anonymous
  • anonymous
In a traditional relation in which you have both x and y variables, the ___ variable is usually the dependent variable.
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pokemon23
  • pokemon23
isn't this science?
anonymous
  • anonymous
No my brother posted that. it's math
anonymous
  • anonymous
Think about a graph of y versus x. Which is usually the one that you have values for and which is the one that you find using those values?

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