The deductive model that uses fixed research objectives, defines the terms that are relevant for the research, follows a fixed sequence of steps, and typically measure data using numbers is called:
A. quantitative research.
B. qualitative research.
C. survey research.
D. comprehensive research.

The deductive model that uses fixed research objectives, defines the terms that are relevant for the research, follows a fixed sequence of steps, and typically measure data using numbers is called:
A. quantitative research.
B. qualitative research.
C. survey research.
D. comprehensive research.

The deductive model that uses fixed research objectives, defines the terms that are relevant for the research, follows a fixed sequence of steps, and typically measure data using numbers is called quantitative research.

The deductive model that uses fixed research objectives, defines the terms that are relevant for the research, follows a fixed sequence of steps, and typically measure data using numbers is called: A. quantitative research. B. qualitative research. C. survey research. D. comprehensive research.

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