35 thoughts on “DIIMSA STEM-Tech Word Challenge

  1. According to NEWTON’S LAWS the wall is exerting an equal force in the opposite direction of the water
    if the water stored was to THRUST the wall, then it could damage the structure.
    If the water encountered a high enough temperature, water vapor would form, and steam would be BILLOWING out.
    The water moves in a CYCLE within the dam to control water flow. A COLLABORATION between engineers and environmentalists was needed to build this structure.

  2. The BILLOWING amount of water was restrained by the dam.
    If the dam was to be destroyed, the thrust of that water would be massive and deadly.
    In order for the dam to be built properly, sketches and designs had to be properly and correctly ARRANGED.
    The energy being converted in the dam is in a constant CYCLE.
    The BEARINGS in the machine controls friction.

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  4. 1)The bridge had to be built in an Arranged way.
    2) The engineers had to use Jumper Wires to build the bridge
    3) The bridge has Newton’s Law in it.
    4) There can be Thrust with the card when on the bridge.
    5) There was a lot of Collabaration when building this bridge.

  5. The dam has to be perfectly ARRANGE in order to be successful.
    The dam works in a constant CYCLE.
    In the NEWTON’S LAW the force of water will cause the bridge to react in its opposite direction.
    When the water hit the dam it causes the water to BILLOW.
    The BEARING helps supports the weight of the wall and friction.

  6. If a car stalled out on that bridge they would need JUMPER WIRES connected to another car to start it back up.
    There is no smoke BILLOWING from the dam because it doesn’t use fossil fuels.
    The dam is ARRANGED in such a way that the water wont go over it and has to go through the dam.
    The THRUST from the water’s current is enought to spin some turbines.
    Those turbines have BEARINGS that spin a generator, making electricity

  7. 1.The engineers ARRANGED the bridge specific way
    2.The BEARING of the bridge helps the bridge stay in place
    3.There is a CYCLE in the dam to keep the water flowing
    4.There is NEWTONS LAW involved in this bridge, first law of motion inertia
    5.The engineers COLLABORATED their ideas when making the bridge

  8. The bridge had to be ARRANGED to fit in between the mountains.

    The bridge is using NEWTONS LAWS of motion by putting force on the mountains.

    The BEARING is the structure that supports the wall.

    The water is BILLOWING down the stream.

    The people who constructed this Bridge had to use COLLABORATION.

    The water in the dam flows in a CYCLE.

    The THRUST of the water is pushing the water in a certain direction.

    This bridge can contain JUMPER WIRES or cables to hold the weight of the deck below.

  9. they ARRANGED the bridge the way they wanted to.
    the bridge uses NEWTONS LAWS because it adds force on the mountains.
    people usually are BEARING on the bridge.
    theirs a lot of BILLOWING around the mountain down the stream.
    the THRUST from the turbines is plenty enough for the turbines to spin.
    the people who built this BRIDGE had a lot of COLLABORATION to finish it.

  10. The designers needed to ARANGE pillars in a specific place.

    The BRIDGE is most likely structurally sound.

    There is a large amount of THRUST.

    The turbines most likely go through power CYCLES.

    Due to NEWTONS LAWS, the bridge won’t colapse

  11. NEWTON’S LAW states that the dam and the water would have to be exerting equal forces on each other.
    They had to ARRANGE the bridge plan carefully.
    The team of people working on the bridge had to COLLABORATE.
    The bridge is designed to hold the weight people and other objects are BEARING on it.
    The JUMPER WIRES help support weight and maintain stability/strength.

  12. The hydroelectric CYCLE in the dam is creating electricity.
    The bridge is in a balanced state because of NEWTON’S LAW.
    The production of the bridge must have been a COLLABORATION.
    The dam has BILLOWING turbines.
    The ARRANGEMENT of the bridge is unique.

  13. the dam works in a constant CYCLE.
    the dam has a BEARING to it while the water moves.
    they ARRANGED the bridge so the dam can flow though.
    two men COLLABORATION was very neat on how they built the bridge.
    the THRUST is how the dam stay up so the water can flow under.

  14. NEWTONS’S LAWS affect the way you drive on the bridge.
    The JUMPER WIRES keep the bridge sturdy.
    It took a lot of COLLABORATION between people to build the bridge.
    The engineers ARRANGED a meeting to make the design of the bridge.
    The water’s THRUST creates hydroelectric energy.
    If it is hot outside, the water might start to turn to steam and BILLOW towards the air.
    Your car’s wheels move in a CYCLE as they go along the bridge.
    I don’t see any BEARINGS involved in the bridge.

  15. They had to ARRANGE the bridge and the dam in a certain way so that they wouldn’t interfere with each other.
    If someone was describing that dams BEARINGS they could say it beside a bridge.
    The bridge in the picture looks like it defies NEWTON LAWS.
    I’m very sure the water CYCLE involves that dam.

  16. The way the canyon-like rocks are ARRANGED there is a bridge in between for people to walk or drive across.
    The canyon eroded in a CYCLE.

