What is a scientific model?
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!
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It allows you to determine possible outcomes without having to set up a large costly experiment.
A model of the solar system and a model of the earth or (global) are a few of the best answers for scientific models.
Scientific models are used for a few reasons. They are mainly usedfor logically approximating phenomena, empirical objects, and otherphysical processes.
They allow you to determine possible outcomes without having to set up large and costly experiments. In the pharmaceutical industry for example they use animal tissue models to test drugs on to give them some idea what the drug will do to people before they set up actual clinical trials costing millions to try it out on people. If it kills the tissue cultures or has no effect then they need to do more research before trying it on people. In ballistics if they came up with a new design of rocket they could build a smaller scale model to see if it flies the way they want it too, if the extra flets make it too bottom heavy etc. In chemistry it's useful to use molecular models to look at bonding patterns before attempting to make a new compound.
They allow you to determine possible outcomes without having to set up large and costly experiments. In the pharmaceutical industry for example they use animal tissue models to test drugs on to give them some idea what the drug will do to people before they set up actual clinical trials costing millions to try it out on people. If it kills the tissue cultures or has no effect then they need to do more research before trying it on people. Some limitations are the it is not always the actual size of the actual item you are modeling, such as creating an Earth model. Of course, it is not the actual huge size of the real Earth, but what it does do is show the continents, countries, states, islands, etc. Another limitation is that some models can be bulky. If you carry around an Earth model that is complicated with an orbit and the Sun, it will not be easy to carry. However, if you just made a simple Earth, it will be carried easily. One more is the models can't be exact. You can't exactly pin-point that continent on the Earth, or you can't exactly put the sun where it really is. Models are often not exact, unless it is created by a machine or a graph. But don't worry, models don't need to be exact, as long as they're representing what they need to represent.
A scientific model lets scientists see objects that are too complex. A globe would be an example of a model. Without models scientists would have a hard time understanding certain things Hope this helps
A scientific model is simply an idea that allows us to create . explanations of how we think some part of the world works. . That is the basic definition for it. . by the way are you taking snc1pa by ilc?
A really good question! A scientific model is a construction (itcan be mental or virtual only), that illustrates a scientificprinciple or demonstrates a theory. The model might make it easierto understand, but might also be used to predict additionalpossibilities--just like a theory. Scientific models havelimitations for the following reasons: 1) It was once believed that for a thing to be true, a model of howit works should be possible. This is no longer held to be true.Many phenomena in quantum mechanics have no models. 2) All scientific models must have specified limits. Beyond theselimits the behavior might be impossible to predict. 3) All logical analogies, including scientific models, are claimsthat because certain elements are the same in both the phenomenaand the model, then other (perhaps unnamed things) are likewisetrue. But this is just a claim.
an example of a scientific model is the solar system,the water cycle,etc. a model is a replica of somthing in a much smaller version.
The main purpose of a scientific model is to represent empiricalobjects, physical processes and phenomena in a logical andobjective way.
1. The solar system model of the atom . This model has the nucleus at the centre of the atom like the sun is in the solar system, and the electrons orbiting the nucleus like planets. This is useful for visualising electron energy levels, but it isn't what the atom actually looks like. . 2. The computer model of human brain function . This model compares the working of the human brain to a computer, where RAM is short term memory and the hard drives are long term memory. It also covers the senses, as they are like input into a computer. Information from the senses are also processed, like how a computer program will interpret data, and responses are like the computer's output. This is a very simplified description of the brain's function, but it works on some levels. . 3. A diagram . This model is like a map but actually is not. For example you could choose one on chimpanzees. You would draw where the chimpanzee goes, or how far they travel.
A scientific model is a model used in science to represent things that are far too large or small to study in depth. A scientific model can be used to represent things like space, atoms, or a volcano.
