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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Roxas City
Roxas City District III – Cluster IX
Jumaguicjic, Roxas City, Capiz

1st Quarter Exam in SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 7

Name: __________________________________________________ Grade & Section: _________________ Rating: _____________

GENERAL DIRECTIONS: Strictly NO ERASURES. Erasures are equivalent to wrong answers.

I. Identification: Identify the following based upon the descriptions given. Choose your answer from the word bank below.
*Earth Science *Biology *Chemistry *Physics *Science
*Isaac Newton *Benjamin Franklin *Angel Alcala
*Dr. Fe del Mundo *Eduardo Quisumbing
1. He made an experiment using a kite that verified that lightning is in fact electricity.
2. He is behind the invention of artificial coral reefs to be used for fisheries in Southeast Asia.
3. The study of living things.
4. It comes from the Latin word scientia which means “having knowledge”.
5. The study of the composition, properties and reactions of substances.
6. The study of matter and energy
7. The study of Earth and its composition.
8. He defined the laws of motion and universal gravitation which he used to predict precisely the motions of
stars, and the planets around the sun.
9. Credited with studies that lead to the invention of an improved incubator and a jaundice relieving device.
10. A noted expert in the medicinal plants of the Philippines.

II. Multiple Choice: Choose the letter of the best answer.

1. Why is a solution considered a homogeneous mixture?
A. It is usually liquid. B. It can be dilute or concentrated.
C. It contains a solute and a solvent. D. Its components
2. All of the following describes a solution EXCEPT ________.
A. clear B. homogeneous C. cannot pass through filter paper D. can be separated by physical means
3. A laboratory tool that is used to grip test tubes while being heated.
A. test tube holder B. test tube rack C. ring stand D. tongs
4. It is used for moving small amounts of liquid from one container to another.
A. buret B. Erlenmeyer flask C. funnel D. pipet
5. It is the part of experiment without the variable being tested.
A. alternate group B. control group C. experimental group D. null group
6. Which of the following substances is an element?
A. air B. iron C. salt D. sugar
7. Non-metals are brittle and are normally used as insulators. Which of the following pairs of elements are non-metals?
A. K and Na B. S and I C. Sn and Pb D. Ca and Zn
8. Metals are good conductors of heat and electricity. Which element does NOT exhibit this property?
A. aluminum B. chromium C. sulfur D. tungsten
9. Copper, aluminum and gold are metals. Which INCORRECTLY describes a metal?
A. metals are ductile B. metals are malleable
C. metals are good insulators D. metals are good conductors of heat
10. Sulfur, carbon and phosphorus are non-metals. Which of the following BEST distinguishes a non-metal from a metal?
A. Its homogeneity B. Its boiling point C. Its brittleness D. Its ductility
11. The main component of sand is ________.
A. aluminum B. calcium oxide C. hydrochloric acid D. silica
12. Which of the following statements is true for both elements and compounds?
A. They are homogeneous B. They are the simplest form of matter
C. They are commonly found free in nature D. They can be broken down into simpler substances.
13. Which of the following group of substances consists of metallic elements?
A. aluminum, copper, potassium B. oxygen, carbon, sulfur
C. phosphorus, chlorine, bromine D. carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen
14. Chlorine, iodine, and bromine are non-metals. What BEST distinguishes a non-metal from a metal is its ________.
A. homogeneity B. boiling point C. phosphorus D. silicon
15. John Paul wants to find out some of the distinguishing characteristics of metals. He used aluminum can, iron nail,
gold ring and silver spoon. He finally noted that these materials display the same kind of properties. Which of the
following describes the characteristics of a metal observed by John Paul?
A. metals are brittle B. metals are insulators C. metals are malleable D. metals are non-conductors of heat
16. Which of the following DOES NOT describe the properties of silver, zinc and gold?
A. They are good conductors of heat and electricity. B. They can be drawn into wires.
C. They are brittle as solids. D. They are malleable.
17. Which of the following elements is most likely ductile at room temperature?
A. aluminum B. mercury C. nitrogen D. sulfur
18. Which is TRUE about metals?
A. They have varying melting points. B. They are used to prevent thermal or electrical conductivity
C. They are good conductors of heat. D. They have low melting points.
19. Which is true of non-metals?
A. They have varying boiling points. B. They are good conductors of heat.
C. They are used as insulators. D. They have high melting points.
20. Some metals like silver and gold are used in making jewelry. What property of these metals is considered for this
A. It is expensive B. It is corrosive. C. It is malleable D. It is shiny.

III. Name the following laboratory apparatuses below.

IV. Classify the following as ELEMENT or COMPOUND.

1. H
2. NaCl
3. CO2
4. Sb
5. K
6. C6H12O6
7. B
8. Ag
9. Au
10. HCl

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