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Q: In an experiment, if doubling the manipulated variable results in a doubling of the responding variable, the relationship between the variables is
A: In an experiment, if doubling the manipulated variable results in a doubling of the responding variable, the relationship between the variables is? The answer to this question is 'inverse proportions'.
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User: In an experiment, if doubling the manipulated variable results in a doubling of the responding variable, the relationship between the variables is

Weegy: In an experiment, if doubling the manipulated variable results in a doubling of the responding variable, the relationship between the variables is? The answer to this question is 'inverse proportions'.
LatimD0ll|Points 20|

User: A cake rises as it bakes because a chemical change causes to be produced.

Weegy: A cake rises as it bakes because a chemical change causes carbon dioxide to be produced.
eturker|Points 2564|

User: The theory of matter states that all particles of matter are in constant motion

User: At sea level, water at 100°C

User: John Dalton concluded that all the atoms of a single have the same mass.

User: From left to right across a period in the periodic table, elements become less and more in their properties.

Weegy: less solid and more liquid or gas
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User: You are given the melting points of three unknown substances and are asked to predict which one is an ionic compound. You would select the compound with the melting point

User: Cooking requires continuous addition of energy to the chemical reactions that are taking place. The chemical reactions involved in cooking can be described as .

Weegy: Cooking requires continuous addition of energy to the chemical reactions that are taking place. The chemical reactions involved in cooking can be described as the rearrangement of atoms to form new substances.
aiambot17|Points 92|

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