Table of Contents

- 1 Is dependent variable also known as input variable?
- 2 Is also known as input variable?
- 3 How do you create a dependent variable?
- 4 What are the examples of variable input?
- 5 What is the difference between an independent variable and a dependent variable?
- 6 How are dependent and independent variables used in data mining?

## Is dependent variable also known as input variable?

Independent variables are also called “regressors,“ “controlled variable,” “manipulated variable,” “explanatory variable,” “exposure variable,” and/or “input variable.” Similarly, dependent variables are also called “response variable,” “regressand,” “measured variable,” “observed variable,” “responding variable,” “ …

**What is the dependent variable also called?**

A dependent variable is a variable whose value will change depending on the value of another variable, called the independent variable. Dependent variables are also known as outcome variables, left-hand-side variables, or response variables.

**Is the dependent variable the input or output?**

For a function, the input is called the independent variable , and the output is called the dependent variable . This is because the output depends on the input.

### Is also known as input variable?

A symbol that stands for an arbitrary input is called an independent variable, while a symbol that stands for an arbitrary output is called a dependent variable. The most common symbol for the input is x, and the most common symbol for the output is y; the function itself is commonly written y = f(x).

**Which variable is the input?**

The independent variable (x) represents the input values for a given function. In an experiment, the independent variables are controlled during the experiment. The dependent variable (y) represents the outputs of the function.

**What are the 3 types of variables?**

A variable is any factor, trait, or condition that can exist in differing amounts or types. An experiment usually has three kinds of variables: independent, dependent, and controlled.

#### How do you create a dependent variable?

The dependent variable is the one that depends on the value of some other number. 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.

**Is dependent on the input?**

The independent variable is one that you set or manipulate. The dependent variable changes in relation to it. The input is independent, and the output is dependent.

**WHAT IS function and variable?**

Definition: A function is a mathematical relationship in which the values of a single dependent variable are determined by the values of one or more independent variables. Function means the dependent variable is determined by the independent variable(s). The independent variable is often designated by x.

## What are the examples of variable input?

An input whose quantity can be changed in the time period under consideration. The most common example of a variable input is labor. Variable inputs provide the means used by a firm to control short-run production. The alternative to variable input is fixed input.

**What is not a variable input?**

Answer: Power is not variable input.

**What are the 5 variables?**

Types of variables

- Independent variables. An independent variable is a singular characteristic that the other variables in your experiment cannot change.
- Dependent variables.
- Intervening variables.
- Moderating variables.
- Control variables.
- Extraneous variables.
- Quantitative variables.
- Qualitative variables.

### What is the difference between an independent variable and a dependent variable?

It is the dependent variable whose variation [disambiguation needed] is being studied. The independent variables are controlled inputs, and the variation in the value of the dependent variable is due to the different inputs. The independent variables are also known as regressors in a statistical context.

**Is it possible to have multiple dependent variables?**

It is possible to have multiple independent variables or multiple dependent variables. For instance, in multivariable calculus, one often encounters functions of the form z = f(x,y), where z is a dependent variable and x and y are independent variables. Functions with multiple outputs are often referred to as vector-valued functions .

**Which is the dependent variable in a stochastic model?**

In mathematical modeling, the dependent variable is studied to see if and how much it varies as the independent variables vary. In the simple stochastic linear model yi = a + bxi + ei the term yi is the i th value of the dependent variable and xi is the i th value of the independent variable.

#### How are dependent and independent variables used in data mining?

In data mining tools (for multivariate statistics and machine learning), the dependent variable is assigned a role as target variable (or in some tools as label attribute), while an independent variable may be assigned a role as regular variable.