Controlled-experiment



noun
1.
an experiment or trial that uses controls, usually separating the subjects into one or more control groups and experimental groups.
noun

a trial or experiment that includes a control (comparison) group; also called controlled study ; any trial or test of a hypothesis under carefully managed conditions

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