Wacky Water Cycle
Ravishing Resources
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I am going to get an 100 on my last Science test of 2013!

100

The path the water takes from Earth to the clouds and back again
What is the water cycle?

100

Water, trees, wildlife, wind, sun; can be replaced in a reasonable amount of time
What are renewable resources?

100

Another word for heat
What is thermal?

100

Electrons have one path to follow
What is a series circuit?

100

The buildup of electrons on one object, the charge comes when the extra electrons move to another object
What is static electricity?

200

The process in which water vapor changes to a liquid
What is condensation?

200

Coal, oil, natural gas, propane
What are non-renewable resources?

200

The force that hold back the movement of a sliding object, heat comes from this. Happens when you push the break on your car, when you walk on the sidewalk, and rub your hands together
What is friction?

200

Used to measure length
What is a ruler?

200

Path current electricity travels to bring power to objects
What is a circuit?

300

When plants release water through their leaves back into the air
What is transpiration?

300

We use these for heating, electricity, powering engines, cooking, manufacturing and asphalt; turned into energy when we burn them
What are fossil fuels?

300

Does not transfer heat well examples: glass, styrofoam, porcelain, wood, and plastics
What is an insulator?

300

Used to measure the volume of liquids.
What is a graduated cylinder?

300

Another name for a broken circuit
What is an open circuit?

400

When water warms up and becomes vapor
What is evaporation?

400

This is created as a result of decaying vegetation and animals. Comes from intense heat and pressure in our Earth.
What are fossil fuels?

400

Metals-copper, steel, iron, aluminum
What are conductors?

400

Used to enlarge small specimens
What is a microscope?

400

Uses more heat and uses more energy: will one day be banned!
What is a incandescent light bulb?

500

Any form of water that falls from the sky (ex: rain, sleet, snow, hail)
What is precipitation?

500

Used for electricity, heat and products; they are efficient but will one day run out
What are non-renewable resources?

500

Transfers energy well
What is a conductor?

500

Used to find or compare the mass of an object
What is a balance?

500

Electrons have more than one path to follow
What is a parallel circuit?