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Evaluating the significance of a report's problem/interst

Evaluate and explain the significance of a report's main problem/interest whose introductions could require coverage of methods of collecting data, historical background, and limitations.

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The reasoning on why a report should contain the problem as well as the methods of collecting data, historical background and limitations are important. For example, a person's work is unique to what he or she wants to study, and by going this route one learns that it is imperative that detail is shown in order to have someone replicate it in the near future. The methods used in the study help a person ...

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This solution discussed methods of collecting data, background of the study and limitations as it pertains to reports.

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