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1.It all got absorbed by the sand but then when we started to put more water than 10 drops we started to see the sides of the cup get dark and then it started to go threw the paper.
2.It is like really what happens underground because the ground doesn't take in the water right away like the sand did but once it does it goes right to the rocks pretty fast like in real life.
3. Based on the information I knew that a drop of water can go pretty fast or get absorbed in less then 1 second. But we now know that it could go all the way down to elevation layer.
4. I think that humans use water in the ground to water there plants or make the ground less dry. Also people use it to make wells and get water. I do not think that this is easy because they need to dig and work hard.
5. They get it by drilling it up with tubes or for my example with the wells they might use buckets witch pull up the water in the bucket.
6.I think that it can move a lot after it goes threw the first layer of soil because it can go through the rock and the sand and gravel. But once it reaches the bedrock it does not go anywhere.
7.Yes because I thought once it get sucked up that it didn't go anywhere else but it turns out that it goes way farther down than that and it does not really stop moving. And it sometimes even takes what it went threw like the sand.