BIOMOLECULES AND ENZYMES

BIOLOGY

STRUCTURE OF PROTEINS

 Question [CLICK ON ANY CHOICE TO KNOW THE RIGHT ANSWER]
Which column does the independent variable go in?
 A The first column B The 2nd column C The last column D It doesnâ€™t matter
Explanation:

Detailed explanation-1: -In most data tables, the independent variable (the variable that you are testing or changing on purpose) will be in the column to the left and the dependent variable(s) will be across the top of the table.

Detailed explanation-2: -The standard form of a mathematical table puts the independent value in the first column and the dependent value in the second column. In math, the independent value is the variable being manipulated.

Detailed explanation-3: -A common way of setting up a table is to put the independent variable on the top of the table (this is the column variable) and the dependent variable on the side of the table (this is the row variable).

Detailed explanation-4: -The independent variable usually goes in the columns, while the dependent variable goes in the rows.

Detailed explanation-5: -In a table, the first column is often the independent variable.

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