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VIM - Variables

Vehicles in Motion - VARIABLES

Independent (manipulated) The variables whose value is changed on purpose to observe its effects on another variable.
Independent (manipulated) EXAMPLE: Example: We changed the propeller of our car.
Dependent (responding) The variables whose values may change when the value of the independent variable is changed.
Dependent (responding) EXAMPLE: Example: When we changed the propeller of our car the distance of the car went farther and also the speed.
Controlled: The variable whose values are kept the same in each experiment.
Controlled EXAMPLE: Example: We didn’t change the size and/or shape of the chassis of the car.
Created by: Alex Jackson