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What do we call the variable that is manipulated by an experimenter when conducting in experiment.
1. Independent VARIABLE
2. Dependent variable
3. Beased variable
4. Extraneous variable

My answer: Independent variable

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  1. Science 6 Unit 5: Introduction to Planet Earth

    Identify the independent variable in this experiment.
    2. Identify the dependent variable in this experiment.
    3. Identify two constants in this experiment. © 2013 Connections Education LLC. All rights reserved.
    4.How did the numbers of squares inside the outline change as the degree oftilt increased?
    5.How did the brightness or intensity of the light change as the degree of tiltincreased?
    6.Explain how this demonstration models the way in which the intensity ofsunlight shining on Earth changes over the course of the year. Be detailed inyour explanation.
    7.Which degree of tilt produced light similar to what North America experiencesin summer? Explain your answer.
    8.What would be the effect on the seasons and the northern and southernhemispheres if Earth were not tilted? Explain your answer.

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