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What do you call the variables in an experiment that remain the same in all test groups? A. Experimental Variables B. Responding Variables C. Controlled Variables D. Consistent Variable

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C. usually, as controlled variables are used to compare and contrast the experimental variables. D. usually isn't used in laboratory settings, but would mean "To remain the same"
environmental science
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i think its experimental but im not sure, hold on lemme research
It's definitely C
i was wrong, it is controlled variables. according to wiki
C because that is the one you are controlling to stay the same.

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