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Exercise:
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What
js
the
Independent
Variable
in
your
case
study?
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The
dependent
variable
is
what
c
:
hanges
or
varies
wj
data/fmdings/results
for
the
expe
.
th
the
independent
variable,
This
provides
the
riment,
Exercise:
What
is
the
dependent
variable?
Both
the
independent
and
dependent
variables
are
Measured
in
metric
measurements
or
scientific
notation,
(For
instance,
if
they
involve
temperature,
it
is
expressed
in
°C.)
Results/Findings/Data
&
wh
The
results
of
the
experiment,
called
data,
are
shown
visually
in
either
a
teble
or
a
graph.
This
visua
;
comparison
must
have
a
clear
descriptive
title
which
allows
anyone
to
quickly
see
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i
f
your
lab
exercises
will
use
a
line
graph.
Graphs
have
ed
way
of
showing
results
and
many
o
:
ine
gr
:
ks
pr:ffer)r(
or
hgrizontal
axis,
and
the
Y,
or
vertical
axis.
The
independent
variable
is
placed
on
the
X
axis
two
axes,
the
X,
)
and
the
dependent
variable
on
the
Y
axis.
Exercise:
For
the
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below,
make
a
title
for
your
case
study
and
label
the
a
h
variables.
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with
variables
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