Formulation of relevant hypotheses and models, Operation Research

Tentative explanations when formulated as propositions are called hypotheses. It is very important to state the hypothesis and its anticipated consequences before starting its verification. The formulation of a good hypothesis depends upon the sound knowledge of subject matter. A hypothesis must provide an answer to the problem in question. It must be capable of verification. Otherwise it may be refuted by empirical evidence.

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