Nick1232
  • Nick1232
Please respond to this ; taking my time to type this Yeast will break down sugar to produce carbon dioxide gas. In an experiment, the respiration rate was compared in 2 different temperatures - one hot and one cold. What is the dependent variable in this experiment? a) the amount of yeast b) the number of carbon dioxide bubbles produced c) the temperature of the water d) the amount of sugar in the test tube
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Nick1232
  • Nick1232
Anyone ? :/ no one ? Alright :(
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think it is d but i dont know
Nick1232
  • Nick1232
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Nick1232
  • Nick1232
help ?
aaronq
  • aaronq
respiration rate was compared = dependent variable b) the number of carbon dioxide bubbles produced
Nick1232
  • Nick1232
explanation ?
Nick1232
  • Nick1232
I really want to learn this
aaronq
  • aaronq
do you know the definitions of dependent and independent variables?
Nick1232
  • Nick1232
Yes sir
Nick1232
  • Nick1232
brother just explained it to me , thank you so much. You mind helping me on my other questions?
aaronq
  • aaronq
sure, open a new thread for each one though, because otherwise it gets confusing.
Nick1232
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