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Mathematics is one of the difficult subjects to understand, especially for slow learners. Slow learner is a term for children who find it difficult to learn something, be it academics or skills. The present study aims to analyze the mathematical reasoning ability of slow learner students on straight-line equations. -The present study is an experimental research using the single-subject research (SSR) method. The design used is A-B-A. The data were collected through tests and documentation and were analyzed using “in-conditions” and “between-conditions” models. The results indicate that students performed slow learning process on straight-line equations using TANDUR framework. TANDUR means instill, experience, name, demonstrate, repeat, and celebrate. The results after the implementation of quantum learning showed no change between the group that was given the treatment and the group that was not given the treatment. From baseline 1, there was an increase in intervention from 4.5 to 8. However, it decreased in baseline 2, from 8 to 4. It can be concluded that the use of quantum learning does not have a positive effect on the mathematical reasoning abilities of slow learners. Thus, it is hoped that teachers should pay more attention to seek and implement the appropriate learning models for such learners.