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Encyclopedic entry. A fall line is the imaginary line between two parallel rivers, at the point where rivers plunge, or fall, at roughly the same elevation. Fall lines are often located where different elevation regions, such as coastal and piedmont, meet.

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  • Science > General

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  • Grade 5

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5 to C1 | Encyclopedic Entry

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English

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1.4.B: Washington State K-12 Mathematics Standards

Use a variety of non-standard units to measure length.
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