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CLASS : _____________
SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN BATU ANAM
(PENILAIAN KURIKULUM3) AUGUST 2008 SCIENCE FORM 2 TIME : 1 HOUR
Instruction: - This paper consist of two paper ( paper 1 and 2). - Write down the answer of paper 1 at page 6. - Write down the answer of paper 2 at the given spaces.
Prepared by : ………..................................... ( En. Muhamad Syafiq Suhimi)
Checked by: . ………………....... ( En. Sulaiman b. Abd Rahman ) ( GKM Sains & Matematik )
M. Knowledge about the development of science. C. C. Iron nails left outside the house. Exposed iron nail rust B. M and N are steps involve In a scientific investigation. Which of the following is the best definition for science ? A.N M. Rearrange them in the correct Order. D.recording data N . 5.K.Interpreting data M . K.making conclusions A. R and S with their symbols. Q. The field of knowledge that is concerned only with soil. D. Occurances that involve living things only. Iron nails cannot rust indoors 3. L. B. Science thought B. C. What is the hypothesis that can be made? A.L.K. B.. The life process that take place in an organism.1. R and S ? P Q R S 2 .analyzing data L .N N. The classification of knowledge of the natural surroundings.M 4. K . Water necessary for the rusting of iron C. Occurances that take place in natural world.M.L.K. D. What is a natural phenomena? A. 2. rust…. Which of the following is represented by P. Value of Symbol symbol P µ Q m R c S M Table 1 Table 1 shows the values of the symbols P.L. The balance of natural processes in a living thing. Q. Only iron nails rust D.N L. K.
Figure 2 Figure 1 What is the volume of the stone? 3 .. 32.5 ml 9.I unit Physical quantity K Length L Time M Electric current N Mass Table 2 Table 2 shows S. D.. C. D. A student conducted an experiment to measure the volume of a stone by setting up the apparatus shown in Figure 2 8. Water is the volume water? A. A. I only II only II and III only I . Micro Mili Micro Mega Milli Micro Milli Centi Centi Mega Centi Milli Mega Figure 1 shows a measuring cylinder containing water. M . 33. I and II only I and III only II and III only I . That the body will weigh 10 kg as well on the….I units for basic physical quantities. the length of a straight line C. Micro D. the volume of liquid B.0 ml B. the area of a surface 6. kilogram second ampere Metre C. The length of a curved line can be measured using…. Centi B. centimetre ampere second kilogram 10. I a thread and a ruler II an opisometre III calipers A. Measuring cylinder is used to measure…. II and III 11.0 ml D. A body has a mass of 10 kg on Earth. Basic S. 32.A. Which of the following are represented by K . 33. the length of a curved line D. B. I Moon II Pluto III Mars A. C. gram hour volt Newton B. Metre second ampere kilogram D.5 ml C. Mega C. II and III 7. and N? K L M N A. L . B.
B. corrosive radioactive explosive toxic 17. Marble Mass (g) P 2. 50 cm3 burette 50 cm3 beaker 100 cm3 measuring cylinder 25 cm3 pipette 4 .001 0.01 0. D. C. C. Which of the following is the prefix value of centi ? A. Q and R with their respective mass.1 g 2. A. C. D. All the apparatus below can be used to measure the volume of liquids except… A. 16.3 cm3 of liquid accurately ? A. B. Figure 4 The symbol in Figure 4 shows that a substances is…. D. D. 0. B. B.2 R 2.0 Q 2. What is the average mass of P. Q and R ? A. 12.4 g 18. is correct when measuring the volume of water in a measuring cylinder ? 13. B.4 Table 3 Table 3 shows three marbles P. D. 2. Which apparatus is most suitable to measure 21.2 g 2.1 10 Figure 3 Which of the eye positions in Figure 3.A. D. C. C. B.0 g 2. burette conical flask measuring cylinder pipette 14. 12 ml 20 cm3 52 ml 32 cm3 15. C.
