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Beatriz is creating graphs for her city’s Parks Department. Beatriz is trying to persuade the Parks Department to put in more gazebos for shade. For a local park, Beatriz wants to demonstrate the attendance as it changes every week. She also wants to show the temperature changes per month (sometimes temperatures reach below zero). Explain to Beatriz how to make the graphs correctly based on the data that she will collect and what labels, scales, and intervals each axis must have on each graph. Use complete sentences and support your reasoning. Feel free to generate sample data to help support your response. Please help me with this problem.

Graph 1 (24 by 24)
Title: Weekly attendance at local park
X-axis label: Weeks
X-axis scale: Weeks
X-axis intervals: 5 weeks
Y-axis label: People
Y-axis scale: Number of people
Y-axis intervals: 300 persons

Graph 2 (24 by 24)
Title: Temperature throughout two years at local park
X-axis label: Months (Starting at "Z" month)
X-axis scale: Months
X-axis intervals: 1 month
Y-axis label: Temperature
Y-axis scale: Fahrenheit
Y-axis intervals: 10 degrees (maximum: 120 degrees)

The two graphs are similar in size so that the presentor can somwhat persuade a relation between temperature, time, and people in the park. Fahrenheit is preferred because the data points will not scatter too far from each other, which would probably occur using Celsius; and will make a linear relation somewhat apparent or more believable. Although temperatures drop below zero, the neccesity of a study for at least two years would ensure that some trend of temperature rise exists between similar months of advancing years. Even though December temperatures are below freezing, the temperature of the previous year's December was more colder than the temperature of that month in this year. Moreover, the presentor can try to relate the data to the common concept of global warming.
The number of people attending parks is usually dismal in cities; but events attract crowds, so over 100 humans could be expected in a day or 300 heads can be expected in a week, assuming that a maximum of 3 major events are restricted to take place on Fridays, Saturdays, and either on Sundays or one other weekday. Note that the number of people attending per week will be displayed in subintervals.