One way to estimate the distance of a thunderstorm is to count the number of seconds that pass from the sight of a flash of lightning until thunder is heard. Identify the independent and dependent variables.

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One way to estimate the distance of a thunderstorm is to count the number of seconds that pass from the sight of a flash of lightning until thunder is heard. Identify the independent and dependent variables.

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ideally, you would write an equation as that will answer your question.....
wouldn't the independent be time? since the distance depends on how much time has gone by

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Sorry, I'm not fully understanding this. @Zepdrix is better at this than I am.
Hey tori :) The two things which are varying are: `distance of thunder` `time` Which one `depends` on the other? Time independent? good good good. the distance depends on how much time has passed, good job! :)
Awesome, thank you! just wanted to make sure.

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