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Valley A depression on Earth's surface between ranges of hills or mountains.
Variable Any factor in an investigation that could affect the results.
Velocity The rate of motion, or speed, in a specified direction.
Vibration The back and forth motion of an object.
Volcanic eruption Process by which lava reaches Earth's surface.
Volume Amount of space an object or substance takes up; measured in liters or cubic centimeters.
Water cycle The process, involving evaporation and condensation, by which the Earth's water circulates through the environment.
Wavelength The distance between two identical points on neighboring waves.
Weather The short-term conditions of the atmosphere determined by variables such as temperature, wind, moisture, and pressure.
Weathering A chemical or physical process in which rocks exposed to the weather are worn down by water, wind, or ice.
Weight The measure of the gravitational force acting on an object.
Well-designed investigation A detailed inquiry or systematic examination which includes the following criteria
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Word equation Represents the relationship between two or more physical quantities expressed as words.
Work The product of the force on an object and the distance through which the object is moved.
• clear, logical directions are included
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Word equation Represents the relationship between two or more physical quantities expressed as words.
Work The product of the force on an object and the distance through which the object is moved.
Created by: wknopf