Using the general and specific problem statements that you created as guides, along with any improvements that you have made, develop two quantitative research questions that would align with the specific problem statement.
This is the next installment building upon the previous order you completed # 82210931(Problem Statement). Please complete this assignment with the following instructions: Project C: Quantitative Research Question Typically there are at least two research questions to any dissertation. Research questions stem from the purpose of your research study. The format of the question(s) will depend upon the method that is being used (i.e. quantitative or qualitative). Quantitative oriented dissertations typically have several research questions, along with corresponding hypotheses and null hypotheses. From the Dissertation Manual (2018) research questions, are the questions the researcher needs to ask in order to accomplish the purpose of the study and address the problem statement (p. 9). Consider your problem statements from Project B. Using the general and specific problem statements that you created as guides, along with any improvements that you have made, develop two quantitative research questions that would align with the specific problem statement. Quantitative research questions will generally be used to test or describe variable relationships. Include in your discussion the typical features that are used in quantitative research, and how your questions accomplish this. Finally, what is the purpose for doing this research? Write a purpose statement which begins, The purpose of this quantitative study is to. It may require you to go back and adjust one or both of your research questions. Thats okay! The goal is for a reader to be able to clearly see the linkage between the problem, the purpose, and the research questions, as a result of the research method. Summary of Tasks for Project C: 1. Write out your generic problem statement and your specific problem statement (just the paragraph or two that contains these two sentences, along with the scholarly resources). Minimum resources should be two. 2. Write a section (maximum of 250 words) on the purpose of your research study. Again, use scholarly resources. Minimum resources should be two, and may be the same or different from the problem statement resources. 3. Write the reasons for selecting the quantitative method, and how your questions meet the typical features of quantitative research. Again, resources specific to research should be used; a minimum of two. 4. Write the research questions. 5. Be sure to include a properly formatted title page and reference page.

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