3. Select the controlled variable(s) for this experiment:
Choose one or more options. Select the boxes to check or uncheck your answer(s). Select NEXT when you have identified the correct answer(s).
special interest groups
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test tube size
Incorrect. One or more of your answers is a factor that will change during the experiment. Try Again.
Part 1 of 2
Industrialization was not limited to the East during the Gilded Age. Many factors that helped transform the East into an industrial giant were also at work in the West during the late nineteenth century. See how many similarities you can identify in this activity.Instructions
Select all factors that played a role in transforming America in both the East and West during the Gilded Age.Select the next button for part 2.
competition in world markets
Correct. Any factors that may influence the dependent variable must be kept constant for each experiment. If these factors vary, any change in the dependent variable may be due to these factors instead of the independent variable. Are there any more?
exploitation of natural resources
disgruntled workers formed unions
innovative management techniques
distribution of public land to private ownership
Part 2 of 2
changes in transportation
Good Job. The high number of similarities indicates a close connection between the East and West during the Gilded Age. To continue your review, see if you can create a chart that gives an example of each factor in the East and West.