Table of Contents

- 1 Where are the dependent and independent variables located?
- 2 What is the Dependant variable on a graph?
- 3 How do you find the independent and dependent variables in math?
- 4 How do you find the independent variable on a graph?
- 5 Where does the independent variable go on a graph?
- 6 How do you identify dependent and dependent variables?

## Where are the dependent and independent variables located?

You can also think of the independent variable as the cause and the dependent variable as the effect. When graphing these variables, the independent variable should go on the x-axis (the horizontal axis), and the dependent variable goes on the y-axis (vertical axis).

### What is the Dependant variable on a graph?

Graphing Rules 1. The independent variable is plotted on the abscissa (also called the x-axis or horizontal axis), while the dependent variable is plotted on the ordinate (also called the y-axis or vertical axis). The dependent variable is the one whose value changes as a result of changes in the independent variable.

**Where can you find the dependent or responding variable on a graph?**

When making a graph, independent variable (the variable you change) always goes on the x-axis and the responding variable (the variable that responds to the change) always goes on the y-axis.

**How do you find the independent and dependent variables in statistics?**

The variables in a study of a cause-and-effect relationship are called the independent and dependent variables.

- The independent variable is the cause. Its value is independent of other variables in your study.
- The dependent variable is the effect. Its value depends on changes in the independent variable.

## How do you find the independent and dependent variables in math?

If, say, y = x+3, then the value y can have depends on what the value of x is. Another way to put it is the dependent variable is the output value and the independent variable is the input value. So for y=x+3, when you input x=2, the output is y = 5.

### How do you find the independent variable on a graph?

Scientists like to say that the “independent” variable goes on the x-axis (the bottom, horizontal one) and the “dependent” variable goes on the y-axis (the left side, vertical one).

**Where does the independent variable go on a bar graph?**

In a horizontal bar graph, the independent variable is plotted along a vertical axis from the bottom up. Values of the function are shown as shaded or colored horizontal bars of equal thickness extending toward the right, with their left ends vertically aligned.

**Where does the response variable go on a graph?**

When we plot information on a graph the manipulated variable is always plotted on the X – axis and the responding variable is always plotted on the Y – axis. Independent variable is another name for manipulated variable.

## Where does the independent variable go on a graph?

The Axes. The independent variable belongs on the x-axis (horizontal line) of the graph and the dependent variable belongs on the y-axis (vertical line).

### How do you identify dependent and dependent variables?

Independent and dependent variables

- The independent variable is the cause. Its value is independent of other variables in your study.
- The dependent variable is the effect. Its value depends on changes in the independent variable.