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MHMS Lava Flow Ch

MHMS Lava Flow Challenge

Volcano – a place on Earth from which melted rock, ash, gases, and other material can escape from beneath Earth’s surface.
Rock – a naturally formed, non-living solid mass composed of grains of Earth material.
Magma – melted rock found beneath Earth’s surface.
Lava – melted rock that has reached the surface of the Earth.
Vent – an opening on Earth’s surface that allows lava, ash, gases, or other volcanic material to escape.
Model – a representation of something in the world.
Simulate – use a model to imitate or act out real-life situations.
Bar graph – type of graph that uses either vertical (up and down) bars or horizontal (across) bars to show data. Data can be in words or numbers.
Repeatable – when someone follows the reported procedure, they get similar results.
Replicate – to run a procedure again and get the same results.
Soil – the loose top layer of Earth’s surface, able to support life, consisting of rock and mineral particles mixed with organic matter, air and soil.
Standardized – the same.
Range – the zone between the largest and smallest results.
Variation – a spread of data.
Viscous – having a sticky, think, or gluey consistency; not free flowing.
Trial – One time through a procedure
Precision – How close together the measured values are
Created by: bonniehodder