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How do physical systems differ from social systems?

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Sophia Imola

on 3 June 2016

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By: Sophia Imola
Can Systems have side effects?
Yes systems can have side effects. An example of a side effect would be if you had a phone and it overheated and shut down. Another example of a side effect would be if you had a stapler and the spring broke the side effect would be that it no longer wold work.
Questions I have for Day 2...
1. Can a side effect be reversed?
2. Are all side affects noticeable?
3. Are components broken down into smaller groups of components?
How do physical systems differ from social systems?
Physical systems differ from social systems because a physical system refers to systems that rely on a group of physical parts to perform a function. Examples of a physical systems are solar systems or even an animals digestive system. Social systems are systems like an ant colony, wolf pack, or a town. They are groups of people or other organisms that join together to perform a specific task or do a job.
What are some parts of a waste management system?
Some physical parts of a waste management system are machines at the site and compressor. The machines at the sites are physical because they are pieces of physical parts that work together to perform a function. Compressors are a part of the physical because it uses physical parts to compress the waste. Some social parts of a waste management system are the worker that work and the animals at the site of the waste management system (landfill). The workers are social parts of the system because they work together to make the system keep moving forward. The animals are social parts of the system because they work together to get waste people have thrown out to eat (carrots, apple cores, etc.)
Systems in Action
Do we live in a society where systems are now “throw away”?
Questions I have for Day 1...
1. Do all systems fit into either physical or social?
2. Are all things systems?
3. How do you tell if its a system or not?
Social Systems: Wolf Pack
Physical Systems: Solar System
Apple Headphones Inputs, Outputs
and Subsystems
The inputs of this system are ear buds, speaker, rear microphone, front microphone and the head set wire. The output of this system is to bring the sound from the device through the head phones and into you ear. This happens by you plugging the piece into your headphone jack. When you press play the sound goes through the headphones and into your ear.
What are the 6 simple machines?
a device that requires a single force to work; made of only one or two parts

1. The Inclined Plane
2. The Wedge
3. The Screw
4. The Lever
5. The Wheel and Axle
6. The Pulley
How do these differ?
Direction: a course along which someone or something moves
magnitude:The quantity of force
These differ because one (direction) is the way something or someone goes and the other (magnitude) is the amount of force.

The units to measure force is newtons after Sir Isaac Newton. It take approximately one newton (1 N) of force to hold up an apple.
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