hi im new and i need help revising so does anyone know anything about *independant variables* or *controled varisbles*

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Posted Mon 4th February, 2013 @ 19:40 by Luc

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Independant variable is the variable you change ( e.g the concentration of a solution)

dependant variable is the variable you measure ( e.g the volume of co2 produced)

Controlled variable is the variable you keep the same throughout the experiment (e.g same volume of water)

Answered Mon 4th February, 2013 @ 19:54 by The Girl andThe Big WideWorld
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Independent is what you change

Dependant is what you measure

Control is what you keep the same

And I'll know this rhyme forever

Answered Mon 18th February, 2013 @ 12:52 by Hannah
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Answered Mon 25th February, 2013 @ 18:32 by Hannah-may
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Dependant Variable is what changes will hapen itself for example what changes will happen in a reaction.

Independent Variable is what you will change. So if you were for example to add more hydrochloric acid in a soulution, you will be changing the concentration of it (different amounts of it), to see what will happen.

Controlled Variable is what you will have to keep the same inorder for it be a fair teat.

Answered Tue 5th February, 2013 @ 16:26 by halimah