What variables can affect the taste of a soft drink?

Carbonation level, amount of syrup or flavoring and container are the variables that affect the taste of a soft drink.

Variables are factors or conditions that affect the results of a situation or concept and are often tested in an experiment.

A manipulated variable is a change that can be controlled by the experimenter when doing an experiment or scientific investigation.

A responding variable is a condition that has changed as a result of a change in the manipulated variable.

Here’s a printable scientific method worksheet you can use to practice identifying variables in a scientific experiment.

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