# Do mathematicicans care about implications where the hypothesis is always false?

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## Why is implication true when hypothesis is false?

The implication is the statement “if p then q”. It’s true if “every time” p is true, q is also true. Since p is “never” true, it satisfies the statement, so the implication is true.

## Why implication is false?

An implication is the compound statement of the form “if p, then q.” It is denoted p⇒q, which is read as “p implies q.” It is false only when p is true and q is false, and is true in all other situations.

## What if hypothesis is false?

Hypotheses followed by a conclusion is called an If-then statement or a conditional statement. This is read – if p then q. A conditional statement is false if hypothesis is true and the conclusion is false. The example above would be false if it said “if you get good grades then you will not get into a good college”.

## Is a statement that is being proposed to be true once a proof of a conjecture is found it becomes a theorem it may turn out to be false?

Less important theorems are sometimes called propositions. A conjecture is a statement that is being proposed to be true. Once a proof of a conjecture is found, it becomes a theorem. It may turn out to be false.

## Is a hypothesis always true of false or are there other possible outcomes?

In science, a hypothesis is an educated guess that can be tested with observations and falsified if it really is false. You cannot prove conclusively that most hypotheses are true because it’s generally impossible to examine all possible cases for exceptions that would disprove them.

## Is hypothesis always true?

A hypothesis can be rejected or modified, but it can never be proved correct 100% of the time.

## What must be true of a hypothesis?

A hypothesis is an idea or proposition that can be tested by observations or experiments, about the natural world. In order to be considered scientific, hypotheses are subject to scientific evaluation and must be falsifiable, which means that they are worded in such a way that they can be proven to be incorrect.

## Can a hypothesis be contradicted?

Another way of stating this would be: the hypothesis is contradictory if assertions in the hypothesis appear to directly refute, or show portions of the text to be false/wrong, if the hypothesis were taken as reliable.

## Why is it important for scientists to keep testing a hypothesis even after they found it to be true?

Experiments are rarely accurate, so it’s important to keep testing a hypothesis. Scientists can learn experimental procedures through repeated testing of a hypothesis. Repeated tests help determine whether the hypothesis is always true in different circumstances.

## Under what circumstances will a scientific theory be changed or discarded?

Accepted theories may be modified or overturned as new evidence and perspective emerges. Scientists are likely to accept a new or modified theory if it explains everything the old theory did and more.

## Do scientific theories change once they have been written down?

Scientific theories do not change once they have been written down.

## What is a scientific statement?

A scientific statement is an official ADA point of view or belief that may or may not contain clinical or research recommendations. Scientific statements contain scholarly synopsis of a topic related to diabetes. Work group reports fall into this category.

## What are hypotheses?

A hypothesis is an assumption, an idea that is proposed for the sake of argument so that it can be tested to see if it might be true. In the scientific method, the hypothesis is constructed before any applicable research has been done, apart from a basic background review.

## What is falsifiable in research?

Falsifiability is the capacity for some proposition, statement, theory or hypothesis to be proven wrong. That capacity is an essential component of the scientific method and hypothesis testing. In a scientific context, falsifiability is sometimes considered synonymous with testability.