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Air becomes saturated when it cools to its:
a) evaporation point
b) transpiration point
c) dew point
d) cloud point

Two ways to change humidity are:
a) height and weight
b) force and friction
c) speed and direction
d) temperature and amount of water vapor

When air is holding all the water it can, it is:
a) empty
b) saturated
c) transpiring
d) dry

Which can hold more water?
a) there is no difference
b) old air
c) cold air
d) warm air

Clouds form through:
a) transpiration
b) evaporation
c) condensation
d) precipitation

Rain, sleet, snow and hail.
a) precipitation
b) condensation
c) transpiration
d) evaporation

Plants releasing vapor into the air through leaves.
a) precipitation
b) transpiration
c) evaporation
d) condensation

The amount of water vapor in the air.
a) condensation
b) precipitation
c) evaporation
d) humidity

When water vapor cools and changes back into a liquid.
a) evaporation
b) transpiration
c) condensation
d) runoff

When liquid water changes into water vapor.
a) evaporation
b) condensation
c) transpiration
d) precipitation

Cold soda cans sometimes leave wet rings on tables because of:
a) precipitation
b) transpiration
c) evaporation
d) condensation

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