What is an example of a dependent variable?

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Dependant variables are the values that are usually altered, and are decided upon by other variables in a function or experiment. Usually the dependant variables are the things you are measuring or changing in an experiment, while the independent variables stay the same throughout the experiment. An example of a dependant variable would be the laundry detergent used if you were testing three different detergents on one shirt, to test which product cleaned the shirt more thoroughly.
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