### EXPLORING STUDENT MATHEMATICAL ENGAGEMENT USING ADAPTED WATSON’ ANALYTICAL TOOL

**Baiq Rika Ayu Febrilia**, IKIP Mataram, Indonesia

**Ita Chairun Nissa**, Departement of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Mathematics and Science Education, IKIP Mataram, Indonesia

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