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Cement would work fine just make sure it's level and wAter can drain into it

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I need to know an example of each part of the water cycle listed below: a. Evaporation b. Precipitation c. Runoff d. Condensation e. Transpiration

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Evaporation - Hot sun shining on damp ground in morning. The moisture on the ground EVAPORATES as the ground dries.

Precipitation - Rain falling onto the ground is PRECIPITATION

RUNOFF - When rain falls onto the ground, some of it is absorbed into the ground. The portion that is NOT absorbed becomes RUNOFF in that it runs off the surface that it fell on.

CONDENSATION - Air contains water vapour, and the higher the temperature, the more water vapour it is capable of containing. This is expressed as relative humidity. When warm air that contains lots of water vapour is cooled, there will be a temperature reached where it cannot contain all of the water vapour that is present, so the excess water vapour CONDENSES on cooler surfaces. This process is called condensation.

If you Google TRANSPIRATION you will get a link to Wikipedia where you can read the definition. If you have problems with my explanations, you can also use Wikipedia to get the formal definitions.

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The water is dripping from the runoff, what is the problem?

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Runoff water not draining


The drainage holes are located just in front of the rear wheels under the car.
(near the support for hoisting the car)

The holes are covered by small rubber flaps.

These holes tend to clog so the water can no drain.

You can easily clean those with the car parked somewhere.



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