# PRACTICAL RESEARCH 2 - 1ST QUARTER MIDTERM EXAM

Practical Research 2
Philippines Curriculum: SHS Applied Track Subjects

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50 questions
• Q1

A type of research that is an objective, systematic, empirical investigation and uses statistics to verify data, relationships among variables, to come up with objective conclusion that can answer the problem of the research (Faltado, R.E., et.al,2016).

Qualitative

Quantitative

Applied

Pure

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• Q2

All of these are strengths of Quantitative Research except:

Easier analyses of numerical data. Using statistically valid random models, findings can be generalized to the population.

Statistical techniques. Statistics makes the vital characteristics of the data easier to understand.

Objective. It means that it is not prone to misinterpretations since it provides numerical data.

Nonreplicable. Study cannot be replicated in different areas or time with the formulation of comparable findings.

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• Q3

All of these are weaknesses of Quantitative Research except:

Cost-Friendly. More number of respondents, the greater will be the expenses.

If not done properly and correctly, the data from the questionnaires maybe incomplete or inaccurate. Some respondents do not take the research seriously and only guess the answer.

Contextual information factors that may help interpret the differences in the result is usually ignored. Many information is hard to gather with the use of structured instrument.

Requires large number of respondents.  Since in statistics, the larger the sample the more accurate is the result.

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• Q4

This type of quantitative research describes the nature, characteristics and components of the population or phenomenon and the frequency it occurs in the said population.

Experimental

Descriptive

Correlational

Evaluation

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• Q5

This type of quantitative research studies the relationship and extent of relationship between and among variables. The causal reason underlying them may not be investigated.

Evaluation

Experimental

Descriptive

Correlational

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• Q6

This type of quantitative research studies or assess the effects, impacts or outcomes of practices, policies and programs.

Descriptive

Evaluation

Correlational

Experimental

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• Q7

This type of quantitative research studies the cause-and-effect relationship under conditions controlled by the researcher.

Experimental

Evaluation

Correlational

Descriptive

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• Q8

This type of quantitative research is also called ex post facto. It gets its conclusion by studying events that occurred in the past and how it results to the present condition.

Correlational

Causal-Comparative Research

Descriptive

Evaluation

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• Q9

All of these are importance of Quantitative Research except:

Helps in Testing theories

Objective and reliable data collection

Establishes relationships between variables

Making the research problem vague

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• Q10

This type of variable is included in the research but must be keep in check or controlled because it may have an effect on the relationship of independent and dependent variable.

Controlled

Nuisance

Extraneous

Confounding

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• Q11

This type of variable is included in the research that get out of control and affected the relationship of independent and dependent variable.

Controlled

Extraneous

Nuisance

Confounding

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• Q12

This type of variable is not included in the research but must be keep in check or controlled because it may have an effect on the relationship of independent and dependent variable.

Extraneous

Controlled

Confounding

Nuisance

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• Q13

This type of variable is the one that is manipulated by the researcher and considered the "cause" on some studies. It is influenced by other variables hence its name.

Dependent

Independent

Extraneous

Nuisance

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• Q14

This type of variable is the one that that changes as a result of the independent variable manipulation. It’s the outcome or the "effect" that the researcher is interested in measuring, and it is influenced by independent variable.

Extraneous

Independent

Dependent

Nuisance

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• Q15

This type of variable can be measured numerically.

Dependent

Qualitative

Quantitative

Independent

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