Introduction refers to the section of a scientific paper that describes the current state of the body of knowledge; the portion of a technical paper that specifies the problem to be studied and tells why it is important. Moreover, Introduction is the first major section of a research report, which presents a logical development of the research question including a review of the relevant background literature, a statement of the research question or hypothesis, and a brief description of the methods used to answer the question or test the hypothesis.

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