Analyze how finding out the biggest and smallest values of something are often as revealing as knowing what the usual value is.
Unifying Concepts of Science.
Models and Scale (MAS)
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Explain how one way to describe something is to say how it is like something else.
Explain that something may not work if some of its parts are missing.
Realize that as the complexity of any system increases, gaining an understanding of it depends increasingly on summaries (such as averages and ranges) and on descriptions of typical examples of that system.
Explain that sometimes people aren’t sure what will happen because they don’t know all the factors that may have an effect on the outcome.
Analyze how the output of one part of a system, which can include materials, energy or information, can become the input to other parts.