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1. Which of the following is not related to Science?

A Fish meat is rich in proteins.


B Sugar dissolves faster in hot water
C Smoking is bad for health
D A black cat brings bad luck

2. There are various steps to follow in a scientific investigation. The first step is
A collecting data
B making hypothesis
C planning the experiment
D identifying the problem

3. The information that is recorded when an experiment is conducted is called a/ an


A observation
B data
C hypothesis
D conclusion

4.
W – To collect and record data
X – To make an observation
Y – To analyse and interpret data
Z – To make a rational conclusion

Which of the following sequences is correct?


A W, X, Y, Z
B X, W, Y, Z
C W, X, Z, Y
D X, W, Z, Y

5. Which of the following is the correct prefix value of centi?


A 0.1
B 0.01
C 0.001
D 0.0001

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6. Which of the following values is the largest?
A 5 km
B 50 m
C 500 cm
D 5000 mm

7. Which of the following pairs is correct?


Value of physical quantity Prefix form
A 3 000 000 K 3 MK
B 400 g 4 kg
C 0.7 m 7 mm
D 0.00008 A 8 µA

8. The length of a pole is 3 metres. Which of the following is a suitable tool to


obtain the accurate reading?
A Calipers
B Metre rule
C Measuring tape
D String and ruler

9. Which is the best apparatus to measure 32.6 ml of sodium hydroxide solution for
an experiment?
A

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B

10. Which of the following statements about mass are true?


I Mass varies according to locations.
II Mass is defined as the quantity of the matter.
III Mass of objects can be measured by using beam balance

A I and II only
B I and III only
C II and III only
D I, II and III
11. Which of the following instrument can be used to measure the mass of an object?

A I and II only
B I and III only
C II and III only

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D I, II and III

12. The information below is a result of an experiment.

Mass of beaker = 100g


Mass of beaker with sugar dissolve in
water = 160g
Mass of sugar dissolved in water = 10g

What is the mass of water?


A 50 g
B 60 g
C 70 g
D 150 g

13. The usage of standard units are important because it enables scientists to
I Understand one another’s
measurements and make comparisons
II Communicate and understand one
another’s experiments and researchers
II An opisometer
I
A I and II only
B I and III only
C II and III only
D I, II and III

14. The diagram shows the stages of a cellular organization.

Which of the following is an of the example of X?

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A Muscles
B Heart
C Pancreas
D White blood cell

15. Diagram 1 shows a type of tissues in the human body

Diagram 1
The tissue is
A Nerve tissue
B Muscle tissue
C Epithelial tissue
D Connective tissue

16. Which of the following is unicellular organism?


A

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D

17. The diagram shows the structure of cell.

In which organism can this type of cell can be found?


A Mouse
B Orchid
C Grasshopper
D Sparrow

18. Which pair of organ P and system Q is matched correctly?


Organ P Organ Q
A Eye Nervous
B Lung Respiratory
C Liver Skeletal
D Kidney Digestive

19. Cells Tissues P Systems Organism


P in the above diagram can be represented by the…
I liver. II ovum.
III heart
A I and II only
B I and III only
C II and III only
D I, II and III

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20. J, K and L give the information on the organization of cells in an organism.

J : Cells are grouped together to perform


the same function
K : Different tissues are grouped together
to carry out the same function
L :
Which of the following gives the correct examples of J, K and L?
J K L
A Kidneys Blood Ovum
B Ovum Blood Kidneys
C Blood Ovum Kidneys
D Blood Kidneys Ovum

21. What is the function of the red blood cells in the body?
A To kill bacteria in the blood
B To transport heat from the body
C To transport oxygen to the cells
D To remove carbon dioxide from the cells

22. Which of the following differentiate human beings from other living things?

P - Able to think rationally


Q - Need to eat and breath
R - Capable of inventing new things
S - Able to analyse and solve problems

