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Welcome to the MySystem pre-prototype demo. To try the demo out, drag the modules at left into the main field and drag one terminal to another to connect them. Try using this demo space to create a MySystem diagram for the energy story below:

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"Jimmy made some breakfast on a lazy Saturday morning. He turned on the stove, put some water in a pot and heated it until it boiled. He took an egg out of the refrigerator and put it in the boiling water. When he was done, he enjoyed a perfect hard-boiled egg."

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Make a diagram showing the energy transfer occurring while the egg was in the boiling water. Don't forget to label the energy transfers with both the type of energy and the method of energy transfer involved.

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Note: Where energy is lost to the surroundings, indicate this loss by showing energy being transferred to the world image.

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Welcome to the MySystem pre-prototype demo. To try the demo out, + drag the modules at left into the main field. Drag from one + terminal to another to connect them with arrows. Try using this + demo space to create a MySystem diagram for the energy story + below:

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"Jimmy made some breakfast on a lazy Saturday morning. He turned + on the stove, put some water in a pot and heated it until it + boiled. He took an egg out of the refrigerator and put it in the + boiling water. When he was done, he enjoyed a perfect + hard-boiled egg."

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Make a diagram showing how energy was transformed from one form + to another and transferred from one place to another while the + egg was in the boiling water. Add a label to each energy + transformation describing the process. Also label each arrow + with the form of energy being transferred.

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Note: Where energy is lost to the surroundings, indicate this + loss by showing energy being transferred to the world image.