what is a hypothesis for a rock candy experiment?

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Answered: Null hypothesis

Null hypotheses are used to test data. By inserting zero in various places in matrices, for example, then we can test whethwer we make a valid argument.

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Chocolate! Chocolate! Anything chocolate! My favorite is Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.

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It is a GREAT candy, but it is spelled See's Candy. My Aunt who lived in California used to send it every CHristmas. Now, I can even find it in CT around the holidays.

Answered: Which side of a candy cane do you eat first?

I don't eat these. They're terrible for your teeth and made of all sugar.

Answered: Candy apple gumballs

Maybe a candy store?
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