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In your own words, explain the water cycle.

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Explain the term water cycle.

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The water cycle is also named as hydrologic or hydrological cycle. It is the cycling process in which the continuous movement of the water occurs above and below the earth surface.

The radiation from the sun can evaporates the water, and the water vapors can form...

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