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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.
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