The independent variable is the water source (lake) and the dependent variable being the amount of complete, reduced, or absent pelvic structures found in the fish. Also, the experiment contained a constant: the number of fish collected per lake (20). Secondly, the experiment contained lots of data and is
Identify the independent Variable Size of the tablet Identify the dependent Variable Reaction time List the controlled variables The solution (water), temperature, volume of water (200 mls) The amount of Alka- Seltzer How will the dependent variables be measured A stop watch will be started as the pieces of Alka-Seltzer are dropped into 200ml of room temperture water Describe the expected results if the hypothesis is true The 3 smaller pieces of Alka Seltzer will dissolve quicker than the ½ tablet .
1. Describe the study design (is it correlational, experimental, survey research, etc.). The study is Level 3, experimental. The participants are within subject design experiences because since the subjects were divided into two groups by gender.
a biology class wants to perform an experiment to investigate the effect of different colors of light of green, yellow, red and clear cellophane and plant three seeds in each one. What part do the three seeds experiment? A,Confounding variables B.Independent variables C.Control variables D.Dependent variables 40. Iodine directly helps which of the following glands to function properly?
The Constant Variable would be environment and temperature. The Materials needed for the experiment are pencil, paper bag, and stopwatch. There are two components of the procedures section, as there was a pre-lab activity, and the actual experiment. For the pre-lab activity, there was one group member who would breathe into the bag for three minutes, while another group member times thirty-second intervals. The other two group members would observe the
Stanley Milgram wants to know how people would go in obeying an instruction. For his experiment he stand a procedure it is different from others. His experiment taken at human beings. 40 males aged between 20 and 50 were selected for the experiment, These 40 males were professionals who is unskilled. There is a teacher and learner in his experiment.
Develop a hypothesis on the ability of your filtration technique to remove contaminants. Hypothesis = For this dirty water can be treated it will then be clean and drinkable water 2. Based on the results of your experiment, would you reject or accept the hypothesis that you produced in question 1? Explain how you determined this.
Question 1 (Difference Between Means): Is there a significant difference between drug type in mean relative-change* of Cholesterol from screening to follow up? It will be important to investigate the effect of drug since the company whose data is being analyzed conducted the study to understand the effect of two comparable cholesterol lowering drugs. Other important aspect was to examine other factors like weight and BMI to understand their influence on cholesterol level.
VARIABLES: There are independent variables, dependent variables, and controls. the one that is being tested and the one that is the inconsistent variable in the Independent variable like the volume and surface area of the agar cubes. The variable that is kept consistent is the dependent variable such as the percentage of diffusion of pigment in the agar cubes. The constant variable is the features of the experiment that is kept the same throughout the entire experiment such as, the amount of time the agar cubes are left in the beaker and the amount of acid in the beaker.
This section explains a detailed description of all the procedures followed in the experiment. In this section we explain the exact procedure step by step usually in chronological order that we followed throughout in our study. It also include the instructions given to the participants, group formation, specific experimental manipulation, how the test or, questionnaire was
In quantitative research, variables are identified and defined, and then relevant data is collected from study participants. A strength of this type of research is that the data is in numeric form, making it easier to interpret. It also studies the relationship between independent and dependent variables and can address questions such as does a relationship between variables exist, what is the direction of the relationship, how strong is the relationship between the variables, and what is the nature of the relationship. To be able to discover and answer the cause-and-effect relationship is a strength of quantitative research. Lastly, in quantitative research, the study can either be experimental or nonexperimental, meaning clinical trial or observational study, allowing for different types of research studies to be conducted. And the steps to a quantitative study is resonantly linear and broadly similar across studies (Polit & Beck, 2017).
Therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) is the clinical practice of measuring specific drugs at timed intervals in order to maintain a relatively constant concentration in a patient's bloodstream, thereby optimizing individual dosage regimens. It is not necessary to use therapeutic drug monitoring for all the of medications, and it is used mainly for monitoring drugs with some narrow therapeutic ranges, drugs with marked variability in pharmacokinetic, medications with target concentrations which are difficult to monitor, and drugs that are known to cause therapeutic and adverse effects. The process of therapeutic drug monitoring is based on the assumption that there is a specific relationship between dose and plasma or blood drug concentration, and between concentration and therapeutic effects. Therapeutic drug