Within the past week we have been learning the correct way to write a research question. We are learning how to approach the question and what content it should include. The research question is a more central question then below you can have sub questions to help more define what you will be discussing.
To make this experience as pleasant as possible for the math-phobic, I drew you a picture. I’d like to introduce the world’s first Mathographic. Ok, it’s probably not the world’s first, and it’s really just an infographic, but give a guy credit for trying to keep you entertained
Fundamental Research Terms Defined. Gorgeous and helpful poster designed by students of UNT Research Center. Add a Dharma symbol (and correct a minor typo) and it could have been the kind of poster one might have seen in the background of "Lost." Download as pdf: http://art.unt.edu/designresearchcenter/sites/default/files/articles/research_v2_ryan_gupta_hermosillo.pdf