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Table 3 : Hydrology experiment data Experiment Start time for Rainfall Catchment Outflow rate Measurement number test ([ / min ) slope ( %/0 ) Q ( [...

Hey there, would someone please be able to explain the results of my hydrology experiment where we had 2 different rainfall % and 2 different catchment slope %. I thought, that flow would be LONGER in the first trial because the soil is not saturated yet and therefore majority of the water that goes into the sand saturates the sand and therefore not much outflow? Can someone explain the results to me? I have attached the image below Screen Shot 2019-05-01 at 3.48.05 pm.png

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Table 3 : Hydrology experiment data
Experiment
Start time for
Rainfall
Catchment
Outflow rate
Measurement
number
test
([ / min )
slope ( %/0 )
Q ( [ / min )
time for
outflow rate
7.30
3
1
2.4
7.32
7.35
1
1.5
7.37
W
7.43
1
in
1.5
7.46
4
7.48
3
2 . 7
7.50

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