What is a constant variable?


What is a constant variable?

Science Experiments:

Science experiments are done to answer a question or test a theory about something. Many times, scientists look at a cause and effect relationship between people, situations, environments, or objects. The three variables used in experiments are the independent, dependent, and constant variable.

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A constant variable is also called the control variable and is the variable that researchers keep the same between groups being tested. There can be...

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