ELT 38- Electronics Research Design 1st Online Short Quiz

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Welcome BSET 3rd Year Block B Students to my Online Short Quiz in ELT 38-Electronics Research Design. Let us see and test how far did you understand the topics/lessons which had been discussed this past few weeks. Just " click " after the space of the letter in selecting the best answer for each statement. This Multiple Choice quiz is only good for 10 minutes. You only have one attempt to take the exam so make the best out of it. Good Luck!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    "Reseach is a process of scientific thinking that leads to the discovery or establishment of new knowledge or truth."

    • A.

      Isidro and Malolos

    • B.

      Good Scates

    • C.

      Kerlinger

    • D.

      Best

    Correct Answer
    A. Isidro and Malolos
  • 2. 

    Part of the thesis that shows the essence of the thesis author and their experience. 

    • A.

      Title Page

    • B.

      Acknowledgment

    • C.

      Abstract

    • D.

      Significance of the Study

    Correct Answer
    B. Acknowledgment
    Explanation
    The acknowledgment section of a thesis is where the author expresses their gratitude towards individuals or organizations who have provided support or assistance during the research and writing process. This section is an opportunity for the author to show their appreciation and recognize the contributions of others. It is a personal and subjective part of the thesis that reflects the author's experiences and relationships.

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  • 3. 

    It is the executive summary of research

    • A.

      Title page

    • B.

      Conclusion

    • C.

      Abstract

    • D.

      Statement of the Problem

    Correct Answer
    C. Abstract
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Abstract". The abstract is a concise summary of the research paper that provides an overview of the study's purpose, methods, results, and conclusions. It is usually located at the beginning of the paper and serves as a brief introduction to the research topic. The abstract helps readers quickly understand the key points of the study without having to read the entire paper.

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  • 4. 

    It is  a discussion of the circumstances or conditions, etc. that led to the conceptualization of the proposed research. 

    • A.

      Statement of the problem

    • B.

      Related Literature

    • C.

      Scope and Delimitation

    • D.

      Introduction

    Correct Answer
    D. Introduction
    Explanation
    The introduction section of a research paper provides an overview of the study and presents the context and background information. It typically includes a discussion of the circumstances or conditions that led to the conceptualization of the proposed research. The introduction helps to establish the relevance and importance of the study by highlighting the problem statement, reviewing relevant literature, and outlining the scope and delimitations of the research.

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  • 5. 

    This study will evaluate, assess, determine, construct, etc. (main problem, stating the concept of the study) 

    • A.

      Statement of the Problem

    • B.

      Scope and Delimitation

    • C.

      Significance of the Study

    • D.

      Related Literature

    Correct Answer
    A. Statement of the Problem
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Statement of the Problem" because it is the main component of a study that outlines the specific issue or concern that the research aims to address. It provides a clear and concise description of the problem and sets the direction for the entire study. The other options listed (Scope and Delimitation, Significance of the Study, Related Literature) are important components of a research study, but they are not the main problem statement.

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  • 6. 

    It includes the variables of the study, indicators or measures, population and respondents of the study, processes to be considered in gathering the data of the study

    • A.

      Statement of the Problem

    • B.

      Scope and Delimitation

    • C.

      Significance of the Study

    • D.

      Related Literature

    Correct Answer
    B. Scope and Delimitation
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Scope and Delimitation. The scope and delimitation of a study refer to the specific boundaries and limitations that the researcher sets for the study. It defines what aspects of the topic will be included and excluded from the research. This section of a research study clarifies the variables, indicators, population, and respondents that will be considered in gathering data. It helps to narrow down the focus of the study and provide a clear understanding of what will be investigated.

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  • 7. 

    It explains to the reader the importance, contribution or expected utility of this research to contemporary concerns and to the scientific/artistic domain of the field of study. 

    • A.

      Statement of the Problem

    • B.

      Scope and Delimitation

    • C.

      Significance of the Study

    • D.

