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Sheradon.burkett

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Please help! Medal goes to best answer Imagine you do an experiment to find out how soil moisture affects seedling growth and you plant seeds in soils with 3 different moisture values. What is your independent variable A:number of seeds B:soil moisture C:number of soil types

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    B

  2. Sheradon.burkett
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    thank you... can you explain why B is the correct answer please? :)

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    because you're trying to find out how soil moisture affects seed growth. So that means that you would be changing how much moisture is in each soil sample. That would make the seed growth the dependent variable and everything else would be constant variables.

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