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    please i need help with my project can someone help me!! i need a topic , Hypothesis , problem and also purpose please just give me an idae please!!

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    topic |?täpik|
    noun
    a matter dealt with in a text, discourse, or conversation; a subject: her favorite topic of conversation is her partner.
    • Linguistics that part of a sentence about which something is said, typically the first major constituent.
    ORIGIN late 15th cent. (originally denoting a set or book of general rules or ideas): from Latin topica, from Greek ta topika, literally ‘matters concerning commonplaces’ (the title of a treatise by Aristotle), from topos ‘a place.’


    hypothesis |h??päTH?sis|
    noun ( pl. hypotheses |-?s?z| )
    a supposition or proposed explanation made on the basis of limited evidence as a starting point for further investigation: professional astronomers attacked him for popularizing an unconfirmed hypothesis.
    • Philosophy a proposition made as a basis for reasoning, without any assumption of its truth.
    ORIGIN late 16th cent.: via late Latin from Greek hupothesis ‘foundation,’ from hupo ‘under’ + thesis ‘placing.’


    problem |?präbl?m|
    noun
    1 a matter or situation regarded as unwelcome or harmful and needing to be dealt with and overcome: mental health problems | [ as modifier ] : city planners consider it a problem district.
    • a thing that is difficult to achieve or accomplish: motivation of staff can also be a problem.
    2 Physics & Mathematics an inquiry starting from given conditions to investigate or demonstrate a fact, result, or law.
    • Geometry a proposition in which something has to be constructed. Compare with theorem.
    • (in various games, esp. chess) an arrangement of pieces in which the solver has to achieve a specified result.


    purpose |?p?rp?s|
    noun
    the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists: the purpose of the meeting is to appoint a trustee | the building is no longer needed for its original purpose.
    • a person's sense of resolve or determination: there was a new sense of purpose in her step as she set off.
    • (usu. purposes) a particular requirement or consideration, typically one that is temporary or restricted in scope or extent: pensions are considered as earned income for tax purposes.
    verb [ with obj. ] formal
    have as one's intention or objective: God has allowed suffering, even purposed it.


    Understand that your first task is to define what it is that you are trying to do. Each word in this expresses the factual answer to the whole problem. So read it again and use this to step you through the whole problem.

    Cassie,  I could help you with this writing or research project, but I'd have to know a few things.......


    1. what class is it for ?


    2. what subjects has your teacher been covering ?


    3.is this supposed to be a research project, or just an exercise in writing ?



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