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La Salle College of Antipolo

Feasibility study of a Flashlight to become a Mobile Charger

A Research Presented to the Night High School Department LaSalle College Antipolo

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for 4th year NHS – Department

By:

Mark Gerald J. Marinay
Ma. Luisa P. Macalalad
Rema G. Copino
Danica N. Lauzon
Marridel M. Urminita
Carmela May J. Villaganas

March 2011
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Acknowledgement

By working in this investigatory project, we would like to thank or acknowledge the following people:

*To our parents in producing us the money and support that we need.

*To our teacher, for giving us ideas and time for doing this investigatory project

*To students, for exchanging ideas with us.

*To our friends, for their encouraging attitudes.

*To the people who were trapped in some buildings in the past calamities with no contact with their relatives.

*And most of all to God, for giving us strength, wisdom and knowledge for making this investigatory project.

We thank you and Wish you all the best!

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Dedication

We dedicate this research to our beloved teacher, Mr. John Robert Jumanguin Cambelisa, to all the students and other teachers of La Salle College of Antipolo under the department of Night High School and also for the future generation that may also benefit for this investigatory project. We hope that all can understand this simple but meaningful idea.

* Group 6 and Group 12

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Abstract

Our investigatory project focused on the energy stored on the flashlight which has been charged for the exact hour. The energy stored at the flashlight could either produce light or electrical for the phones to charge. We researchers have guessed that the energy that is stored in the flashlight has a capacity to charge a cellphone.

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Table of Contents

Title Page
Acknowledgement
Dedication
Abstract

Chapter I

Introduction
Background of the Study
Statement of the Problem
Objectives
Hypothesis
Significant of the Study
Scope and Limitations
Review of Related Literature
Definition of Terms

Chapter II

Methodology
* Materials and Equipment
* General Procedures

Chapter III

Results and Discussion
Results
Discussion

Chapter IV

Conclusion

Chapter V

Recommendation

Bibliography
Appendix
Curriculum Vitae

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Introduction

Chapter I
Background of the Study

Our project is to make a charger out of flashlight. It may help people those who are not at home, especially in times of calamities. It could work for them to help others or themselves when they are trapped. It can also help them when it is getting dark to help them see. In this investigatory project this would be helpful for everyone.

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Introduction

Statement of the Problem

* How can a flashlight be a charger?
* Would it be helpful for everyone?
* Will it be compatible to become a charger?

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Introduction

Objectives

* To prove that a flashlight could be a charger
* To determine the possibility if the power of a simple flashlight could support the power needed of a cellphones *

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Introduction

Hypothesis

In our study flashlights has a stored energy in their small batteries to charge:

1. There is a power that could charge such phones.
2. There is a power to light up the small bulb of flashlight

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Introduction

Significance of the Study

They might benefit this:

1. Rescuers
2. Relatives
3. Volunteer Workers

They could benefit because flashlight charger could last longer.

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Introduction

Scope and Limitations

* Only those flashlights that can be charge and those flashlights that...
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