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Textbook Problem

Provide three examples each of closed-ended. open-ended, and range-of-response questions.

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Three examples of closed-ended, open-ended and range-of-response questions.

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Closed-ended questions have limited or restricted responses such as definite answers in single word or sentence, simple yes/no answers. Examples of closed ended questions are:

  • Who is the project lead?
  • Which operating System is used?
  • Is unit testing of module 1 complete?
Open-ended questions are freeform question which have meaningful answers with explanation along with facts and not small, short or single word answer like closed-ended questions...

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