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SECTION A

Answer all the questions. Every question is followed by four answers A, B, C and D. Choose the correct answer. Then, blacken your answer on the answer sheet provided. The suggested time for this section is 45 minutes. If you are unable to answer a question, proceed to the next question. 1 Animals need food to A B C D 2 breathe grow and stay healthy get rid of waste materials maintain body temperature

Figure 1 shows a potted plant inside a plastic bag.

Figure 1 After one week the plant wilts although it is watered every day. What is your explanation for this condition of the plant? A B C D 3 The plant does not get enough sunlight. The plant does not get enough water. The plant does not get enough air. The plant does not get enough space.

Figure 2 shows the distances between two potted plants.

Figure 2

What is P? A B C D 4 Place Length Time Weight Figure 3 shows a basket of durians. What is the weight of 22 durians? A B C D 5 22 kg 44 kg 66 kg 88 kg Which of the following materials come from plants? I II III IV A B C D Cotton Silk Rubber Wood I. III and IV only I. Figure 3 One durian weighs 2 kg. III and IV 6 Figure 4 shows a kettle. III and IV only II. II and III only I. II. Figure 4 Which part of the kettle is an insulator? A B C D W X Y Z .

7 Which of the following are advantages of recycling? I Reduces the consumption of natural resources. III Can save our forest. II and III 8 Which of the following factors can cause rusting? I Present of air II Present of water III Present of wind IV Present of sunlight A B C D I only I and II only II and IV only I. III and IV only 9 Figure 5 shows a part of the Solar System. Figure 5 State the name of planet P and Q. II Reduces the pollution problems. P Venus Venus Mercury Mercury A B C D Q Jupiter Mars Jupiter Mars . A B C D I and II only II and III only I and III only I.

Figure 7 The animal eats A B C D sugar cane bamboo shoots grass small insects . II and III Figure 7 shows an animal. Figure 6 Which of following statements are true about these microorganisms? I They are living things II They can breathe III They can be seen with naked eyes A B C D 12 I and II only I and III only II and III only I.10 The ratio size between the Earth and the Moon is A B C D 1:4 1:6 4:1 6:1 11 Figure 6 shows two types of microorganisms.

bulb B3 will not light up. 15 Figure 9 shows that water droplet are formed on the outer wall of a beaker. Figure 9 The water droplets come from the A ice cubes B water in the beaker C water in the straw . Bulb B3 will light up Bulb B1 will not light up. Bulb B1 will light up.13 Which of the following is a renewable energy resource? A B C D Biomass Coal Petroleum Natural gas 14 Figure 8 shows an electric circuit. Figure 8 Which of the following will happen if bulb B2 blows? A B C D Bulb B1 and B3 will still light up. Bulb B1 and B3 will not light up.

D air surrounding the beaker 16 Which of the following statements are true about gas? I II III IV A B C D It has a fixed shape It has mass It has a fixed volume It can be compressed I and II only II and IV only I. Figure 10 Which phase of the Moon can be seen on the 15th day of month? A B C D 19 Q only P and Q only P and R only Q and R only Figure 11 shows the model of a building. III and IV only 17 The Earth rotates on its axis A B C D once every 24 hours once every 12 hours once every 30 days once every 12 months 18 Figure 10 shows four phases of the Moon. II and III only II. Figure 11 Which of the following shapes cannot be found on the model? .

A place where only humans live.5 2 . A place where animals and plants live. which car travelled the fastest? Car X W Y Z Distance (km) 40 90 60 200 Table 1 Time taken (hour) 1 2 0. II and III only 23. 22 Which of the following human activities can cause the destruction of habitats? I II III IV A B C D Replanting Development Illegal hunting Preservation of natural resources I and II only II and III only II and IV only I. Which of the following activities is correctly matched to the type of force involved? Activity Cycling Blowing a balloon Sawing a plank Tug of war A B C D Type of force Pulling Gravitational Pushing and pulling Pushing 24 Based on the information in the table 1 below.A B C D 20 Cylinder Pyramid Cuboid Hemisphere What is the shape of a book? A B C D Cone Sphere Cuboid Cylinder 21 What is a habitat? A B C D A place where plants live. A place where animals live.

