23 thoughts on “DIIMSA STEM-Tech Word Challenge

  1. When creating dimensions for the building, architects ANALYZE how much space will be used.

  2. When designing the structure, workers have to correctly calculate the WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION for safety.

  3. The bridge has good WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION.
    The bridge has a very long SPAN.
    The wheels on the car are going through TORSION across the bridge.
    The car is EQUILIBRIUM.
    The car probably ANALYZED the bride safety first.

  4. The SPAN of that bridge is very long.
    As i ANALYZE the photo i see cars in the background.
    the building use WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION to hold the buildings up.
    the EQUILIBRIUM of the force of gravity and the force of the buildings holding them self up allows for balanced forces to take place [no motion].

  5. There’s ABRASIVE between the road and cars so that the cars don’t slid through the road.
    The builders must measure the SPAN of the roads to see how much material they’ll need to make the road.
    They (architects) will need to ANALYZE for measurements to see the number of cars that can go on the road.
    There’s WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION on the road to make sure it doesn’t collapse.
    The road has a TORSION over the river .

  6. Abrasive-(of a substance or material) capable of polishing or cleaning a hard surface by rubbing or grinding.
    Span- the full extent of something from end to end; the amount of space that something covers.
    Analyze- examine methodically and in detail the constitution or structure of (something, especially information), typically for purposes of explanation and interpretation.
    Torsion- the action of twisting or the state of being twisted, especially of one end of an object relative to the other.
    Equilibrium- a state of physical balance.
    Weight distribution-is the apportioning of weight within a vehicle, especially cars, airplanes, and trains.

  7. You should ANALYZE your surroundings when rocking down the street.
    The factory produces ABRASIVES.
    The SPAN of the building in length is 50 feet.
    WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION keeps the bridge up and running.
    The water in the bayou sometimes undergoes TORSION.
    If you fall into the bayou, then you lose your EQUILIBRIUM.

  8. The building is being ANALYZED
    The two roads are ABRASIVE to each other
    WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION keeps the bridge up
    The building is EQUILIBRIUM

  9. The SPAN of the bayou is longer than the road.
    The WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION of the different structures depends on how they were build
    The rushing water of the bayou acts as an ABRASIVE on the concrete.
    If you ANALYZE the height of the bayou over time, you can see that the amount of rain correlates to the height.
    the water hitting against the poles of the road causes an EQULIBRIUM

  10. The factory might be producing ABRASIVE materials.
    The SPAN of the bridge goes over the water.
    WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION keeps the bridge from falling over.
    The water in the bayou might undergo TORSION.
    If you fall into the bayou, then you lose your EQUILIBRIUM.

  11. I’m ANALYZING the building
    The bridge has a long SPAN
    The wheels are experiencing TORSION while going across the bridge
    The water is in EQUILIBRIUM
    Engineers used WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION to build the bridge

  12. you have to ANALYZE the area
    the SPAN of the bridge is very large
    the WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION keeps the bridge from falling
    the 2 roads are ABRASIVE to one another
    if the bridge falls then it is EQUILIBRIUM

  13. The WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION helps the bridge stay up.
    The river was EQUILIBRIUM that day.
    The SPAN of the building was unexpectedly long.
    ANALYZING the way the picture looks, this was a while back.
    The bridge had to be cleaned with ABRASIVE material after a accident.

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