Difference between Method and Methodology?

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The words 'method' and 'methodology' may sound similar, but there is a big difference between them. A method is the way in which you complete a task, or the steps you take to complete a task. Methodology is the study of a method or methods.
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method is the way to do something and methodology is the study of how to do something.
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A method is defined as the steps that you must go through, in order to complete a task or job whereas methodology is the study of method. Methodology can also be defined as analyzing
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It depends who you ask. If you ask wikipedia, you may get this answer: Main Imperative Functional Logic programming Object-Oriented Other Action Agent-oriented Aspect-oriented Automata-based
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Science is the intellectual
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