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How are cays formed?

A cay is formed when ocean currents transport loose sediment across the surface of a reef to a depositional node, where the current slows or converges with another current, re (MORE)

How is a cay formed?

A cay is formed by ocean currents carrying sediment to reef  depositories. Once it has reached the reef depository, it will  either slow down or join with another current to (MORE)

What are the advantages of cai?

Advantages of CAI • one-to-one interaction • great motivator • freedom to experiment with different options • instantaneous response/immediate feedback to the answers (MORE)
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What happens in chapter 10 of The Cay?

a storm comes upon the island. phillip and timothy are greatful that they have an over flowing supply of safe drinking water. phillip and timothy tell each other about them se (MORE)
In The Cay

In the book The Cay how did timothy and Phillip become stranded on a cay?

Timothy and Phillip first got stranded on the cay because of WW2. Phillip and his mother went on the S.S.HATO to go to America while his father stayed and worked. The boat was (MORE)

What is a cay?

A cay is a synonym for key - as in The Florida Keys. Cay; A low island or reef of sand or coral.

How do cays form?

A Cay is formed when Ocean currents loose sediments as they pass over reefs Gradually layers of deposited sediment build up on the surface of the reefs
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In The Cay

Who adopted timothy in The Cay?

IN the cay, it never mentioned Timothy being adopted, only him being in the orphanage. He was most likely, (since this was before MLKJ's speech,) paid for as a slave to the fr (MORE)