anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following is the most appropriate unit to describe the rate at which water flows out through a standard household faucet? Minutes per gallon, because the independent quantity is volume of water in gallons and dependent quantity is time in minutes. Gallons per minute, because the independent quantity is volume of water in gallons and dependent quantity is time in minutes. Minutes per gallon, because the independent quantity is time in minutes and dependent quantity is volume of water in gallons. Gallons per minute, because the independent quantity is time in minutes
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  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i couldnt fit the rest of d do heres the question again (Which of the following is the most appropriate unit to describe the rate at which water flows out through a standard household faucet? Minutes per gallon, because the independent quantity is volume of water in gallons and dependent quantity is time in minutes. Gallons per minute, because the independent quantity is volume of water in gallons and dependent quantity is time in minutes. Minutes per gallon, because the independent quantity is time in minutes and dependent quantity is volume of water in gallons. Gallons per minute, because the independent quantity is time in minutes and dependent quantity is volume of water in gallons.
DDCamp
  • DDCamp
Does the water need to flow from the faucet for time to keep going?
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats the question thats all it said

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DDCamp
  • DDCamp
I know that that's the question, think about the real world for a minute: Time won't stop if water stops flowing from the faucet, right? So, you know that any of the answers that say time is dependent or flow of water is independent are wrong.
anonymous
  • anonymous
your right im sorry im just finishing up my work for this week and im focused on the assignment after this your right
Muzzack
  • Muzzack
So is D right
anonymous
  • anonymous
answer is d right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think its b right

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