      Notes

    Correct Answer
    C. Significance of the Study
    Explanation
    The significance of the study is an explanation of the importance and relevance of the research to contemporary concerns and to the scientific/artistic domain of the field of study. It highlights the potential contributions and expected utility of the research in addressing existing gaps in knowledge or providing practical implications. This section helps the reader understand the value and impact of the study, and why it is worth conducting and investing resources in.

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  • 8. 

    It highlights the similarities and differences of the studies conducted and how these findings support the present study 

    • A.

      Related Literature

    • B.

      Related Studies

    • C.

      Gap to be Bridge by the Study

    • D.

      Synthesis of the Art

    Correct Answer
    D. Synthesis of the Art
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Synthesis of the Art." This answer suggests that the study aims to bring together and analyze the existing literature and studies related to the topic. It implies that the study will examine the similarities and differences between these previous works and show how they support the current study. The term "synthesis" indicates a process of combining and integrating information from various sources to create a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter.

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  • 9. 

    Discuss the inconsistencies and vagueness of the findings of the studies previously conducted .

    • A.

      Synthesis of the Art

    • B.

      Definition of Terms

    • C.

      Gap to be Bridge by the Study

    • D.

      Related Studies

    Correct Answer
    C. Gap to be Bridge by the Study
    Explanation
    The given answer suggests that the purpose of the study is to bridge a gap that exists in previous research. This implies that there are inconsistencies and vagueness in the findings of the studies previously conducted, which the current study aims to address. The answer highlights the importance of the study in filling this gap and potentially providing more conclusive and clear findings.

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  • 10. 

    It provides discussions on the contribution of the theory to the field of specialization being undertaken.

    • A.

      Definition of Terms

    • B.

      Synthesis of the Art

    • C.

      Conceptual Framework

    • D.

      Theoretical Framework

    Correct Answer
    D. Theoretical Framework
    Explanation
    Theoretical Framework refers to a set of concepts, principles, and theories that form the foundation for a research study. It provides a structured framework for understanding and analyzing the research problem within a specific field of specialization. It helps to guide the research process by providing a theoretical lens through which the researcher can interpret and analyze the data. By using a theoretical framework, researchers can build upon existing knowledge and contribute to the field by expanding or refining existing theories or proposing new ones.

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  • 11. 

    The meaning of the terms are taken from the dictionary, encyclopedia or published materials such as books and journals.

    • A.

      Traditional definition

    • B.

      Technical definition

    • C.

      Operational definition

    • D.

      Conceptual definition

    Correct Answer
    D. Conceptual definition
    Explanation
    A conceptual definition is a definition that explains the meaning of a term by describing its abstract or theoretical concepts. It focuses on the underlying principles or ideas associated with the term rather than providing a precise or specific definition. This type of definition is often used in academic or philosophical contexts to explore the deeper meaning and implications of a concept. Unlike a traditional definition, which may rely on common usage or cultural understanding, a conceptual definition seeks to clarify the underlying concepts and theories that define a term.

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  • 12. 

    It explains the concept of the study based on the statement of the problem .

    • A.

      Definition of Terms

    • B.

      Synthesis of the Art

    • C.

      Conceptual Framework

    • D.

      Theoretical Framework

    Correct Answer
    C. Conceptual Framework
    Explanation
    A conceptual framework is a theoretical framework that provides a structure for understanding and analyzing a study based on the statement of the problem. It helps to define the key concepts, variables, and relationships between them, guiding the research process and providing a basis for data collection and analysis. The conceptual framework helps researchers to organize their thoughts and ideas, and it also helps readers to understand the theoretical underpinnings of the study. It is an essential component of any research study as it provides a roadmap for conducting the research and interpreting the findings.

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  • 13. 

    It is the outline of the thesis study.

    • A.

      Title page

    • B.

      Abstract

    • C.

      Table of Contents

    • D.

      Bibliography

    Correct Answer
    C. Table of Contents
    Explanation
    The table of contents is a necessary component of any thesis study as it provides an organized outline of the entire document. It lists all the major sections and subsections along with their corresponding page numbers, allowing readers to easily navigate through the study. This helps in locating specific information and understanding the overall structure of the thesis. Therefore, including a table of contents is essential for a well-organized and comprehensive thesis study.

