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Not ALL research is about “MEASUREMENT” !
Aku ni “quantitative person”. I play with numbers. Kajian master / PhD aku juga quantitative. Aku juga penulis buku quantitative - SPSS. Namun, aku “getik” bila ada yang meremehkan kajian qualitative hanya kerana “tiada nombor yang berceranggah” dalam kajian qualitative.
Not ALL research is about “measurement” !

Meh baca ni baik-baik….

Quantitative:
Jika objektif kajian anda untuk mendapatkan data bagi sesuatu isu / masalah spt tahap pengetahuan, factor utama sesuatu amalan, skor pencapaian maka kajian kuantitatif adalah yang TERBAIK..
TUJUAN KAJIAN DISINI ADALAH “MEASUREMENT” menggunakan alat ukur / instrument utk mendapatkan data bagi mengetahui hubungan / mbandingkan variables then btujuan membuat generalisasi.

Qualitative:
Jika objektif kajian anda adalah utk membuat perbincangan yang mendalam terhadap sesuatu isu / masalah spt budaya, amalan kejayaan, pengalaman pemulihan dadah dll maka kajian kualitatif adalah yang TERBAIK.

TUJUAN KAJIAN DISINI “ISN’T MEASUREMENT” tetapi perbincangan yang detail dan mendalam utk MEMAHAMI fenomena yang dikaji, lalu generalisation is not the main concern !


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General Discussion / Re: Help! BMW X3 Engine overheating!
« Last post by jai_ho on 13 Jun, 02:05:09 PM »
when this happen you need to pull off the road to a safe and clear area and turn off the vehicle. so that the engine can be cool off

if that happens on the road laa. but if just start engine also the smoke like haze, its gonna be tiring to keep doing it. just go to workshop and try to use new petrol to get different experience

yaa i would suggest that too. bcs i used to change my petrol a lot before until I found about Shell and my engines adapt to it very well even though i used it for about 8 months now
in case of fuel consumption does it worth as daily ride?
to me it worth a lot because every time i pump right,, i always get extra km. so i dont really have to go many times to petrol pump in a month. maybe around 2 to 3 times only
that quite a lot of saving. usually it took me 2 or 3 times with full filled up

ypp that's why to me, it's a super good choice especially for people who just started driving or do grabs and delivery
i just decided to do grab as pkp was extended so i hope it help me a little as new grab driver in saving the budget.
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General Discussion / Re: Help! BMW X3 Engine overheating!
« Last post by jai_ho on 13 Jun, 02:01:03 PM »
when this happen you need to pull off the road to a safe and clear area and turn off the vehicle. so that the engine can be cool off

if that happens on the road laa. but if just start engine also the smoke like haze, its gonna be tiring to keep doing it. just go to workshop and try to use new petrol to get different experience

yaa i would suggest that too. bcs i used to change my petrol a lot before until I found about Shell and my engines adapt to it very well even though i used it for about 8 months now
in case of fuel consumption does it worth as daily ride?
to me it worth a lot because every time i pump right,, i always get extra km. so i dont really have to go many times to petrol pump in a month. maybe around 2 to 3 times only
ehh same.. i also use Shell and I like it because its really jimat. even though i go to a very far destination, there's always many bars left for me to ride. so i dont really bother to go again
is it possible if i fill up the tank full and the car can still use for 2 weeks since im using car only for going out nearby?
if so, yess. bcs i pump full and it stays for about 2 weeks too even i go back n forth to work every day before
wow impressive, just asking bcos i thought it nearly impossible but otherwise happened.
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General Discussion / Re: Help! BMW X3 Engine overheating!
« Last post by blankspc21 on 12 Jun, 01:10:23 AM »
when this happen you need to pull off the road to a safe and clear area and turn off the vehicle. so that the engine can be cool off

if that happens on the road laa. but if just start engine also the smoke like haze, its gonna be tiring to keep doing it. just go to workshop and try to use new petrol to get different experience

yaa i would suggest that too. bcs i used to change my petrol a lot before until I found about Shell and my engines adapt to it very well even though i used it for about 8 months now
in case of fuel consumption does it worth as daily ride?
to me it worth a lot because every time i pump right,, i always get extra km. so i dont really have to go many times to petrol pump in a month. maybe around 2 to 3 times only
that quite a lot of saving. usually it took me 2 or 3 times with full filled up

