Table of Contents

- 1 What is dependent responding variable?
- 2 What is the responding variable or dependent variable?
- 3 What is the response variable in this experiment?
- 4 What is the response variable of an experiment?
- 5 What is another term for responding variable?
- 6 Where is the response variable?
- 7 Is responding variable the same as dependent variable?
- 8 What makes a variable independent?

## What is dependent responding variable?

The dependent (or responding) variable is the one that is observed and likely changes in response to the independent variable. For example, a student might change the position of a plane’s wing to see how it affects the average speed of a model plane.

**What is a responding dependent variable example?**

A responding variable is something that “responds” to changes you make in an experiment. The variable you change would be the amount of light. The responding variable would be the height of the plants. In other words, the plants are responding to changes in light that you, the researcher, make.

### What is the responding variable or dependent variable?

Experimental Variables A responding variable is a variable that the researcher predicts will change if the manipulated variable changes. A responding variable is also called a dependent variable.

**What is the definition of a responding variable?**

Responding Variable: The variable that might change because of what the scientist changes – what is being measured.

#### What is the response variable in this experiment?

Response Variable is the result of the experiment where the explanatory variable is manipulated. It is a factor whose variation is explained by the other factors. Response Variable is often referred to as the Dependent Variable or the Outcome Variable.

**What is a response variable in a study?**

Response Variable. Also known as the dependent or outcome variable, its value is predicted or its variation is explained by the explanatory variable; in an experimental study, this is the outcome that is measured following manipulation of the explanatory variable.

## What is the response variable of an experiment?

**What is a dependent variable in an experiment?**

The dependent variable is the variable that is being measured or tested in an experiment. In a psychology experiment, researchers are looking at how changes in the independent variable cause changes in the dependent variable.

### What is another term for responding variable?

A responding variable is also known as a dependent variable.

**What is the response variable in a study?**

#### Where is the response variable?

A scatterplot can help you see trends between paired data. If you have both a response variable and an explanatory variable, the explanatory variable is always plotted on the x-axis (the horizontal axis). The response variable is always plotted on the y-axis (the vertical axis).

**What is the response variable in an observational study?**

A response variable is the observed variable, or variable in question. In Emily’s study, the grades, or academic success, would be the response variable.

## Is responding variable the same as dependent variable?

The response variable is sometimes called the dependent variable as its value is dependent on changes to the independent variable. The concepts of independent and response variables roughly map onto the common sense understanding of cause and effect .

**What is the difference between an independent variable and a dependent variable?**

In science and math, an independent variable is a variable or value that is changed, altered, or entered, while a dependent variable is a variable or value that is being observed. You may manipulate or control independent variable, but the dependent variable cannot be touched and can simply be examined.

### What makes a variable independent?

The independent variable is “independent” because its variation does not depend on the variation of another variable in the experiment/research project. The independent variable is controlled or changed only by the researcher.

**How to measure dependent variable?**

Create a graph with x and y-axes. Draw a vertical line,which is the y-axis.