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Exercise 1 - Understanding meaning
Variables come from the word vary which means change.

Variable can have different meanings. When used as an adjective, variable describes something that changes a lot.

For example:

The depth of this lake is variable - in some places it is only 2 meters deep. In other places, the lake is up to 40 meters deep.
Which words below are closest to this meaning of variables?
Click on the 3 correct answers.

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