The volume of the cylinder is now 30 cm3. Figure 6 Five marbles of the same size are added into water in a measuring cylinder as shown in Figure 6.0 cm 2. The level of the water rise to the 45 cm3 mark on the measuring cylinder. 20. A. B. C. No chloroplast D. 35 cm3 B. C.5 cm3 3. Presence of nucleus C. 22. Two pieces of zinc of the same size are put into 25 cm3 of water in a measuring cylinder. 43 cm3 C. 2. 47 cm3 Figure 10 Figure 10 shows the structure of a root cell of the balsam plant.Figure 5 Name the apparatus above. Which of the parts labeled P. B. 55 cm3 19. D.0 cm3 3 Figure 9 Which of the following shows that The cell of Figure 9 is an animal cell ? A. a beam balance a chemical balance a lever balance a spring balance 21. D. D. Q and R can be found in the human cheek cell ? I P II Q 5 .0 cm3 5. Small size B. If each marble has a volume of 2 cm3 . Presence of cell wall Question 22 and 23 are based on Figure 10. what is the volume of water in the measuring cylinder ? A. What is the volume of one piece of zinc ? A.
C. Cell wall D. cell wall B. Which structure in plant cell control substances entering and leaving the cell ? A. D. Organ C. 26. D. I and II only I and III only II and III only I . C. Figure 11 shows a type of organism that lives in pond water. 29. D. B. B. cytoplasm B. R and S. A. Cell B. Tissue 28. Q . nucleus 25. nucleus C.. cell membrane C. B. What is the basic unit of all living things ? A. chloroplast D. cell membrane 27.III R A. Which of the following are examples of unicellular 6 . C. P Q R S 24. C. which maintains the shape of root cell ? A. Of the parts labelled P. II and III Figure 11 Which of the following can be grouped together with this organism ? A. B. Plant cells are different from animal cells because only plant cells have…. D. Which of the following is not a multicellular organism ? A. Spirogyra Mould Hydra Amoeba 23. cytoplasm D.
Stomach C. II and III 33. Amoeba . yeast and Spirogyra C. B. Organ C. Tissue B. L System System Organ Organ 31. Tissue 34. Figure 13 shows human cell organization. Euglena and Amoeba 30. Which of the following is represented by 7 . TissueSystemCellOrgan CellTissueOrganSystem OrganCellTissueSystem CellOrganTissueSystem 32. C. B. D.organisms? A. Which of the following shows the correct sequence of cell organization in the human body? A. Table 4 shows the organisation of cells to K and L. Kidney B. D. X and Y ? CELL X Y SYSTEM Figure 13 X A. Amoeba and Euglena D. Euglena . C. Bone tissue D. System D. II only I and II only II and III only I . yeast and Hydra B. Platelet Y Sperm White blood cell Lung Nerve cell Figure 12 Which of the following can this structure be grouped with ? I Ovum II Sperm III Testis A. Spirogyra . Yeast . Cell Explanation organisation K A group of cells that carry out the same function L Two or more types of tissues together performing a certain function Table 4 Which of the following is represented by K and L on the explanations stated ? K A. Figure 12 shows a structure in the organisation of human cells.
. B . This is because plant cells have…. I and II only I and III only II and III only I . B. C. D. C. A. C. II carries out all the process of life III cannot make food themselves A. D. Plants have fixed shapes. Which of the following system supports the body and protects the organs of the human body ? A. II and III 37. C. Cell Tissue Organ System A. B. D. D. B. 8 . Which of the following statements is true for unicellular organisms ? I can only be seen through a microscope. C. B. Which of the following system are found in human beings ? I Reproductive system II Respiratory system III Skeletal system A. The small intestine is an example of a / an……. II only I and II only II and III only I . cell wall cell membrane vacuoles Cytoplasm 39. Skeletal system Nervous system Respiratory system Reproductive system 40. B.A B C D organism Figure 14 Which organisation of cells marked A. C and D in Figure 14 formed by a group of tissues to perform the same function ? 35. B. D. A. Paramecium and Amoeba are classed as animal cells because they…. C. II and III ----------------The end --------------- 38. have vacuoles do not have cytoplasm do not have a cell wall do not have a nucleus 36. D.