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Research Reports, Objective

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Objective research reports are most frequently quantitative in nature. Compared to subjective research reports, which are qualitative, objective research reports can be scientific and numerical. Both types of reports determine if a hypothesis is valid or invalid, but take different approaches to determine the answer. Objective research reports employ the use of statistics and quantitative data that yield results, and can be used in the social and physical sciences. Quantitative surveys are commonly used and provide objective conclusions to the data. Objective research reports can demonstrate many points of view and are meant to be unbiased. When data are reported and described in research reports, the facts are presented clearly and in a neutral manner. Opinions are more common in qualitative and subjective ...

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