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JhonSmith

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  1. I have a question concerning criterion D, reflection. So, in the N14 subject report they state that "reflection needs to take place throughout the exploration, through candidates isolating themselves from the problem, to see it from another point of view and to analyze its limits...", now what do they mean when they say that we should analyze the limits of the problem? I get that we should reflect and evaluate our approach and recognize limits such as assumptions but what’s this all about? Furthermore, in the N15 subject report it is stated that “critical reflection has a metacognitive aspect to it that involves isolating a problem, looking at it from different perspectives and analyzing the findings”, about looking at it from different perspectives, if my IA is based on a mixing problem in calculus (you know when you have a certain rate of liquid coming in and a certain rate coming out of a bucket) and I want to find when the concentration reaches x in the bucket (using differential equations) then how can I look at that from different perspectives? I know this is a long question lol but I would very much appreciate your answers
  2. If I use another IA as the base for my IA by using the same introduction, arguments, and evaluation but I rephrase everything so that it is not detected by turnitin would it be counted as plagiarism and would they even find out? Also notice that I changed the independent variable but otherwise my IA based on the other one.
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