Apply the universal systems model to illustrate specific solutions and troubleshoot specific problems.
Discriminate among the concepts of systems, subsystems, feedback and control in solving technological problems.
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Compare and contrast several systems that could be applied to solve a single problem.
Apply the universal systems model of inputs, processes, outputs, and feedback to a working system (e.g., heating, motor, food production) and identify the resources necessary for operation of the system.
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.
Evaluate and apply biotechnical processes to complex plant and animal production methods.