Background of the Study The cherry is the fruit of many plants of the genus Prunes, and is a fleshy drupe (stone fruit).
It is usually bought in groceries and is used as toppings on ice cream sundaes and cakes. The cherries will act as the main component of the ink. The researchers will also add vinegar and salt to the mixture of the cherries. The vinegar and salt will clarify and deepen the color of the ink as well as preserve the mixture from spoiling.The equipment that will be used by the researchers is within their financial viability and it can be completed within a reasonable period of time. The researchers will be trying to make ink made of cherries. The set up will be mashing the cherries in a food processor then they will use a strainer to separate the Juice from the remaining pulp then the remaining pulp will be pushed against the side of the strainer to get all the Juice out.
Statement of the Problem The researchers aim to conduct a study to determine the feasibility of cherries as a component in making ink.Specifically this study seeks to answer the following questions: 1 . What is the level of feasibility of cherries as an additive in making ink in the terms of: a) The color of the ink? B) Period of time sit will stay on the paper? C) Period of time before it fades? 2. ) Will there be significant differences on the level of feasibility of cherries as an additive in making ink in terms of: a) The color of the ink? B) Period of time it will stay on the paper? Hypotheses The researches prepared hypotheses to help explain the focus and direction of the said research.This is to test if there are significant differences between the equability of cherries as ink and the commercially available ink. 1 .
) Ink made of cherries is not feasible in terms of color of the ink, period of time it will stay on paper, and the period of time before it fades. Ink in terms of the color of the ink, the period of time it will stay on the paper, and the period of time before it fades. Scope and Delimitation The study focuses on the feasibility of Cherries as an additive in making ink Its objective is to provide an alternative for use of cherries. The research will be done at BBC Educational Institution, Inc.