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 A method of representing the relationship between variables is called a SCIENTIFIC MODEL Models that we can look at, touch and take measurements from are called PHYSICAL MODELS Models that describe how something works is called a CONCEPTUAL MODEL A picture showing how two variables are related that helps predict an outcome is called a GRAPHICAL or MATHEMATICAL MODEL The variable that is the "cause" is called the INDEPENDENT VARIABLE The variable that is shown as the results is called the DEPENDENT VARIABLE The variable on the y-axis is the DEPENDENT VARIABLE The variable changed by the researcher is the INDEPENDENT VARIABLE The variable changing as a result of changes in the experimental variable is the DEPENDENT VARIABLE The variable that is the experimental variable is the INDEPENDENT VARIABLE The variable that is the "effect" is called the DEPENDENT VARIABLE How to determine the number interval to use when making a graph is: HIGHEST VALUE FOR THE AXIS DIVIDED BY THE NUMBER OF LINES If all the data falls in a close range the data is called PRECISE If all the data is near the expected value the data is called ACCURATE