Score: An experiment can have more than one independent variable. True False Question #2MultipleChoice Score: An experiment is designed to determine the launch angle that will give a projectile the greatest range (make it go the longest distance). The "launcher" is a slingshot type apparatus that is spring-loaded and released by a trigger. For each trial, the same painted rock is retrieved and launched. Measurements are taken linearly from the launch site to the landing site. The trials were done on a windless day. Which of the following is the dependent variable? the angle of the
launcherthe amount of windhow the distance was measuredhow far the rock went Question #3MultipleChoice Score: An experiment is designed to determine the launch angle that will give a projectile the greatest range (make it go the longest distance). The "launcher" is a slingshot type of apparatus that is spring-loaded and released by a trigger. For each trial, the same painted rock is retrieved and launched. Measurements are taken linearly from the launch site to the landing site. The trials were done on a windless day. Which of the following would be a good hypothesis for this experiment? If the angle of the launcher is increased, the rock will go further.Changing the angle of the launcher will vary the distance that the rock can be projected. Question #4MultipleChoice Score: Study the following picture. Which of the following statements is not a fact? The bins contain four different types of balls.Balls are used in various competitive sports.All balls are made from leather.According to the data (the picture in this case), the main color of a basketball is orange and the main color of a soccer ball is white. Question #5MultipleChoice Score: Make the following conversion. 0.2045 kg = _____ dg 2045020450.00000204500.000020450 Question #6MultipleChoice Score: Make the following conversion. 24.7 mL = _____ cm3 24724702.4724.7 Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Read the following graduated cylinder in milliliters. 606262.864.0 Question #8MultipleChoice Score: Determine the mass of the object below to the correct degree of precision. 15.37 g15.370 g153.7 g153.73 g Question #9MultipleChoice Score: An object has a length of 5.0 cm, a height of 3.0 cm and a width of 15.0 cm. It has a mass of 24 grams. What is its density? 2259.40.112.25
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User: Score: An experiment can have more than one independent variable. True False Question #2MultipleChoice Score: An experiment is designed to determine the launch angle that will give a projectile the greatest range (make it go the longest distance). The "launcher" is a slingshot type apparatus that is spring-loaded and released by a trigger. For each trial, the same painted rock is retrieved and launched. Measurements are taken linearly from the launch site to the landing site. The trials were done on a windless day. Which of the following is the dependent variable? the angle of the launcherthe amount of windhow the distance was measuredhow far the rock went Question #3MultipleChoice Score: An experiment is designed to determine the launch angle that will give a projectile the greatest range (make it go the longest distance). The "launcher" is a slingshot type of apparatus that is spring-loaded and released by a trigger. For each trial, the same painted rock is retrieved and launched. Measurements are taken linearly from the launch site to the landing site. The trials were done on a windless day. Which of the following would be a good hypothesis for this experiment? If the angle of the launcher is increased, the rock will go further.Changing the angle of the launcher will vary the distance that the rock can be projected. Question #4MultipleChoice Score: Study the following picture. Which of the following statements is not a fact? The bins contain four different types of balls.Balls are used in various competitive sports.All balls are made from leather.According to the data (the picture in this case), the main color of a basketball is orange and the main color of a soccer ball is white. Question #5MultipleChoice Score: Make the following conversion. 0.2045 kg = _____ dg 2045020450.00000204500.000020450 Question #6MultipleChoice Score: Make the following conversion. 24.7 mL = _____ cm3 24724702.4724.7 Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Read the following graduated cylinder in milliliters. 606262.864.0 Question #8MultipleChoice Score: Determine the mass of the object below to the correct degree of precision. 15.37 g15.370 g153.7 g153.73 g Question #9MultipleChoice Score: An object has a length of 5.0 cm, a height of 3.0 cm and a width of 15.0 cm. It has a mass of 24 grams. What is its density? 2259.40.112.25

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User: An experiment can have more than one independent variable. True False

Weegy: The answer is True.
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User: Score: An experiment is designed to determine the launch angle that will give a projectile the greatest range (make it go the longest distance). The "launcher" is a slingshot type apparatus that is spring-loaded and released by a trigger. For each trial, the same painted rock is retrieved and launched. Measurements are taken linearly from the launch site to the landing site. The trials were done on a windless day. Which of the following is the dependent variable? the angle of the launcher the amount of wind how the distance was measured how far the rock went

Weegy: Well, i need the title of this study first, before I can answer that. So for that, I would define what are the dependent variables are the measurements like the angle, and the time (if you are making use of it)
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User: 1. When a digital camera does not measure the tone correctly, a color ____ occurs, and, as a result, one color dominates the picture. A: cloud B: output C: cast D: offset

Weegy: When a digital camera does not measure the tone correctly, a color cast occurs, and, as a result, one color dominates the picture.

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