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Q: What are the 3 kinds of variables?

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there are three kinds of variables.a variable must be a situation,condition or a factor1.change or manipulated variables.-are the variables that are being tested or changed.2.constant variables.-are the variables that you are not intended to test or study,or the variables to be kept constant.3.responding variables.-are the results of the maipulated variables.

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the three kinds of variables are independent,dependent and controlled

the three (3) types of variables are: - controlled - manipulated - responding.

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There are several possibilities. They can be called arguments and there are two kinds, variables and constants. Variables can have different values and constants are always the same.

It depends on the number of variables and their nature: 2 variables, both independent: either axis 2 variables, one independent: x-axis 3 variables, all independent: any axis 3 variables, 2 independent: x or y-axis. 3 variables, 1 independent: x-axis. and so on.

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