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1. The diagram 1 below shows a danger warning symbol.

Diagram 1

Which of the following is the meaning of the symbol?


A Irritant
B Corrosive
C Flammable
D Toxic

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2. The diagram 2 below shows a common science laboratory apparatus.

Diagram 2
Which of the following apparatuses has the same function as the apparatus above?

A C

B D

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3 The diagram 3 below shows the structure of plant cell.

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Diagram 3

Which of these structure that present in plant cell but not in the animal cell?

A P and R

B R and S

C S and T

D P and T

4 Why pregnancy may not occur eventhough fertilization occur?

A The zygote begins to divide repeatedly as it moves down the Fallopian tube

B Only one sperma can enter ovum in fertilising

C The embryo has to travel past the thickened uterus wall

D The embryo may not attach itself properly to the wall of the uterus

5 Which of the following is a physical factor involved in homeostasis?

A Osmosis pressure

B The level of sugar in blood

C The change in the body temperature

D The change in the water content of the body

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6 Which of the following can regulate water in the plant?

A Diffusion

B Transpiration

C Respiration

D Photosynthesis

7 Where is the place of the processs of fertilisation usually occur?

A Cervix

B Fallopio Tube

C Vagina

D Uterus

8 Diagram 4 below shows a carbon cycle with three processes, K, L and M..

Diagram 4

What is the role of carbon dioxide in this cycle?

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9 The following information shows the characteristics of a vertebrate.

Diagram 5

Which animal has these characteristics?

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10 Diagram 6 below shows two processes, Q and R, in the plant.

Diagram 6

Which of the following are represented by P, Q, R and S?

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11 The diagram 7 shows a boy who is suffering from kwashiorkor disease.

Diagram 7

Which of the following is the cause of the disease?

A Drinking too much water

B Lack of protein in the diet

C Lack of calcium in the diet

D Too much carbohydrate in the diet

12 Table 1 below shows three types of enzyme involved in the digestion of food molecules in the
alimentary canal.

Table 1

What are Q, R and S?

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13 Which food pyramid is the best guide to plan a balance diet?

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14 Which of the following statement is true about vaccine?

A Vaccine is a type of antibody

B Vaccine is a white blood cell

C Vaccine is a blood plasma

D Vaccine is a weakened or dead pathogen

15 Diagram 8 shows the response of a plant.

Diagram 8

Which of the following plants shows the same response?

A Hibiscus

B Red bean

C Sunflower

D Venus flytrap

16 Diagram 9 shows the cross section of the human nose


.

Diagram 9

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What is the function of X?

A. Moistens the nasal cavity


B. Interprets the impulses as a smell
C. Secretes mucus to dissolve the chemicals
D. Detects and sends the impulses to the brain

17 Which part of the human respiratory system is involved in the exchange of gases?

A. Trachea
B. Nasal cavity
C. Bronchioles
D. Alveoli

18 The table 2 shows the percentage of three gases in inhaled and exhaled air.

The percentage of oxygen gas decreases because it

A is trapped in the heart

B is used in respiration

C is lost through transpiration

D flows through the whole body

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19 Which of the following is correct about artery?

A It receives blood from small blood vessels


B It has semi-lunar valves
C It has thick wall inch can withstand the high pressure of the blood
D It forms a network in most of the organ

20 The table 3 shows two components of blood, X and Y.

What are components X and Y?

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Section B:
5 Questions

1.

Figure 1 shows a plant cell.

Figure 1

(a) On Figure 1, label structures P, Q and R using the following words:

[3 marks]

(b) Draw lines to show the correct match between the structures and their functions.
Draw the lines as shown below.

[2 marks]

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2.) Draw lines to match each type of system to its function.

System Function

To digest food so that it can be absorbed


easily and used by the body.

To enable gas exchanges to take place.

To carry oxygen and food to all parts of the


body.

[3 marks]

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3 Diagram 2 shows the classification of food classes.

Food class

Carbohydrates X Fats Mineral Vitamins Roughage Water


salts

Diagram 2

(a) (i) What is food class X?

..............................................................................................................................................
[1 mark]

(ii) State one function of food class X..

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[1 mark]

(b) Give two examples of food that contain carbohydrate.

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[2 marks]

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(a) Diagram 3 below shows the composition of air.

Diagram 3

(i) On Diagram 3 above, label gases, P, Q and R using the following words:

[3 marks]

(ii) State the percentage of carbon dioxide in air.

_________________________________________________________________________
[1 mark]

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5. a) Diagram 4 below shows cross section of a flower

X=

Y=

On the diagram 4 above, label part X and Y


[2 Marks]

Answer the statement below with the correct answer


(i) Anther and _________________ create male flower reproductive organ

(ii) Stigma. Still, ovary and __________________ create female flower reproductive
organ
[2 Marks]

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Section C (6 questions)

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a) The table 1 below shows the materials used in the investigation

Material Density (g/cm-3)

Water 1.00
Cork 0.24

Ice cube 0.92


Glass 2.50

Copper 8.90
Cooking oil 0.92

Glycerine 1.30

Based on the table 1 given::


i. List down all the material that float and sink in water

Float Sink

[3 marks]

ii. Based on your answer in a) (i), why materials float and sink in the water?
_________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________

[2 marks]

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b) Density = Mass(g)
Volume (g/cm3)

i) A stone has mass 25 g and volume 10 cm3. Find the density of the stone.

