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Upsr Science

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EclipsesMinda Kreatif 
 
The apparatus shown above is to simulate a natural phenomenon that involvesthe Sun, the Moon and the Earth.(i) What is the phenomenon shown above?
 
 __________________________________________________________ (ii) How does the phenomenon occur? ____________________________________________________________ (iii) Can you observe the phenomenon shown above at all places on Earth and atthe same time? _____________________________________________________________ (iv)What is represented by the torchlight, the ping pong ball and the globe?
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Section A -PAPER 1Multiple Choice Questions 1 – 3
 
Choose the
correct
answer 
. 
Construct : Knowledge in scienceLevel : easy
1.
Which of the following properties of light causes eclipses to occur?
A
Reflection of light
B
Refraction of light 
C
Dispersion of light
D
Light travels in a straight line.
 
Construct : Understanding in scienceLevel : Moderate
2
Which of the following is true about the eclipse of the Moon. 
A
Can only be seen by people living at the Earth’s equator. 
B
A partial eclipse of the Moon occurs when the Moon is in the umbraregion. 
C
The eclipse of the Moon occurs at a very short period of time. 
D
The eclipse of the Moon occurs when the Earth, the Moon and the Sunare aligned in a straight line.
 
Construct : Understanding in scienceLevel : Moderate
3
Which of the following shows the correct positions of the Earth, the Sun andthe Moon during a lunar eclipse?
A
2
 
 
BCDAnswer & ExplanationSection A
1.
Answer D
ExplanationSince light travels in a straight line, a shadow is formedwhen the path of the light is blocked by an opaque object.2.
Answer D
ExplanationOption A is wrong because the eclipse of the Moon can beseen anywhere on Earth.Option B is wrong because q partial eclipse of the Moonoccurs when the Moon is in the penumbra region.
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