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What are the types of structures? Natural - manufactured , mass, frame and shell .
What is the function? Function is the main purpose of the sturucture . What is was designed for
What are some tyoes of functions? supporting (its own weight) · containing (substances) · transporting · sheltering · lifting · fastening · separating · communicating · breaking · holding
What is Aesthetics? Aesthetics is the study of beauty and nature
What some joints? Mobile Joints are joints that allow movement Rigid Joints do not allow movement - Fasteners Nails. Interlocking shapes - fit together beacuse of their shape Ties - Fasten things together Adhesives, or sticky substances can also hold things together
what is mass ? The number of particals the substance has in it.
What is force? The push or pull on an object.
What is weight? Weight should be measured in newtons. It measures force.
Created by: Julie242