Explaination vs. Explanation

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Which is correct: Explaination or Explanation

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  • Explanation

    An explanation is a set of statements usually constructed to describe a set of facts which clarifies the causes, context, and consequences of those facts. This description of the facts et cetera may establish rules or laws, and may clarify the existing rules or laws in relation to any objects, or phenomena examined. The components of an explanation can be implicit, and interwoven with one another.

    An explanation is often underpinned by an understanding or norm that can be represented by different media such as music, text, and graphics. Thus, an explanation is subjected to interpretation, and discussion.

    In scientific research, explanation is one of several purposes for empirical research. Explanation is a way to uncover new knowledge, and to report relationships among different aspects of studied phenomena. Explanation attempts to answer the “why” and “how” questions. Explanations have varied explanatory power. The formal hypothesis is the theoretical tool used to verify explanation in empirical research.

  • Explaination (noun)

    obsolete form of explanation

  • Explaination (noun)

    misspelling of explanation

  • Explanation (noun)

    The act or process of explaining.

    “The explanation was long and drawn-out.”

  • Explanation (noun)

    Something that explains, makes understandable.

    “An explanation for the UFO sightings was easily found.”

  • Explanation (noun)

    A resolution of disputed points pursuant to discussion; a mutual clarification of disputed points; reconciliation.


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