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Unformatted text preview: the real world. Every day we make models in our heads to help us navigate the world. For example, you likely know how much time to allow to complete your math homework based on how much time it has been taking you to complete the work. Example: Constant Linearly increasing But the model does not equal reality – your professor may give you an assignment that takes you twice as long to do – then the “Real world” – i.e. your actual time to complete homework assignment does not match the model (your estimated...
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- Fall '08