Match the Graph: Capital Hill Australia
- Steve Phelps
The image below is of Capital Hill, Canberra, ACT, Australia 35°18′29″S , 149°07′28″E from Daily Overview http://www.overv.eu/ Canberra, the capital of Australia, is a planned city designed by Walter Burley Griffin in 1913. The construction of the city’s parliamentary buildings – seen in this Overview – involved the removal of the top half of Capital Hill (the mound on which the structures were built). After the project was completed, much of the displaced earth was replaced on top of the buildings where a lush, green lawn now grows. Use the Spreadsheet to graph as many equations that will match the features in the image. Click on the little swirly icon in the upper right corner to clear your graphs.