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The book of think

The Book of think

Possibilities Things that might happen or might be true
Reverses turns things backward, upside down, or inside out
Image something that is seen in the mirror
Optical Illusions Pictures that fool the eye by making something look different than it really is
Prove to show something is true
solution the answer to a problem
mineral a solid formed in nature that has never been alive
rock an object made of minerals
igneous rock rock that was once melted and has cooled
sedimentary rock materials that have settled into layers
metamorphic rock rocks that have changed by heat and pressures
rock cycle the process in which rock changes
fossil something that has lasted from a living thing a long time ago
denominator the bottom part of a fraction that tells about the whole group
numerator the top part of the fraction that tells about the part you are looking at (shaded or not)
Equivalent fractions a fraction that looks the same as another fraction but has different numbers
Created by: Richard119