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SET 1 , LATIHTUBI PMR 2009

55/1

JABATAN PELAJARAN KEDAH DARUL AMAN

LATIH TUBI SAINS PMR KERTAS 1 ( SET 1 )

SEKTOR PENGURUSAN AKADEMIK

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Which apparatus is used to measure volume of liquid to an accurancy of 0.1 cm ³ ? A. Diagram 2 shows the level of a liquid in a measuring cylinder . D. Diagram 2 Which of the following is the correct reading ? A B C D 37 38 41 43 ml ml ml ml 1 .SET 1 . C. LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 1. B. Diagram 1 shows apparatus used in the laboratory. 2.

Diesel C Which of the following symbols represents X ? A.It pumps blood around the body Which organs are P . B. P . Diagram 3 below shows a bottle of a hazardous substances. The statements in the table below describe the functions of three organs . 4. C. D. It digests food R . Q and R ? P A B C D Stomach Heart Lungs Lungs Q Heart Lungs Stomach Heart R Lungs Stomach Heart Stomach 2 . Q and R.SET 1 . LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 3. X is the symbol for the hazardous substance. P – Exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide occurs here during breathing. Q –.

 Ductile and malleable  Good conductor of electricity  Exists in the solid state at room temperature  Exists naturally as an element in the Earth’s crust Substance X is A B C D Gold Carbon Copper Mercury 3 . IV.SET 1 . LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 5 Which of the following is true about the particles of iron at room temperature ? A B C D Can move freely in any direction. A B C D 7 I and IV only I and III only I and II only II and IV only Substance X possesses the following characteristics. Can move in one direction only. II. III. 6 Which organs are parts of the excretory system ? I. Far apart and can move freely. Close together and can only vibrate.

LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 8 Diagram 4 shows a boy inflating a balloon. lower its boiling point and increase its freezing point. it can be concluded that A B C D 9 Air has mass. Diagram 5 A small amount of salt is added to distilled water.SET 1 . lower its boiling point and lower its freezing point. One fifth of the air is oxygen Air occupies space. The presence of salt in water will A B C D increase its boiling point and increase its freezing point. Diagram 4 From the observation above . Diagram 5 shows the apparatus set-up to determine the properties of water. Air is made up of many types of gases. 4 . increase its boiling point and lower its freezing point.

5 . B. Diagram 6 Which of the following is likely mixture P? A B C D 12 Petrol and water Water and salt Water and alcohol Coffee drink and carbon powder Which is a method to keep the air clean ? A B C D Use leaded petrol Build more factories Use CFC – free products Increase the use of cars on the road. D. C. LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 10 The information in table 1 below shows tests carried out on a gas. 11 helium oxygen nitrogen carbon dioxide Diagram 6 shows a process to separate the components in mixture P.  Very soluble in sodium hydroxide solution Lime water turns cloudy Blue litmus paper turns red Table 1   The gas is most likely to be A.SET 1 .

6 . D. A. At the end of the experiment the lime water turn chalky. B . Diagram 8 What conclusion can be drawn from the experiment? A B C D 15 Carbon dioxide is produced when fuel is burning. Diagram 7 Which of the following gases represented by A . B. C and D is needed for combustion ? 14 An experiment is set up as shown in Diagram 8.SET 1 . LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 13 Diagram 7 shows the percentage of gases in the atmospheric air . C. Heat is released when fuel is burning Soot is produced when fuel is burning Carbon element exists in fuel Which of the following is a non-renewable energy source?.

After half an hour. A boy is singing 18 Diagram below shows four empty tins . he feels hot. B .SET 1 . The temperature and volume of water in all the tins are the same. An airplane is flying. A . III. II. C and D with different coloured surfaces. A B C D I and IV only I and II only II and III only III and IV only A car is moving. IV. LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 16 When Kamal sits near a camp fire . A television is switched on. which tin has the lowest temperature ? A B BLACK C D RED SILVER WHITE 7 . Diagram 9 The heat from the camp fire reaches Kamal by A B C D 17 radiation convection reflection conduction Which of the situation have kinetic energy ? I.

21 Diagram 10 shows a boy sucking water using a straw.SET 1 . Diagram 10 Which part has the lowest pressure? 8 . This is because the tips of the fingers have A B C D more receptors. a thick layer of epidermis. LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 19 Which of the following situations shows the application of the expansion and contraction of matter by heat? A B C D 20 The tips of the fingers are more sensitive to stimuli compared to the palm. a thin layer of fat a thin layer of dermis.

Diagram 12 Which of the following interaction is correct ? A B C D Competition Commensalism Mutualism Prey-predator 9 .SET 1 . Diagram 11 Which of the following plants possesses seeds with the above structure ? A B C D 23 Diagram 12 shows a mynah getting its food on top of a buffalo’s back. LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 22 Diagram 11 shows the structure of a seed.

