Chalk Out of Eggshell

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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
A.BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Chalk used in our classroom comes in slender sticks approximately. Lesson are often presented to entire classes on chalk board using sticks of chalks because this method has proven cheap and easy. Many people say that the egg are many uses like compost for naturally fertilized soil because eggshell is quickly decomposed in the compost pile and add valueable calcium and other minerals to the soil in the process. It can be use as a non toxic material for garden purposes and you can make powder the eggshell to less bitterness of coffee. We the researcher as prove the study in natural materials produced a non toxic substances product that can be utilized in every day life without harmful effect ouer body.

B. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Commercialized of local product are increasing and prices is almost the big aspect to be considered. The government don’t have enough support and this things bring difficulties in schooling to the stundent in the school.

C. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY A conducted study as a remedy for the common problem in making of marketable and durable chalk without spending much and gain more profits. We study and opens another way to save and make more chalk for our business affairs and also make some raw materials that we thought to be transformed into a much improved and usefull things.

D. SCOPE AND LIMITATION The assessment of actual study is focused on design and producing alternative materials is making durable and usable chalk.The actual advantage as a testing of finish product is limited and control for triple test…...

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