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My IA is due tomorrow and I'm almost done. However, today my teacher mentioned that most people would be unable to score a 5 on Criterion D (results) which mentions that "the student gives a correct informal justification of a general statement".

What does the rubric mean by "informal justification"?

Thanks!

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OP is taking math SL, which is an informal justification. However, if math SL students give a formal proof, they automatically recieve a 4/5. Informal justification just means sound reasoning with data that supports your results (which have to be correct).

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