educated guess


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educated guess

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1 Bruce Means's first educated guess about the cause of declining gopher frogs in Munson Sand Hills is called a(n)
The first thing to remember about special markets is that in order to be able to say whether the overall spread is too high, too low or about right you have to be able put a price of your own on each individual component - though, for many of these, the most that will be possible is an educated guess.
It begins with an educated guess, or hypothesis, about what the results of the experiment will be.
It is anybody's guess just how good Darwin is, because he decimated a field of unexposed horses in a moderate time and his rating is nothing more than an educated guess.
Standardized multiple-choice tests often measure the speed at which an individual can make an educated guess, he says.
There's no exact price yet, but about pounds 45,000 is an educated guess.
Section A: A hypothesis is an educated guess of what the results to a research question might be.
For all we know there could be some bloke sitting up in the roof making an educated guess every time.
But don't raise or dash anyone's expectations with the equivalent of an educated guess.
Most made an educated guess to the Ipsos MORI survey for Gardeners' World magazine by naming summer as the most likely harvest time.