QuestionsWhat is a research problem?
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The act of thoroughly describing and condensing an issue results in its definition. At this point, the boundaries and bounds of the inquiry are established, along with each question and any related questions that must be addressed. It is typically essential to study earlier research to figure out exactly what has to be done. It is occasionally required to develop the standpoint or educational theory that will serve as the foundation for the data analysis while outlining the issue at hand. If any assertions are made, they must be made clear.   It is the subject that we would like to discuss, examine, or research, whether in a narrative or empirical way. It serves as the research's main objective or motivation. We usually choose something that interests us and that we are at least slightly familiar with—be it a subject, a phenomenon, or a problem.