[2 marks]
ii) Two marbles that has the same size have mass of 54g. the volume of each
marble is 12cm 3 . Find the density of each marble.

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c) Diagram 1shows logs which are transported through the river.
[2 marks]

Explain how the wood can float in the water.


_______________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________

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[1 marks]

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2 Diagram 2 shows the phase P, Q, R and S in the menstrual cycle.

Diagram 2

a) Based on Diagram 6, state the phase involving the process of ovulation

______________________________________________________________________ [1 mark]

b) Why is the uterine layer in phase S seen thicker than phase Q and R?

______________________________________________________________________ [1 mark]

c) Explain the next process if fertilization does not occur.

_______________________________________________________________________ [2 marks]

a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)

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j)
k)
d) Describe the process that occurs in:

Phase P Phase Q
Uterus wall
decomposed i) ______________________
(menstruation)

Phase S Phase R

iii)_____________________ ii) ________________________


[3 marks]

d) If a woman experiences menstruation on the 15th day of the month, when will the ovum
be released by her ovary? Explain your answer.

________________________________________________________________________ [2 marks]

e) What is the importance of maintaining personal hygiene during menstruation?

_________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________ [1 mark]

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a) Diagram 3 shows a duck and an eagle

Diagram 3

State three common characteristic between duck and eagle

_________________________________________________________________________

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________________________________________________________________________ [3 marks]

b)
Diagram 4 shows the classification of invertebrates.

Invertebrates

With legs Without legs

P Snail

Ant Q

Diagram 4

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Underline the correct answer

i) An example of P is (prawn, cockroach, butterfly)

ii) An example of Q is (planaria, sea anemone, leech)


[2 marks]

c) Diagram 5 shows the classification of non-flowering plant

Non flowering plant

Moss R Confer

Diagram 5

i) What is represented by R?

[1 mark]

II) How does R reproduce?


_________________________________________________________________________ [1 mark]

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d) Diagram 6 shows two plants

X Y

State one similarity and two differences between both of the plant

i) Similarity

(1 mark)
ii) Differences

(2 marks)

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4 a) Match the vitamin to tis correct effect of deficiency

Effect of deficiency
Vitamin

Beri –beri

Night blindness
Vitamin A

Rickets
Vitamin K

Slow blood clotting

(2 marks)

b) Explain the test for fats by using cooking oil and ethanol

(2 marks)

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c) The following information shows the study of National Health Survey

Penyakit kencing manis/Diabetes


mellitus : 17.5%

Tekanan darah tinggi / Hih blood


pressure : 30%

Paras kolestrol tinggi / High


cholesterol level: 47%

Obesiti / Obesity : 17%


This data shows the unhealthy diet and life styles. We should take balanced diet.
Berat berlebihan / Overweight : 40%
i) What is balanced diet?

(1 mark)

ii) The high cholesterol level may cause heart disease. Why?

(1 mark)

iii) The heart disease patients are advised to change their eating habits and their
lifestyles. Give two suggestions for each of the above.

Eating habits Life styles

1.………………………………………… 1.…………………………………………
…………………………………………. ……………………………………………

2………………………………………… 2…………………………………………
………………………………………… …………………………………………

(4 marks)

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5. Figure 7 shows structures P, Q and R of the human nervous system.

Diagram 7

(a) Label P, Q and R in Figure 11


[3 marks]

(b) State two main parts of the human nervous system.

________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________
[2 marks]

(c) What is voluntary action? Give one example.

________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________
[2 marks]

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(d) Shukri blinks a few times when dust enters his eyes. What type of action being done by Shukri? Justify
his action in this situation.

__________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________
[2 marks]

(e) What is the importance of the network of human nervous system in life?

__________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________

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[1 mark ]

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36. Diagram 8 below shows a human respiratory system.
.

Diagram 8

(a) Using the letters in Diagram above, complete the diagram below to show the air flow during
inhalation.

[2 marks]

(b) What will happen to structure K during the process of exhalation?

________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________
[1 mark]

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(c) Diagram 9 below shows the structure of an alveolus.

Diagram 9

The process of gaseous exchange happens between the alveolus and the blood capillaries.
(i) Name the gases involved.

______________________________________________________________________

[2 marks]

(ii) Explain how this process can happen.

_____________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________

[1 mark]

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(d) Figure 10 shows a man smoking in a public place.

Figure 10

(i) Cigarette smoke releases some air pollutants. State two types of substances the pollutants.

_____________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________
[2 marks]

(ii) State two negative effects of air pollutants released by cigarette smoke to the human health.

______________________________________________________________________________

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[2 marks]

Prepred by

( Ms.Kohela Aluemalai)

END OF QUESTIONS. GOOD LUCK

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