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Diagram show an experiment done by year four student?

Plant A

Plant B

A. Predict what will happen to plant B after one week. B. State one reasons (inference) base on your answer above. C. In the above experiment, what variables should be kept the same (constant)? D. What conclusion can be made from this experiment?

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moist biscuit L

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dry biscuit M

ants

moist biscuit N

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A group of pupils did an investigation about the basic needs of ants. Three containers L, M and N are prepared as shown in the diagram. The containers are left in a room for one week. A. State one observation about the condition of the ants at the end of the experiment. B. State one reasons (inference) base on your answer above. C. State the thing that is I changed

II observed D. What can you conclude from the fair test?

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Different sizes of cotton cloth are soaked in water and then taken out. The water that remained in every container is measured. The results are shown in Table below. Area of cotton cloth (cm2) 25 36 49 64 Volume of water which remained (ml) 55 42 31 22

A. What is the aim (purpose) of the investigation? B. State one inference (reasons) based on the volume of water which remained in a cloth with the area of 64 cm2?

C. Write one observation to support the reason (inference) in 3 (b). D. State two things that are kept the same in the above activity. I. II E. State the relationship between what is changed and what is observed. F. Predict the volume of water that will remain in the container if area of cotton cloth is 81 cm2.

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Figure shows the apparatus used in a fair test. Three spring with the same size and diameter were hung with three different mass of weight. The lengths of the spring stretch were recorded at the end of the investigation.

50 g

100 g

150 g

A. What is the purpose (aim) of this investigation? B. State the thing that is I changed:

II measured: C. Predict the spring’s length if the load is 200 g. D. What conclusion can be made from this investigation? 2

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L. Glass K L M N Number of ice cubes 1 2 3 4 Volume of water (ml) 180 260 340 420 K L M N A. I. C. Predict what will happen to the nail in Beaker A. What is the purpose (aim) of the experiment? D. Each glass having the same amount of water. water iron nail Beaker A Beaker B oil boiled water A. C. II.5. M and N. What is the relationship between the two information’s above? 6. E. State one inference (reasons) based on the volume of water in glass N? B. I. State two information gathered in this investigation. II. Write one observation to support the reason (inference) in 5 (a). B. State two information gathered in this investigation. Study the set-up in the diagram carefully. Give your inference (reason) based on your answer in B. The volume of water at the end of the activity is shown in Table. F. Name two ways to prevent rusting. Diagram shows a different number of ice cubes were put into glass K. 3 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo .

D. B. A. State I the thing that is kept the same (constant variable) in this investigation. Study the diagram. Give a reason to support your answer in (a). Which planet is conducive for living things? B. What conclusion can be made from this investigation? 9. Table shows the yield gained after 3 days of harvesting using two different methods. Write your observation based on the information given. 4 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . II the thing that is measured (responding variable) in this investigation. Diagram shows the growth of a chilli plant planted by Mahzan in front of his house. What is object R? 8. III the thing that is changed (manipulated variable) in this investigation. C.I II 7. State one inference (reasons) based on your observation? C. What is planet P? D.5 5 A. Harvesting method Human labour Harvesting machine Land size (hectar) 1.

Box S can be filled with the most number of rubber balls. Calculate the different in number of rubber balls between box Q and box S. What can be observed in box P? B. Write an inference (reason) for the observation in (a). 5 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . What is the trend of the change in the number of rubber balls in the chart. Diagram is a bar chart showing four boxes filled with rubber balls in the sports room. C. Number of rubber balls Size of the box cm³ A. State one inference (reasons) based on the number of leaves? C. What can be observed from the diagram? B. What is the relationship between the two variables mentioned in (c)? 10. E. D. Predict the number of leaves after 30 days. State I the things that need to be changed in this investigation. Number of leaves 2 3 5 II the things that need to be measured in this investigation. Based on the statement above what is your reason (inference)? E. D.Number of days 1 10 Day 1 Day 10 Day 20 20 A.

who weights 60 kg. Boy Fauzi Muthu Sam Mass of boy (kg) 50 55 45 Height the boy climb (m) 3. What conclusion can be made from this investigation? 11.5 5. Predict the height the boy can reach E. Fauzi. B. F. State one reason (inference) based on the height climb by Sam. Another boy. Table shows the result of the activity. wants to climb up the rope. climbing up a rope. C.F. State one relationship between what is changed (manipulated variable) and what is measured 9 responding variable).5 2. What is the trend of change in the height that the three boys able to reach as the mass of the boys increases. Write one observation to support your reason (inference) in 11 (a).0 A. Muthu and Sam. What conclusion can be made from this activity? 6 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . D. Diagram shows three boys.