ypp that's why to me, it's a super good choice especially for people who just started driving or do grabs and delivery
i did saw ads on tv abt shell but never try it before. so i dont know how much actually it can be save.
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General Discussion / Re: Help! BMW X3 Engine overheating!
« Last post by amyraros on 12 Jun, 12:08:49 AM »
when this happen you need to pull off the road to a safe and clear area and turn off the vehicle. so that the engine can be cool off

if that happens on the road laa. but if just start engine also the smoke like haze, its gonna be tiring to keep doing it. just go to workshop and try to use new petrol to get different experience

yaa i would suggest that too. bcs i used to change my petrol a lot before until I found about Shell and my engines adapt to it very well even though i used it for about 8 months now
in case of fuel consumption does it worth as daily ride?
to me it worth a lot because every time i pump right,, i always get extra km. so i dont really have to go many times to petrol pump in a month. maybe around 2 to 3 times only
that quite a lot of saving. usually it took me 2 or 3 times with full filled up

ypp that's why to me, it's a super good choice especially for people who just started driving or do grabs and delivery
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General Discussion / Re: Help! BMW X3 Engine overheating!
« Last post by rottentomatomy on 12 Jun, 12:06:47 AM »
when this happen you need to pull off the road to a safe and clear area and turn off the vehicle. so that the engine can be cool off

if that happens on the road laa. but if just start engine also the smoke like haze, its gonna be tiring to keep doing it. just go to workshop and try to use new petrol to get different experience

yaa i would suggest that too. bcs i used to change my petrol a lot before until I found about Shell and my engines adapt to it very well even though i used it for about 8 months now
in case of fuel consumption does it worth as daily ride?
to me it worth a lot because every time i pump right,, i always get extra km. so i dont really have to go many times to petrol pump in a month. maybe around 2 to 3 times only
ehh same.. i also use Shell and I like it because its really jimat. even though i go to a very far destination, there's always many bars left for me to ride. so i dont really bother to go again
is it possible if i fill up the tank full and the car can still use for 2 weeks since im using car only for going out nearby?
if so, yess. bcs i pump full and it stays for about 2 weeks too even i go back n forth to work every day before
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General Discussion / Re: Help! BMW X3 Engine overheating!
« Last post by blankspc21 on 10 Jun, 11:46:06 PM »
when this happen you need to pull off the road to a safe and clear area and turn off the vehicle. so that the engine can be cool off

if that happens on the road laa. but if just start engine also the smoke like haze, its gonna be tiring to keep doing it. just go to workshop and try to use new petrol to get different experience

yaa i would suggest that too. bcs i used to change my petrol a lot before until I found about Shell and my engines adapt to it very well even though i used it for about 8 months now
in case of fuel consumption does it worth as daily ride?
to me it worth a lot because every time i pump right,, i always get extra km. so i dont really have to go many times to petrol pump in a month. maybe around 2 to 3 times only
that quite a lot of saving. usually it took me 2 or 3 times with full filled up
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General Discussion / Re: Help! BMW X3 Engine overheating!
« Last post by jai_ho on 10 Jun, 11:29:51 PM »
when this happen you need to pull off the road to a safe and clear area and turn off the vehicle. so that the engine can be cool off

if that happens on the road laa. but if just start engine also the smoke like haze, its gonna be tiring to keep doing it. just go to workshop and try to use new petrol to get different experience

yaa i would suggest that too. bcs i used to change my petrol a lot before until I found about Shell and my engines adapt to it very well even though i used it for about 8 months now
in case of fuel consumption does it worth as daily ride?
to me it worth a lot because every time i pump right,, i always get extra km. so i dont really have to go many times to petrol pump in a month. maybe around 2 to 3 times only
ehh same.. i also use Shell and I like it because its really jimat. even though i go to a very far destination, there's always many bars left for me to ride. so i dont really bother to go again
is it possible if i fill up the tank full and the car can still use for 2 weeks since im using car only for going out nearby?
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General Discussion / Re: Help! BMW X3 Engine overheating!
« Last post by rottentomatomy on 10 Jun, 11:07:30 PM »

every time i pump right always get extra km compared to others also i dont really have to go many times to pump in a month maybe around 2 to 3 times only
ehh same.. i also use Shell and I like it because its really jimat. even though long distance travel I notice I manage to clock more km
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General Discussion / Re: Help! BMW X3 Engine overheating!
« Last post by amyraros on 10 Jun, 11:02:48 PM »
in matter of fuel consumption its worth to on daily use?
every time i pump right always get extra km compared to others also i dont really have to go many times to pump in a month maybe around 2 to 3 times only
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