Well if we didn't have any models and so we would not have any models
The Particle Model of Matter A computer diagram of the human brain The solar system
Scientists and other experimental observers make experimental observations that need to be represented in such a way that the observations can be analysed precisely. Models may be used to detect patterns in those observations. Since any science is dynamic, these models are either constantly changed or are discarded when proven to be wrong. More so, the patterns detected from the use of models are used to provide explanations for behaviour or existence of the natural world as it is.
a scientific model is a small replica of something that has to do with science model has to have every detail right so that people can understand what your model is about without you having to explain it verbally
Models can represent things that are too small to see- atoms- or things that are too large to see completely- solar system.
Some limitations are: 1. When using a physical model, the model itself may not act like the real object. and 2. The model is only as good as the data that was put in it. So, if it is incorrect, the model is incorrect.
Scientific models may be used to represent things that might be toolarge or impossible to fit into one room. Globes, maps, anddrawings are used to represent the earth because we cannot fly intospace every time we need to look at it. We use models of atomsbecause they are too small to see. In some cases, scientific models are used to identify or examineprocesses or functions that may be too dangerous to performotherwise.
First I would like to explain about models and objective truth. The qualitative and quantitive scientific models are mans way to study nature and to discover its underlying laws. Yet, the models do not re[present the final truth.A scientific model is a physical, mathematical, or logical representaion of a complex system of entity or phenomenon with the particular representaion being an aid to a more objective understanding of what it represents. These representaions are models. There are usually two types of models, quallitive(descriptive) and quantitive (mathematical). the scientific status of models: A model is only an approximation, it is not proof. A good example of a scientific model is the "weather forecast" which is given with the help of models of climate. As we all know the weather forecast is never 100%. A good way to think of a scientific model is that your goal is that you want your model to be simple enough to fit the model to the data, but complicated enough so your data will give you parameters that help you undersatnd the system and design new experiments.. I hope that this helped you out.
They allow you to determine possible outcomes without having to set up large and costly experiments. In the pharmaceutical industry for example they use animal tissue models to test drugs on to give them some idea what the drug will do to people before they set up actual clinical trials costing millions to try it out on people. If it kills the tissue cultures or has no effect then they need to do more research before trying it on people.. In ballistics if they came up with a new design of rocket they could build a smaller scale model to see if it flies the way they want it too, if the extra flets make it too bottom heavy etc.. In chemistry it's useful to use molecular models to look at bonding patterns before attempting to make a new compound.
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the benefits of a scientific model is that you can observe and go in depth with data. they also help you show ideas
A model in science is a physical, mathematical, or logical representation of a system of entities, phenomena, or processes. Basically a model is a simplified abstract view of the complex reality. For the scientist, a model is also a way in which the human thought processes can be amplified. Models that are rendered in software allow scientists to leverage computational power to simulate, visualize, manipulate and gain intuition about the entity, phenomenon or process being represented. The model itself can be anything used to illustrate the concept. I.e. those styrofoam solar systems you see at science fairs, or even an equation.
Although scientific models are not fully accurate depictions of scientific and/or natural phenomena, scientific models are utilized to simplify and create an accessible medium in which complex scientific phenomena can be simplified into a compact and accessible format.
a scientific model is an approximation or simulation of a real system that omits all but the most essential variables scientists use them because the item they are trying to look at or examine is either to big or to small to observe by the human eye and because it makes it easier for the scientist to observe the item in a more simple way and understand it easier.
Scientific theory is not a model but the model can be construct to represent how any scientific theory work. Model of a large system e.g. earth's climate would contain many scientific theory of different field to make it work.
A scientific model is a reprensentation of an object or system, and it can be conceptual, graphical, or mathematical. AN example would be something like the model of the water cycle.
