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An equation is a mathematical way of representing the relationship between concepts or items. These concepts or items are represented by what are called variables. Variables can be dependent or independent.
- A variable is a quantity that may vary.
- It is widely used within the context of a mathematical problem or scientific experiment.
- Normally, we use a single letter to represent a variable.
- The letters x, y, and z are common generic symbols used for variables.
- These are not affected by another variable.
- Independent variables represent the “input” values of a function These are commonly denoted as x.
- They are sometimes called the “argument” of the function.
- These are influenced by another variable.
- Dependent variables represent the “output” value of a function, and are commonly denoted as y.
- They are sometimes called the “value” of the function.
Mrs. Potter is a renowned botanist. She found out that an additional gram of fertilizer results to a 1.25 cm growth of her plant experiment. Look at the plant’s record.
|Amount of fertilizer in gram||1||2||3||4|
|Plants growth in cm||1.25||2.50||3.75||5.00|
Independent variable: amount of fertilizer
Dependent variable: plant’s growth
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