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Chapter 1, Problem 16TYK

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Campbell Biology: Concepts & Conne...

9th Edition
Martha R. Taylor + 4 others
ISBN: 9780134296012

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BuyFindarrow_forward

Campbell Biology: Concepts & Conne...

9th Edition
Martha R. Taylor + 4 others
ISBN: 9780134296012

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Summary Introduction

To state: The hypothesis and prediction that the given experiment tested.

Given data:

The graph shows the average time taken by mice to learn to run through a maze. The experiment was performed on mice in two situations- with food reward and no reward.

Concept introduction:

In a controlled experiment, only one variable is manipulated to test its effect. Independent variable is adjusted to check its effect on dependent variable. These are the experimental variables. Other variables are constant, that is, controlled.

Explanation

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