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So I saw this guys math hl ia and I really liked it and was genuinely interested in the topic. I also found it easier to understand in comparison with other topics.

Question: He uses this particular method for the modeling. Is it considered plagiarism if I use him same method. 

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There is a line that you should find for yourself between borrowing an idea (and cite it properly) and copying a work. For high school I would put that as aiming for 40%+ entirely original approach and/or content (and 100% content in your own words/logic). Now if you are going to talk about this model, that should not be the entirety of the IA but perhaps you can expand it, compare it with another model, or analyze assumptions or other aspects that the original author did not discuss. 

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