoming the language of the reunified, versatile society.

Here is an illustration of an Action Hypothesis stated in different forms. Carefully observe the wordings, the format, relationship between the factors in each form of the hypothesis. Predictive form Declarative orDirectional Form QuestionForm Null Form If the III grade students receive a “drill work” in the chapter “Addition of whole numbers their progress will be better in Arithmetic. 1. Replace the word “Drill Work” as ‘Supervised study’ in all the forms. 2. Add after, addition of two digit (carrying) A “Drill work” program in the chapter addition of whole numbers for III grade students will cause/influence better progress in Arithmetic, Or Addition (whole number) drill work in and progress in Arithmetic are (positively) related to each is a (positive) relationship between ‘Drill work’ in Addition (whole Nos.) and progress in Arithmetic. To what extent a “Drill work” program in the chapter Addition (Whole numbers) for III grade students will improve their progress in a drill work program in ‘Addition (Whole Nos.) for III graders improve their progress in Arithmetic? If so, to what extent? A “Drill work” program in the chapter. ‘Addition for III grade students and their progress in Arithmetic are not related to each is no significant relationship between the ‘drill work’ program in the chapter addition and progress (whole No.) in Arithmetic among III grade students.

Formulation of hypothesis

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