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    I'm really confused how I would set a graph out for this.

    In my fieldwork project I took the gradient of 5 of my sites but all I've got are just readings of 2 degrees,1degree,4degrees and the sites are like 300 metres apart... I have the velocity speeds but how am I spose to plott a graph from these gradient figures ?

    Has anyone done something similiar to this in Geography before and could help with any useful any please ? Thanks !

    Btw my Hypothesis is that there is a relationship between Gradient and Velocity.
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    (Original post by CHL)
    I'm really confused how I would set a graph out for this.

    In my fieldwork project I took the gradient of 5 of my sites but all I've got are just readings of 2 degrees,1degree,4degrees and the sites are like 300 metres apart... I have the velocity speeds but how am I spose to plott a graph from these gradient figures ?

    Has anyone done something similiar to this in Geography before and could help with any useful any please ? Thanks !

    Btw my Hypothesis is that there is a relationship between Gradient and Velocity.
    Sorry to sound stupid but velocity of what? If we had more info on what you are doing, perhaps we could offer some more aid.
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    do velocity on the side and gradient at the bottom of the graph

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    would it be a scattergraph jane ?

    Its the velocity of the water in the steam.. our teacher has given us NO help whatsoever for this coursework it really sucks trying to remember stuff i did last September
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    Guys does a clinometer give a result of (mm/m) ? cus this is what I have for my secondary sources - if they didnt use a Clinometer to get that reading instead of degrees do u know what tool they used, or is it possible to get that reading on a clinometer?
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    Clinometers (For measuring altitude / elevation/ vertical angles.)

    So quite possibly yes.
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    I dont spose you know the method (as I have to explain how you would take that reading) I know how to take the reading if its degrees but not for (mm/m) ?
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    *bumping to draw attention overnight *
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