NUTRITION
LIPIDS
Question
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Diameter of the ball


Force acting on the ball


Height that the ball bounces


Height from which the ball is dropped

Detailed explanation1: Answer. Answer: Using the definition for dependent variable above, the answer is (b). The height that the ball bounces is the variable that is being measured and is dependent upon the height from which the ball is dropped (which would be the independent variable).
Detailed explanation2: Drop the ball and observe how high it bounces. The “height of bounce” is the distance from the table top to the bottom of the ball on the first bounce. (Practice a few times to make an accurate observation. 4.
Detailed explanation3: A dependent variable is the variable that changes as a result of the independent variable manipulation. It’s the outcome you’re interested in measuring, and it “depends” on your independent variable. In statistics, dependent variables are also called: Response variables (they respond to a change in another variable)
Detailed explanation4: The independent variable is the one that is changed by the scientist.