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Stems Review Fid-Ethno Start Game
The stem “fin” means? Place Race or Culture Death End
Correct The stem “fin” means end Words with “fin” Final, define, infinite, finial, finis, Finisterre, infinitive
The stem “hedron” means? Race or Culture Sided Object Foot or Child Flesh
Correct The stem “hedron” means sided object Words with “hedron” Polyhedron, tetrahedron, heptahedron, octahedron, icosahedron
The stem “ambul” means? Death Walk Flesh Full of
Correct The stem “ambul” means walk Words with “ambul” Ambulatory, somnambulism, funambulist, ambulance, perambulate
The stem “ous” means? End Full of Soul Walk
Correct The stem “ous” means full of Words with “ous” Luminous, glorious, loquacious, vivacious, garrulous, anomalous, zealous
The stem “topo” means? Place Walk Foot or ChildSided Object
Correct The stem “topo” means place Words with “topo” Topographical, topology, topic, topiary, toponym, topognosia
The stem “ped” means? Sided Object Foot or Child Soul End
Correct The stem “ped” means foot or child Words with “ped” Orthopedist, pedagogue, centipede, expedition, pedestrian, pedestal
The stem “mort” means? Death Full of Flesh End
Correct The stem “mort” means death Words with “mort” Mortal, mortician, mortified, immortality, mortuary
The stem “carn” means? End Full of Flesh Walk
Correct The stem “carn” means flesh Words with “carn” Carnivorous, incarriate, reincarnated, carnival, carnation, carnage
The stem “psych” means? Place Walk Soul Sided Object
Correct The stem “psych” means soul Words with “psych” Psychology, psychic, psychopathic, parapsychology, psychosis
The stem “ethno” means? Race or Culture Sided Object SoulFull of
Correct The stem “ethno” means race or culture Words with “ethno” Ethnocentrism, ethnic group, ethnography, ethnologist
WWW LIST # 9 Take notes in notes notebooks Write the stem, meaning, and at least 2 example words.
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Word Within the Word List 10 Stem 1 Ped: foot or child Examples: Pedestrian: a person traveling on foot Pediatrician: a doctor for children.
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Surface Area: Add the area of every side. = ( ½ 10 12) + 2( ½ 18 8) + ( ½ 9 8) = (60) + 2(72) + (36) = = 240 u 2 12 SA = ( ) 18.
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