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Vocab 8

fossil the remains or traces of past life found in sedimentary rock
bedrock the solid rock under surface material like soil
measuring comparing something to a standard
results communicating data by making a graph or chart
Fuels materials that are burned to produce energy
Extinction the end of an organism or a group of organisms; occurs when the last individual of a species dies
system a collection of structures parts, cycles and processes that interact
inferring making a reasonable conclusion from observations and experiences
fossil fuels a fuel that formed from the decayed remains of ancient plants and animals, such as coal, natural gas , and petroleum
alternative Energy energy that can replace fossil fuels, such as solar, wind, or nuclear energy
model a representation of a real thing or event-smaller, larger, or the same size as what they represent
observing using your senses to gather information
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