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Climate Statistics by A. Student
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Research: Average Elevation vs. Average Annual Rainfall City Avg. Elevation Avg. Annual Rainfall Allenton, AZ 4100 7.11 Carrow, MI 900 32.23 Carson, NJ 250 41.93 Bayview, FL 100 49.91 Madison, TX 1700 34.7 Grassfield, IA 1100 34.71 Springfield, SD 2200 17.47 Benton, WV 1500 40.74 Valley View, KS 2000 28.61 Trenton, OK 1300 30.89 Kutter, NM 5700 8.91 Borden, OH 850 37.77
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Research: Units of Measure Units: Average Elevation: feet Average Annual Rainfall: inches Website Link: http:// Website Link: http:// Website Link: http://
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Writing: Scatter Plot Average Annual Rainfall (in.) vs. Average Elevation (ft)
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Writing: Scatter Plot Discussion Discussion of scatter plot: The data points appear to follow a line with a negative slope, which means that the scatter plot shows a negative linear association between the variables. A negative linear association tells me that as the variable along the x -axis increases, the variable along the y -axis decreases. Therefore, as average elevation increases, average precipitation tends to decrease.
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