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Variables 2

QuestionAnswer
conclusion summary of what is learned in an experiment
constant potential variable that remains the same
control standard for comparison (nontreated group)
data results of the experiment
levels of the manipulated/independent variable changing something about the manipulated variable
manipulated/independent variable variable you change on purpose
dependent/responding variable variable affected by the change in the manipulated variable
operational definition method used to measure the responding variable
trials number of times the levels of the independent/manipulated variable is tested
variable something that can be changed in an experiment
conclusion summary of what is learned about the hypothesis in an experiment
analyzing data finding meaningin data by looking for patterns or trends
Created by: mlopez