21 thoughts on “DIIMSA STEM-Tech Word Challenge

  1. the CAUSE-EFFECT relationship between declining fossil fuels and increase of alternative energy use, shows that the latter is more useful and needed compared to the former.

  2. To DEMONSTRATE the transfer of energy from a source to being used can be broken down into a step-by-step process.

  3. The NOZZLE at the end of tubes can change the direction and speed of the thing being traveled.

  4. The ALGORITHM of the pulley is to pull something from one place to another.
    The force of the pulley depends on its ACCELERATION.
    The pulley DEMONSTRATES how to move items.
    The pulley runs off of a CAUSE-EFFECT system.
    The pulley uses COMPRESSION to compress energy.

  5. The CAUSE-EFFECT here is that you jump off then you zip down the zip-line.
    There are probably some NOZZLES in the cars in the background.
    You would probably have someone DEMONSTRATE how to zip-line correctly so you don’t get hurt.
    The people who maid this probably had to make ALGORITHMS so they could make this zip-line.
    Your ACCELERATION goes up as you go down the zip-line.

  6. Depending on your height, the ACCELERATION of the pulley is greater if your high up.
    The pulley DEMONSTRATES an example of a simple machine.
    ALGORITHMS were used in the making of this machine.
    Gravity’s COMPRESSION pulls things down the pulley.
    I am inferring that there are NOZZLES in the picture.
    The pulley has a CAUSE-EFFECT relationship.

  7. Acceleration- increase in the rate or speed of something.
    Compression – being flatten by pressure; squeeze; press.
    Algorithm- a process or set of rules to be followed in calculations or other problem-solving operations, especially by a computer.
    Demonstrate- clearly show the existence or truth of (something) by giving proof or evidence.
    Nozzle- a cylindrical or round spout at the end of a pipe, hose, or tube, used to control a jet of gas or liquid.
    Cause-Effect- A cause-effect relationship is a relationship in which one event (the cause)

  8. The CAUSE-EFFECT of the zip-line is to help you get up in high places, therefore it doesn’t take you a long time to just walk up a mountain or hill.
    I’m sure the people DEMONSTRATE how to get on and off the cart on the zip-line.
    There’s most likely ALGORITHMS to follow on your trip up and down the zip-line.
    There are likely NOZZLES on the zip-line to help it go up and down.
    The ACCELERATION shouldn’t be fast because that might scare the people in the cart.

  9. Acceleration- increase in the rate or speed of something.
    Compression – being flatten by pressure; squeeze; press.
    Algorithm- a process or set of rules to be followed in calculations or other problem-solving operations, especially by a computer.
    Demonstrate- clearly show the existence or truth of (something) by giving proof or evidence.
    Nozzle- a cylindrical or round spout at the end of a pipe, hose, or tube, used to control a jet of gas or liquid.
    Cause-Effect- A cause-effect relationship is a relationship in which one event (the cause) makes another event happen (the effect).

  10. You have be DEMONSTRATED before zip lining
    ALGORITHMS were used to make this zip line
    When going down the zip line the ACCELERATION increases
    Gravity COMPRESSION pulls you down the zip line
    The NOZZLES are for you to hold on to.
    The CAUSE-EFFECT is you grab on and slide down the zip line

  11. Before the cable cars could be used, the designers needed to DEMONSTRATE the safety features.
    ALGORITHMS were most likely used in the calculations used during the design process.
    The pulley runs off of a CAUSE-EFFECT system.
    The NOZZLE accepts the cable running into the building.

  12. the pulley demonstrates how to move objects
    the nozzle stops the object from crashing
    they used algorithms to make this object
    the object gets acceleration when it moves
    compression pulls down the cable when the object is moving

  13. The ALGORITHMS in the design established how each machine was going to work.
    The ACCELERATION of the lines will make them work faster.
    The COMPRESSION and transfer of energy from the factory is benefiting everybody.
    For final machinery tests, workers had to DEMONSTRATE with it, and see if it would be safe enough for everyday use.
    The CAUSE-EFFECT relationship controls how the machinery will work.

  14. The worker have to DEMONSTRATE you how to get on a zip line
    Your ACCELERATION will increase when your going down
    There is ALGORITHMS to follow when your on the zip line
    There is a CAUSE-EFFECT when riding a zip line
    There are NOZZLES on the zip line

  15. Computer ALGORITHMS help keep the lift car from malfunctioning.
    The lift car ACCELERATES slowly, as to not break anything.
    The lift controller CAUSES the lift to rise and EFFECTS the position of the passengers in relation to the mountain.
    COMPRESSED signals are sent to the car so that it knows when to start, stop or reverse.
    When the lift was first DEMONSTRATED, it was probably a real eye opener.

  16. The NOZZLE changed the speed of the zip-line.
    The ACCELERATION was under control after awhile.
    They DEMONSTRATE how it works for safety reasons.
    The ALGORITHMS aren’t that complicated to work.
    The COMPRESSION of the lines help us move down slowly.

  17. The NOZZLE is what you hold onto while going down the zip-line.
    Your ACCELERATION increases as you flow down the line.
    There is an COMPRESSION spring at the end of the line.
    The workers of the zip-line DEMONSTRATE how the equipment should be used.
    There is an ALGORITHM used for beginner zip-liners.

  18. The NOZZLE let the speed change.
    The ACCELERATION allowed the speed increase.
    The COMPRESSION spring helps at the end of the lines.
    The instructions DEMONSTRATE how equipment is used.
    The ALGORITHMS are used for different levels.
    The lift controller CAUSES the lift to go up and the EFFECT is on the passengers.

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