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pitch
the highness or lowness of a sound
vibration
a shaky motion
investigate
to examine or study systematically
plan
to arrange or design a method for any future work
conduct
to serve as a material through which electric current can pass through easily
balance scale
an instrument used to measure an object’s mass
interact
when two people or objects have some effect on each other
reaction
a response to a stimulus
structural characteristics
physical properties of an object
lifecycle
the various stages through which a living thing passes
soils
a particular kind of earth or ground
clay
a natural earthy material that is plastic when wet, used for making bricks, pottery, etc.
silt
earthy matter, like fine sand, carried by moving or running water and deposited as a sediment
sand
the more or less fine debris of rocks, consisting of small, loose grains, often of quartz
loam
the more or less fine debris of rocks, consisting of small, loose grains, often of quartz
water cycle
the cycle of evaporation and condensation that controls the circulation of the earth's water
gender
females or males considered as a group
ethnicity
identity with or belonging to a particular racial, national, or cultural group
risk
the chance of injury or loss
injury
destruction, ruin, or harm
hygiene
the rules or science of cleanliness whose aim is to preserve health and prevent the spread of disease
various media
different substances
contributions
individual work toward a group goal
magnet
anything that pulls iron or steel
attract
to draw toward an object by a physical force
repel
to thrust away or back
simple circuit
an electric circuit consisting of a source of electricity, a conductive path, and a resistor (like a light bulb)
current
a flow of electric power
complete loop
a closed circuit
a power supply
a device that provides power to electric machines, generators, etc.
conductor
a material through which electric current passes easily