each of the following situations, invent at least three hypothesis aimed at
explaining what went wrong or at solving the problem. Then, for each
hypothesis, describe one or more experiments or inquiries that would confirm or
disconfirm the hypothesis.
1. After driving for miles on a dusty road, you park your car near the bank of a river and take a hike through the woods. Soon you become lost. In one direction you see a small stream, and in the other, a trail.
2. On a
windy day you pick up the phone to call a friend, but you find that the line is
dead. You live in a house and share phone expenses with a housemate.