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'Variables' are any factors that can be controlled, changed or measured. There are two types: the independent variable and the dependent variable. The independent variable… is the condition that you change and the dependent variable is what you are observing. So if you are trying to measure the effect of water on plant growth the water would be the independent variable and the plant growth would be the dependent variable.
Things that are kept from changing during an experiment are invariant.
Do pregnant women infected with the HIV virus always transmit the virus to the baby or fetus during pregnancy or delivery?
The chance depends on many factors such as the progress of the disease, infection with other STDs and many others. They say without treatment the chance is about 25%. If the i…nfected person is on the right anti-virals and with a Caesarean section the chance is 1% or less. Breast feeding can also pass on the virus.
Significant pain to the mother
Vaginal warts can reduce the elasticity of the vagina and cause obstruction during delivery.
yes because the fetus has the the capabilities to survive. He/ she had viability to live.
Why is it unethical to conduct an experiment with humans that would determine if alcohol consumption during pregnancy causes damage to the fetus?
The experiment you describe is unethical for two reasons. In the first place, the fetus in question is a human being who will have a greatly reduced quality of life as a resul…t of the fetal alcohol syndrome that you caused by means of your experiment, which is a violation of human rights. In the second place, the experiment is entirely unnecessary, since there are lots of irresponsible women who have consumed excessive amounts of alcohol while pregnant and have given birth to babies who suffer from fetal alcohol syndrome, so we already know what the medical consequences are, of alcohol consumption during pregnancy.