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# Cambridge International Examinations

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SCIENCE 0846/02
Paper 2 October 2015
45 minutes
Candidates answer on the Question Paper.
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The total number of marks for this paper is 50.

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## 2 This bar chart shows the boiling points of some substances.

300

250

200
boiling point in C
150

100

50

0
A B C D
substance

C [1]

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3

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C [1]

0N

10

g
15

cm

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guitar

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violin

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A B C D E

## Does it have berries?

yes no
(It is a Cowberry) Does it have spiky petals?

yes no
(It is an Alpine Aster) Does it have
bell-shaped flowers?

yes no
(It is a Fairy Thimble Does it have four
Bellflower) petals on each flower?

yes no
(It is a Common Mezereon) (It is a Pinnate-leaved Ragwort)

A=

B=

C=

D=

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## 5 Chen wants to separate a mixture of salt, sand and iron powders.

(a) First of all Chen decides to separate the iron from the mixture.

## Put a circle around the method he uses.

evaporation

filtration

magnetic attraction

sieving
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(b) Chen then decides to separate the sand from the salt and sand.

He adds water to the mixture and then stirs the mixture for two minutes.

Put a circle around the method he then uses to obtain the sand.

evaporation

filtration

magnetic attraction

sieving
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(c) To finish the separation Chen gets salt from the salt solution.

## Put a circle around the method he uses to obtain the salt.

evaporation

filtration

magnetic attraction

sieving
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cm3
C
30
28 2
26 58 15 32 4
3 34
56 12
24 54 9 6
6
36

22 52 38 8
50 40
20 1/10 10
48 42
46 44
18 12
16 14
cm

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## 7 The flow chart shows part of the water cycle.

water droplets in
process B clouds

rain
water vapour

process A
lakes
sea water
rivers

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## she puts her she puts her

hands down hands up

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petal stigma
anther carpel

nectary ovary
sepal

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A B C D E

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12 Using the picture below list three features which help this animal to adapt to its
environment.

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## 13 Scientists explore the solar system.

Which scientist was one of the first to believe that the Sun was at the centre of
our solar system?

## Tick () the correct scientist.

Edwin Hubble

Galileo Galilei

Isaac Newton

Leonardo da Vinci
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50 X
40
30
sea water
20
10

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cm3 [1]

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(d) Hassan pours all of the seawater into the glass dish.

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pointer

11:0

13:00
time scale

10:

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0

14:
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9:

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8:
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15
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7:00 00
17:
6:00 18:00

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## the Sun spins on its axis during the day

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(c) Priya wants to make a sundial to show the time over 24 hours.

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60 C 120g

30 C 45g

20 C 30g
40 C 65g

50 C 90g

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