Three different sizes of wood are used to measure the surface area of a door. D. Diagram shows three U shaped magnets. What can be observed from the result of the investigation. The result of the investigation are recorded in the table. Size of the pieces of wood 1 cm 1 cm 3 cm 3 cm 40 Number of pieces of wood used 360 6 cm 6cm 10 A. 7 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . P Q R A. C. State I the thing that is kept the same (constant variable) in this incestigation. Write one observation to support your reason (inference) in 12 (a). State one reason (inference) based on the number of paper clips attracted to magnet P and R. B. What conclusion can be made from this investigation? 13. II thing that is measured (responding variable) in this incestigation.12.

D.5 100 18. Volume of beaker (ml) Circumference of the beaker (cm) 50 15. C. P Table shows the result of this investigation. 2 cm 2 cm Predict the number of pieces of wood used to measure the door. State I II III the thing that is kept the same (constant variable) in this incestigation. C. thing that is measured (responding variable) in this incestigation. D. The circumference of a beaker S is 35 cm. What can be observed from this investigation? B. Diana measured the circumference of circumference each beaker. What conclusion can be made from this investigation? 14.0 250 28. II what is measured (responding variable) in this incestigation. What can be said about the volume of beaker S? 8 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . thing that is changed (manipulated variable) in this incestigation. Diagram show of each beakers three beakers of different sizes.5 Q R A. What is the relationship between the variables stated above. Diagram shows a piece of wood measured 2 cm X 2 cm.B. State I What is changed (manipulated variable) in this incestigation.

D. They put a chicken. B.TAHUN 5 15. What can be infer from your answer in (b)? D. a piece of roti canai is moistened and then kept in a cupboard. What is the aim of the investigation. What conclusion ca be made from the investigation? 9 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . A. 16. Based on the investigation. The condition of the roti canai is observed every day for 4 days. A. In an investigation. What is the reason (inference) to your answer in (a)? C. A group of student carries out an investigation to study the food relationship between living things. Predict what will happen to the number of caterpillars after two week? B. Identify the producer in the food chain above. What is the relationship between the area covered by the moulds and the number of days? C. I Caterpillars and paddy plant. ten caterpillars and a paddy plant in a container as shown in the diagram. state the food relationship between the living things below. The results of the investigation is shown in then diagram.

State one reason (inference) based on the number of frogs throughout the investigation. The Table below shows the number of plants. What is the aim (purpose) of this investigation? B. Write one observation to support your reason (inference) in 15 (a). 18. state I what is changed (manipulated variable) II what is measured (responding variable) C. Predict what can be observed on day 6. praying mantis and frogs in a cage for four days. Day Height of plant (cm) 3 5 5 8 7 11 9 ? 11 13 17 20 A. D. Diagram shows an investigation carried out by a group of Year 5 pupils. Write one conclusion based on the number of plants and the number of praying mantis. C. A group of pupils conducted an investigation on some animals and plants in a cage. What can you conclude from the fair test? 19. Predict the height of the plant on day 9. Number of days Number of plants Number of praying mantis Number of frogs 1 15 10 2 2 12 7 2 3 8 4 2 4 4 0 2 A. The table below shows the results of a fair test about the growth of a plant.17. B. In this fair test. D. Bunsen bunner 10 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo .

What can you infer from your answer in (a)? C. . C. Diagram below shows a fair test carried by a group of Year Five pupils. Predict what will be observed when the metal ring is cooled. Based on the diagram state one observation based on the result of the investigation. object torchlight torchlight shadow screen screen shadow The results of the fair test are recorded in this table below. What is the aim (purpose) of this investigation? D. In this fair test. B. measured III. kept the same F.A. changed II. What can be conclude from the investigation? D. State one reason (inference) based on the information? B. 20. Write one observation to support your reason (inference) in 18 (a). What is the trend of the size of the shadow formed on the screen? E. Predict the size of the shadow formed on the screen if the distance between an object and torchlight is 10cm 11 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo Size of the shadow formed on the screen (cm) 4 6 8 10 12 . what things need to be I. Distance between an object with torchlight (cm) 100 80 60 40 20 A.

State one inference based on the statement. Based on the investigation. 12 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . What must be kept the same in this investigation. B. What is the purpose of the investigation? B. 22.The bar chart below shows the results of the activity.21. 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 Running distance / metre 20 40 60 80 100 A. Aiman sets up two circuits. What is the aim of this investigation. A group of students carried out an activity to study the numbers of chest movement and the running distance . In what way are circuit X and Y are different? D. State the relationship between the running distance and the numbers of chest movement in one minute. measured (responding variable)? C. Bulbs in circuit Y are brighter than the bulbs in circuit X. A. The numbers of chest movement in one minute. changed (manipulated variable)? II. state the following that is: I. C. X and Y as shown in the diagram below.

