EXSC_Lab - 1a.) Research Hypothesis: The decrease in...

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1a.) Research Hypothesis: The decrease in percentage weight made up of fat is correlated with the number of hours per week spent exercising. Null Hypothesis: There is no correlation between the percentage weight made up of fat and the number of hours per week spent exercising. Best Guess: I believe the resulting correlation will be closest to + 1.0. Explanation: According to the lecture, fat is a fuel that can be burned for obtaining energy. Though fat is not the only fuel readily available, if an exercise routine is ensued, then there is more likelihood that an individual will burn some of their body fat than an inactive person. b.) Research hypothesis: The increase in number of free throws made is correlated with the number of hours per week spent practicing free throws. Null Hypothesis: There is no correlation between the number of free throws made and the number of hours per week spent practicing free throws. Best Guess: I believe that the resulting correlation will prove closer to +1.0
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