I know many people would like to know if they could use the Essential Limiting Reagent Worksheet, as a quick and easy means of answering their most important questions or exploring their wide range of options. The answer is: yes, you can use the Limiting Reagent Worksheet to test and find out if your questions are correct or not, using the Question Key in the data box.
As well as this, the secondary data boxes can be used for many purposes. For example, in case you have a secondary question or a secondary topic for your particular topic analysis question, which is related to the primary question or the primary topic, then you could use the secondary data boxes. Here are some examples for how you could use these secondary data boxes:
If your primary topic is Human Resource Management, then you may wish to investigate the question “How do you define HR?” You could use the secondary box to enter the following sentence: “There are many different definitions of the term HR but in essence, the term HR covers all management roles. Therefore, it is important to be able to monitor the performance of all the human resource personnel throughout the company”.
Alternatively, if you are investigating the question “How do you evaluate the human resource management team?” Then you could use the Secondary Data Boxes to enter the following sentence: “The key in any such evaluation will need to consider the size of the HR department and how well the HR department are aligned with the rest of the business”.
Finally, you could use the secondary data boxes to add a brief summary of the Primary topic Analysis question you are investigating. If you are investigating the question, “What is the difference between sales and marketing?” You could use the summary box to add a little detail by entering the following sentence: “Sales is the collection of all purchases, while marketing is the collection of all marketing efforts”.
This is a really quick and easy way of using the Limitation Reagent Worksheet. You would therefore be very unlikely to get confused or having difficulty in trying to understand your data.
With the help of this question key, you could search for any question or any topic that you might want to explore further about. Here are some other things that you could do with the limitation worksheet. The first thing that you could do is draw on the one-line answer key to do research on the question or the main topic of your research.
Alternatively, you could also use the Limitation Reagent Worksheet to add up all the different possible ways in which you could approach your research question. Using the 2-step answer key, you could even write out how you would then achieve your research.