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Concept: Linear Equations
Unconsciously Incompetent: Notice a pattern and can use it to reach an answer
Consciously Incompetent: Notice a pattern and are aware that there is a better way to calculate an answer but still just uses the pattern to get to the next solution.
Consciously Competent: Understands and calculates slope (rate of change) to calculate answer
Unconsciously Competent: Uses slope to plot change and uses the starting value to create an equation and to graph a solution
Consciously Masterful: Recognizes that a real world situation can be solved with a linear equation. Also it is understood that by plotting the line they are showing all possible solutions to this real life situation.
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