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serendipity A Fortunate discovery made by accident
scientific experiments Create a cause and effect relationship between things called variables
HMX Question Format How does IV affect DV? IV = independent Varible DV dependent Varible For example: cause and effect
Variables Any factor (other than the independent variable) that could affect the results of an experiment
Independent Variable (IV) Factor being tested. What you purposely change in the experiment to cause a response. The CAUSE Independent = I can change that…
Dependent Variable (DV) The response to the independent variable. What you measure. The EFFECT Dependent = Data
Hidden Variables Variables that we do not plan for that may impact the results.
Control setup Setup without the independent variable. Used for comparing to the experimental setups.
Experimental setup Setup with the independent variable
Constants Factors kept the same when assembling your setups and procedures
Created by: clarebear27