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The concept of triangulation has been adopted by researchers to mean that if researchers use, say, two different methods to study a phenomenon and both methods generally arrive at the same result, then they are in a much better position to draw a generalizable inference, relative to the use of a single method. Although the mathematical concept of triangulation used in trigonometry and Euclidean geometry involves three points (two known and one unknown), researchers have broadened the concept to include two or more different methods.