What is the defining feature of a system?
properties that don’t change
gravitational force c
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When I think of something that's systematic, I think of Mcdonalds. Many restaurants spamming the universe. The food may be horrible. The service may be performed by mindless teenagers. But it's the same everywhere. Therefore, it's systematic.
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I think, not 100% sure.
Not all systems involve collisions or gravitational force. and just having properties that don't change doesn't make a system. But all systems have some sort of interaction going on within them. So I would go with C. Interactions
That could be right, like i said i dont know for sure. Hope you figure it out :)