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what is coragation.coragation is ridges stuck together like triangles put togeth

what is coragation little like ridges put toghether like trianges.
what is tension something pulling on down like stretching it
what is compression compression is when wait is distibued down
what is lamanation thin peices of something put together to be maid stronger.
whats the strongest shape a triangle
what is the weakest shape triangle
what makes materials strong corragation
what would be the smartest buying new materials or not i would add more materials to bond togheter.
who discovered alexander mackenzie river alexander mackenzie did
who was the first prime minister john A.macdonald
who invented the first telescope galileo
what is matter something that takes up space
what is a shirt an article of material
what is an ecosystem an area were nonliving and living interact
what is biotic living
what is abiotic nonliving
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