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PEMERINTAH KABUPATEN PURBALINGGADINAS PENDIDIKAN DAN KEBUDAYAAN
SMP NEGERI 1 PURBALINGGA
Jl. Kapt. Piere Tendean No. 8 Telp. (0281) 891089 Fax. (0281) 892918 KP 194PURBALINGGA 53313SEMESTER TESTACADEMIC YEAR 2008/2009Subject: Science-PhysicsClass/Semester: VII/1
st
Day, date:Duration: 120 minutes
1.Which of the following are true?Basic quantitySI unit1.Electric currentAmpere2.MassKilogram3.TemperatureCelcius4.Lengthmete5.Densitykg/m
3
A. 1, 2, and 3.C. 1, 2, 3, and 4B. 1, 2, and 4D. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 52.Which of the following quantity is
not
basic quantity?A. LengthC. VolumeB. MassD. Time3.The distance between two points is called . . . .A. farC. heightB. lengthD. volume4.The space occupied by an object is called . . . .A. massC. volumeB. weightD. temperature5.The degree of hotness and coldness of an object is called . . . .A. thermometerC. FahrenheitB. temperatureD. heat6.Select the correct conversion from the following alternatives:A. 53 800 grams = 53.8 kilogramsC. 2 900 meters = 29 kilometersB. 3 600 seconds = 360 hoursD. 15 kilometers = 1 500 centimeters7.The amount of materials in the substance is called . . . .A. lengthC. weightB. amount of substanceD. mass8.A certain unit to measure the distance of objects on the sky is called . . . .A. milC. light yeaB. kilometresD. feet

9.Figure 1 shows the scale of measurement with a vernier calliper.The result of that measurement is . . . .A. 3.50 cmC. 3.55 cmB. 3.53 cmD. 5.90 cm10.Figure 2 shows the scale of measurement with a micrometer.The result of that measurement is . . . .A. 5.50 mmC. 5.50 cmB. 6.37 mmD. 6.37 cm11.Which of the following measurement tools are used to measure mass?I. Lever balanceII. Beam balanceIII. Spring balanceA. I and II onlyC. II and III onlyB. I and III onlyD. I, II, and III12.Figure 3 shows the scale of measurement with
a triple beam balance
.The result of that measurement is . . . .A. 329 gC. 471 gB. 401 gD. 741 g
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Figure 3

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Main scale Nonius scaleFigure 1
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13.Figure 4 shows the level of water in a measuring cylinder, before and after a stone is putin.The volume of that stone is . . . .A. 10 cm
3
C. 20 cm
3
B. 15 cm
3
D. 30 cm
3
14.The volume of water in a glass is 100 ml. This volume equals . . . .A. 10 m
3
C. 10 dm
3
B. 100 cm
3
D. 100 dm
3
15.The mass of an object is 79 g, has a volume of 10 cm
3
. The density of that object is . . . .A. 0.12 g/cm
3
C. 79 g/cm
3
B. 7.9 g/cm
3
D. 790 g/cm
3
16.The density of an object is 0.8 g/cm
3
. What is the density in kg/m
3
?A. 0.0008C. 800B. 0.008D. 800017.The temperature of an object is 15ºC. That temperature in Fahrenheit is . . . .A. 21.4ºC. 81.2ºB. 59ºD. 288º18. The temperature of an object is 36ºR. That temperature in Celsius is . . . .A. 24ºC. 40ºB. 36,65ºD. 45º19.Celsius and Fahrenheit scales show the same value in . . . .A. 40ºC. 0ºB. 20º D. 40º20. Figure 5 shows the comparison between Fahrenheit and Celsius thermometer.The value of X is . . . .A. 80ºC. 212ºB. 100ºD. 273º21.Water becomes ice (solid) in the low temperature, state of water in the room temperatureis liquid, and at the higher temperature, water changes into vapour (gas). This explainsthat the state of certain matter depends on it’s . . . .
10 cm
3
20 cm
3
Figure 4
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32º
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Figure 5