Android activity life cycle - what are all these methods for

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What is the life cycle of an Android activity? Why are so many similar sounding methods (onCreate(), onStart(), onResume()) called during initialization, and so many others (onPause(), onStop(), onDestroy()) called at the end?

When are these methods called, and how should they be used properly?
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