Scientists regularly come up with new ideas about ourselves and the universe around us. These educated guesses are called hypotheses. If the hypothesis is tested over and over and is not disproven, it mwill eventually reach a point where it is called a "theory". And if scientific research subsequently finds that the theory explains the causes of countless phenomena, accurately predicts future events, and gains even more respect, it may finally be referred to as a "law".
Question 3 options:
True. A hypothesis is a suggested explanation of an observation. If the observation reflects a general phenomenon, the hypothesis becomes a theory. Finally, the law is a principle that can explain any theory, hypothesis or observation.