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 Descriptive/ Univariate Hypothesis – Concept, Characteristics, Example, Application | Business Research Methodology

Descriptive Univariate Hypothesis

 Descriptive/ Univariate Hypothesis

A hypothesis is a statement that provides a proposed explanation or prediction for a specific phenomenon or relationship in scientific research.

In design and analysis, they guide researchers by helping them develop studies, collect data, and analyze results. Hypotheses are derived from existing knowledge, theories, and observations.

Descriptive hypotheses, sometimes called univariate hypotheses, describe a single variable or how variables are interconnected.

When the primary objective is to describe, understand, and understand characteristics, patterns, or differences related to a specific variable, it is often used in descriptive or exploratory studies.

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