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The part of an investigation that remains the same is the
1. uncontrolled variable.
2. independent variable.
3. dependent variable.
4. control variable.
What is the one variable that is purposely changed to test a hypothesis called?
1. constant variable
2. independent variable
3. responding variable
4. operational variable
The                 variable is the measurable variable.
1. dependent
2. independent
3. controlled
4. uncontrolled
A responding variable is a variable that
1. responds to changes in the experiment.
2. will not change.
3. does not respond to changes.
4. is manipulated.
In an experiment, the factor that is measured (the result) is the
1. conclusion.
2. controlled variable.
3. independent variable.
4. dependent variable.
In an experiment, the factor that we measure is called the
1. controlled variable.
2. manipulated variable.
3. conclusion.
4. responding variable.
The part of the experiment that is changed is the
1. dependent variable.
2. procedure.
3. altered variable.
4. independent variable.
The variable purposely changed to test a hypothesis is a(n)
1. constant.
2. manipulated variable.
3. responding variable.
4. operational variable.
The only difference between the control group and the experimental group should be the
1. control variable.
2. dependent variable.
3. hypothesis.
4. independent variable.
In an experiment, the one variable that is purposely changed to test a hypothesis is a
1. controlled variable.
2. data point.
3. manipulated variable.
4. responding variable.
All the things in an experiment that must be the same to make it fair are called
1. controlled experiments.
2. controlled variables.
3. dependent variables.
4. independent variables.
The input of a function.
1. Independent Variable
2. Dependent Variable
3. Function