Quantitative research

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- Q1What is the purpose of quantitative research?To conduct experiments on animalsTo explore opinions and beliefsTo analyze historical artifactsTo measure and quantify data30s
- Q2Which of the following is NOT a type of quantitative research?SurveysObservational studiesExperimentsinterview30s
- Q3What is a sample in quantitative research?A subset of the population being studiedThe entire population being studiedThe researcher conducting the studyAn individual within the population being studied30s
- Q4What is a variable in quantitative research?The time of day the study is conductedThe researcher conducting the studyA measurable characteristic that can changeThe location where the study is conducted30s
- Q5What is a hypothesis in quantitative research?A statement of fact about the population being studiedA personal belief or opinion of the researcherA summary of the data collectedAn educated guess or prediction about the relationship between variables30s
- Q6What is a control group in an experiment?A group that receives a different treatment than the one being testedA group that is observed but not testedA group that receives the same treatment as the one being testedA group that does not receive the treatment being tested30s
- Q7What is correlation in quantitative research?The degree to which two variables are related to each otherThe difference between two groups being studiedThe average of a set of data pointsThe number of times a particular event occurs30s
- Q8What is reliability in quantitative research?The consistency or repeatability of a measurement or testThe accuracy or correctness of a measurement or testThe statistical significance of the resultsThe ethical considerations involved in conducting a study30s
- Q9What is validity in quantitative research?The degree to which a measurement or test actually measures what it is supposed to measureThe ethical considerations involved in conducting a studyThe consistency or repeatability of a measurement or testThe statistical significance of the results30s
- Q10What is a t-test in quantitative research?A test used to compare the variances of two groupsA statistical test used to compare the means of two groupsA test used to measure the validity of a measurement or testA test used to measure the reliability of a measurement or test30s