What is a difference between a law and a hypothesis?


A hypothesis is a proposed explanation that, in theory, explains something. Meaning, a hypothesis isn't confirmed as a fact, it's just an idea that needs to be tested and supported by evidence. A law is an explanation for something that has already been tested and has evidence supporting it, meaning it's a fact.

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