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It can, but need not, affect the outcome of the experiment variable.

If changes in one variable do not affect the outcome of another variable, then the second variable is independent. A variable that is not independent is dependent.

Until the letter is selected, it is a variable. Immediately after it is selected, the outcome is no longer a variable but a constant.

A random variate is a particular outcome of a random variable: the random variates which are other outcomes of the same random variable would have different values.

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The test variable (independent variable) controls the outcome variable (dependent variable).

No. The outcome is the event that happens in a trial. Given any variable of interest, the outcome is the value which that variable takes in a trial.

There is in fact a difference. Depending Variable: Varies on the outcome of the Responding Variable. Responding Variable: Varies on the outcome of both itself and the Depending Variable. Math keeps us goin'!

It can, but need not, affect the outcome of the experiment variable.

This is the variable which changes as a result of what you change in the experiment. If you change the height from which you drop a ball, you may observe the height to which it bounces. The height of the bounce is the outcome variable.

A dependent variable is the factor, or outcome, that will be measured in an experiment.

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