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# Second Monthly Exam Math 7

## Determine each statement as true or false.

1. |-12| = 20
2. |-90| = -90
3. -|-20| = -20
4. -|-5| = -5
5. |-18| > |-4|
6. |-25| < |-9|
7. -2 < |-8|
8. |-6| = -6
9. |-5| + |-2| = 7
10. |19| + |-5| = 24

## Find the sum using the rules of addition.

1. (-9) + 12
2. (-20 + 5
3. (-4) +( -5)
4. 67 + 34
5. 67 + (-223)
6. (-56) + (-12)
7. (-23) + 16 + (-23) + 21 + (-34)
8. (-66) + 15 + 21 + (-44) + 56
9. (-32) + (-15) + (-23) + 25 + 45
10. (-45) + (-17) + 34 + 34 + (-21)

## Subtract the integers.

1. 12 – (-5) 6. 23 – (-12) – 16
2. (-3) – (-6) 7. (-21) – (-43) – 76
3. 9 – 12 8. (-12) – 78 – 23
4. (-4) – 5 9. 20 – 16 – 15 – (-34)
5. 23 – 5 10. (-56) – (-43) – (-67) – 32 – (-89)

## Perform the indicated operations.

1. 3 – 4 + 6 + 5 6. (-67) + 65 + 21 + (-12) + (-17)
2. (-4) – 5 + 5 + (-4) 7. (-8) + 6 – 45 – 14
3. 8 – 6 + (-5) + (-5) – (-5) 8. 23 + (-3) + 21 – (-4)
4. (-5) + 12 + (-6) – 6 – (-4) 9. 5 – 7 – 7 – (-4) + 23 + 6
5. 9 + 6 + 14 + (-45) – 12 10. 6 + (-60) – 5 + (-4) – 5

## Multiply the following.

1. (4)(5) 6. (-2)(-23)(-21)
2. (-4)(-4) 7. (-34)(20)(4)
3. (-3)(-4) 8. (-21)(28)(16)
4. (4)(-6) 9. (-15)(13)(34)
5. (-6)(12) 10. (-21)(-34)(-32)

## Divide the following.

1. 84 ÷ 4 6. (-240) ÷ (-12)
2. (-24)÷ (-6) 7. (-630) ÷ (-15)
3. 60 ÷ (-5) 8. 424 ÷ 4
4. (-125) ÷ (-5) 9. (-366) ÷ 6
5. 40 ÷ 5 10. 1 024 ÷ (-4)
Write the following in numeral form.
1. five squared
2. ten cubed
3. seven to the sixth power
4. twenty-seven to tenth power
5. ten to eight power
6. three to the fifth power
7. ninety-six to the sixth power
8. two to the twelfth power
9. sixteen to the eight power
10. eight to the tenth power

## Perform the indicated operations.

1. 8 + 4 – (-10) – 6
2. 9 ÷ (-3) – 6 + 7 + 53
3. 4(9 – 6 + 8) – 6 ÷ 2
4. 53 ÷ 5 + 6(3 – 5)
8 ×40−12
5. 54 – 67 + 34 + 2 ×2
54 − 35
6. 53 – (4 - 342 – 12) + 5
7. {122 – 56 + [45 - 16(45 – 34) - 92] - 15}
8. 45 – 12 - 12 + 72
(−9)3 (3)3 + 92
9. 33 + 14
10. 25 – 12 - 45 + 62

## Solve each problem.

1. Going to the 4th floor of the building, a pupil will take 16 steps for every floor. How many steps
will he take to reach his class of he starts from the ground floor?
2. Ann has a daily school allowance of P75. She spends P45 for lunch and save the rest . How
much does she save in a 30-day month?
3. An electronically-controlled printing machine can print 360 000 lines in one hour. How many
lines can the machine print in a minute?
4. Ben has P12 800 in his bank. If he earned this by saving P16 daily, how many days did he
save for the said amount?
2nd Monthly Examination Science - Grade 7

