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Katie designed an experiment to show a water cycle process. The steps of the experiment are shown below. Pour some water into a small plastic cup. Place the cup carefully into a dry zip lock bag. Zip the bag and keep it in the sun. Observe that the water droplets are dripping from the top of the bag. Which of these processes in the water cycle is demonstrated by Katie in the experiment? runoff infiltration precipitation transpiration

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My first thought would be evaporation, then condensation...But as those are not choices, and the water is dripping from the top of the bag, that would be precipitation.
I'm not taking a test for you am I? XD
Nopee , lol . & thanks

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Haha, good luck. :)

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