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In an experiment, overweight minds are put to an exercise wheel every day for an hour period the scientist is exploring weather running the in the morning, afternoon, or night leads to the greatest weight loss. The caloric intake of the mice remains the same. What is the dependent variable in this experiment?
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User: In an experiment, overweight minds are put to an exercise wheel every day for an hour period the scientist is exploring weather running the in the morning, afternoon, or night leads to the greatest weight loss. The caloric intake of the mice remains the same. What is the dependent variable in this experiment?

Weegy: In an experiment, overweight mice are put on an exercise wheel every day for an hour. The scientist is exploring whether running in the morning, afternoon, or night leads to the greatest weight loss. The calorie intake of the mice remains the same. [ The dependent variable in this experiment is: The weight loss of the mice. ]
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Zebra mussels are an invasive species that can completely disrupt an ecosystem -is why an ecologist would be worried by discovering one in a lake in Pennsylvania for the first time.
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Zebra mussels are an invasive species that can completely disrupt an ecosystem -is why an ecologist would be worried by discovering one in a lake in Pennsylvania for the first time.
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Zebra mussels are an invasive species that can completely disrupt an ecosystem -is why an ecologist would be worried by discovering one in a lake in Pennsylvania for the first time.

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