Time taken ( min ) 10 20 30 40 50 Weight of towel (g) 40 30 20 10 10 A. She put 20ml of water using the same type and size of containers. D. II what is measured (responding variable) in this investigation. Ani carried a fair test to investigate factor effecting evaporation. C. 23. Give a reason ( inference ) for your answer in ( e ). What is the trend of change in the weight of the towel from the beginning to 40 minutes? B. The containers are put at 3 different places. State I what is changed (manipulated variable) in this investigation. State one reason (inference) based on your observation on the weight of the towel from the beginning of the investigation to 40 minutes. What can be conclude from this investigations? 24. Table shows the result of an investigations that was carried out by a girl who placed a wet towel in the Sun and measured its weight at regular intervals. The time taken for the water in each in each container evaporates completely is shown. Write one observation to support your reason (inference) in 15 (a). E.E. 13 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . What will happen if one of the bulbs in circuit X blows? F.

Length of the Shadow (cm) 100 80 60 40 20 0 8:00 a. Based on the investigation. 4:00 p. What is the purpose of the investigation? B. 10:00 a. 25. The bar chart below shows the result they have obtained. Predict the time taken if the beaker is placed in an air-conditioned room. 12:00 a. 14 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . State the trend in the length of the shadow in the investigation. A group of pupils carried out an activity using model cars to find the relationship between speed and the number of dry cell. state the following that is: I measured (responding variable)? II changed (manipulated variable)? D.Under the fan 30 minutes At room temperature 45 minutes Under the sun 10 minutes A. Give an inference to explain your answer in (b) D. state I what is changed (manipulated variable)? II what is kept the same (fixed variable)? III what is measured (responding variable)? C. State the aim of the investigation. 2:00 p. What can you conclude from this investigation? 26. The length of the shadow formed is measured and recorded throughout the day. In the fair test. C. B.m.m.m. Adib and Carmen place a wooden stick vertically into the ground.m.m. Time A.

Quantity of Boxes 1 2 3 Time Taken for the box to fall ( s ) 1 4 7 A. What can you say about the speed of the model car with 12 dry cell. What is the aim (purpose) of the investigation? B.Speed(/sm) 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Number of dry cell A. State one reason (inference) based on the time taken for the one box to fall? B. 15 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . What conclusion can you make based on the bar chart? 27. D. Write one observation to support your reason (inference) in 12 (a). Kamarul blows each box one after another to find the time taken for boxes to fall. E. Write one observation to support the reason (inference) in 17 (b). Three empty boxes are placed on the table. State : I what is changed (manipulated variable)? II what is observed (responding variable)? C. The results are shown in the table below.

Table shows the result of investigation. What is the conclusion of this investigation? 29. None Little Plenty A. A. Diagram shows an investigation carried out by a group of pupils. He poured 20ml of water into each of the three plates and put them in three different places for 25 minutes. What can you conclude from the above investigation? 16 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . What you can conclude from the fair test? 28.C. Based on questions (a) what is change in this investigation? D. Place to put the plates Under the Sun Under the tree Inside the garage Amount of water left. Meng investigated the rate of the evaporation of water under three different conditions. Predict the time taken when the quantity of boxes is 4 ? F. State a reason to support your answer in (a). I II D. What can be observed from the investigation? B. State two factors studied in this investigation. C. What is the aim of this experiment? D. What is kept the same in this investigation? E. C. Give one reason ( inference ) for your answer in (a). What can be observed it cardboard P is moved 8 cm to the left of its position? B.

and Z with the same shape but different type of materials. They build three model of bridges. Based on the result of the investigation. Based on your observation. What is the aim of this investigation? X 2 pieces Y 4 pieces Z 6 pieces B. Bridge Number of weight can be support by the bridge A A. what is the property of I 17 distilled water? PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . Substances 2 3 Colour change of litmus paper Red Litmus Paper Blue Litmus Paper No change No change No change Turns red A. Then. In this investigation. X. They add more weights to see which bridge can support more weight. what is changed? II what is observed? 31. Give one reason (inference) for your answer in (b) D. What is the aim (purpose) of the investigation? B. Ariel tested two different substances using litmus paper as shown in diagram below. Y.30. which bridge has the strongest structure? C. they place a weight on each model as shown in diagram below. Table shows the result of the investigation. I. A group of pupils carries out an investigation.

