Composed a focused paper that explains and describes CLINICAL DEPRESSION from a scientific and mathematical/analytical perspective of inquiry. (You will cover two perspectives in the paper.) As you develop this specific topic, keep in mind that your eventual goal is to formulate and present a SOLUTION to the healthcare issue or problem you identify. Address your general topic by forming and answering two levels of research questions for each inquiry -Choose a “Level 1 Research Question/Writing Prompt” from both of the lists below to answer in the paper. -Compose a “Level 2 Research Question/Writing Prompt” for each of the injuries you selected that provides detail, specificity, and focus to your inquiry, research, and writing. This will depend on the issue (clinical depression) and your problem solution. -Answer each research question and support your assertions with evidence (research) to form the body of your paper. LEVEL 1 Research Question/Writing Prompts from a SCIENTIFIC Perspective of Inquiry (choose only one) 1. What are the anatomical, physiological, pathological, or epidemiological issues? 2. Which body systems are affected? 3. What happens at the cellular or genetic level? 4. Which chemical or biological issues are most important? and LEVEL 1 Research Question/Writing Prompts from a MATHEMATICAL/ANALYTICAL Perspective of Inquiry (choose only one) 1. What are the economic issues involved? 2. Which economic theories or approaches best explain the issue? 3. What are the statistical facts related to the issue? 4. Which statistical processes used to study the issue provide the best explanation or understanding? Here’s an example: Let’s assume that your research topic is HEART ATTACK. When answering a study LEVEL 1 question from a SCIENTIFIC perspective, say you discuss “what happens at the cellular or genetic level?” (number 3). Now, say LEVEL 1 questions regarding the Mathematical/Analytical perspective of your topic discusses statistical facts (number 3 again) like “20 million people suffered from heart attack in the United States in 2010.” Be sure to talk about such statistic and reveal your findings. At LEVEL 2 questions, you can discuss about the target population of your topic like “women.” So, at LEVEL 2 questions from a SCIENTIFIC perspective you just do research and find the relationship between heart attack and women in the context of what causes or increases heart attacks in women and how this is manifested from a genetic or cellular standpoint. At LEVEL 2 questions of MATH/ANALYTICAL perspectives, you may research and report statistical data of heart attacks in women (for example, 42% of American women in the U.S. and 35% of European women etc suffered from heart attacks in 2010. These events were due to these reasons……….! This number has decreased in recent years because of….blah..blah….” So targeting a population answer the question of specificity. Now you can use do this on something else, something specific about this topic. Introduction -Introduce the inquiry type and your purpose in using it (your problem statement) -Describe level 1 question(s) and describe the “big picture” issue -Explain how looking at your topic from this perspective could provide solutions or obstacles to your problem statement or your level 2 question. Body -Cite the research that relates to your topic (level 1 question) -Cite the research that relates to your level 2 question -Analyze your research findings. Conclusion -Briefly review the issues, research questions, answers, and insights. -What possible solutions to your problem can you propose from this perspective? -Make assertions about the issue in the context of this inquiry. -Suggest possible solutions or obstacles to a proposed solution based on the of this inquiry.