INVESTIGATING THE EARTH AND THE UNIVERSE YEAR 5 Section A

Bahagian A
[30 marks] [30 markah] Answer all questions. Jawab semua soalan Every questions is followed by four options A, B, C and D. Tiap-tiap soalan diikuti oleh empat pilihan jawapan iaitu A, B, C dan D. Choose the correct answer. Pilih jawapan yang betul. The suggested time for this section is 45 minutes. If you unable to answer a question, proceed to the next question. Masa yang dicadangkan untuk bahagian ini ialah 45 minit. Sekiranya kamu tidak dapat menjawab sesuatu soalan, teruskan menjawab soalan berikutnya. 1.

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The statement below is true except A B C D Big Dipper can be seen during April June Orion can be seen during DecemberFebruary Scorpion can be seen during June -August Southern Cross can be seen during Mei – July

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Which constellation below can be seen as the shape of a kite? A B C D Southern Cross Big Dipper Orion Scorpion

4.

The figure shown below is a shadow of a ruler which is placed in the centre of a school field

Constellation is a group of …………….. that form a certain pattern in the sky. A B C D moon colours stars planet

Which of the shadows is formed at 6.00 p.m? A B C D K L M N

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8. The figure below shows the observation that have be done by a fair test on shadows.

The figure shows the phases of the Moon.

Which of the following is the correct sequence of phases of the Moon? A B C D
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In which position might the shadow at 4.00 p.m? A B C D
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P, Q, R, S. S, R, P, Q P, S, R, Q Q, S, R, P

P Q R S

Which phases of the Moon will be seen on the 1st in the Lunar Calendar? A B C D Full Moon New Moon Half Moon Crescent

The shadow of a pole is ………….. in the afternoon. A B C D long short unchanged big

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Which phases of the Moon will be seen on the 15th in the Lunar Calendar? A B C D Full Moon New Moon Crescent Half Moon

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The Sun rises in the east and sets in the west The information above explains about……. A B C D rotation of the Sun phase of Moon occurrence of day and night Movement of the Earth around the Sun

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Which of the following shapes of the Moon is crescent? A B C D

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15. The figure shows the phases of the Moon. The figure shows the rotation of the Earth on its axis. P, Q, R and S are four different places on the Earth.

Which of the following phases is the position of the Moon at B? Which place is evening ? A B C D
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A

P Q R S

B

The changes of the shapes of the Moon is called…………… A B C D the phases of the Earth the phases of the Moon the rotation of the Earth the rotation of the Moon

C D

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14.

Which of the following phases of the Moon is represented by T?

Which of the following statement is not true about the phases of the Moon. A B Phases of the Moon is caused by rotation of the Moon around the Earth. Full Moon can be seen on the first day of the month in the Lunar Calendar. Moon does not emit light but reflects the Sun’s light. Lunar Calendar is based on the phases of the Moon.

A B C D

Half moon New Moon Crescent Full Moon

C D

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Which of the following phases of the 20. The figure shown below is a shadow of a Moon is correct in sequence? ruler which is placed at the centre of a school field A New Moon, Crescent, Half Moon, Full Moon B Full Moon, Crescent, Half Moon, New Moon. C Crescent, Full Moon, Half Moon, New Moon D Full Moon, Half Moon, New Moon, Crescent. It is seen with a head, long body, tail and stinger It is one of the constellation see this type of In which direction way does the shadow form at 6.00 p.m A B C D
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18. • •

When can we constellation? A B C D
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North East West South

April to June December to February June to August September to November It is seen with a head, long body, tail and stinger. It is one of the constellation. represent the

The diagram below shows three balls P,Q and R.

Which the following constellation above ? A B C D Scorpion Big Dipper Orion Southern Cross

Which of the following represents P,Q and R? A B C D
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P Earth Sun Sun Moon

Q Moon Earth Moon Earth

R Sun Moon Earth Sun

The appearance of a new Moon is on the………... A B C D 15th in the Lunar Calendar 21st in the Lunar Calendar 1st in the Lunar Calendar 7th in the Lunar Calendar.

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The figure below shows parts of the phases of the Moon.

The figure below shows the observation that have be done by a fair test on shadows.

Which of the following figure represents the phase of the Moon L? A B C D
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Why is the size of the shadows not the same? A B C D The Earth rotates from West to East. The Earth moves round the Sun. The Moon rotates round the Earth. The Moon rotates on its axis.

The occurrence of day and night is caused by………… A B C D the rotation of the Earth on its axis. the rotation of the Moon on its axis. the movement of the Earth around the Sun. the movement of the Moon around the Earth.

Which of the following are the phases of the Moon? I II III IV A B C D New Moon Full Moon Crescent Old Moon I, II and III only I, II and IV only I, III and IV only I, II, III and IV
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The figure shows the phases of the Moon

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Why does the Moon appear bright at night? A B C D It reflects the light from the Earth. It emits light. It reflects sunlight. It reflects light from another star. Which of the following phases of the Moon is at position A? A B C D Half moon New Moon Crescent Full Moon

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The figure shows phases of the Moon.

Identify the shape of the Moon at p osition number 4. A B C

D

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What is a constellation? A B C D Group of stars Group of pattern Group of sky that form a certain pattern Group of stars that form a certain pattern in the sky

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