Identification
1-15
arm tube
cells organ tissues

## Level of organ system base cell wall

organization stage

Cell
nucleus cytoplasm chloroplasts
membrane
plastids

## 1. It is a rigid layer that surrounds the plant cells.

2. It is a membrane bound organelle, spherical in shape.
3. Fluid substance that fills the cell.
4. It is a storage organelles because they store products like starch.
5. Contact the eyepiece to the objective lenses.
6. The outer lining of the cell which encloses all other cell organelles.
7. It is an elongated or disk-shaped organelle containing chlorophyll.
8. The bottom of the microscope, used for support.
9. Supports the tube and connects it to the base.
10. Made up of two or more organs that work together as a single unit to perform a broad
set of functions, particularly in many-celled organisms.
11. Made up of similar cells from the same orogin that carry out a specific functions.
12. Composed of different types of organs that perform a specific functions.
13. In the environment starts with elementary particles, atoms, molecules, organelles which
14. The fundamental unit of structure and function of all living organism.
15. Composed of a collection of tissues which together forms a unit that serves a common
function

## 16-25 Label the parts of a Compound Microscope.

26 – 42 Write the word of the correct answer.

26. What is the light source of a microscope also known as? (light bulb / illuminator / Sun / flashlight)
27. What is the eyepiece of a microscope also known as? (optical / orange / oncological / ocular)
28. What are stage clips in a microscope? (Metal clips that hold the slides in place / Plastic clips
that hold the lenses in place / Wooden clips that hold the stage in place / Rubber clips that hold the
arm in place)
29. The fine adjustment knobs are larger than the coarse adjustment knobs on a microscope. (True
/ False)
30. If you placed an "e" in the slide of a compound microscope, and moved the slide to the left, in
what direction would the e appear to move? (to the right / upward / to the left / downward)
31. Most high school microscopes come with three different objective lenses. Which of these is NOT
a lens power? (regular power / high power / medium power / low power)
32. What part of a microscope holds the objective lenses? (nosepiece / earpiece / eyepiece /
mouthpiece)
33. What part of a microscope allows you to adjust the amount of light that shines through?
34. If you have one lens of your microscope with 4X, and the other with 10X, what is the total
multiplication?
10. What is the recommended part of the microscope to hold when transporting it? (eyepiece / arm /
stage / slide)
35. What is the function of an arm in a microscope?
 You look through to see the specimen
 Is used to support the microscope when carried
 Holds the slide in place
 Not sure
36. What does stage clips do in a microscope?
 Magnification ranges from 10x to 40x
 Moves the stage up and down for focusing
 Holds the slide in place
 Not sure
37. What is the role of a Fine adjustment knob?
 Moves the stage slightly to sharpen the image
 Holds the high and low power objectives, can be rotated to change mangnification
 Supports the microscope
 Not sure
38. Why is Ocular lens used?
 Is used to regulates the amount of light on the specimen
 Projects light upwards through the diaphragm, the specimen, and the lenses
 Not sure
 You look through to see the specimen
39. What is a diaphragm?
 Supports the slide being viewed
 Moves the stage up and down for focusing
 Is used to regulates the amount of light on the specimen
 Not Sure
40. What does objective lens do?
 Moves the stage slightly to sharpen the image
 Magnification ranges from 10x to 40x
 Moves the stage up and down for focusing
 Not sure
41. What is light source?
 Projects light upwards through the diaphragm, the specimen, and the lenses
 You look through to see the specimen
 Holds the high and low power objectives, can be rotated to change mangnification
 Not sure
42. What is a coarse adjustment knob?
 Supports the microscope
 Not sure
 Moves the stage up and down for focusing
 Holds the high and low power objectives, can be rotated to change magnification

43 - Matching type. Match Column A with Column B. Write the correct word.
Column A Column B
43. Supports the microscope  Body tube
45. Separates the eyepiece lens form the objectives lens  Fine adjustment
46. Moves the body tube for focusing with the low-power objective lens  Arm
47. Moves the body tube for focusing with the high-power objective lens  diaphragm
48. Supports the body tube  base
49. Controls the amount of light passing through the opening of the stage  Lower power
objective
50. Magnifies about 10xsupports the microscope  Revolving nose
piece
51. Holds the high and low power objective lenses, allows them to rotate for  High power
viewing objective
52. Magnifies about 40x  Stage
53. Supports the slide being used  Stage clips
54. Holds the slide in place  Mirror/light source
55. Reflects light upward through the diaphragm  Eye piece