A P, Q and R only
B P, R and S only
C Q, R and S only
D P, Q R and S

23. What should the duty of humans on this Earth?

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A To live a happy life
B To bring up the family
C To manage the Earth in a responsible way
D To make use of the resources of the Earth

24. Matter is define as


A only exists in a solid state
B does not have space
C has mass and occupies space
D contain metals and non-metals

25 According to the Kinetic Theory of matter, particles


A are big and discrete
B are always moving in any direction
C move slowly as the temperature increases
D are static and not moving

26 Which of the following is not matter?


A Wood
B Margarine
C Light
D Air

27 Which of the following statements regarding matter is not correct?


A Matter has mass and occupies space.
B Matter can only be non-living things.
C Soil is a matter because it has mass.
D Plant is a matter because it occupies space.

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28 Diagram 1 shows three states of matter.

Diagram 1

Which of the following represent X, Y and Z correctly?


X Y Z
A Gas Liquid Solid
B Gas Solid Liquid
C Liquid Solid Gas
D Liquid Gas Solid

29 Which of the following describes the movement of particles of water in a glass of


water?
A The movement is limited because the particles are arranged in an orderly
way.
B The movement is random without a definate direction
C The movement is the fastest and freely
D The movement is only a vibration of a fixed position

30 Diagram 4 shows the particles of material M and material N.

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Diagram 4

Which of the following material is true about material M and


material N?
M N
A Orange juice Gold
B Gold Sea water
C Carbon dioxide Sea water
D Orange Juice Carbon
dioxide

31 The density of an object can be decreased by


I Reducing its size
II Increasing its volume
III Reducing its mass
A I, II, III
B I and II only
C II and III only
D I only

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32 Diagram 3 shows the comparisons of mass among solid P, Q and R of the same
volume.

Diagram 3
Which of the following shows the arrangement of the densities of solids in
increasing order?
A P, Q, R
B Q, R, P
C P, R, Q
D Q, P, R

33 Table 2 show the density of some substances.

Solid Density (g/cm3 )


Cork 0.25
Glass 2.6
Iron 7.9
Cuprum 8.9
Table 2

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Diagram 4

Based on table 2, what is solid P in Digram 4?


A Cork
B Glass
C Iron
D Cuprum

34 Table 1 shows the mass for 20 cm3 of object P,Q,R and S.

Object Volume (cm3) Mass (g)


P 20 100
Q 20 X
R 20 300
S 20 400
Table 1

If the density of object Q is 9.6 g/cm3. What is the value of X?


A 0.48 cm3
B 2.08 cm3
C 150 cm3
D 192 cm3

35 Density of petrol is 0.80g/cm³. What is the mass of 1.0 litre of petrol?


A 0.4 g/cm³
B 0.5 g/cm³
C 1.0 g/cm³
D 5.0 g/cm³

36 Figure 5 shows a steel ship.

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Figure 5
What is the function of the hollow steel hull of The ship?
A To increase the overall density of the ship.
B To decrease the overall density of the ship.
C To enable the ship to sink or float in sea water.
D To protect the inner parts of the ship.

37 Which of the following used buoyancy principle?


I Gas can change to liquid under pressure
II Liquid can change to gas when pressure is released
III Large empty spaces in between the gas Particles
A I, II, III
B I and II only
C II and III only
D I only

38 Diagram 3 shows cooking gas kept in a metal cylinder.

Cooking gas

Diagram 3
Why is the cooking gas kept in liquid form?
I Gas can change to liquid under pressure

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II Liquid can change to gas when pressure is released
III Large empty spaces in between the gas Particles
A I and II only
B I, II, III
C I only
D II and III only

39 Diagram 4 shows the resources on earth.

Diagram 4

Which of the following is best to represent Y in Diagram 3?


A Carbon dioxide

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B Nitrogen
C Oxygen
D Air

40 Which of the following process needs air?


A Digestion
B Photosynthesis
C Electrolysis
D Assimilation

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