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Figure 5.14 shows the discharge values in cubic feet per second (cfs) for each return period. The relationship between discharge (Y-axis) and area (X-axis) is given by the linear equations, also shown in Figure 5.14 below, for 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, and 100-year events.

Table 5.16: HEC-1 Area Input

Area -10% Area -20%

Area Sub-basin Miles2

Area +5% Area +10

% Area +20

% Area -5%

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