# What is another name for the dependent?

### Table of Contents

- What is another name for the dependent?
- What is the other term of dependent variables in math?
- What is the dependent variable sometimes called?
- What is the same as dependent variable?
- What is the opposite of a dependent?
- What is a better word for has?
- Which is the best example of a dependent variable?
- What is the difference between independent and dependent variables?
- How do you define dependent and independent variables?
- Which is an example of a dependent variable?
- What's the other name for an independent variable?
- How is a dependent variable recorded in an experiment?
- What's the difference between a predictor and an independent variable?

### What is another name for the dependent?

What is another word for dependent?

conditional | based |
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dependent on | provisional |

relativist | constrained by |

tied to | bound up with |

subordinate | trusting |

### What is the other term of dependent variables in math?

statistics) a variable in a logical or mathematical expression whose value depends on the independent variable. Synonyms. **variable quantity variable**.

### What is the dependent variable sometimes called?

The dependent variable is what is being measured in an experiment or evaluated in a mathematical equation. The dependent variable is sometimes called "**the outcome variable**." In a simple mathematical equation, for example: a = b/c. the dependent variable, a , is determined by the values of b and c .

### What is the same as dependent variable?

A dependent variable is a variable whose variations depend on another variable—usually **the independent variable**. An Independent variable is a variable whose variations do not depend on another variable but the researcher experimenting.

### What is the opposite of a dependent?

Antonyms: **unconditioned**, unconditional, unaddicted. Synonyms: dependent. dependent, dependant, qualifiedadjective.

### What is a better word for has?

What is another word for has?

owns | possesses |
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boasts | has in keeping |

holds | maintains |

carries | controls |

enjoys | has possession of |

### Which is the best example of a dependent variable?

The dependent variable is the variable that is being measured or tested in an experiment. 1 For example, in a study looking at how tutoring impacts test scores, the dependent variable would be **the participants' test scores**, since that is what is being measured.

### What is the difference between independent and dependent variables?

You can think of independent and dependent variables in terms of cause and effect: an independent variable is the variable you think is the cause, while a **dependent variable is** the effect. In an experiment, you manipulate the independent variable and measure the outcome in the dependent variable.

### How do you define dependent and independent variables?

The independent variable is the variable the experimenter manipulates or changes, and is assumed to have a direct effect on the dependent variable. ... The dependent variable is **the variable being tested and measured in an experiment**, and is 'dependent' on the independent variable.

### Which is an example of a dependent variable?

A dependent variable is the variable being tested in a scientific experiment. ... As the experimenter changes the independent variable, the change in the dependent variable is observed and recorded.

### What's the other name for an independent variable?

The other name for independent variables is Predictor(s). The independent variables are called as such because independent variables predict or forecast the values of the dependent variable in the model.

### How is a dependent variable recorded in an experiment?

The dependent variable is 'dependent' on the independent variable. As the experimenter changes the independent variable, the change in the dependent variable is observed and recorded. When you take data in an experiment, the dependent variable is the one being measured.

### What's the difference between a predictor and an independent variable?

The other name for independent variables is Predictor(s). The independent variables are called as such because independent variables predict or forecast the values of the dependent variable in the model. The other variable(s) are also considered the dependent variable(s).