Question 1 Certain types of methodology are more suitable for some research projects than others. F
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Certain types of methodology are more suitable for some research projects than others. For example, the use of questionnaires and surveys is more suitable for quantitative research whereas interviews and focus groups are more often used for qualitative research purposes.
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Pluto was one of the nine planets recognized to our solar system. But in 2021, it was relegated to the official status of dwarf planet by the international astronomical union (IAU). It will bring into clear focus once more what is, and what isn’t, meant by the term planet.
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