Answer The "Control"
were you setup your own experiment
control and experimental setup
Without controlled setup in an experiment. How can the researcher know his data is comparable for study?
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Everything except what you're measuring. EXAMPLE: In a biological experiment using specially treated cells the experiment is run with the cells; this is the experiment. Then the experiment is run again with the same cells WITHOUT the special treatment; this is the control.
The experimental setup
To have something to compare the rest of the experiment to
It differs in the one variable being tested
In the conduct of the experiment, two steps are tested.One setup is called the experimental setup.
An experiment setup us describes the preparations done pre-experiment. It involves gathering and preparing everything just before doing the actual experiment.
An experimental setup is one that is done as a test or experiment to see if something works. These are done in business all the time.
A control setup is something where you know how it will behave. It gives you a reference to measure affect of all other variables.
only 1 parameter, or, variable, is manipulated at a time
A control setup is basically, under the most perfect environment for what ever you want to happen. e.g. a plant growth experiment, control test would be water, the plants would be under a UV light, and the plants would be watered regularly.
When conducting experiments in science, it is important to have a baseline for knowing what happens if an independent variable is not present. In science, this is called the control experiment.
Because it will not be notebook compatible. The Standard XP setup CD might not have the supports drivers specific for the notebook.
Columbia University's website provides some detailed instructions coupled with images to facilitate the setup of a Linksys wireless router. Linksys also provides a step by step tutorial on their website for setting the router up.
Yes. This is called the twin fin setup. It typically has two smaller fins mounted near the rail (edge of the board). This setup provides extra speed and easier turning.