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what are two examples of these four types of systems?
Physical systems designed by people
Naturally occuring physical systems
Social Systems that I am a part of
Naturally occuring social systems

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  1. Physical systems designed by people
    cities

    Naturally occuring physical systems
    canyons

    Social Systems that I am a part of
    school

    Naturally occuring social systems
    families

    I've given you one example of each. I'm sure you can think of other examples.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. thank u!! :) i just really didn't know wut they meant so i couldn't give examples, thanks for the help i really appreciate it!

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  3. I wasn't sure about the last one -- so I Googled it and got some ideas.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. my second examples i put down are:
    countries
    volcanos
    school council
    friends

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  5. would those be correct?

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  6. School council is a variation on school. Social systems that you're part of include your neighborhood, circle of friends, and perhaps your church/synagogue/mosque or Scouts, Y, etc.

    Friends are not a naturally occurring social group because you choose your friends. In addition to family, people are born into an ethnic group and have kinship or tribal groups.

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    Ms. Sue
  7. ohk thanks for all ur help!

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  8. You're welcome.

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    Ms. Sue
  9. Everyone here...

    You guys have no clue
    how much you guys just
    helped me..
    like seriously..

    Thanx!!!

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  10. terrific i had no clue!

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  11. i have a question

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  12. I love u guys for this

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  13. Feet

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  14. i couldn't find out a second naturally occurring social system can i have some help please

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  15. Male/Female bonding
    Boy Gang
    These two social systems natually form in all societies and form the most basic units that give rise to more complex social structures.

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  16. my mum is a maths teacher so im not that great at science

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  17. Ok babe

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  18. Anyone know more physical systems designed by people????

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  19. SUP

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  20. Je comprand pas quest-ce-que tous le monde dis.... :\ ._.

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  21. yolo

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  22. HELLO LADIES

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  23. Thanks! I could really use this for my homework!!

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  24. Thanx so mooch helpe bigge toom

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  25. ftftfrfr7re6ug7ub gg

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  26. Jobs, Maybe the government
    Plants, Mountains, or anything nature has itself I guess
    Your friends go here,
    Social learning

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  27. I dont know how did you get this question but this question is our assignment in science

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  28. sex

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  29. lol i like how we are all copying the answer of ms sue but thx becca for asking cause if you didn't i would fail science

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  30. This saved my science in 2020 thx!

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