Posted by **MELISSA** on Thursday, August 21, 2008 at 7:19pm.

DURING A THUNDER STORM AND LIGHTNING STORM, TO ESTIMATE HOW FAR AWAY THE STORM IS, COUNT THE NUMBER OS SECONDS BETWEEN THE TIME YOU SEELIGHTINING AND HEAR THUNDER. DIVIDE THAT NUMBER BY 5 TO FIND THE DISTANCE IN MILES TO THE STORM. WRITE A SENTENCE TO DESCRIBE THE PATTERN THAT THE FORMULA IS BASED ON. SET UP A TABLE TO SHOW THE TIME BETWEEN A LIGHTINGFLASH AND A THUNDERCLAP IF THE STORM IS 10,20,30,AND 40 MILES AWAY.

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