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Scientific models change to reflect ongoing research to explain discrepancies in current theory versus actual experimental results. No one, with the possible exception of your mother-in-law, knows everything, so we continue trying to explain why the current models work most of the time but not all of the time. For instance, Isaac Newton developed a few laws of things in motion that worked perfectly and without fail for apples falling on your head, bowling balls and freight trains in motion, but when a few people tried to "smash the atom", that is, to shoot a subatomic particle into the nucleus of an atom, it didn't work. Using Mr. Newton's laws and calculations, they missed every time. So along came Albert Einstein and mentor max Planck and a few others and, voila! we have a new set of rules, a new model, which works perfectly for little tiny particles...and voila again, we hit the thing dead center. I doubt that the rules of motion for little particles work for bowling balls, so we still need a tweeked theory that works for both - a new model once again. Ray
Yes. Scientific models are constantly being reworked based upon new pieces of evidence and research.
scientific models have limitations , in part, because many objects could not be modeled to scale
The main purpose of a scientific model is to represent empirical objects, physical processes and phenomena in a logical and objective way.
People use scientific models to represent an object or a system and explain it in a way that everyone can relate to, can familiarise with and understand easily.
The goal of scientific models is that the scientific models help see something more clearly in science.
scientific models have limitations, in part, because many objects could not be modeled to scale. For instance, if you make a model of an atom, and make 1 proton the size of a marble, the first electron will be about a mile away, and microscopic in size. Also, the solar system is a good example. The distance between the sun and each of the planets is much greater then is generally shown because they would spread over a few hundred yards by making the sun only the size of a basket ball, and the size of the planets is not done to scale because to make the smallest planet, Mercury, just 1 inch in diameter, jupiter would be almost 30 inches, or 2 1/2 feet in diameter, and the sun would be nearly 24 feet in diameter.
making a cell model is one way to show how pars of the cell fit together and it helps better understand the parts of a cell
yes they can be changed! Scientific models change to reflect ongoing research to explain discrepancies in current theory versus actual experimental results. .
they help in puting visuals aids to subject matters and help students to understand it better.
Scientific models need to be changed whenever a model is proved to be wrong through discovery of new evidence.
True scientific models must all lead to testable hypotheses; otherwise, they are unverifiable and not so different than speculation. Note that some scientific models may not be testable at the time they are proposed if the technology of that time is not available to conduct proper tests. Sometimes, the work that goes into figuring out ways of testing new hypotheses leads to the invention of new instruments or the design of new machines that can end up having benefits greater than what they were originally designed for.
They make it so as to explain or study something that cannot be seen with the human eye or something abstract, which needs models to help explain.
Scientific models are continually refined through experimentation. When experimental results, which violate the model, have been confirmed by a third-party then scientists seeks to change the model such that the results can be explained.
Scientific models can't show 100% of the reality that they model. Models are necessarily simplified versions of reality.
Newton's scientific theories depict a deterministic universe in which the state of the universe at any given moment will lead necessarily to a specific, and calculable new state. It has sometimes been described as a clockwork universe, one which runs like a huge machine.
That is how they were designed! A mathematical model based on thephysics had to be developed for each bomb type. . the MK-I "Little Boy" gun bomb was easily designed using onlyslide rule and mechanical calculator type computations . the MK-III "Fatman" implosion bomb was too complex for thosemethods, its design was worked out using multiple simulation runson a room full of electromechanical IBM punchcard unit recordmachines . Edward Teller's first hydrogen bomb design "The Super" wassimulated in a two month long run of the ENIAC electronic digitalcomputer that completed at the end of January 1946, themathematical model clearly demonstrated that it could not work . the first hydrogen bomb "Ivy Mike" was very complex, its designwas worked out by using multiple simulation runs on the MANIACelectronic digital computer, one of the fastest computers availablein 1952 . the various nuclear weapons design labs in countries around theworld have always been one of the major buyers of the highestperformance supercomputers that can be made in each time period, sothat they can run their nuclear weapons models to design, verify,evaluate safety, etc. each weapon
scientific model is a testable idea based on studies on aparticular subject. It is useful to scientist for further studiesand research on similar idea, subject.
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.
All the time. Whenever new evidence doesn't fit the model it has to be changed.
Scientific models are important because they help to visualizethings that are complex, very small, or very large. A model is arepresentation of a system or object.