No, Independent and Dependent variables
Every time the independent variables change, the dependent variables change.Dependent variables cannot change if the independent variables didn't change.
Independent variables are always consistent, whereas dependent variables are dependent upon what the independent variable is.
Independent variables are variables that can be changed in an experiment, while dependent variables are variables that change as a result of an experiment. In other words, independent variables are what you change, and dependent variables are the results of the experiment.
Independent and dependent are types of variables. These variables are used mostly in science and math. When using independent variables you can control them dependent variables you cannot.
Independent variables, such as time, are not affected by other variables. Dependent variables change in value when the independent variable changes.
It is easier to control independent variables
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.
the independent variable: independent of changes in the values of other variables
you test 5 independent variables at a time
the independent variable controls the dependent variables