Analyze how the output of one part of a system, which can include materials, energy or information, can become the input to other parts.
Unifying Concepts of Science.
Systems and Energy (SAE)
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Discover that collections of pieces (e.g., powders, marbles, sugar cubes or wooden blocks) may have properties that the individual pieces do not.
Recognize that thinking about things as systems means looking for how every part relates to others.
Estimate or predict the effect that making a change in one part of the system will have on other parts, and on the system as a whole.
Analyze how finding out the biggest and smallest values of something are often as revealing as knowing what the usual value is.
Discover how a system may stay the same because nothing is happening or because things are happening that exactly balance each other out.