Triangulation in research, what does it mean? Help pls :(

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I've been set a task where we need to analyse two journal papers and talk about their hypothesis, methodology, methods etc.

I am stuck on what it means by triangulation. I know it means cross-referencing data sources and using them to validate your own research (I hope). But how do I identify them in the papers?

It's very easy stuff but I'm worried I've not understood properly. Feel anxious so need someone to discuss it with :s
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