The result obtained is shown in Table 1. Food test Iodine solution Millon’s reagent Benedict’s solution Table 1 The test shows that distilled water contains A B C D 25 glucose protein fats starch Observation Remains brown Remain colourless A brick red precipitate is formed Diagram 14 shows the human digestive system A D B C Diagram 14 In which organs does the digestion of proteins take place ? 10 . LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 24 Diagram 13 shows the set-up of an experiment to study the absorption of digested food. food test are carried out on the distilled water.SET 1 . Diagram 13 After 40 minutes .

Ignites a glowing splinter. Diagram 15 Which of the following tanks labelled A . C or D clears suspended materials and reduces acidity of water ? 27 Diagram 16 shows the process of electrolysis of water Diagram 16 What is the characteristics of gas R ? A B C D Turns lime water chalky. B .SET 1 . Bleaches the colour of acidified Potassium Manganate ( VII ) solution . LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 26 Diagram 15 shows part of the water treatment’s process. 11 . Produces ‘ pop ’ sound when tested with a lighted wooden splinter.

A rubber band becomes longer when stretched What conclusion can you make from the observation? A B C D Force is a push or a pull . The water in the glass is heavier than the cardboard. Diagram 17 The mouth of a glass full of water is covered with a cardboard and held in various positions. LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 28 Diagram 17 shows an experiment. It is observed that the cardboard remains in place and the water does not spill out. 29 The following shows a list of observation.    A glass breaks when dropped. The water in the glass does not exert any pressure on the cardboard. Force can change the shape of objects. Force has a direction and magnitude.SET 1 . The cardboard has got stuck to the rim of the glass. What conclusion can be made based on the observation ? A B C D The atmospheric pressure that acts equally in all directions presses the cardboard onto the glass. 12 . Force can change the position of objects. A balloon expands when blown up.

LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 30 Diagram 18 shows the state of some seedlings after two hours. Diagram 19 shows examples of the adapted plant parts which support land plants.SET 1 . Diagram 19 Which of the following adapted plant parts below match with the correct plants? Tendrils A B C D Cucumber Mangrove Flame of the forest Cucumber Buttress root Mangrove Flame of the forest Cucumber Flame of the forest Breathing root Flame of the forest Cucumber Mangrove Mangrove 13 . The seedlings require the buoyancy of water to support themselves. The seedlings moving away from the sun. Diagram 18 What inference can you make from your observations? A B C D 31 The seedlings are supported by the turgidity of their cells. The seedlings do not have any support systems.

8 m 20 N J Fulcrum Diagram 20 What is the load of J ? A 8N B 10 N C 20 N D 80 N 33 Diagram 21 shows an alveolus and blood capillary on its surface.SET 1 . LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 32 Diagram 20 shows a balanced lever system 0. Alveolus P Q Direction of blood flow Capillary Diagram 21 Which of the following shows the correct concentration of oxygen at P and Q ? P A B C D High High Low Low Q High Low Low High 14 .4 m 0.

LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 34 The following information describes on of the chambers in the human heart. Which of the following is this chamber ? A B C D 35 Right atrium Left atrium Right ventricle Left ventricle What are the excretory products removed by kidney? I. II.  Oxygenated blood flows through it  It has thick muscular wall  Pumps blood to all parts of the body. III. A B C D Blood Urea Water Glucose II only III only IV only IV only I and II and I and III and 36 Diagram 22 shows the male reproductive system Which part if cut and tied will enable married couples to prevent pregnancy ? Diagram 22 15 .SET 1 . IV.

Gas R produced shows positive effect towards solution P .  Produces energy by nuclear reaction. Copper sulphide powder Solution P Diagram 23 Which of the following represents gas R and solution P ? Gas R A B Carbon dioxide Sulphur dioxide Solution P Lime water Acidified Potassium Manganate ( VII ) solution C Carbon dioxide Acidified Potassium Manganate ( VII ) solution D Sulphur dioxide Lime water 16 .  Gives off its own light. Which of the following is object S ? A B C D Black hole The Moon Neutron star A star 38 Diagram 23 is the apparatus set – up to show the effect of heat on copper sulphide. LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 37 The following information is about an object S in the Universe.SET 1 .  A ball of hot gases.

46 Rate ( cent ) 0.29 17 . A B C D RM 60.28 RM 79. The transformer can be used to lower the voltage of an alternating current. LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 39 Diagram 24 shows a type of transformer.28 RM 65.SET 1 . III. Diagram 24 Which of the following statements correctly describe the transformer shown in Diagram 24 I.22 0. II and III Diagram 25 shows readings of electric meter for a household. II. Diagram 25 Table 2 shows the rate of electric charged by the electrical power supplier. The secondary coil of the transformer has more turns than the primary coil. The transformer is a step. Charge First Consecutive Unit 200 500 Table 2 Calculate the cost of electrical energy used by the household.down transformer. A B C D 40 I and II only I and III only II and III only I .46 RM 72.

LATIHTUBI PMR 2009 55/1 18 .SET 1 .

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