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CHAPTER 1 Laboratory Exercises 37 C. What was the total precipitation for the month? Make a conclusion about the relative wetness or dryness of this month in Philadelphia, given that the thirty-year average precipitation for October in Philadelphia is 2.75 inches. Day Max Min Liquid 1 73 54 0 2 72 56 0 3 71 58 0 4 71 54 0 5 83 66 0.49 6 73 56 0.22 7 60 49 T 8 73 52 0 9 79 56 0 10 80 61 0 11 68 60 1.43 12 71 48 0 13 55 41 0 14 60 44 0 15 59 42 0 16 64 42 0 17 62 54 1.35 18 73 62 0 19 69 60 0.69 20 67 50 0.04 21 59 44 0 22 61 45 0 23 57 46 0 24 50 39 0
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Unformatted text preview: 25 53 41 0 26 51 42 0 27 48 38 1.49 28 67 45 0.02 29 56 44 0 30 64 43 0 31 72 50 0.02 On page 40 you are given the date and time of the beginning of each season in 2010, in Universal Time. For the record, the "equinoxes" mark the beginning of spring and autumn, while the "solstices" mark the beginning of winter and summer. Using this information, determine the local time when each season arrives in the East-ern time zone in 2010. Remember that the U.S. will be on Daylight Time in March, June and September and on Standard Time in December....
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