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Glue

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HYPOTHESIS
We hypothesize our study to be a bit successful in terms of its quality supposed to be done. The project is well but does not show cohesiveness in its feature. This project is quite satisfying for it still has the quality which it takes advantage to commercial pastes: which is user friendly. Even with less cohesiveness in its structure and appearance, it is still safe for us, especially to the children, to whom the project was made focus. Still, the project has a significant difference between the commercial ones.

D) BACKGROUND OF THE STORY
Paste is the main topic of our Investigatory project. Paste is usually used everywhere. From offices to schools, from homes to buildings, paste is always present to somehow be a kind of help. We could even say that paste is very important in our living. It could work as an emergency tool by pasting torn books, in making reports, making projects, and etc.
By mixing dry or solid ingredients with liquid, a thick, moist, and soft substance, paste, is usually produced. Paste is used to attach light things, commonly papers, together by just applying it to one object to the other. The substance we’re making has only limited hold because it is not that sticky but it is suitable to be used in pasting papers.
Our product will help many parents with little children especially to those parents who are very busy at work that they can’t always look up to their children. Since children are really fun of making arts, paste is one of the materials they use. By this product, parents should worry no more about their children who often eat everything they hold. Our product has a unique quality that makes it different from the usual pastes we use. These qualities of our project, homemade paste, is really useful to our fellows with problem at home about toxics. Their worries at toxic materials may be lessening for it is safe.

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