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Gradient = change in elevation/distance traveled. When you're finding the gradient from two points, how do you find the change in elevation? How do you find the distance traveled?

  • Science - ,

    Your definition is not quite right.

    Gradient: change in elevation/HORIZONTAL distance traveled.

    You get the horizontal distance traveled from the map scale.

  • Science - ,

    what about change in elevation?

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