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User: When two experiments are identical except for one variable, the experiment is called a(n) _____.

Weegy: Independent variable
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User: Early man explained observed events of nature in terms of superstitions, guesses, or logical evaluations.

User: Early man explained observed events of nature in terms of superstitions, guesses, or logical evaluations. True False



Weegy: that's true
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