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  • 14. 

    These are collected in a section at the end of each chapter or the entire page.

    • A.

      Footnote

    • B.

      End note

    • C.

      Quotation

    • D.

      Paraphrase

    Correct Answer
    B. End note
    Explanation
    End notes are typically collected in a section at the end of each chapter or the entire page. They provide additional information or citations for specific points made in the text. Unlike footnotes, which are placed at the bottom of the page, end notes are located at the end of the chapter or document. They allow readers to easily reference and access the additional information without interrupting the flow of the main text.

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  • 15. 

    The part you must get the data/information in from any books, magazines, and newspapers can be found in

    • A.

      Related Literature

    • B.

      Related Studies

    • C.

      Synthesis of the Art

    • D.

      Statement of the Problem

    Correct Answer
    A. Related Literature
    Explanation
    Related literature refers to the existing body of knowledge and information that is relevant to the research topic. It includes published articles, books, and other sources that provide background information, theories, and concepts related to the research problem. Researchers use related literature to gain a deeper understanding of the topic, identify research gaps, and support their arguments and findings. Therefore, related literature is the appropriate source to gather data and information from books, magazines, and newspapers.

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  • 16. 

    It means to "seek" or "look again"

    • A.

      Thesis

    • B.

      Dissertation

    • C.

      Review

    • D.

      Research

    Correct Answer
    D. Research
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Research" because it involves seeking or looking again for information or knowledge. Research is a systematic investigation or inquiry aimed at discovering new facts, theories, or knowledge. It involves gathering data, analyzing it, and drawing conclusions to contribute to existing knowledge or address a specific problem or question. Therefore, research aligns with the idea of seeking or looking again for information or knowledge.

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  • 17. 

    The part you must get the data/information from unpublished materials such as previous or old study, research or thesis.

    • A.

      Related Literature

    • B.

      Related Studies

    • C.

      Synthesis of the Art

    • D.

      Statement of the Problem

    Correct Answer
    B. Related Studies
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Related Studies." This is because related studies refer to previously conducted research or studies that are relevant to the current study. These studies can provide valuable information, data, and insights that can support and strengthen the current study's findings and conclusions. By reviewing and referencing related studies, researchers can build upon existing knowledge and contribute to the existing body of literature on the topic.

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  • 18. 

    A brief piece of writing that usually comes at the beginning of a report to explain the problem or issue the document is addressing to the reader.

    • A.

      Abstract

    • B.

      Statement of the Problem

    • C.

      Introduction

    • D.

      Scope and Delimitation

    Correct Answer
    C. Introduction
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "Introduction". In a report, the introduction is a brief piece of writing that provides an overview of the problem or issue that the document is addressing. It sets the context for the report and gives the reader a clear understanding of what to expect. The introduction typically provides background information, states the purpose of the report, and outlines the main points that will be discussed. It serves as a roadmap for the reader and helps them grasp the significance of the report's content.

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  • 19. 

    A type of research describes what exists at the time and then goes on to try and uncover new facts and meanings.

    • A.

      Experimental Research

    • B.

      Descriptive Research

    • C.

      Phenomenological Research

    • D.

      Historical Research

    Correct Answer
    A. Experimental Research
    Explanation
    Experimental research is not the correct answer because it focuses on manipulating variables to determine cause and effect relationships, rather than describing what exists at the time and uncovering new facts and meanings. Descriptive research, on the other hand, fits the given description as it aims to describe and document the current state of affairs or phenomena. It does not involve manipulation of variables or testing hypotheses.

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  • 20. 

    It is the blue print of the thesis that serves as the framework that has been created to seek answers to research questions.

    • A.

      Research Design

    • B.

      Research Methods

    • C.

      Sources of Data

    • D.

      Instrumentation

    Correct Answer
    A. Research Design
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Research Design. Research design refers to the overall plan or blueprint that outlines how the research study will be conducted. It includes decisions about the type of research method to be used, the sources of data to be collected, and the instrumentation or tools that will be used to gather and analyze the data. The research design serves as a framework for the study and guides the researcher in seeking answers to the research questions.

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