A scientific model is a reprensentation of an object or system. An example of a scientific model would be a diagram of a cell or a map ..... Even a model rocket!
A scientific model can be a simple way of representing something more complex. Using a scientific model can be cheaper and more practical than using the real thing. A scientific model can be use in many areas of science. Astronomers can use a scientific model to represent things they study in space.
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