Answer: the variable that might be affected as a result of the manipulated variable
(see depentent variable)
responding variable
The responding variable or dependent variable is a very important part of a scientific investigation. It is the part of the experiment that is observed for some kind of change or effect.
A responding variable is the component of an experiment that responds to change. For example if salt is added to water to see how the pH level changes the water is the responding variable because it is the component of the experiment that changes and reacts to the salt. Every experiment has three components: manipulated variables responding variables and constant variables.
The response variable is the pressure the thing that changes in tandem with the change to the independent variable. Temperature is the control variable; the temperature is kept constant so we can be certain that the change in pressure is not due to a change in temperature.
In statistics a response variable also known as a dependent variable is a concept idea or quantity that someone wants to measure. It depends on an independent variable .
A response variable is a result measured within an assay that can be influenced b...