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5 Written questions

4 Matching questions

  1. obviate
  2. prevalent
  3. discredit
  4. methods/methodology
  1. a 1. widespread (common)
  2. b 1. in advanced research writing, particularly in a dissertation or master's thesis, the section that reiterates the research question and hypothesis (review of the problem),
    presents the research design (overview of the approach), and discusses instruments and procedure to be used (how you will collect data), the data analysis plan (how you will draw conclusions), and the sample size justification (why your sample will be adequate for the research)
  3. c 5. lack of belief [noun]
  4. d 1. anticipate, provide for, and alleviate, as in getting rid of an argument's objection or a
    potential problem (avert)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 2. acclamation (high praise)
  2. 2. mysteriously unfathomable and profound
  3. 2. a supposition (assumption, guess, premise, theory)
  4. 2. a system, manner, or mode
  5. 1. the first page of a paper or assignment following a specific format, including a
    running head (header) and page number, title of the assignment or work, the author's name, and the school affiliation

5 True/False questions

  1. abstract1. renounce (disown, disavow, reject)


  2. prevalent1. strong liking (fondness, proclivity, desire)


  3. abstract1. an idea that is not a concrete reality (conceptual) [adjective]


  4. prevalent3. superior (predominant)


  5. abstract2. theoretical [adjective]


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