An experiment was performed how the amount of coffee grounds could affect the taste of coffee. The same kind of coffee, the same percolator, the same amount a type of water, the same perking time, and the same electrical source were used. Identifying variables

Independent, Dependent, and 3 contolled variables

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  1. Independent= amount of coffee grounds

    Dependent= taste of coffee

    Controlled Variables= kind of coffee, percolator, amount of water, perking time, and electrical source

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