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Lesson 1 GEOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVES Part 1 - SCIENTIFIC METHOD Part 1-Activity 1 Read the statements below. Identify whether the statement is not a hypothesis (X), an alternative hypothesis (A) or null hypothesis (N). If it is a hypothesis, identify whether the study belongs to physical geography (P), human geography (H), regional geography (R), geographic techniques (G), or is another science and non-geographical (S). The first one is done as an example, 1. More rain falls in front of this building than in back of this building 2. The mean population density in Detroit is the same as in Denver. 3. City and suburban temperatures are the same. 4. It seems like it always rains on Wednesday. 5. What happens during an earthquake? 6. New York has more Spanish speakers than Pennsylvania. 7. When did Beethoven die? 8. Air pressure is more variable in winter than in summer. 9. A larger percentage of the youth rent movies than adults. 10. Why does snow fall? 11. More tornado deaths occur in May than in June. 12. Dot maps are easier to read than choropleth maps. 13. Many Italian immigrants were Catholics. 14. More Hoosiers attend basketball games than football games. 15. Lizard and cacti tolerate the same drought conditions. 16. Europe has a lower fertility rate than North America. 17. Men and women fear the same locations in a city. 18. Grocery store sales will be the same regardless of the side of the street on which they locate. 19. A penny and calcite have the same hardness. 20. Teaching with a chalkboard is less effective than using a data projector 21. Beans are served similarly in the northern and southern states.
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