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# geography - 1 How do these 2 graphs differ How are the...

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1. How do these 2 graphs differ? How are the graphs the same? at is each source ] attempting to say about the data by depicting it in the manner they chose? How these graphs are similar is they both show the temperature and they both give a time from 1900 to 2010. How they they are different is the national review shows data in increments of 10 years while bump shows data in increments of 25 years. Also one graph’s fahrenheit increases by one each time while the other increases by five each time. Nation review is showing minimum change while Bump is showing details of the fahrenheit increasing. 2. What year is indicated, if any, for this data? Search online and find a graph showing population distribution amongst the 50 states. How does the population distribution compare with the graph above? What are we really seeing a representation of? Suggest what might be a better way to more accurately represent the data depicted here.

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• Spring '18
• Steven Kemble
• Euclidean geometry, Nicolas Cage

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