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Mixed methods

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Mixed methods

Peter Ellis
12 September 2021

In the last paper in this series we considered how we use triangulation in our day-to-day lives to help us navigate to places, as well as in explaining personal preferences. We used the example of providing points of longitude and latitude on a map so that someone can understand exactly where somewhere is, rather than the use of a vague description of a location that may get an individual lost.

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