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R1, R2, and R3 ResponsesAssil Boussayri02/03/21English Composition IIR-1 Doing ResearchThis chapter informs students on how to about doing a research project. There are variousreasons why a person may undertake research. One of the vital reasons research is taken isbecause a person wants to make informed decisions. A person can research mundane thingssearch as finding the best recipe for baking a cake, or critical work such as finding a cure fora virus. When researching, a researcher has to use theories, statistics, or information fromvarious sources to produce an accurate result. Before a researcher undertakes any project, heor she has to put several factors in mind; firstly, what is the purpose of that research.Secondly, the audience to whom the research addresses. Also, the personal opinions or stanceof the researcher. The media is used to pass the information to the audience. Finally, the timeor period the researcher has to undertake his work. This chapter has helped me learn the
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