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goals that must be satisfied to be able to successfully achieve a challenge criteria
factors that limit how you can solve a problem constraints
a repetition that attempts to improve on a process or product iterations
a type of meeting during the design process to share design plans and get advice from others solution briefing
to work together collaborate
anything that has mass and takes up space matter
a pull between two objects gravity
structures that resist folding and compressing strong structures
reducing length by bending over folding
reducing size by squeezing together compression
able to resist tipping over stable
an imaginary point on or near an object around which the object’s matter is equally distributed center of mass
the amount of push or pull a structure has to resist load
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