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# Which part of the water cycle would follow step d in the diagram shown? a diagram of the water cycle. point a is in the clouds, point b is liquid water falling from clouds, point c is water in a lake, and point d is water from the lake turning into gas in the atmosphere. transpiration condensation evaporation precipitation question 8 the answer to this is condensation i just took the test it meant the step that follows after d hope this

Your question is unclear but, based on the context, it is clear to me that the point that comes after C (point D) refers to the process of evaporation. Please try to post a picture of the diagram and make your question clearer next time.

Explanation:

Question 5: Evaporation

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Explanation:

Evaporation and transpiration will make step C go into step D. This involves the conversion or change of state of liquid water into the gaseous form. Water escapes from surface bodies of water and plants to form clouds in the atmoshpere.

A directory of relatives' phone numbers

A family communication plan should important contain the phone directories of relatives in case of emergencies or disasters. This can help any lay person reach out to other family members.

Evaporation

The change of state from liquid to gas in the atmosphere is known as evaporation. It is an important process in the hydrological cycle for the movement of water.

Storm surge

During an hurricane, the force of the wind will cause ocean water to move landward and flood coastal areas. Florida is coastal state and it would be severly devastated by the hurricane.

Typhoon

Typhoons are tropical storms or tropical cyclone. Florida has a local weather similar to tropical regions of the world.

True

Communication plnas are useful for families as they can easily locate themselves after a disaster.

Evaporation

Explanation:

From point C to D, this is a phase change from liquid to gas and it would be depicted by evaporation.

The water cycle presents the transformation of water from one form to another on our planet.

From Point A to B in which water falls from clouds is a precipitation step. Point B to Point C is the step in which surface water runs into lakes. Point C to Point D where water turns to gas in the atmosphere is evaporation. The from point a D back to A is condensation.

Evaporation

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Evaporation

Explanation:

From C to D, the phase changes from liquid to gas and it is called evaporation.

Evaporation is a phase change process in which liquid water is converted to gaseous vapor.

During evaporation, the liquid is heated till the particles gain sufficient energy that allows the molecules to escape. The reverse process in which gas is turned to liquid is called condensation.

Evaporation

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A. condensation

B. precipitation

C. transpiration

D. condensation

Explanation:

I did a whole project on this its correct for sure!

a is condensation

b precipitation

c is transpiration

d is condensation

Explanation:

1: AIR PRESSURE
2: A DIRECTORY OF RELATIVES PHONE NUMBER
3: HURRICANE
4: TRUE
5: NOT SURE BECAUSE THERE IS NO DIAGRAM
6: EVAPORATION
7: WILDFIRE
8, 9, 10 I WILL NOT ANSWER BECAUSE THAT IS AN ESSAY IN WHICH YOU WILL BE CAUGHT FOR PLAGARISM

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