Experiment Quizzes & Trivia

They say that curiosity killed the cat. Are you one of those curious types? Do you like to perform experiments? Experiments range from the most informal ones to the extremely scientific ones. We want you to do some trial and error on our Experiment quizzes. So, are you ready to take the challenge? As with any experiment, you need a bit of critical thinking and analysis to answer our questions.

My hypothesis is that you will do quite well. Don't worry; you don't need to use any scientific method to answer our questions. As Ralph Waldo Emerson said, "All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better." So what are you waiting for? Feel free to experiment on our quizzes now!

There are two types of experiments when it comes to any experiment. The variable varies depending on which is being tested in the experiment and which one is controlled in the experiment. Test out how well you understood the...

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    Lauren wants to know which location in her apartment is best for growing African violets.  She has three African violets.  She puts one on the balcony, one by the kitchen window, and one on the mantel in the living room.  Each plant has the same size pot and the same soil, and Lauren gives each plant the same amount of water. The 2 variables: 1. location of plants 2. how the plants grow Which one is the independent variable (IV)?



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    An dependent variable changes on purpose.

Rutherford’s Gold Foil Experiment is what proved the existence of a small massive centre to atoms, which would later come to be known as the nucleus of the atom. What do you know about the experiment? Let’s have a...

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    Step 1. Open the Plum Pudding atom.  The blue dots represent which of the following?

Shall we try this?

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 40   |  Last updated: Apr 26, 2019
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    Proof that I give too much homework

Below is a trivia quiz on independent variables, dependent variables, and constants. When it comes to experiments and studies, there are a lot of variables that are to be considered, and the quiz below is perfect for helping see...

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    Cactuses (cacti)  were studies to determine if the amount of humidity affects the growth of the plants. Which of these was the independent variable in the study?

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Experiment Questions & Answers


Does heating a cup of water allow it to dissolve more sugar? Also, what is the dependent variable (DV)? The 2 variables are Water temperature and Amount of dissolved sugar
The temperature will not effect the amount of sugar that dissolves it is the other way around, the dependent variable isThe Temperature.
Does the independent variable (IV) change the dependent variable (DV)?
Yes, the independent variable changes the dependent variable.
Which one is the independent variable (IV)? Lauren wants to know which location in her apartment is best for growing African violets. She has three African violets. She puts one on the...
1. location of plantsLauren can control where she places the plants, therefore the location of the plants is the IV. The location affects how the plants grow (DV).
Which one is the independent variable (IV) for the following case?
1. location of plantsLauren can control where she places the plants, therefore the location of the plants is the IV. The location affects how the plants grow (DV).
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