1. The two main approaches of a research are ______.

[A] Data collection and data analysis
[B] Sampling and data collection
[C] Qualitative and quantitative
[D] Surveys and questionnaires

Answer: Option C

2. Qualitative research is _____.

[A] Primarily concerned with in-depth exploration of phenomena
[B] Without any specific purpose
[C] Deals with the collection and analysis of numerical data
[D] None

Answer: Option A


3. Fundamental research is usually carried out in ______.

[A] Classroom
[B] Laboratory conditions
[C] Field setting
[D] Social setting

Answer: Option B

4. A researcher designs an experiment to test how variables interact to influence how well children learn spelling words. In this case, the main purpose of the study is _____.

[A] Explanation
[B] Prediction
[C] Description
[D] Influence

Answer: Option A


5. The research which is exploring new facts through the study of the past is called ______.

[A] Philosophical research
[B] Historical research
[C] Mythological research
[D] Content analysis

Answer: Option B


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