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Models are used by scientists to analyze and understand a system. How do models compare to what a scientist might be studying? A. Most models are larger than what the scientist may be studying. B. Most models simplify what the scientist is studying. C. Most models will be more complex than what the scientist is studying. D. Most models are created as exact copies of what the scientist is studying.

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