True or False
56. Cells work alongside other cells in what we call tissues.
57. A tissue is a family of cells that live very close together and work hard to do the same jobs.
58. Many tissues come together to form what biologist call an organ.
59. Before purchasing or using a microscope, it is important to know the functions of each part.
60. Organs work together to form a system.
61. Base supports the tube and connect its base
62. Tube connects the eyepiece to the objective lenses.
63. The bottom of the microscope is base.
64. Simple microscope is magnifying glass.
65. We should practice proper handling in using microscope.
66. Animal cells and plant cells are the same.
67. Plant cells have cell wall and plastids.
68. The purpose of the condenser lens is to focus the light onto the specimen.
69. The compound microscope has two systems of lenses for greater magnification.
70. The stage is a slide platform where you place your slides.
Matching Type
Match the descriptions in Column A with the terms in Column B. Write the word of the correct answer.

Column A Column B
__________ 71. This is the part of a microscope where you * arm
peep. *autoclave
__________ 72. A flatform of a hole to let the light pass. *centrifuge
__________ 73. It moves the stage up and down. *computers
f. diaphragm
__________ 74. This is where the microscopic is held when moving from *eyepiece
place to place. *revolving nosepiece
__________7 5. It holds the objectives. * spectrophotometer
*stage
__________7 6. It controls the amount of the light passing through the *Body tube
hole or aperture.
__________ 77. It is a tool used to separate components of a mixture.

## __________ 78. It is used to measure the different intensities of a specific

spectrum compared to light.
__________ 79. It is used as sterilizer at a high temperature and pressure.

## __________ 80. It acquires, stores and processes input data.

81-100 Enumeration
1. 2 - Types of Optical Microscope

## 2. 3- Classification of Compound Microscope

3. 4- Levels of Organization

Essay

## 1. What is the importance of microscope in Biology?

July Monthly Examination (English 7)

1-10 Cloze Test: Directions: Read the passage below and WRITE the action verb of each sentence.
Just right the letter M if the sentence expresses a mental action and P if it expresses physical action.
Write your answers on the space provided. Use the word scroll on the right. (10pts.)

## A year ago he __(1)__ last in his division. He __(2)__

about his goal for this year. During the summer he __(3)__ raced joined
everyday. He __(4)__ his poor physical condition last year. He swam remembered
__(5)__ his friends for daily workouts. They __(6)__ on an hour noticed jogged
each day. Their coach __(7)__ them each week. Soon they timed thought
__(8)__ their speeds improving. Sometimes they __(9)__ as part decided ran
of their conditioning. This school year they __(10)__ against
some stiff competition.

11-20 Reading Comprehension: Directions: Read the passage below and make a separate list of
action and linking verbs. [NOTE: You will find 8 action verbs and 6 linking verbs in the sentence.]

Czayrina and Trisha are great sailing enthusiasts. They live, work, and play near the beach.
Czayrina is thirty five, and Trisha is forty. In the summer, Czayrina works at a hotdog stand. Trisha
was a junior lifeguard. They save almost all the money they earn. They want a sailboat of their own
someday. Their father was the skipper of a boat. Last year they sailed in the annual regatta. They
were winners of the big race.

21-60 Language Expression: Directions: Write a sentence for each verb listed below. After you
have written the sentences, Write the ACTION VERBS or LINKING VERBS.

## feel sing speak hop

appear dance write grab
capture photograph listen annihilate
hurry visit stop amputate
stumble make look attest
smell create hear complain
break clear talk object
think decipher walk delete
test encode eat exfoliate
61-70 Directions: Read the following sentences carefully. WRITE the VERB and identify as
MAIN VERB or AUXILLIARY VERB.

## 71. Mountaineering has grown in popularity.

72. Mt. Everest was first climbed in 1953.
73. Rock climbing is also popular.
74. The Nabisco Wall has always been regarded as most challenging.
75. Some climbers have fallen over a mile without injury.
76. Have you heard of the mountain in Kashmir?
77. Climbing requires strength and agility.
78. Bad weather has often caused many problems for climbers.
79. Mountaineers should certainly use the best gear possible.
80. People of all ages engage in this sport.

71-80 Directions: Make a story about being a staff who is preparing for the nationwide of
debates of the presidential candidates by using the following verbs below. Don’t forget these
words into a transitive form.
decipher command prepare utter abhor listen believe ruin photograph voted

Directions: From the magic wand below, change the following verbs into sentences from intransitive
to transitive by adding an object to each sentence. (10pts.)
cooked

kicked