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9th Week 4 Vocab

TermDefinition
Motif a recurrent element in a literary or artistic work
trait a distinguishing feature of your personal nature
void an empty area or space
wholly to the full or entire extent
Skeptical marked by or given to doubt
erode remove soil or rock
trial the act of testing something
benevolent showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding
apparent clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment
manageable capable of being controlled
electromagnetism a set of forces due to stationary or moving electric charges
vector a quantity with components of both magnitude and direction
current a measurement of the flow of electric charge passing a certain point per unit time; any flow of liquid or electric charge
force an interaction between objects that causes a change to the objects' motion.
induction a distribution of electrons within a conductor caused by a varying magnetic field
Created by: Mason Science