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In this step, it is important to show useful DATA TABLES you created and sorted (organized) for your research. Below each table, be sure to list 1-3 observations. For this CRATER COMPARISONS activity you will likely have at least 1 data table for each planetary world you are investigating. Be sure to identify the planetary world your table(s) are representing.
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SHARE USEFUL DATA TABLES YOU CREATED FOR YOUR RESEARCH:

Under each DATA TABLE, list 1-3 observations.
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1. EARTH DATA TABLE SORTED BY CRATER DIAMETER:
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2. EARTH DATA TABLE SORTED BY LATITUDE:
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3. EARTH'S MOON DATA TABLE: Effects of Crater Diameter vs. Rim Definition/Crater Modification
You may even choose to create a data table using a subset of information. Remember, you can create your data table(s) using a spreadsheet, or as shown below, sketch out your data table on a piece of paper.

Can you list 2-3 observations of the table below?
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Credit: NSTA 2013 Short Course participants


Observation #1:


Observation #2:


Observation #3: