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The table shows the distance from the equator (in miles) and the average annual snowfall (in inches) for each of eight selected U.S. cities. (Source: National Climatic Data Center, Wake Forest University Albatross Project)City Distance from Equator (in miles) Average Annual Snowfall (in inches) 1. Atlanta, GA 2313 22. Austin, TX 2085 13. Baltimore, MD 2711 214. Chicago, IL 2869 395. Detroit, MI 2920 426. Juneau, AK 4038 997. Miami, FL 1783 08. Winston-Salem, NC 2493 9a. Write this paired data as a set of ordered pairs of the form (distance from equator, average annual snowfall).b. Create a scatter diagram of the paired data. Be sure to label the axes appropriately.c. What trend in the paired data does the scatter diagram show?

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a)

Consider, the x-coordinate to be “Distance from equator” and the y-coordinate to be “Average annual snowfall”.

  1. Distance form equator =2313 Average annual snowfall =2 Hence, the ordered pair is (2313,2).
  2. Distance from equator…

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