Evaluate the causes of a system’s inefficiency.
Apply concepts of systems, subsystems, feedback and control to solve complex technological problems.
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Analyze and describe the effectiveness of systems to solve specific problems.
Analyze or compare the use of both direct and indirect observation as means to study the world and the universe (e.g., behavior of atoms, functions of cells, birth of stars).
Explain the concept of system redesign and apply it to improve technological systems.
Describe or interpret recurring patterns that form the basis of biological classification, chemical periodicity, geological order, or astronomical order.
Identify the function of subsystems within a larger system (e.g., role of thermostat in an engine, pressure switch).