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A review of Chapter 12 provides the following list of key words or items relating to the field of cosmology: redshift cosmological constant dark energy dark matter WIMPs inflationary model Big Bang flatness problem false vacuum state expanding universe Hubble law critical density Type Ia supernova In the spirit of previous Mapping It Out! exercises, organize these concepts into a meaningful hierarchy according to their relative importance, significance or scope, linking them as appropriate by words or short phrases that reflect the relationship between/among the various items, to form a concept map for this portion of Chapter 12. Does the structure of your map manifest a particular flow,” for example, large small; early late; simple complex; etc. If not, do you see any opportunities to re-organize your map to produce another model that might have such thematic trends, thereby making it easier to understand or master the information?

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A review of Chapter 12 provides the following list of key words or items relating to the field of cosmology:
redshift cosmological constant
dark energy dark matter
WIMPs inflationary model
Big Bang flatness problem
false vacuum state expanding universe
Hubble law critical density
Type Ia supernova

In the spirit of previous Mapping It Out! exercises, organize these concepts into a meaningful hierarchy according to their relative importance, significance or scope, linking them as appropriate by words or short phrases that reflect the relationship between/among the various items, to form a concept map for this portion of Chapter 12. Does the structure of your map manifest a particular flow,” for example, large Chapter 12, Problem 2MIO, A review of Chapter 12 provides the following list of key words or items relating to the field of , example  1small; early Chapter 12, Problem 2MIO, A review of Chapter 12 provides the following list of key words or items relating to the field of , example  2late; simple Chapter 12, Problem 2MIO, A review of Chapter 12 provides the following list of key words or items relating to the field of , example  3complex; etc. If not, do you see any opportunities to re-organize your map to produce another model that might have such thematic trends, thereby making it easier to understand or master the information?

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To determine

How various concepts of cosmology are related to each other by using concept mapping?

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Introduction:

Relations between concepts of cosmology can be understood in a hierarchical meaningful way via concept mapping.

The following figure shows a concept map for the same

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