Research Strategy for Solving a Problem

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   * Develop a research strategy for solving a problem.

To develop a research strategy for solving a problem. One must cover the studies to find a response to the problem. In today society, most people use the internet because it is quick and easy. Nevertheless, some people use books and other literature resources because they like the old fashion way of researching. However, the strategy is to use what people think what is best to solve the problem and what will give better results. The problem need to plan and organized as well as analysis and interpret to benefit the problem. (You need to add more information from your book and cite it at the bottom of the page)

>     * Explain how research is applied in everyday life.

In everyday life, we use research. We want to stay up with the time because the world changes every day. We want to learn new things in life. We set goals in life whether they are short or long-term goals. We want to reward ourselves with some positive influences and make the right choices. We want to make good decisions, find answers, and get the best results. In the research, we want to make sure that it is a safe results and how can we contribute, take part, help, do something and play an active role in the process.

(And cite your reference or resources at the bottom of the page and add information from the book because professors check to see if you read the information and if you have your facts together)

I have never written a paper before.

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
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