When we answer a search Challenge...
... we usually just give the answer, and since it's SearchResearch, we give the method by which we found the answer.
But sometimes, an answer needs to be a bit more than just an answer. Sometimes you need to explain your answer by providing some additional context.
Since many of you are staying home for the next little bit, here are a couple of Challenges that will exercise your ability to give context. Here they are... Can you not just answer the question, but provide the context needed UNDERSTAND the answer?
Here we go! Challenges about global information!
1. How many countries are there in the world?
2. What's the smallest country?
3. How many languages are spoken in India?
While these all seem like fairly straightforward Research Questions, I want to you think a bit about the context surrounding each of these. What do you need to do to contextualize the RQ and the answer you give?
Let us know HOW you found the answers, and what your thought process is WRT contextualization!