Research by nature is investigative. Being investigative, it has objectives to achieve.These specific objectives are stated in the specific statements of the problem which in turn will determine the kind of hypothesis(e) that will be stated and tested.From this point to the end of the paper, every part is connected to the previous up to the end of the book. Violation of said interconnectedness will lead to the creation of spurious results no matter how strong are the statistical tools used to treat the data.
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