Item MO082001: A model can be a different shape than the thing it represents, and it can be a different color.

In what ways can a model be different from the thing it represents?

  1. A model can be a different shape than the thing it represents, and it can be a different color.
  2. A model can be different shape than the thing it represents, but it must be the same color.
  3. A model can be a different color than the thing it represents, but it must be the same shape.
  4. A model must be the same shape as the thing it represents, and it must be the same color.

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