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Models represent objects in the real world. How do models compare to real-world objects? A. Most models are more complex than the real-world object. B. Most models represent a real-world object in a simpler way. C. Most models are exact copies of real-world objects. D. Most models are smaller than real-world objects.
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A) You do modeling for objects when they look too complex. Thus a model is a simpler version. B) Read A C) Models are not exactly the same as real world objects. An example would be cells. A model is bigger than a cell. D) A model of a cell is bigger than a cell.
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so b

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Yes, nice job figuring it out.
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Real world is always more complex than just the model of it. Its like a real life to a video game.

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