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AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL 2332 Chino Roces Ext., Fort Bonifacio, Taguig, Philippines

A Comparative Study of the Elastic Limit of Two Different
Brands of Rubber Bands

A Research Paper Presented to the
Faculty of Australian International School

In Partial Fulfillment of RAISE Program
(Research in Australian International School for Excellence)

Ramos, Anna Dominique A.
Grade 10
School Year 2013 – 2014
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE i
APPROVAL SHEET ii
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT iii
ABSTRACT iv
CHAPTERS
I. THE PROBLEM AND BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Introduction 1
Conceptual Framework 2
Statement of the Problem 2
Hypothesis of the Study 3
Assumption of the Study 3
Significance of the Study 3
Scope and Limitation 4
Definition of the Terms 4
II. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Conceptual Literature 5
Research Literature 6
III. METHODOLOGY
Research Design 7
Materials 8
Procedures 8

IV. PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS, AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA
Table 4.1 9
Figure 4.1 10
V. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Major Findings 11
Conclusion 11
Recommendation 11
REFERENCES 12
APPENDICES 13

Approval Sheet In partial fulfillment of the RAISED (Research in Australian International School for Excellence) requirements required to pass the present grade level, a research paper entitled “A Comparative Study of the Elastic Limit of Two Different Brands of Rubber Bands” has been prepared and submitted by Anna Dominique A. Ramos who is hereby certified for oral defense.

Mr. Martin Antonio Frias
Research Adviser

Mr. Anthony Fitzgerald
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