A. C. Diagram shows a dough of bread. Give one reason for the condition of the electric cables at : I 1.00 p. In this investigation.m. I what is kept the same? II what is observed? 33. A. What can you say about the taste of pineapple juice? D. What is the aim (purpose) of this investigation? B. 32. Predict what will happen to the dough after one (1) hour. II 9.II pineapple juice? C. 1 cup of flour ½ cup of warm water 1 teaspoon of sugar 1 teaspoon of dried yeast. The following are the ingredients for making the dough. B.m. Give one example of another substance that has the same property as distilled water. What is the explanation for your answer in (a)? 18 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo .00 p. Diagram shows the condition of electric cables observed by a pupil at two different times.

E. The height of the water level in the glass tubing is recorded every 5 seconds. What is the conclusion of this investigation? D. Which type of microorganism do yeast belong to? 34. B. State one inference (reasons) based on the height of water level in this investigation. Predict the height of the water level at the 30th second. Diagram shows an investigation on the heating of water. Time (seconds) Height of water level (cm) 5 10 10 20 15 30 20 40 25 50 A.C. What conclusion can be made in this investigation? 19 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . Table shows the results of the experiment. Write one observation to support the reason (inference) in 20 (a). C. State … I what is changed II what is measured D.

An investigation is carried out for 6 month to find out the effect of the brushing habit on tooth decay. Diagram shows the result of the investigation. Give one reason for your answer above. What will happen to objects in group S when they are immersed into the hot water? D. Number of times the teeth are brushed in a day 3 2 1 0 A. I the thing that is kept the same (constant variable) in this investigation. E. Give one reason (inference) for your observation in A. State an observation from this investigation. Objects Group R Glass rod Pencil Plastic ruler Cotton cloth Group S Steel spoon Aluminium rod Tin strip Copper rod A. What conclusion can be made in this investigation? 36. B. 20 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . State one inference (reason) based on your observation. Diagram shows an investigation about the ability of objects to conduct heat. C. State the aim of this investigation. Number of decaying teeth in 6 months.35. 0 1 2 3 B. Table shows the findings.

Type of surface The distance that the wooden block travels (cm) Glass 90 Carpet 50 A. Diagram shows two wooden blocks of the same mass being pushed on two different types of surfaces by Rani with the same amount of force. 38. State one observation about the characteristic of the seedling in pot P. What conclusion can be made from this investigation. Pots labeled P and Q are planted with a different number of seeds. The distance that the object travels is measured and recorded in the Table below. What is the purpose (aim) of this investigation? 21 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . III thing that is changed (manipulated variable) in this investigation. B. What conclusion can be made from this observation? TAHUN 6 37. A.II thing that is measured (responding variable) in this investigation. State one reason (inference) for your answer in (a). C. I what is change (manipulated variable) in this investigation? II what is measured (responding variable) in this investigation? C. Diagram shows the condition of the seedlings at the end of the investigation.

State I what is kept the same (constant variable) in this investigation? II what is measured (responding variable) in this investigation? C. 40. many factories are built around Tasik Besar. State one reasons (inference) based on the observation in the number of fish in this investigation. A. Table shows the number of fish found living in Tasik Besar from 2004 to 2008. B. 39. Predict the distance if the wooden block is push on a piece of plywood. State I what is kept the same (constant variable) in this investigation. Diagram is a bar chart showing the time taken by five pupils to finish a 100 m race. Suggest one way to allow the number of fish in the lake to increase? D. In year 2003. State I what is change (manipulated variable) in this investigation? II what is kept the same (constant variable) in this investigation? III what is measured (responding variable) in this investigation? C. State the relationship between the type of surface and the distance the wooden block travels. Year Number of fish 2004 4625 2005 3125 2006 2425 2007 1525 2008 625 A. D. State one observation based on the quality of air around the lake as the fish becomes less. 22 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo .B.

What is the purpose (aim) of this investigation? B. she recorded her findings as shown in Table. The papaya cube in bottle Q is still edible. State one reason (inference) based on this observation. Diagram shows the position of the Earth. A. Give one reason (inference) about your observation. Give one reason (inference) about your observation. 23 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . P and Q. State the type of eclipse that occurs.II what is measured (responding variable) in this investigation? B. Bottle Type of liquid Condition of papaya cube P Tap water Rotten Q Vinegar Edible A. State the time for the occurrence of the above eclipse. What can you say about Nasyitah during the race? C. How long does the eclipse normally last? E. while bottle Q is filled with 200ml of vinegar. Bottle P filled with 200ml of tap water. Each cube is put separately into different bottles. One week later. State the speed of Nabilah during the race. D. C. C. State one observation during the formation of the eclipse. State another observation for the papaya cube in bottle P. 41. What conclusion can be made from this investigation? 42. D. D. Mary has carried out an investigation on two cubes of papaya. B. the Moon and the Sun.

