Q: Which variable goes on the y-axis?

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The dependent variable goes first.

The independent variable goes on ther horizontal (x-axis) ; )

Y is the response variable and it goes on the vertical axis.

Its voltage remains constant unless loaded. The current available goes down as it is used up.

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.

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The independent variable goes on the x-axis and the dependent variable goes on the y-axis.

The independent variable goes on the x axis.

the independent variable goes on the x-axis the dependent goes on the y-axis

the dependent variable goes on the y- axis

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The dependent variable goes first.

The variable that goes on the y axis is the dependent variable. This is the one that you measure, and do not control. The variable that goes on the x axis is the independent variable. This is the one that you control and change throughout the experiment. No other variables feature on the graph.

The vertical y axis on the Cartesian plane is both negative and positive