What is a difference between a law and a hypothesis? A law describes how two variables affect each other, but a hypothesis only discusses one variable. A law must be testable so that it can be proven, but a hypothesis is an untestable explanation. A hypothesis includes an explanation for why two variables affect each other, but a law only describes how they affect each other. A hypothesis may or may not be testable, but a law is an untestable explanation of why two variables affect each other and cannot be proven.

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Hypothesis includes an explanation for why two variables affect each other,  but a law only describes how they affect each other.  I think i could be wrong


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