Research Design

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I cannot grasp the difference between Qualitative, Quantitive, and Mixed Methods Approaches to Research Design. I can read all about the differences, but the information never sticks.

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Qualitative: shooting for results that describe something rather than a number. For example: the contents of this test tube turned red when we added this chemical to it.

Quantitative: shooting for results that describe something numerically. For example: we measured the concentration of copper in this test tube after we added the this chemical to it and we found it was 0.5M

Mixed: combination of the above two