28 thoughts on “DIIMSA STEM-Tech Word Challenge

  1. The material of the plane seems to be PLIABLE, because when it crashed the shape of the plane changed. #DIIMSA

  2. The materials on the destroyed transport plane COMPOSED of manufactured goods and supplies.

  3. During the test runs, the workers discovered they were using too PLIABLE of a metal to build the airplanes.

  4. The plane isn’t PLIABLE.
    An architect had to COMPOSE the build of the plane.
    The plane must have lost ALTITUDE.
    This is a very large SCALE plane.
    The plane’s CHASSIS failed.

  5. The ALTITUDE of the plane caused the plane to crash.
    The airplane tires lost TRACTION causing a bad liftoff.
    The CHASSIS broke due to the crash.
    The builder had to COMPOSE this plane.
    The plane looked PLIABLE due to the crash.
    The workers had to build the plane based on the SCALE.

  6. The ALTITUDE of the plane caused the plane to crash.
    The CHASSIS broke due to the crash.
    The builder had to COMPOSE this plane.
    The plane looked PLIABLE due to the crash.
    The workers had to build the plane based on the SCALE.

  7. The CHASSIS of the plane was destroyed.
    The ALTITUDE of the plane was 0 by the time it crashed.
    To COMPOSE the plane requires a specific set of skills.
    By the look of the crash, the plane doesn’t look very PLIABLE.
    The plane might’ve crashed if the blueprints weren’t exactly to SCALE.
    The TRACTION of the wheels was horrible.

  8. Altitude- the height of an object or point in relation to sea level or ground level.
    Compose- write or create (a work of art, especially music or poetry).
    Traction- the action of drawing or pulling a thing over a surface, especially a road or track.
    Pliable- easily bent; flexible.
    Chassis- the base frame of a motor vehicle or other wheeled conveyance.
    Scale- how big something is compared to another object.

  9. The ALTITUDE of the plane is now on the ground.
    The CHASSIS of the plane is broken.
    The plane is COMPOSED to the ground.
    The SCALE of the plane is smaller and different.

  10. The CHASSIS of the plane was torn apart
    The plane must have lost ALTITUDE before it crashed
    The plane must have not been COMPOSED right before it took off.
    After the crash the plane doesn’t look PLIABLE
    The TRACTION of the wheels are bad
    The planes appearance decrease on a large SCALE after the crash

  11. the COMPOSURE of the plane can be easily identified because parts of the inside are visible
    the CHASSIS was bent in half after it crashed.
    Although the plane seems folded, it wasn’t very PLIABLE
    At a certain ALTITUDE the plane could experience air-related issues.
    The TRACTION of the plane on the sand allowed it to move through until it hit the mountain.

  12. the plane has no altitude
    the plane has lost traction
    the plane is a large scale
    the chassis of the plane broke
    the plane is now pliable

  13. Before the crash took place,the planes ALTITUDE was rapidly deceasing.
    The enormous SCALE of the crash probable killed all of the passengers.
    The metal used in the construction of this aircraft is not usually PLIABLE
    The CHASSIS of the plane was destroyed
    Whoever found the crash site needed to COMPOSE a report to the police.

  14. There is no more ALTITUDE on the plane
    The CHASSIS does not work anymore due to crash
    The plane was not able to be PLIABLE before it crashed
    The engineer COMPOSED the plane
    The wheels had TRACTION before taking off in to the air

  15. The part that COMPOSED the plane where everywhere.
    The ALTITUDE of the plane was dropping fast.
    They found the CHASSIS destroyed.
    The plane wasn’t very PLIABLE.
    The SCALE of the plane wasn’t measured properly.

  16. The chassis of the plane is broken into several pieces.
    The plane must have been at high altitude before the crash occurred.
    During the impact, the plane became very pliable.
    Traction couldn’t have caused the crash.
    The crash lead the planes parts to be composed

  17. The parts COMPOSED of the plane were scattered.
    The ALTITUDE of the plane was decreasing, before the plane crash.
    The searchers found the CHASSIS destroyed.
    The plane wasn’t PLIABLE at all.
    The SCALE of the plane wasn’t correct.
    The planes TRACTION wasn’t very sturdy.

  18. The ALTITUDE of the plane decreased as the plane crashed.
    The CHASSIS went everywhere as the plane exploded.
    The TRACTION between the ground and the plane causes the outcome of the crash.
    Once the plane crashed, the plane became PLIABLE.
    The COMPOSURE of the plane collapsed when it crashed.

  19. The ALTITUDE of the plane decreased as the plane crashed.
    The CHASSIS went everywhere as the plane exploded.
    The TRACTION between the ground and the plane causes the outcome of the crash.
    Once the plane crashed, the plane became PLIABLE.
    The COMPOSURE of the plane collapsed when it crashed.
    (Sorry it said anonymous, I forgot my name)

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