About me: I started programming when I was 13. I understand search parameters because I used to write in various programming languages that also required specific syntax. Logic in searching methods is not always the same for everyone so not every search yields the expected results.
This is sometimes annoyingly adjusted by search engines that will show you what they algorithmically deduce you are looking for. Searching 'outside the filter bubble' is very useful when doing research.
Something about myself: What I will never understand about "search parameters" is how I can search Google for 'how to repair a leaking toilet' and get results back that include Justin Bieber's Baby video.
Did your research instructor approve the choices in your survey? I mean these?
--More false than true
--More true than false
honestly, this question feels like one of those questions professors ask their students, when they have nothing else to ask.
f(x)=a_0+∑_(n=1)^∞▒(a_n cos〖nπx/L〗+b_n sin〖nπx/L〗 )