Poof:

2. The table shows several animals that live in or below a tree. The table also shows the elevation of their dwellings, relative to ground level. Dwellings Elevation (ft) Robin's nest 12 Groundhog burrow -2 Red squirrel den 3 (a) Plot and label the elevation of each dwelling on a vertical number line. (b) Calculate thePl vertical distance between each pair of dwellings. Organize your results in a table. Answer:

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Ultrilliam:

@Vocaloid

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Poof:

Well this is depressing ;-;

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563blackghost:

Hrmmm $$\bf{a.}$$. So you need to write this on a number line that is vertical. The highest elevation is 12 while the lowest is -2, so you would label a line from -5 to 15. Labeling the graph would be just like labeling a horizontal graph. |dw:1540337367424:dw| $$\bf{b.}$$ Now you need to determine the distances between each. You would subtract the distance between Robin and Groundhog, Robin and and squirrel, and Groundhog and squirrel. So to do that you follow as: Robin and Groundhog distance: $$\bf{12-(-2)=}$$ Robin and Squirrel: $$\bf{12-3=}$$ Groundhog and Squirrel: $$\bf{-2-3=}$$

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Poof:

Robin and Groundhog distance: 12−(−2)= Robin and Squirrel: 12−3= Groundhog and Squirrel: −2−3=

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Poof:

how?

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Poof:

Whats the = sign for?

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Poof:

HEEEEELP

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