Week 4 DQ - This is to ensure that the solution to the math problem is correct The road map in which I would take in conducting research in the

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Running head: RESEARCH 1 Research GEN 200
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RESEARCH 2 Research On a day-to-day basis I research two specific things that are crucial in my life. I normally research the weather and check the solutions to my son’s math problems. Both of these examples usually need to be researched primarily because the weather may change at any time, and it is imperative that the clothing that is chosen for the next day fits the temperature for my family for school and work. When checking my son’s math homework, it is vital that all of the steps in completing the math problem are noted and precise.
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Unformatted text preview: This is to ensure that the solution to the math problem is correct. The road map in which I would take in conducting research in the University Library would include the following. Enter into the University Library and decide which library resource I plan to use, if choosing general resources, decide between EBSCOhost, Gale PowerSearch and PROQuest text as to the specifics of your research. Narrow your searches by specific details that meet the criteria for the research. Read the peer reviews, note all references and abstracts and begin your research....
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This note was uploaded on 08/02/2011 for the course GEN 200 general taught by Professor Love during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week 4 DQ - This is to ensure that the solution to the math problem is correct The road map in which I would take in conducting research in the

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