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SUMMATIVE TEST 12

STRENGTH AND STABILITY

Theme 5: Investigating Technology

SECTION A

Instructions: Each question is followed by four options, A, B, C and D. Choose the

correct answer.

1 The vibrations of an earthquake are more dangerous to high- rise buildings than low-

rise buildings because…

A a lower structure is more stable.

B a high structure can increase the vibrations of an earthquake.

C higher buildings make rescue work more difficult.

D the stability of building structures is not related to height.

A A structure that does not collapse easily

B A structure that can support a heavy load

C A structure that is built with different shapes

D A structure that is big and high

A B

C D

A Raise the height of the structure

B Reduce its diameter

C Increase its base area

D Construct a spherical roof

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X Y Z

Which of the following shows the correct arrangement of the objects in increasing

order of stability?

A X, Y, Z

B Y, X, Z

C Y, Z, X

D Z, X, Y

I R is more stable than S.

II R is more stable than T.

III T is more stable than S.

A I and II only

B I and III only

C II and III only

D I, II and III

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7 The diagram below shows three models, L, M and N, which have the same shape.

L M N

What can be said about the stability of L, M and N if they have the same height?

A L will become the most stable model.

B N will be more stable than M.

C M will be more stable than L.

D M and N will have the same stability.

Which of the following is the correct way to make the model stronger?

A Use cylinder-shaped legs.

B Raise the height of the legs.

C Add more legs.

D Reduce the size of the legs.

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SECTION B

Answer all the questions.

Instructions: Write your answers in the spaces provided.

1 A group of pupils arranged three models as shown in the diagram below to investigate

the stability of the models.

models of polystyrene

cardboard

When the cardboard was inclined slowly, the pupils recorded their observations as

follows:

i. Model Z toppled over first, followed by model Y.

ii. Model Y toppled over first, followed by model X.

________________________________________________________________

(b) Write a hypothesis based on the aim of your investigation stated in (a).

_______________________________________________________________

_

(c) State…

i. what is changed: ________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________

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2 The diagram below shows a model that is built by a pupil, using coins.

5 sen coin

10 sen coin

20 sen coin

50 sen coin

_________________________________________________________________

_

_________________________________________________________________

(c) Another model is built by the pupil, as shown in the diagram below.

_________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________

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_________________________________________________________________

SCIENCE PRACTICAL

ASSESSMENT (PEKA)

YEAR 5

TEACHER’S GUIDE

DATE : ______________

INVESTIGATING TECHNOLOGY

Learning Area 1 Strength & Stability.

Learning Objective 1.2 Understanding the strength and

stability of a structure.

Learning Outcome 1.2.1 Explain how base area affect the

stability of a structure.

Method : Experiments.

Steps.

happen.

2. Blow a plastics cup in upside down positions. Observe what will

happen.

Observation.

_____________________________________________.

2. What to :

(a) change : ____________________________________

3. What is the relationship between the base area and the stability of the structure?

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_____________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________

Conclusion.

The stability of an object depends on its ___________________

and ___________________________.

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