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The following are some of the implications of this research:For ordinary citizens who are interested in building projects. This will assistthem in saving money by turning surplus materials into useful conventions. Thiswill assist these ordinary citizens in saving money by proposing the addition of aformulated concentration of pounded broken glass, recycled concretes andcrushed shellsto the cement mix.The study's findings would assist farmers in eradicating the destructivepopulation of golden apple snails in their crop fields. It will assist them in loweringtheir farming costs by reducing the use of Kuhol (Golden Apple Snail) Killers.In terms of agriculture, the study's results would lead to the consumptionof non-renewable materials such as snail shells. As a result, it can lead to areduction in the use of chemically-based pesticides, especially Kuhol Killers, whichhas an impact on crop health.In households, the study would be helpful on disposing the broken glassessuch as bottles or mirrors in a very nice and safe way. As a consequence, therewill be decrease of hazards in houses.To the future researchers that will feed them the idea to fix and overcomeseveral problems in cement making and conservation.Also, to further understandmore about the investigation and to serve asan aid for a better findings to fullyrecommend the use of crushed Golden Apple snail shell as an additive to concretemixtures which supplements the Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3) being theconsumable limestone mineral and using the pounded broken glass which mayincrease the compressive strength of the concrete blocks.
PRACTICAL RESEARCH 2John Mesiah PaulinoGrade 11-STEM EINSTEINCalaoagan Dackel National High SchoolQuarter4 Module 4 : COnceptual Framework and Review of Related LiteratureLesson 1: Research FrameworkWHAT’S NEWActivity 1: Who is YTC?AnswerStatementCDirectly related to a specific study.YOverall view of the research study.TConsidered as the blueprint of the research.CGeneral frame of reference used in conducting the research.CResearcher’s idea of how the study will be explored.TAnchor in a particular theory existing already in the field.TGeneralized in scope.YGuide in choosing an appropriate methodology.CCan be presented using both visual and narrative form.YEnable the readers to obtain a general understanding of the researchstudy.TConsiders the relevant theory underpinning the knowledge base of thephenomenon.CIt may synthesize one more theory.YCan monitor possible threats to the validity of the study.CIt is more focused and narrower in scope.CDevelop only during the planning stage of the study.WHAT’S MOREActivity 1: Spot the Variable (Part 1)Research title: Medical Intervention and the Number of Patients Recovering fromPneumoniaConceptual Paradigm:In this conceptual framework, the independent variable are could be theHealth Care Facilities and the Work experience of the medical team because the

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Term
Spring
Professor
Marie Khadifa Xynephida Ontiveros
Tags
researcher, Qualitative research and Quantitative research, Inquiry and Research

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