Hypothesis vs Aim
Hypothesis and Aim are two terms that differ in their meanings and purposes. A hypothesis is an explanation of something that is observed as a regular practice but has to be verified and tested on the basis of the observation. A hypothesis can be accepted only if it is verified and proved. On the other hand an aim is the very goal of an exercise or an endeavor. This is the main difference between hypothesis and aim.
It is understood from the definition of hypothesis given above that a hypothesis cannot always be true. It can be false too. On the other hand an aim can never be false. Since it is always true a hypothesis can be proved in accordance with the aim. This is how a hypothesis should be proved or verified keeping the aim of the experiment in view.
The well-known scientists of the past did exactly the same. They had the aim on hand or in other words they had the aim in view at all times. They formulated hypotheses and did their best to verify them in accordance with the aim for which they strived hard to achieve.
It is true that the scientists experienced many ups and downs while trying to evaluate and verify the hypotheses that they formulated. They in fact used all the mathematical models that came their way in order to establish the truth about the hypotheses they formulated. They did all that only to establish the truth and the authenticity which is in fact the aim of the whole process.
Thus it can be said that aim is the very purpose of an undertaking. It is in fact the goal behind the testing of the hypothesis. This shows that every hypothesis should have a goal to reach. There cannot be hypothesis without aim.
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