Sample Investigatory Project Essays and Term Papers

  • Sample Investigatory Project

    amounts of disposed waste materials and the associated environmental and social impacts. Based on this study, the principal objective of this project is to evaluate the potential use of recycled rubber and Styrofoam as alternative aggregates in asphalt and concrete. According...

      2250 Words | 14 Pages   Road surface, Polystyrene, Asphalt concrete, Concrete

  • Investigatory Project (Sample)

    Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM Introduction Soil is a complex mixture of inorganic materials with variable amounts of air and water. The inorganic materials includes clay, silt, sand, gravel and rocks. Soil is a variable mixture of minerals, inorganic matter, and water, making it capable of supporting plant...

      329 Words | 1 Pages   Erosion, Soil, Agriculture, Shifting cultivation

  • Investigatory Project Proposal Sample * Researched

    Investigatory Research Proposal: How: (The effects of Toxic wastes on Aquatic Animals) In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements in Science and Technology 1 Submitted to: Submitted by: “” Leader: Members: TITLE The effects of Toxic wastes on Aquatic Animals RATIONALE By observing the...

      1070 Words | 4 Pages   Oil spill, Water pollution

  • Investigatory Sample

    nowadays. As students, we know that by our simple ways we can help improve the environment, and that is by RECYCLING. The group decided to choose this project because we know that by recycling and reusing simple materials, we can minimize our paper wastes and come up with a good product. A. BACKGROUND...

      1483 Words | 6 Pages   Carbon, Ink, Surfactant, Carbon copy

  • Sample of Chapter 2 of an Investigatory Project (Steam-Powered Toy Car)

    influence over citizens’ lives. Sometimes the impact can be negative, especially as the railroad grew more aged and brittle. Steam has been used for projects like steam airships. According to Thomas J. Goodey, “The idea of using steam (H2O in its vapor phase) as LTA lift gas - either for a balloon or an...

      4712 Words | 13 Pages   Boiler (power generation), Injector, Heat, Chemical element

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    : doc, docx, pdf, wps, rtf, odt Cockroaches are insects of the order Blattaria or Blattodea, of which about 30 species out of 4,500 total are associated with human habitats. About four species are well known as pests.[1][2] Among the best-known pest species are the American cockroach, Periplaneta...

      359 Words | 2 Pages   Cockroach, Trachea

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    MELVIC H. PUNZALAN 105 2nd St. 3rd Avenue Grace Park Caloocan City melvicpunzalan@yahoo.com 09489852674 OBJECTIVES: To work for a company where I could best apply my skills and share my knowledge regarding to my chosen field at the same time gain a financially rewarding career. EDUCATIONAL...

      285 Words | 3 Pages   Caloocan

  • Investigatory Project

       Julian Paolo Biyo Jason Andrei TemeloI-RubyPhilippine Science High School Western Visayas Campus Investigatory Project TITLE: Effect of the Different Types of Substrates on theBiodegradability of SM Plastic Bags I. Background of the Study Official figures show that plastics make up around 25% of...

      1166 Words | 8 Pages   Biodegradation

  • Investigatory Project

    Investigatory Project Marc Reian Azcune Nicole Cyril Guiller Kireina Saliendras Glendell Bringino Jethro Benedicto Camilla Ricarto Laurence Pido Franz Santos Rhea Legada Rojay Retes ACKNOWLEDGEMENT First of all the researchers would like to thank to their Science teacher Ms. Aira T. Velasquez...

      1196 Words | 3 Pages   Cymbopogon, Ginger, Insect repellent, Organic farming

  • Investigatory Project

    Dynamic contraction Dynamic contraction refers to a contraction where movement is involved. An example is lifting of a dumbbell from either side to the shoulder. Static contraction, on the other hand, refers to a contraction where no movement is involved. Concentric and Eccentric A concentric contraction...

      254 Words | 1 Pages   Isotonic (exercise physiology), Muscle contraction

  • Investigatory Project

    How are you going to schedule the making of your project against the deadline set by your teacher? Are your schedules attainable? VIII. BUDGET a. How much each material you need costs in the market? b. How much are you going to spend for the project as a group? How much will be the contribution of...

      423 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Investigatory Project

    Background of the Study This investigatory project is to be conducted to study the feasibility of Kalamansi (Citrus Microcarpa Bunge), Oregano leaves (Coleus aromaticus Benth.) and Kakawate leaves (Gliricidia sepium (Jacq.) Steud.) as mosquito repellant lotion. As of today it is not only dengue virus...

      260 Words | 1 Pages   Mosquito-borne disease, Aedes, Chikungunya

  • Investigatory Projects

    Abstract: As can be observed, the uses of the pandan tree are not limited to cooking uses. Its leaves and roots are found to have medicinal benefits. Such parts of the plant have been found to have essential oils, tannin, alkaloids and glycosides, which are the reasons for the effective treatment...

      500 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Investigatory Project

    The decision to ban holding masses in the Philippine Center may very well be a blessing in disguise. The Archdiocese of New York ordered the Filipino community to stop celebrating the traditional Simbang Gabi sa Konsulado (Dawn Mass at the consulate), which was held at the Philippine Center – every...

      2602 Words | 7 Pages   Holy Week, Liturgical year, Lent, Great Lent

  • Investigatory Projects

    Philosophical Analysis 1. Clarificatory Probe: 2.1 Are there vague or ambiguous terms that need to be defined and or clarified? “Vague or Ambiguous Terms” * In dealing with the situation given, I had come up that there are terms or words that are not clear or too obscure on...

      1556 Words | 5 Pages   Consequentialism, Morality

  • Investigatory Project

    34. Insulation-best materials, thickness  [Exp] 35. How is paint affected by temperature changes?- Elasticity of rubber; effect of glue. (See projects 110, 111 and 112 in this list) 36. Use of solar energy- design and construct solar cookers, solar panels, etc.  [Exp] 37. Designing a strong bridge...

      3216 Words | 10 Pages   Snow, Compact fluorescent lamp, Soil, Rain

  • Investigatory Project

    Momordica Charantia, kingdom of plantae, and a family of cucurbitaceae. Momordica Charantia is a remarkable health food and is often called bitter melon/gourd/squash, ampalaya. It is also a good source of vitamins A,B and C, iron folic acid, phosphorous and calcium; also rich in antioxidants that protects...

      304 Words | 1 Pages   Pineapple, Bromelain

  • Investigatory Project

    Investigatory Project in GENCHEM1L (Home made Shoe shine) Researchers: niel ian Lacquian Gelica Narize Lopez marrion manarang ruperto ramos hannah patricia soriano Submitted to: Engr. Rolly Bungang INTRODUCTION Nowadays, people are very concern when it comes to their appearance...

      285 Words | 2 Pages   Shoe polish

  • Investigatory Project

    Saludez, Emmanuel Submitted to: Ms. Donna Espinosa January, 2013 Group V Ms. Sorita CHAPTER I Background of the Study Introduction: This Investigatory Project is all about using Citrus Peelings and other natural ingredients in making Moisturizing Lotion. The researchers were inspired by people who...

      1434 Words | 6 Pages   Human skin

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    Tea is created by using the leaves of a plant known as CAMELLIS SINENSIS. This plant is a native to China, South Asia and Southeast Asia but is now found all over the world. Tea-drinking can be traced back to the 10th century BC in China before it was spread to Korea and Japan. But in 1903, the creation...

      321 Words | 1 Pages   Tea