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How is a model of an atom different from a real atom? A. A model of an atom is not as big as an actual atom. B. A model of an atom is the same as a real atom. C. A model of an atom is more complex than a real atom. D. A model of an atom is not as small as an actual atom.

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    I would say D. The model of the atom is made to ease . So it's kinda big so we can learn it in a very clear proper way. The real atom is much smaller. Very small..

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