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The person can provide a common underlying meaning for several kinds of superficially different representations and transform any given representation into an equivalent representation in another form. The person spontaneously uses representations to explain a phenomenon, solve a problem, or make a prediction. LEVEL 5: REFLECTIVE, RHETORICAL USE OF REPRESENTATIONS When asked to explain a physical phenomenon, the person uses one or more representations to explain the relationship between physical properties and underlying entities and processes.
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