# Is a thermometer a Dependant variable?

### Table of Contents

- Is a thermometer a Dependant variable?
- Is temperature of water independent variable?
- Is initial temperature a dependent variable?
- Is pressure a dependent or independent variable?
- Is water a dependent variable?
- How do you identify dependent and independent variables?
- Is height a dependent or independent variable?
- Is the temperature a dependent variable or an independent variable?
- Which is the mass of solvent which is temperature independent?
- How many independent and dependent variables are there in an experiment?
- Which is an example of an independent variable?

### Is a thermometer a Dependant variable?

It looks to me like your independent variable is the temperature as measured by a thermometer, the dependent variable is **the estimated temperature based on cricket chirps**.

### Is temperature of water independent variable?

The temperatures of the water are **the independent variable**. The experimenter can accurately determine the temperature of water and control the temperature.

### Is initial temperature a dependent variable?

initial temperature is the independent variable. You measure the resulting length of the elastic band, so: **Length is the dependent variable**.

### Is pressure a dependent or independent variable?

If you manipulated the volume and measured the pressure as a result, the volume would be the independent variable and the pressure would be **the dependent variable** because the pressure was dependent on the volume.

### Is water a dependent variable?

The dependent variable is usually what scientists measure in an experiment. ... In this case, the **amount of water is the independent variable** because that is what you're changing in the experiment: one seed gets a lot of water and the other seed only gets a little water.

### How do you identify dependent and independent 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.

### Is height a dependent or independent variable?

the average height of adults might give you a graph as shown below. **The independent variable is average height**. The dependent variable is weight. ... For example, height might be an independent variable in the context stated above but a dependent variable in a study on the effect of nutrition on growth rates.

### Is the temperature a dependent variable or an independent variable?

Are you, as the experimenter, manipulating temperature, or is this variable whose change is influencing other in your study. In that case it’s an independent variable. If temperature is being influenced in some way by other variables, perhaps by some that you are changing, then it’s a dependent variable.

### Which is the mass of solvent which is temperature independent?

is the mass of solvent which is independent of temperature. Here, it is dependent on volume which is temperature dependent. Mole fraction is dependent on the amount of substance which is temperature independent. Therefore, Molality and mole fraction are temperature independent.

### How many independent and dependent variables are there in an experiment?

Most experiments usually only have one independent variable and one dependent variable, but they will all have multiple constant variables.

### Which is an example of an independent variable?

Temperature is definitely an independent variable there, because we expect that the higher the temperature, the more people will consume ice-creams to cool off. Whether a variable is independent or dependent is based on what you are trying to measure in the first place. It can be both. Two examples below.