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Stems list 6

By: Ciara Caddell

QuestionAnswer
Scope Target/to observe
Meter Measure
Moni To warn/remind
Phyt Plant
Proto First/earliest form
Poly Many
Microscope A tool used to see objects that are too small to be seen by the naked eye
Stethoscope A medical tool for listening tot he action of someone's heart or breathing
Taximeter A device used in taxis that automatically records the distance traveled and the far payable
Altimeter A tool used to determine altitude reached
Admonish To warn or reprimand someone firmly
Monitor A person who observes a process or activity to check that it is carries out fairly or correctly
Lithophyte A plant that grows on bare rock or stone
Oceanophyte An oceanic plant/plant life that exists in the ocean
Prototype The first or preliminary model of something
Prototile In terms of math it is one of the shapes of a tile in a tessellation
Polygon A shape with a least three straight sides and angles
Polygamy The practice of having more than one wife or husband at the same time
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