Benchmark 8E: The Designed World - Information Processing
(grades 9-12, page 203)
  • Computer modeling explores the logical consequences of a set of instructions and a set of data. The instructions and data input of a computer model try to represent the real world so the computer can show what would actually happen. In this way, computers assist people in making decisions by simulating the consequences of different possible decisions. (1 of 3)
  • Standard 1-4 page 137, Grades 9-12
    Apply the process of mathematical modeling to real-world problem situations