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Complexity and chaos

Chaos is defined as a state of utter confusion or disorder, a total lack of organisation or order. This is different than complexity. Learn more here.

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Chaos is defined as a state of utter confusion or disorder, a total lack of organisation or order. This is different than complexity, with which chaos is often confused.

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