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  • 1. Models The uses and limitations of scientific models
  • 2. Models
    • One definition of a model is a representation of a person or thing, typically on a scale smaller than the original.
  • 3. An Example of a Model
    • What is this a model of?
    • How is the model different from the actual thing it represents?
    • If it is different from the original, why use this model?
  • 4. What does this represent?
  • 5. How is this one more accurate?
  • 6. How is this one different?
  • 7. How could we make this model even better?
  • 8. Earth and Moon
    • Which would be the best model of the earth, and which for the moon?
    • Why not the other way around?
    • An effective model follows proper scale.

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