. II and III Which of the following occurrences is not related to the eclipse of the Sun? A Rotation of the Earth around the Sun. B Rotation of the Moon around the Earth. Figure 12 The process is A B C D 26 drying salting pickling deep freezing Figure 13 shows improper disposal of waste materials. Figure 13 Which of the following will happen if the above is left unattended for a week? I Breeding ground for bacteria II Disturbing the comfort of living III Destroying the beauty of the surroundings A B C D 27 I only II and III only I and III only I.A B C D X W Y Z 25 Figure 12 shows a process for preserving food.

J.C Light travels in a straight line. II and III Figure 15 shows a pair of ice tongs. D Rotation of the Earth on its own axis. fulcrum and load? Effort J K L K A Fulcrum K L J J Load L J K L . 28 Figure 14 shows an astronaut who landed on the Moon in 1969. K and L represent the effort. Figure 14 Which of the following statement explain why the astronaut’s footprints remain until this day? I There is no rain on the Moon II There is no wind on the Moon III The surface of the Moon is covered with fine sand A B C D 29 I only I and II only II and III only I. Figure 15 Which of the points.

SECTION B Answer all questions.B C D 30 Which of the following describes the advantages of simple machines to humans? A B C D Work can be completed faster Slow down productivity Takes more time to complete simple work Needs more effort to overcome a small load. what is changed? . 1 A bryophyllum leaf and a rambutan leaf are grown in container P and Q as shown in Figure 1 below. _________________________________________________________________________ ( 1 mark) c) Give a reason for your answer in (b). _________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) d) In this experiment. Figure 1 a) What is the purpose of this activity? _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) b) Predict which leaf will grow after one week. Write your answers in the spaces provided.

___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) d) What conclusion can be made from the investigation? ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) . _______________________________________________________________________ ii._________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) e) State two other plants that reproduce in the same way as bryphyllum. The cardboards are placed one behind another with the holes lying in a straight line. Figure 2 a) Based on figure 2. i. what is your observation? ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) b) What will happen if cardboard P is moved to the right? ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) c) Explain your answer in (b). _______________________________________________________________________ (2 marks) 2 A pupil carried out an investigation as shown in Figure 2 below.

___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) b) What happens when switch S2 is turned off? ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) c) What should be done to light up bulb Z only? ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) .3 Figure 3 shows a parallel circuit. Figure 3 a) Compare the brightness of the bulbs in the circuit.

what is changed ? ___________________________________________________________________________ ii. a) What will happen if Aminah pushes the bottle slowly? ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) b) Give one reason for your answer in (a). what is observed? .d) What will be observed if bulb X is removed? ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) e) Give one advantage of a parallel circuit. ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) c) In the investigation. ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) 4 Aminah places two similar bottles on the plywood in two different ways. i.

___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) END OF QUESTIONS PAPER Answers Section A 1. c) i. If one bulb blows. B 4. D 22. C 21. Bryophyllum It reproduces through leaves Types of leaves i. Bulb X. A 18. Y and Z have same brightness Bulb Y will not light up. D 15. Bulb Y and Z light up more brightly than before. B 23. C 25. the other bulbs will still light up. D 28. A Answers Section B 1 a) b) c) d) e) a) b) C) d) e) a) b) c) d) e) To find out relationship between types of leaves with the growing of leaves. Begonia ii. A 19. B 5. 2 3 4 a) Bottle P will fall first. A 12. The base area of the bottle ii. B 6. The pupil cannot see the lighted candle. Bottle Q will fall later. B 10. B 20. A 2. 29. D 8. D 27. . Because light is blocked by cardboard P. C 3. C 11. A 7. 26.___________________________________________________________________________ (2 marks) d) Based on the investigation. The stability of the bottle d) Base area of an object. b) Bottle P falls before Bottle Q because it is less stable. B 17. The light candle Light travels in a straight line. B 13. A 14. B 9. African violet The pupil is able to see the lighted candle. D 16. B 30. C 24. Turn on switch S3 only. give one factor that effect the stability of a structure.