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Research Objectives, Research Questions, and Hypotheses
After providing a brief introduction to this section, students should include research objectives, research questions, and hypotheses here. There should be 1 research objective, 1 research question, and 2 hypotheses (both a null and alternative) for each of the 6 problems described in the Statement of Problems section of the Course Project Guidance document.
Students should compose 6 short, direct, statements about the objectives of the study. Research objectives should relate directly to the 6 problems that have been described in the Statement of Problems and there should be 1 objective for each problem.
Each research objective should also have a corresponding research question and a null and alternative hypothesis as shown in the example below. Research questions and hypotheses should specifically state the variables being measured.
In total, there should be 6 research objectives, 6 research questions, and 12 hypotheses as shown below in the template.
Important Note: Students should refer to the information presented in the Unit II syllabus instructions to complete this section of the project. Delete instructions and examples highlighted in yellow before submitting this assignment.
Example:
RO1: Determine if a person’s height is related to weight.
RQ1: Is there a relationship between height and weight?
Ho1: There is no statistically significant relationship between height and weight.
Ha1: There is a statistically significant relationship between height and weight.
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References
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Creswell, J. W., & Creswell, J. D. (2018). Research design: Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches (5th ed.). SAGE.