  17. the dam works in a constant CYCLE.
    the dam has a BEARING to it while the water moves.
    they ARRANGED the bridge so the dam can flow though.
    two men COLLABORATION was very neat on how they built the bridge.
    CYCLE-
    the THRUST is how the dam stay up so the water can flow under.
    COLLABORATION-the action of working with someone to produce or create something.
    a series of events that are regularly repeated in the same order.
    ARRANGED- put (things) in a neat, attractive, or required order.
    BEARING-a person’s way of standing or moving.

  18. The bridge was built in a COLLABORATION of a group of engineers.
    The bridge was ARRANGE to connect with the roads.
    This type of bridge is referred as a THRUST bridge.
    BEARING is used in this bridge to allow movement and reduce the amount of stresses involved.
    Bridges rely heavily upon NEWTON’S LAW of motion.

  19. The arranged bridge and dam are not touching.
    The water is billowing out of the dam.
    The water is cycled to the turbine in the dam.
    The dam is bearing a lot of weight.
    the thrust of the water is very powerful.

  20. The dam helps the bridge because it helps it so the water doesn’t THRUST the bridge and damage it.
    The bridge is ARRANGED between the canyon.
    The air is BILLOWING through the bridge.
    The bridge has JUMPER WIRES.
    The dam is a COLLABORATION with the bridge because it supports it so there isn’t a lot of water below it.

  21. The BILLOWING amount of water was restrained by the dam.
    If the dam was to be destroyed, the thrust of that water would be massive and deadly.
    In order for the dam to be built properly, sketches and designs had to be properly and correctly ARRANGED.
    The energy being converted in the dam is in a constant CYCLE.
    The BEARINGS in the machine controls friction.

  22. The designers needed to ARANGE pillars in a specific place.

    The BRIDGE is most likely structurally sound.

    There is a large amount of THRUST.

    The turbines most likely go through power CYCLES to keep the technology safe.

    Due to NEWTONS LAWS, the bridge won’t colapse

  23. The COLLABORATION it took to do build the bridge was amazing.
    They ARRANGED the position of the bridge between two canyons.
    The THRUST of the water was too strong for the bridge.
    The bridge was BEARING a lot of weight.
    The NEWTON’S LAW won’t allow the bridge to move in bad weather conditions.

  24. They ARRANGED the bridge so people can cross the canyon.
    Architects did COLLABORATION to built the bridge.

  25. 1. When they built this bridge, they ARRANGED the polls to be the same distance apart.
    2.The water from the dam CYCLES through some type of machine to make electric energy.
    3. The polls are BEARING the weight of the bridge.
    4.When a car stalls am this bridge, the driver has to use JUMPER WIRES to start it back up.
    5.The water from the dam is BILLOWING through a machine.
    6.NEWTON’S LAW OF MOTION is seen when the water is flowing.
    7.The dam is in COLLABORATION with the machine below.
    8. The water is THRUSTING or pushing against the wall.

  26. Arrange-put (things) in a neat, attractive, or required order.
    Bearings-is a device that is used to enable rotational or linear movement, while reducing friction and handling stress.
    Billowing- (of smoke, cloud, or steam) move or flow outward with an undulating motion.
    Collaboration-the action of working with someone to produce or create something.
    Jumper wires-an electrical wire, or group of them in a cable, with a connector
    Cycle-An interval of time during which a characteristic, often regularly repeated event or sequence of events occurs.
    Thrust-the propulsive force of a jet or rocket engine.
    Newton’s Laws-is a set of laws, made by the scientist Newton, that tell us about motion.

  27. They probably put JUMPER WIRES in this bridge.
    It takes COLLABORATION to build a bridge like that.

  28. The bridge had to be ARRANGED in certain way
    The dam water CYCLES through the river
    The two mountains are BEARING the bridge
    The dam is BILLOWING with water
    A stopped car needs JUMPER WIRES to start back up
    The bridge shows NEWTONS LAW OF MOTION
    The bridge is COLLABORATING with the mountains

  29. One of NEWTON’S LAWS was used during the build of this bridge.
    The constructors had to ARRANGE a deadline during this build.
    The workers used a good COLLABORATION during this build.
    JUMPER WIRES were used to anchor the bridge.
    A lot of BILLOWING was created during this build.

  30. The designers needed to ARRANGE pillars in a specific place.
    The Architects had to COLLABORATE to build the bridge.
    The BEARINGS in the machine controls the friction in the machines.
    There is a large amount of THRUST occurring at the dam.
    The bridge is using NEWTONS LAWS of motion to stay in place.

  31. My moms car stop so she had to use JUMPER WIRES. Ever time it rain the rain CYCLES stars over.
    They ARRANGED the bridge so people can cross to the other side. The THRUST of the water was too strong for people to swim. The BEARINGS in the machine controls friction.

  32. They ARRANGED the bridge so people can cross the canyon.
    Architects did COLLABORATION to built the bridge.
    The bridge is BEARING the weight of all the cars that cross.

  33. The ARRANGE of the bridge and the gate was so that people could still cross over the gap.
    The gate keeps all the water from BILLOWING out of control.
    BEARINGS are used to support the bridge and all it’s weight.
    Many building teams probably COLLABORATED to make this bridge.
    We don’t know how many times the project was THRUST until it was done.

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