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Figuring where lightning strikes will occur is a nearly impossible task. When lightning strikes occur, however, has become more predictable based on research. For a small area in Colorado, data were collected and the results are displayed in the histogram that follows. Based on the histogram:
a. Data were collected for what variable?
b. What does each bar (interval) represent?
c. What conclusion can be reached about the “when” of lightning strikes in this small area of Colorado?
d. What characteristics of the graph support the conclusion?


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