# 3. What is the water cycle?​

3. What is the water cycle?​

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1. dnarioproctor says:

Evaporation, condensation, precipitation

Explanation:

2. cexe5624 says:

It is the circular pathway of water on the earth from the atmosphere, to the  surface, to the ground, and back.

Respiration is the way that plants release water into the atmosphere.

3. brookekolmetz says:

4

Explanation:

The number 4 in the hydrologic cycle depicts surface runoff.

The hydrologic cycle depicts the cyclic movement of water between different earth components.

It shows water in all its phases.

From the attached image, runoff is depicted 4. Runoff is water that moves on the surface after precipitation. Number 1 is evaporation where water changes to vapor. Number 2 is condensation where the vapor cools back to liquid. Number 3 is precipitation where the liquid water is forced down under gravity. On the surface, the water runs as runoff.

Biogeochemical cycle

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4. mariahchaparro08 says:

Evaporation, condensation, precipitation & collection

Explanation:

5. aaronjewell3235 says:

I took the test hope this helps 🙂

6. arroyoe342 says:

4

Explanation:

The number 4 in the hydrologic cycle depicts surface runoff.

The hydrologic cycle depicts the cyclic movement of water between different earth components.

It shows water in all its phases.

From the attached image, runoff is depicted 4. Runoff is water that moves on the surface after precipitation. Number 1 is evaporation where water changes to vapor. Number 2 is condensation where the vapor cools back to liquid. Number 3 is precipitation where the liquid water is forced down under gravity. On the surface, the water runs as runoff.

Biogeochemical cycle

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$Which number represents runoff on the hydrologic cycle diagram? 1 2 3 4 illustration of water cycle$

7. yaneli0717 says:

The water cycle is basically the whole entire process about how much the water goes around/ circulates through things like land, the atmosphere, etc. it also involves rain, snow, rivers, etc. Then caused by evaporation and transpiration it all returns to the atmosphere.

Explanation: Hope this helped!