b. independent variable
The “treatment” in an experiment is also the independent variable, which is the variable that is controlled or manipulated to bring about a change or effect on the dependent variable.It is the variable the in which, when the value is manipulated or changed, it influences the value of the dependent variable. For example, income as an independent variable, when manipulated in an experiment can influence a dependent variable such as household consumption. Changes to the independent variable result in changes in the dependent variable.
henry is an economist and wants to understand the relationship between inflation and consumer spending habits. for his research, he needs the consumer price index for 2014 and the inflation rate. based on the prices of goods given, what will he find to be the cpi and inflation rate for 2014? assume that a consumer’s basket for three consecutive years consists of the following:
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answer - 15% of a inflatation rate is 15% less in cpi