Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Apply knowledge of control systems concept by designing and modeling control systems that solve specific problems.
Apply systems analysis, showing relationships (e.g., flowcharts, concept maps), input and output, and measurements to explain a system and its parts.
Analyze and describe the function, interaction and relationship among subsystems and the system itself.
Describe or interpret recurring patterns that form the basis of biological classification, chemical periodicity, geological order, or astronomical order.
Apply systems analysis to predict results.
Compare and contrast several systems that could be applied to solve a single problem.
Evaluate the causes of a system’s inefficiency.
Analyze and solve a complex production process problem using biotechnologies (e.g., hydroponics, fish farming, crop propagation).
Describe or interpret dynamic changes to stable systems (e.g., chemical reactions, human body, food webs, tectonics, homeostasis).
Use data to make inferences and predictions, or to draw conclusions, demonstrating understanding of experimental limits.