Levels of variables • The levels of a variable are the specific ways that a scientist changes the you-change it variable • For example, in the helicopter experiment: • you-change-it variable: the number of paperclips • levels: were zero paperclips, one paperclip, 2 paperclips, 3 paperclips… • Most often, one level will be the you-change-it variable in its natural state
Exit Ticket Answer the questions below. You do not need to copy the questions. • What is a level of a variable? • For the you-change-it variable color of light, what are three possible levels?