Why Do Scientists Use Models?

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Scientists normally use models so as to refer to certain explanations or depictions of something. They also use them as a real life example to make predictions and come up with exact observations of their research.
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It creates a representation of something difficult to see.
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Models allows scientists to explore-in real-time, their various experiments
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There are many, if you need just one example try the plate tectonic model.
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Many scientists have reason to believe that it is an
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Models are one of the simplest ways to express an idea or a concept. Scientists, just like most creators, use models to visually map their ideas so that others may accept, or expand upon them.
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