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Models represent objects in the real world. How do models compare to real-world objects? A. Most models are larger than real-world objects. B. Most models are simpler than real-world objects. C. Most models are exactly the same as real-world objects. D. Most models are more scientific than real-world objects.

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    A) So a model of a mountain is larger than a mountain in real life? B) Real life objects are so complex we have to create multiple models just for one kind of things C) A star and a star of a model have huge size difference D) We model because we want to study more about it. Thus a model would not be as complex

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