A ________________ is a statement that describes how to measure a particular variable or define a particular term.
Operational definition. :)
a quantitive measurement
an operational definition
it describes how to measure a particular variable or it defines a particular term! i think its right i dont know i needed help on this question also!
An operational definition.
describes how to measure a variable or define a term. right out of my science book
You are probably going for 'operational definition'.
A dependent variable is a variable dependent on the independent variable. A control variable is something you want to try to keep the same. A dependent variable is something you measure. An independent variable is something you change.
The variable you measure is called the dependant variable.A dependant variable is what you observe or measure to get your results.The dependent variable.
The answer will completely depend on the capacity of that particular jug.
The Independent/Manipulative variable is the variable that you purposely change, and the Dependent/Responsive variable is the variable that changes as a rest of the Independent variable. You measure the dependent variable to see the effects of the Independent variable.
A variable means that something that you can change, measure, or keep the same. Example: Responding variable: The variable you can measure. Controlled variable: The variable you keep the same. Manipulated variable: The variable that you change.
When you do an experiment the variable you control is the independent variable, and the variable you measure is the dependent variable.
Math: Independent variable is what you change. Dependent variable is what you measure.
the independent variable is changed, and the experimental value measure. So you control the independent variable and change it to measure the results
The independent variable is what you are changing in the experiment to get varied results. The dependent variable is the result of what you have changed. So the dependent variable depends on the independent variable. For example, if you are experimenting with the effect of water on height of a plant, the different amounts of water that you give the plant is the independent variable. The height of the plant that you measure as the result of the water is the dependent variable.
The independent variable is that which the investigator changes, which results in the dependant variable which you then measure.
You choose the values of the independent variable. The dependent variable is the one you measure.
definitely not. Dependant variable is a variable that you measure . A controlled variable is something that you keep the same in the experiment.
The independent variable is the variable you change. The dependent is the variable you measure and the contol variable is the variable that you keep the same.