An independent variable is something you CAN change, like the power on a Bunsen burner etc etc. An egg is neither an dependant variable or dependant variable. SO the answer to your question is no.
The variable that changes due to a change in another variable is known as 'dependant variable".
The independent variable is that which the investigator changes, which results in the dependant variable which you then measure.
definitely not. Dependant variable is a variable that you measure . A controlled variable is something that you keep the same in the experiment.
A dependent variable is you expect will be affected by some other variable.
Math: Independent variable is what you change. Dependent variable is what you measure.
The dependant variable is what is tested in an experiment.
I believe the dependant variable is dependant on the control variable
The independent variable sometimes changes the dependant variable, because it is dependant on the other variable. Sometimes the independent variable doesn't change the dependant variable, in which case there is no causation between the two variables.
A dependant variable.
it will rely on the independent variable
The variable you measure is called the dependant variable.A dependant variable is what you observe or measure to get your results.The dependent variable.
A dependant variable in an experiment is the portion of the experiment, or "y" variable that is subjected to change as a result of the various forms of the independent variable, or "x" variable.
A dependant variable is one that is dependant on something else, e.g if I change the temperature (the independant variable) the rate of reaction increases(the dependant variable). A paper cup is not a variable as it doesn't change in value - it is equipment
the 'y' variable