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All matters occupy space and have mass. States of matters can be classified into three, namely: (1) ______, _______ and ________. Every solid has constant shape and (2) __________. The cause is that (3) ___________ are packed closely and tied strongly. Besides, particles of solid vibrate their closest particles but their energy (4) __________ them from their position. Liquid, similarly, also has (5) ____________ volume because its particles are close to each other. However, particles of liquid have (6) _____________ to move and roam. That is the reason why the liquid can flow and have (7) ____________ as its container. Unlike solid and liquid, gas particles have (8) _______________ to oppose the attracting force. That is why, gas particles (9) _____________ to any directions and have the same shape as its container. Gas does not have fixed shape and volume.

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Water and kerosene are examples of liquid. Wet clothes become dry because the water is ________ by sun. This paper is not right for an experiment. Please ________another one. A bicycle has two _______. Stone is big but sand is ________. A dice is in the form of _________. When you beat drums, they __________.

A 1. 2. 3. states of matter water vapour kinetic theory of matter ---4. 5. vibrate ---sufficient energy c -------

B a. mathematical analysis of matter in linear motion b. move about in a place from side to side quickly and with small movement. c. the form of the matter such as solid, liquid and gas. d. enough, adequate energy. e. a mass of very small drops of liquid in the air (a gas form of water).

Acid and base can be identified by taste and_________(1). But, they are not _______(2) ways. Orange contains ________(3). It _____(4) sour. On the other hand, base has _______(5) taste. Some acids and bases are ________(6) or corrosive. Soap is ______(7) of base. When we touch it, it feels________(8). household_________(10). A 1. slippery 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. taste salt identify acid base touch sour bitter h B a. a substance that tastes sour b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. to recognize something tastes like sea water what tongue can feel what skin can feel the taste of unripe orange an alkali substance that tastes bitter the feeling on the skin that soap makes the taste of black coffee Some acids are found in various _____(9) and some in

1. Which of the following substance is element ? a. water a. Te and Ni b. air b. Cu and N c. carbon c. Cu and Ni d. sugar d. Fe and Ne 2. The symbols for cooper and nitrogen are : 3. The following properties are known : 1. can be separated by physical changes 2. single substance 3. can be broken down by chemical reaction 4. the properties of the forming components still remain Among them, which one is the properties of a compound? a. 1 and 2 b. 3 and 4 c. 2 and 3 d. 2 and 4 4. a compound has chemical symbol of H2O and NH3. the names are : a. water and nitric a. water and sand b. water and alcohol b. water and vinegar c. vinegar and ammonia c. water and kerosene d. iron powder and sand 6. How is the comparison of the forming components in a compound ? 7. Mention the differences between a compound and a mixture. 8. Explain the differences between homogenous and heterogeneous mixture. 9. When an iron pipe is put in open air, there will be rust formation (Fe2O3). a. mention the forming components of rust b find out if the rust has different properties of the forming elements 10. You have to shake syrup medicines before drinking. What is the aim of shaking ? explain. 11. Which of the following substances are elements ? a. gold c. bronze e. air f. water e. iron g. carbon h. Rubber i. Iron b. silver d. aluminum 12. Write the symbols of the following elements a. Oxygen b. Sodium a. Al b. Au c. nickel d. copper c. Ag d. C g. aluminium i. zinc j. carbon i. Ne j. N f. phosphorus h. platinum e. Cu f. Ca g. Na h. Ni j. Sulphur d. water and ammonia 5. among the following mixture, which one is homogenous ?

13. what are the element names of the following symbols ?

14. what is meant by a compound ? Mention 5 examples of compound around you. 15. name the elements of the following compounds and mention the number of atom in each molecule. a. Baking soda (NaHCO3) b. Caffeine (C8H10N4O2) c. Vinegar acid (C2H2O4) d. Carbon dioxide (CO2)