Identify the independent and dependent variables.
Larry is conducting an experiment to see how many inches of snowfall occurs in each city in the state.
Independent: inches of snowfall Dependent: cities in the state
Independent: number of cities in the state Dependent: inches of snowfall
Independent: cities in the state Dependent: inches of snowfall
Independent: number of states Dependent: inches of snowfall
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An Independent variable is a variable that can function on its own without any other affecting factors. A Dependent variable is a variable that depends on another factor to function correctly. So "Larry is conducting an experiment to see how many inches of snowfall occurs in each city in the state." you can't count inches of snow without snowfall but snow can fall and you don't have to measure it, but the amount of snow that falls(inches) DEPENDS on whether or not snow actually falls. This makes the snow the independent variable and the amount of snow that falls the independent variable.
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