Q: What is an indepentdant vairable?

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I'm pretty sure you mean balancing an equation to solve for a particular vairable

the Independent variable is the variable that is not effected in any way by the dependent variable, where as the dependent variable is. for example, amount of water that has flown through a tap in a set number of seconds. the number of seconds is not effected in any way by the amount of water, as water flow has no effect on the passing of time. however, if water is coming out of the tap at 1liter per second, then the amount of time that has passed has a significant impact on the amount of water (after one second, 1 liter will be present, after 2 seconds 2liters etc.).

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what is variable

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The dependent variable is the factor being measured

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vairable Variable

The independant is the thing you are changing and the dependant is the measure

* factors which are not considered in the experimental design * shouldn't have any effect on the experiment

It means some aspect of the fraction in a variable. No big deal!

What, in a programming language? Sure. Anything that has a clearly defined value can be added.

No, an independent variable does not change during an experiment. It is deliberately manipulated or controlled by the researcher to observe its effect on the dependent variable.

I'm pretty sure you mean balancing an equation to solve for a particular vairable

i think its density indepentdant because some examples are, natural disasrers, fire flood. but in the other hand it says that density depentant is like food, water, disease, and habitat ... im just gonna go with DENSITY DEPENDANT!! If you can no longer exist because of pollution, your options are limited.