Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by west india man, Sep 26, 2020.
Mmmm the availability or number of the ski resort in the area?
Something about hockey?
In the previous page, it's said the map also related with measurement of water, I guess that's mean humidity, add that aspect with "winter sport".
So it's the measurement of humidity that related to something about winter-sport. I guess. What is the relation between winter-sport and water or humidity measurement?
Not humidity, slightly more tangible
Percentage of snow that's artificial in ski resorts?
Number of ski resorts that use artificial snow?
Is the water is about temperature, while the sport is ski? Can you please say yes or no in each of this?
Good guesses! Nothing to do with artificiality.
no and yes
The snow percentage or density for ski resort!
The water is surely related to snow, while the sport is ski. Ski and snow. It's not the snow density or the number of artificial use of snow in ski resort.
So what other relation can it be? Just to put my thought there, if anybody get any good guesses.
Interesting things to note: AZ is the only state in the southwest that's red. Vermont is the only state in the northeast that's green. Nova Scotia is red while NB and PEI are grey.
you said Celsius tho
Average temperature of beach water... opposite of beach... skiing...
Length of ski season is close but wrong...
The... temperature required for ski resorts to open...?
Amount of people who visit ski slopes?
You can't ski without an interaction between water and celsius that's why I hinted those
Average amount of snowfall on mountains?
I'm debating whether that's close enough to give it to you, I don't want to drag the thread on forever, but that's not quite it.
I think this is a key fact to answer the question, but I only like deduction, I know too little thing about American region or map detail.
Celsius in the sense that it measured temperature? They are interconnected right?
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