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Ms. Davis


What is a engineer? a person who makes something to solve a problem
When light is blocked by an object, the surface behind the object looks dark. What is this a example of? a shadow
Are shadows: a. big b. small c. all different shapes and sizes c. all different shapes and sizes
Where did the light come from to make this shadow? the sun
To stop something from passing through is called? blocking
What are some examples of light sources? flashlights
Who makes light for others? engineers
What are some examples of natural light? sun, fire, stars
What are some examples of light sources that engineers make? flashlights, lamps and cell phones lights
Light that may pass through materials but images on the other side of that material are not clearly visible is called? translucent
What are examples of translucent light? tinted car windows, sunglasses, wax paper
Light that can pass through objects clearly is called? transparent
What are some examples of oblique? rock or wood
Light that can not be passed through any object is called? oblique
What does disperse mean? To spread around.
Any animal that moves pollen from one plant to another is called? pollinator
A powder that's found inside of flowers to make new plants are called? pollen
What substance is used to help plants grow by giving extra nutrients? fertilizer
What is the process of moving one seed to another place? seed dispersal
What is the process of moving pollen from one flower to another? pollination
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