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A round shape that has no beginning or end. Circle

A small circle; a ring or round band worn as an ornament, especially on the head. Circlet

A path for an electrical current to flow around. Circuit

To move around an area or place, often returning to a starting point. Circulate

The distance all the way around a circle. Circumference

Bending around; curved. Circumflex

To go completely around. Circumnavigate

To turn around like a wheel. Circumrotate

Careful; careful to look all around before doing something. Circumspect

To prevent something from happening by careful thinking; to get around something; to entrap. Circumvent

Across the Atlantic Ocean. Transatlantic

Across a continent. Transcontinental

To write across languages; to translate. Transcribe

To cut across or divide by cutting. Transect

To move from one place to another; to move across places. Transfer

To cut through any language barrier by changing one language into another. Translate

Clear; light can pass through; see through but not perfectly here. Translucent

Perfectly clear; obvious; light shows clearly through. Transparent

The process of giving off moisture through pores of skin or through the surface of leaves and plants. Transpiration

To carry from one place to another; to carry through an area. Transport

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a round shape circle

a band worn on the head circlet

a path for electricity circuit

what blood does circulate

distance around circumference

curved circumflex

to go around circumnavigate

to turn like a wheel circumrotate

careful circumspect

to avoid something happening circumvent

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a round shape with no beginning or end Circle

a small circle, a round band worn as an ornament on the head Circlet

a path that an electrical current flows through Circuit

to move about an area, often returning to the starting point Circulate

the distance around a circle Circumference

bending around, curved Circumflex

to go completely around Circumnavigate

to turn like a wheel Circumrotate

carefully look all around before doing something Circumspect

to prevent something from happening by careful thinking: to get around: to entrap Circumvent

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means sound; xylophone, telephone, symphony phon

means water; hydrant, hydroelectric, hydrophobia hydr

means study; zoolgy, geology, etymology ology

means circle; cyclops, cycle, cyclone cycl

means write, draw, descibe and read; diagram, grammar, graphic graph gram

means hear; auditory, audience, audible aud

means say, declare; dictum, edict, contradict dict

means water; aquiculture, aquamarine, aquarim aqua

means sea; memarid, marine, marina mar mer

means see and look; video, visual, visison vis vid

means mindful; memory,memorize, memoir mem

means to know; oniscience, science, conscience sci

means around; circulatory, circuit, circumference cir circum

means middle; egocentric, central, concentric centr center

means to write; spricture, ascribe, conscrprit scrib script

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series of events the usually lead back to the starting point. cycle

occurring in cycles cyclical

tropical storm cyclone

the distance around something circumference

a circle line that starts and finishes at the same point circuit

condition connected to an event circumstance

find a way around circumvent

at, of, or forming center central

circles that share the same center, the larger one is on the outside of the smaller concentric

behavior that is strange eccentric

self-centered egocentric

person who rides a bicycle cyclist

circulation of blood circulatory

travel all the way around circumnavigate

restrict within limits circumscribe

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What did we use to connect the wires? Play Dough

What helps to conduct electricity? Conductors

What word means to continuously move in a circle? Circulate

What does not allow electricity to flow through it? Insulators

What _______ did we use during the activities? Materials

What did you use to show that electricity was flowing? LED Lights

What provided the energy to the light bulb? Battery Pack

What kind of circuit is it when the energy is circulates continuously? Closed Circuit

What kind of circuit is it when the energy is circulates continuously but doesn't light the light bulb? Short Circuit

What helps to power everyday devices? Electricity

What kind of circuit is it when the energy is does not circulate continuously? Open Circuit

What does electricity flow through? Wires

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a segment whose endpoints are the center and any point on a circle radius

chord that contains the center of a circle diameter

the point from which all points on a circle are equidistant center

an angle whose vertex is the center of a circle central angle

the distance around a circle circumference

an angle whose vertex is on a circle and whose sides contain chords of the circle inscribed angle

a segment whose endpoints are on a circle chord

a line that intersects a circle in two points secant line

an arc with endpoints that are the endpoints of a diameter semicircle

a line in the plane of a circle that intersects the circle at exactly one point tangent line

if the endpoints of a chord or arc lie on the sides of an inscribed angle, the chord or arc is said to subtend the angle subtend

coplanar circles that intersect in one point tangent circles

an arc that lies between two lines, rays or segments intercepted arc

an angle whose sides are tangent to a circle circumscribed angle

a part of the circumference of a circle arc

a circle that contains all the vertices of an inscribed polygon circumscribed circle

coplanar circles that have a common center concentric circles