Three sources of information that are needed when you are investigating a problem or issue are the l

Three sources of information that are needed when you are investigating a problem or issue are the l

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Three sources of information that are needed when you are investigating a problem or issue are the library, the computer or internet, and some type of professional person. The first place that a person would usually look for academic and professional information for an investigation of a problem or issue is the library, especially a good one. A good library will usually have many sources of information such as books, online directories, journals, magazines, newspapers, etc. All of these would contain reasonable
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Unformatted text preview: information for the investigation of a problem or how to solve a problem. A computer is another great source of information. If you go to a library and it does not contain the book that you are looking for, you could look online to find it. People are also good sources to investigating a problem or issue because many professionals have the answer to whatever question that you have. These people can be simple people that have experienced this, professionals who studied the problem, or experts....
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