Diagram shows two pots of plants. Write one observation based on the effect of the pulley on the boy’s work. I II D. Pot P and pot Q are of the same size. What conclusion can be made from this investigation? 44. I II . C. State one reason (inference) based on your answer in (a).43. A. he repeated the same activity by using a pulley. Diagram shows an investigation that is carried out to find out whether machines are useful to us. that were planted a week ago. What conclusion can be made from this investigations. I II B. Way to carry up the pail Without using pulley Using pulley Number of pails of water 7 12 A. State two reasons (inference) about the differences between the plants in pot P and plant in pot Q. 24 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . Write two observation about the plants in pot P and pot Q after a week. Then. State I what is change (manipulated variable) in this investigation? II what is measured (responding variable) in this investigation? D. pot P and pot Q. a boy tried to carry up as many pails of water from a well as he can in 3 minutes without using a pulley. C. B. State the thing that is kept the same (constant variable) in this incestigation. Table shows the result obtained. First.

A. What is changed (manipulated variable)? II. C. Predict the image of the pencil that can be seen if the object replaced with a blue plastic. give another observations to support your answer in (a). 25 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . Write one observation to support your answer in 40 (a)? C. Types of objects Glass Tracing paper Book The ability to see the image of the pencil Clear Not very clear Cannot be seen A. Give one reason to explain the differences in the body coverings of these animals. B. B. Table shows information’s gathered from an investigations. 46. The following are reports of the investigations. What is observed (responding variable)? D. A group of pupils carried out an investigation to study the condition of the body coverings of the polar bear and the camel which are living in different habitats. The thickness of the hair layer on the skin affects the quantity of heat loss from the body. Make a suitable relationship based on the above statements. Besides the differences in the body coverings of these animals. A pencil is placed behind three different objects and the ability to see the image of the pencil is recorded. State : I. What can you infer about the ability to see the image of the pencil behind the glass.45.

chicks in cage P. State the relationship between the number of chicks and the competition for water and food. State one reason (inference) based on the observation about the : I.size of the chicks increases. the observation on the conditions of the chicks are as follows : P .Size of the chicks remains the same. of the same size. 26 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . / Q . II what is measured (responding variable) in this investigation. State I what is kept the same (constant variable) in this investigation. chicks in cage Q. II. A. while three other chicks are placed in cage Q. A chick is placed in cage P. C. Diagram shows two cages. B. for a period of one month.47. After a month. III what is changed (manipulated variable) in this investigation. An equal amount of food and water is given to the chicks in each cage. P and Q.

State one reason (inference) for your answer in (a). P Q A. The papaya cube in bottle Q is still edible. D. E. After 14 minutes of heating. she recorded her findings as shown in table.48. Mary has carried out an investigation on two cubes of papaya. One week later. 49. What conclusion can be made from this investigation. State another observation made from the papaya cube in bottle P. State I what is measured (responding variable) in this investigation. II what is changed (manipulated variable) in this investigation. B. C. while bottle Q is filled with 200 ml of vinegar. she leaves the beaker of water to cool. State what is observed (responding variable) in this investigation. Bottle Condition of papaya cube A. Each cube is put separately into two bottles of the same size. She takes the temperature of the water every two minutes. State the observation about the changes of water temperature shown in P and Q. Diagram shows the changes in the water temperature. P Rotten Q Edible C. She also records the temperature of water every two minutes. What is the purpose (aim) of this investigation? B. Bottle P is filled with 200 ml of tap water. Swee Lan heats up a beaker of water. State one reason (inference) based on this investigation. D. P and Q. What conclusion can be made from this investigation? 27 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo .

The result of this investigation is recorded in Table below. II what is measured (responding variable) in this investigation? D. B.50. State the type of simple machine shown in set–up B. State I what is kept the same (constant variable) in this investigation. using the set-ups shown below. What conclusion can be made from this investigation? LATIHAN TAMAT SEMOGA ANDA BERJAYA DENGAN CEMERLANG 28 PanitiaSains2012/skpulo . Zaki carried out an investigation as shown in diagram. E. Give one reason (inference) based on the result of set-up A and B in Table. Zaki tried to lift the maximum load that he can. Set-up The amount of load A 10 kg B 16 kg A. Write one observation to support your answer in 50 (a)? C.

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