What group is trying to control world oil production and its prices?
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). Made up of Algeria, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Venezuela.
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you have to have what is called a control group. This group consists of the test subjects that are notreceiving the test variable. For example: If i was trying to prove that 30 mins of exercise a day made for happier people, my control group would be the people that are not doing the 30 mins of exercise.
Centrally planned economies can only be successful if they are incredibly small. Imagine A single group in America trying to control all the prices in the countless markets - it would simply not be possible. Therefore, most centrally planned economies eventually turn into some sort of free market economy. When prices are determined by the give and take of supply and demand, they are much easier to maintain.
The one not experimented on. The control group is used to compare results to, to check that the changes you made during the experiment were responsible for the results seen in those groups. In other words, you use the control to confirm if the results shown in the experiment were caused by the independent variable (the variable that you change and are trying to investigate).
The group of Greek city-states were no trying to control Greece - they were defending it from Persian invasion. After the Persian invasion was turned back, the Greek cities within the Persian Empire in Asia Minor formed the Delian League to protect themselves from the Persians re-establishing control of them.
A control refers to the "control group" in a scientific experiment. The control group is compared to the experimental group. For example, pretend you are experimenting to see if a drug works. Group A (The experimental group) is given the real drug, and Group B (The control group) is given a fake drug (placebo) to compare results.
In experimentation we need two kinds of group participation: experimental group and control group. The purpose of having control group is to have comparison between this group and the experimental group.Because control group receives no treatment unlike the other group which is under experimentation and receives treatment.
Usually experimental versus control group are used in testing the affects of new medicines. Within the group being tested some will be in the experimental group and some in the control group, however the people are unaware of which group they are in. The scientists will give the experimental group the new medicine and the control group a placebo, something that has no affect. Then the affect of the new medicine will be revealed comparing…
Medical type investigations require a control group; there are other types as well which may require a control group. The idea is to limit that number of variables. When you are trying out a new drug, you also have a group that has the same medical condition (arthritis, whatever it may be) but you give them a placebo, generally a sugar pill, instead of the drug that you are testing. That way, in case there…
In a controlled experiment, there are two groups. The control group is a group that nothing happens to. The experimental group is the group that you subject to the variable with which you are experimenting. At the end of the experiment, you test the differences between the control group, for whom nothing happened, and the experimental group, which received the variable. The difference (or similarities) between the two groups is how your results are measured…