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Old 11-03-2008, 07:42 PM
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I'm dooing a project about rain forming... What websites do you know that can help me with this and what can be a good prediction? please help... it's due on nov. 24,08!
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Old 11-17-2008, 06:15 PM
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Question I need a bit of help...

I'm doing a big science project at my school called REACH. I already have a topic but I would like to gain some new information from the other members. The only way to do that is to set up a thread, but I can't set up a thread, I can't even find the New Thread button, what should I do?
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Old 11-17-2008, 06:17 PM
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I'm dooing a project about rain forming... What websites do you know that can help me with this and what can be a good prediction? please help... it's due on nov. 24,08!
Easiest way to do that would to search on Google, search for water cycle. I know how to do it, I could tell you right now. Water evaporates from lakes and forms in the atmosphere, the big white fluffy things we call clouds, if too much water gets collected, it falls to the ground as rain. Then the rain water turns into runoff, meaning it goes into a pond or lake to start the process all over again. Hope it helps!
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Hello, everyone I know i've been missing for about a yr now, now I am back to help out again!!! I'm in College now... Trying to be a Nurse... I 'm excited to be back!
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Default I Have a Question!

Hi, my name is Marianna. I'm a middle school student, this year im doing my science fair project on The Physics of Dance, and I don't really know what im supposed to be doing... What I mean is i'm not really to sure what my Hypothesis and my Conclusion are supposed to say?
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Old 12-09-2008, 08:22 AM
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Hi, my name is Marianna. I'm a middle school student, this year im doing my science fair project on The Physics of Dance, and I don't really know what im supposed to be doing... What I mean is i'm not really to sure what my Hypothesis and my Conclusion are supposed to say?
go to google.com
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Old 12-09-2008, 08:24 AM
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Default I have a question..

So I requested to be in the trainee mentor group B, and said why...but I haven't been approved or something because it still says that I am requesting. The group leader is satfire and I just want to know if I am in the group or not. Because is I am not, then I want to be so eventually I can become a mentor. Thanks so much, Colleen
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