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Compound a substance that contains two or more different atoms bonded together
Energy Pyramid a model of the available energy through a food chain
Technology the use of scientific knowledge to solve problems or create new products
Density the amount of matter in a given volume; compactness
Biotic a living thing
Abiotic a nonliving thing
Kingdom a classification system used to identify organisms
Element substance that contains only one kind of atom
Biome a region of Earth that has a particular type of climate and certain types of plants
Erosion movement of rock or soil by natural forces
Electrical Current a continuous flow of an electrical charge
Symbiosis a relationship between two or more different species
Volume the amount of space in an object
Fossils a trace or remain of something that used to be alive
Natural Resource something found in nature that is needed by humans
Weathering breakdown of rocks by natural forces
Qualitative describe using the five senses
Quantitative describe using numbers
Biodiversity the number and variety of different organisms on Earth
Parallel Circuit electricity follows more than one path
Resistor an electrical device that slows the flow of a charge in a circuit
Series Circuit electricity follows a single path
Sedimentary rocks formed from rock particles and remains of plants and animals
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