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“JACKFRUIT SAP AS ONE OF THE ADDITIVE COMPONENTS IN MAKING GLUE”

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements in Research II

Science Department (1st Shift)
Iligan City National High School
SY 2009-2010

Clyde Abaño
Dave Louis Bardago
Dindo Caminos
Jean Claude Gocela
Carmela Goc-ong
Rebecca Matados

Mrs. Annallee Q. Aron
Research II Teacher
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preliminary Page Pages Title page Approval Sheet Abstract Acknowledgement

I. Introduction 1.1 Background of the Study 1 1.2 Statement of the Problem 2 1.3 Significance of the Study 2

II. Review of Related Literature 2.1 Review of Related Literature 3 2.2 Conceptual Framework 4 2.3 Theoretical Framework 4 2.4 Hypothesis 4 2.5 Definition of Terms 4
III. Methodology Materials and Equipments 5 Sample 5 Instrumentation 6 Procedure 6 Research Design 5 Statistical Test 6

IV. Results and Discussions

ILIGAN CITY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

APPROVAL SHEET

This research study entitled “Jackfruit Sap as an Additive Components in Making Glue” prepared by the Science Curriculum students namely Dave Louis Bardago, Dindo Caminos , Jean Claude Gocela , Clyde Abaño , Carmela Goc-ong, and Rebecca Matados

PANEL

Mrs. Annallee Q. Aron
Research II Adviser

______________________________ ______________________________ Panel Member Panel Member

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Date
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Acknowledgement

The researchers would like to express their gratitude and thank the people who provided us the assistance and support that made this endeavor a success: To our Research II Adviser Mrs. Annallee Q. Aron, who is patient enough in checking our draft even as she continued to provide encouragement while…...

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