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There were six different cities around Australia. We had to work in pairs to work out which temperature graph matched which place. People would say they knew that the temperature in Adelaide gets around the same temperature as Melbourne and so on. I picked six places, two in Australia and 4 around the world. I chose Wellington,Singapore,Los Angeles,Auckland,Adelaide and Warragul. I knew that the temperature for Warragul was going to be around the same temperature as Poowong. I also knew that Singapore was near the equator 2 so it was going to be hot. I worked out that along the horizontal 10 axis were the months and that along the vertical 9 axis was the temperature.
On the internet we did a digi learn lesson on temperatures and why we have seasons. What I found out was that the reason we have season is because our axis 3 is on a tilt. When the southern 4 hemisphere 1 is near the sun, it is summer and that means that in the northern 5 hemisphere it is winter. I learnt that on the temperature graph they show the average temperature for each month. They also show maximum average temperature for each month and the minimum average temperature for each the month.
This is my temperature graph. In Auckland over in New Zealand the minimum 7 average temperature for July was 7° and the maximum 6 average temperature was 13 °.In Warragul the minimum average 8 temperature for July was 4 ° and the maximum temperature was 13 °. Out of all the places I chose the place with the maximum temperature in July was Singapore with an average temperature of 32 ° and the place with the minimum average temperature in July was Warragul with a minimum of 4 °.
Warragul Adelaide Wellington Auckland Los Angeles Singapore Northern Hemisphere Southern Hemisphere
Skills Strategies MapsGuess, check and improve Pattern I know a Similar problem Reading a graph Rounding
Hemisphere: A hemisphere is half of a sphere. Equator: An equator is an imaginary great circle around Earth that is the same distance from the North and South Poles and divides Earth into the northern and southern hemispheres. Axis: The axis is an imaginary straight line through the earth that the Earth revolves around. Southern: The half of Earth that is south of the equator. Northern: The half of Earth that is on the north of the equator. Maximum: The greatest possible amount Minimum: The Lowest possible amount Average: The middle Vertical: Standing straight up. Horizontal: A Straight level line going from the left to the right.
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