Pacatang, Fredeve John L.
Sarong, Donna Richel M.
Macasio, Danielle Faye Z.
THE FEASIBILITY OF DIFFERENT
glabra) PETAL DECOCTION AND
CASSAVA (Manihot esculenta
Crantz) PEELING STARCH BECAUSE
A Research proposal presented to Bernadette
Kidapawan City Nationwide High School
THE INVESTIGATION PROBLEM
Background of the Study
Coloured Chalks are generally used by
teachers, students, designers, and others. This
study endeavors on the other uses of Cassava
peelings since chalk. Through this connection, the
proponents with this study produce the idea of
combining different Bougainvillea Petal
decoction with Cassava peeling starch to
develop colored chalk.
Bougainvillea flower belongs to the empire
of Plantae. Its bouquets have many shades: purple,
orange colored, red, and many others. It is genus
flowering plant life native to South America via
Brazil west to Peru and south to The southern area of
Argentina (Chubut Province). Yet , different
varieties of Bougainvillea are found in the
Philippines. They are really thorny,
woody vines developing anywhere from 1-12
meters taller, scrambling above other vegetation with
all their spiky thorns.
Cassava also belongs to the empire of
Plantae. It's a hard woody shrub with the
Euphorbiaceae (spurge family) local to Southern region
America. With this study, the cassava underlying peelings
to be used. Cassava root is lengthy and pointed,
with a organization; homogenous flesh encased in a
detachable rind, about one particular mm thick, rough and
brown on the exterior.
Nowadays, chalks were very much expensive and
some of it causes cosmetic fungal infections. This
research is to be conducted to produce chalks
which are cheap and lessens or
prevents the facial fungal attacks.
We, the researchers created this thought
because Bougainvillea petals have different
colors according to its kind and Cassava
peeling has the power to make a starch.
Affirmation of the Difficulty
This study was done to produce shaded
chalk using a starch from Cassava damaged and
Bougainvillea petals. That sought to answer the
1 . Can Cassava peeling starch and
Bougainvillea petal decoction make a
2 . Would it be cheaper, better (in terms of the dust), and
environmentally-friendly compared to the commercial
3. Is definitely the cost of the produced shaded chalk
comparable to the commercial ones?
4. Will it stop and/or lessen facial fungal
infection that chalks triggers?
Objectives of the Study
This kind of study should determine the feasibility of
Cassava old starch and Bougainvillea petal
decoction as being a colored chalk.
1 . In order to determine if Cassava peeling
starch and different Bougainvillea
petal decoction can produce a colored
2 . To make a cheaper, better (in terms of its
dust), and environmentally-friendly colored
3. To compare the price tag on the made colored
chalk to the business ones.
some. To produce a shaded chalk that may
prevent/lessen the facial infection.
Significance with the Study
The beneficiaries in the study would be the
teachers, college students, and designers who use colored
chalk. This examine will add a lot to the
community. It's rather a substitute to commercial
For the entrepreneurs, this sort of product
will be cost-effective because the materials
employed are commonly seen in our backyard and
only the peelings were to be used up inside the
Pertaining to the customers, this product can be
cheaper due to the materials are recycled and located
in our backyards yet is good quality and
Scope and Delimitation
The centered variable from the study may be the
colored chalk. The independent variables of the
study would be the Cassava Old Starch and the
different petals of Bougainvillea. And the
moderating variables will be collecting, washing,...