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hello everyone,

I had done a physics ia experiment and the thing is my aim and the result didn't match quite much. My hypothesis was proven kind of wrong, there were no obvious relationship and now I don't know whether I failed my ia or not. I know how to explain that graph but still there is no relationship. Anyone knows whether I'm still on the right track or should I simply change the whole ia and do it again. 

thank you for any advice

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As long as your hypothesis was reasonably justified as you explain the background, you should be ok. If the relationship you were investigating is arbitrary or weakly justified then you should be concerned. 

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