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Sara sets up an experiment with a control group and an experimental group to study how reading to preschool children may improve their first-grade reading achievement scores. In her study, the independent variable will be

a. first- grade reading achievement scores.
b. reading to children.
c. being in the experimental group.
d. having been read to as a preschooler.

I picked "D"

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