# science help pls pls

The table below shows the average annual precipitation over a period of five years in three locations of Florida.

Locations | Amount of precipitation
1 between 45- 65 inches
2 more than 96 inches
3 less than 8 inches

Which of these statements is correct for the three locations?
People are most likely to migrate from Location 3 to Location 1.
People are most likely to migrate from Location 1 to Location 3.
People are most likely to migrate from Location 1 to Location 2.
People are most likely to migrate from Location 2 to Location 3.

is it a pls pls help

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1. I doubt if most people migrate because of the amount of precipitation. Lots of people move to the arid southwest of the U.S. for the high temperatures.

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2. it doesnt talk about this in the lesson so actually wouldnt it be the most precipitation to the least precipitation so it would actually be b

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3. I don't know.

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