their shape, each snowflake has a unique shape.
because it changes the melting and refreezing of the snowflake, changing the shape.
A snowflake would be an irregular figure.
It depends on the air temperature and the water vapor when the snowflake forms.
it is related because a snowflake is a symmetrical shape
The snowflake is water that turns in to ice and comes down in a different shape.
There is no basic shape to a snowflake; it is just a molecule of different elements from clouds.
They fall in Different shape but they are the same shape
there is no one shape of a snowflake they are all different in there own way
a shape that is found in nature with irregular edges or side.ex: snowflake
A snowflake normally has six sides which are also known as branches. All snowflakes take the shape of a hexagon.
well if a snowflakes melts at 80 degrees then the snowflake will be a puddle of water. So the temperature has to be a reasonable freezing point to keep the shape structured together. your welcome <3 :))
maths involved in making a 3d snowflake is:when we cut the pieces....we cut them in square shapeswhen we cut the folded triangle..we cut symmetricallywhen the snowflake is ready..it is very symmetrical in shapeorigami is used in making this 3d snowflake.....which was used in designing shapes in ancient times.
A hexagon is a polygon with six sides. A snowflake is generally hexagonal.
snowflakes are shaped like stars
The author is Masaru Emoto and the books is called 'The Hidden Messages in Water.'
Yes, it does! it affects the size and shape of the ice crystals that make up a snowflake. if the temperature is colder,it affects bigger and heavier ice crystals, therefore changing the snowflake!
Fulg de zÄƒpadÄƒ is a Romanian equivalent of 'snowflake'.
The address of the Snowflake Heritage Foundation is: 1020 W Flake Ave, Snowflake, AZ 85937-5093
Because it is a flake of snow
The snowflake is "die Schneeflocke".
A snowflake has six spokes.
A snowflake is a natural form.
what is a "snowflake baby"
there are 12 fingers on a snowflake.