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Science MidTerm

Study for your 6th grade science midterm test with these cards!

What provides the energy to power the water cycle? The sun provides energy because water (liquid) to evaporate which rises (gas) as water vapor, which cools and falls to Earth due to gravity.
Explain the relationship between altitude and air pressure. Give at least one real life example. As altitude increases, air pressure decreases. Ex: Athletes training at sea level vs. mountains.
Knowing that the amount of humidity would affect the coming weather, what does the amount of humidity on Tuesday indicate? 90% indicates a high amount of water vapor in the air.
Occluded Front is... Two cold fronts push up warm air.
Define Conservation of Mass and give two examples. No matter what you do to an object, the mass stays the same. Ex. 1. Tear a piece of paper. 2. Squeeze a water bottle.
What is the formula for density? Density=Mass divided by Volume
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