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A typical system is a set of components that work together to achieve a specific goal or perform a particular task. It can be a physical system, such as a rocket, satellite, car, a computer, or a factory, or it can be a conceptual system, such as a financial system, a social system, or a political system.

A typical physical system has three main components: input, process, and output. The input component receives raw materials or data from the external environment. The process component converts the input into a desired form or output. The output component delivers the final product or result to the external environment.

A typical conceptual system also has three main components: elements, relationships, and function. The elements are the parts or components that make up the system. The relationships are the connections or interactions between the elements. The function is the purpose or goal of the system.

In both physical and conceptual systems, there is often feedback, which is information that is returned to the system to regulate its operation or adjust its performance. For example, a thermostat is a feedback system that regulates the temperature in a room by turning the heating or cooling system on or off based on the temperature readings it receives.

Overall, a typical system is a complex and dynamic network of components that work together to achieve a common goal or perform a specific task.

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