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How to Graph Tide Data, Continued Step Action 4. Divide  the  first  line  into  four  equal  segments  as  shown  in  figure  7-6.  The  easiest  way  to  do  this is  to  extract  the  length  of  the  line  with  dividers  and  place  this  length  on  the  height  scale.  In  the case  of  the  first  line,  this  distance  is  2.0  feet  (approximately).  Divide  this  by  4  and  you  have  the length  of  each  segment  2.0/4  =  0.5  feet.  Measure  0.5  feet  along  the  height  scale  with  your dividers,  then,  starting  at  either  end,  divide  the  line  into  four  segments. 5. At  the  quarter  point  next  to  the  high  water  point,  draw  a  vertical  line  above  the  point;  and  at  the quarter  point  next  to  low  water  point,  draw  a  vertical  line  below  the  point  equal  to  a  distance  of 1/10th  of  the  total  length  of  this  line  segment  (i.e.,  2.0  x  .l  =  0.2  feet).  Refer  to  the  example 6 . Repeat  steps  4  and  5  for  the  remaining  two  lines  as  shown  in  figure  7-7.  Be  sure  to  use  the length  of  the  line  you  are  working  with  for  your  computations;  using  the  same  measurement  for the  first  line  will  not  work. Figure  7-7.  Repeat  steps  for  the  remaining  two  lines. 7-14

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