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# St.

Malabon City
PAASCU Level II Accredited

FIRST QUARTER
General Physics 1
S.Y. 2018-2019

Name 12 – St.

## Test I. Multiple Choice (15 points)

Instructions: Write the BEST answer on the space provided.

## _____1. 100 meters is equivalent to how many kilometers?

a. 1 kilometer c. 10 kilometer
b. 0.1 kilometer d. 0.01 kilometer

## _____2. Which of the following is NOT a unit used in metric system?

a. Kilometer c. Yard
b. Second d. Watt

_____3. What refers to the closeness of two or more values to each other?
a. Accuracy c. Standard Unit
b. Precision d. Measurement

## _____4. How many hours are there in 43,200 seconds?

a. 6 hours c. 18 hours
b. 12 hours d. 24 hours

## _____5. What is the equivalent of 0.035x106 in expanded form?

a. 350,000 c. 35,000
b. 3,500 d. 0.000035

## For number 6, please refer to the situation below:

Suppose you are in a lab, and your teacher asked you to find the volume of different samples of
carbonated beverages under constant room temperature. After finding the volume of each samples,
data shows as follows:

Standard Volume
Trials Actual Volume
(As shown in the label)
1 249.5mL
2 250mL 248.5mL
3 251mL
Average 249.67mL
Temperature: 25OC

## _____6. Do you think the experiment meets precision?

a. Yes, because the data shown closeness of two or more values
b. Yes, because the data shown the closeness of two or more values with regards to standard
volume
c. No, because the data shown does not have two or more close values
d. No, because the data shown does not have two or more values close to the standard volume
_____7. What is the equivalence of 25.0 km/hr in m/s?
a. 9.64 m/s c.90 m/s
b. 6.94 m/s d. 40 m/s

## _____8. Convert 0.0000067 in scientific notation form

a. 6.7x10-6 c. 0.67x104
b. 67x10-8 d. 6.7x10-7

_____9. In a laboratory, Maria uses beaker to measure the volume of a certain liquid instead of using a
graduated cylinder. What error does Maria commit?
a. Random Errors c. Laboratory Errors
b. Systematic Errors d. No errors committed

## _____10. Which of the following is NOT a scalar quantity?

a. Density c. Volume
b. Mass d. Weight

_____11. Usain Bolt runs in a track of field for three laps. Considering that a lap consists of 1 kilometer,
what is his displacement?
a. 3 kilometers c. 1.5 kilometers
b. 6 kilometers d. 0 kilometers

## _____12. Which of the following is NOT a vector quantity?

a. Displacement c. Temperature
b. Acceleration d. Work

_____13. What refers to the closeness of the two or more unknown values to the standard values?
a. Standard units c. Precision
b. Measurement d. Accuracy

_____14. Because Earth’s rotation is gradually slowing, the length of each day increases: The day at the end
of 1.0 century is 1.0ms longer than the day at the start of the century. In 20 centuries, what is the total of
the daily increases in time?
a. 20 ms c. 20 s
b. 10 ms d. 10 s

_____15. A car travelled for two hours; its position is 30.0 km east and 50.0 km north of its starting point.
What is the car’s displacement?
a. 80 km c. 40 km
b. 58.31 km d. 12.7 km

Test II. Problem solving. You can use the back of your test paper for solution.
1. A car drives 50 miles West and then heads 154 miles North.
a. Draw the vector addition. (1 point)
b. Find the magnitude of the displacement for the car. (2 points)
c. Find the direction of the car’s displacement. (2 points)

2. A rocket accelerates at a rate of 125 m/s in the northeast direction. The x-component of the acceleration
is 12 m/s.
a. Draw the vector addition (2 points)
b. Find the y-component of the velocity (3 points).

“For we are taking pains to do what is right, not only in the eyes of the Lord
but also in the eyes of man.” – 2 Corinthians 8:21