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Asked Jul 16, 2019
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Which variable is most likely to be an independent variable?

  1. reading test score
  2. stress level
  3. running speed
  4. weight loss
  5. forms of therapy
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An independent variable is one whose variation does not depend on any other variable and it is under the control of experimenter and administered.

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Reading test score depends on the reading capability and performance in th...

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