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What makes a problem a good research problem?


  1. How important is the problem you're trying to solve?
  2. What are the benefits of solving the problem?
  3. Based on available data, is the solution to the problem feasible?
  4. How likely are you to get support for the research? 

There's several factor that makes a problem to be a good research. 

  1. What can it give to you, when you dealing with a problem, usually you tryng to solve is using anyhow or anything you got, that enhance you solving problem skill.
  2. Is it an important thing to you? based on this, if a problem is important enough for yourslef, then is going to be a good one.
  3. Did you know what you dealing with? at least based on this you should know how to be done with your problem.

These are the types of problem that would demand good research to assuage the problem.

1) Causes Death or Impair Health. Human Life is the most priced item on plannet Earth, so anything that would enhance or prolong life is definitely a good research problem.

2) Save Cost: Cost effectiveness is important in all aspects of life , either domestic or commercial. Thus whatever that would reduce cost of it producing an item or consuming an item is a good research problem.

3)Discovery. Any problem that would bring about beneficial new discovery is worthy to be scientifically investigated as a research problem.