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The variable that varies independently of any other. The variable that you will be setting in order to measure what happens to some other variable quantity.

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The responding variable is another name for the dependent variable.

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For example, if you wanted to test whether practice improves an athlete's performance (lets say number of touchdowns):
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hi.

for a full definition, try wikipedia.
an independent variable can be freely changed.
a dependent variable will BE changed as the independent variable is changed
basically there are 2 main examples. mathematical, and experimental.

with experiments,(science, chemistry etc.) one example would be changing the amount of fertilizer fed to a plant to see how it affects growth. there are 2 variables here. amount of fertilizer used and growth of the plant.
the amount of the fertilizer can be freely changed. (independent variable)
the amount of growth DEPENDS on the amount of fertilizer (dependent variable)


with maths, you can use something like 2x+5=y.
x can freely changed. it is the independent variable. y will change depending on the value of x.

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An experiment is being done to determine how light affects the growth small zinnia plants. one plant is placed in full sunlight, the second in a shaded area, and the third in an unlit closet. what is the...


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I see tests like evry now and again on here, and This one is one of the easier questions to answer.
In this problem, you are looking for the variable.
In that all 3 plants are the same size at the beginning, and that all 3 get watered the exact same amount at the same time, then the only variable is light.
You must determine is a direct, shaded on non-existent light source produces better growth of the zinnias.
The light source is the independent variable.

I hope this answer helps you out on your test!

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