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INTAN RABIATUL NATASHA BINTI Subject ZURAINI : PMR Paper :

: Science : 2009

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PAPER 1 Instruction: Answer all questions. Each question is followed by four choices of answers. Choose the best answer for every question. Which of the following is corectly matched?

1. (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D

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2. Which statement is true about particles in a gas? (A) The particles move randomly (B) The particles can slide over each other (C) The particles vibrate at a fixed position

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(D) The arrangement of particles are very close

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Which cell carries an impulse from one part to another part in a human body?

3. (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D

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Which pair correctly shows the difference between oxygen and carbon dioxide?

4. (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D

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The following information shows the characteristics of Q.

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* Ductile * Has shiny surface * Good conductor of heat 5. What is Q? (A) Iron (B) Plastic (C) Graphite (D) Mercury

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The following word equation shows a combustion process.

6. How can you explain the combustion process from the equation given? (A) Combustion gives out carbon dioxide and water (B) Combustion needs carbon dioxide, heat energy and light energy (C) Combustion is a chemical reaction between carbon and oxygen (D) Combustion is a chemical reaction that absorbs heat energy and light energy

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7. Which gas is produced during human respiration? (A) Oxygen (B) Nitrogen (C) Hydrogen (D) Carbon dioxide

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8. Which energy source is non renewable?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

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P, Q, R and S are steps in the functioning of a fire alarm system.

P - Bimetallic strip touches the connecting screw Q - Electric current flows R - The bell rings S - Bimetallic strip is heated 9. Which sequence is correct?

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(A) P, Q, R, S (B) Q, R, S, P (C) S, Q, P, R (D) S, P, Q, R

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Table 1 shows the structure and function of human ear.

10. What is represented by J and K? (A) J - Ear pinna / K - Auditory nerve (B) J - Ear drum / K - Cochlea (C) J - Semi-circular canal / K - Eustachian tube (D) J - Auditory canal / K - Ossicles

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Diagram 1 shows the apparatus set-up to study the effect of colour of surface on the heat flow. P is a dark dull bottle and Q is a white shiny bottle.

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11. After 30 minutes, the balloon attached to P expands more than the balloon attached to Q. Which explanation is correct? (A) P conducts heat better than Q (B) P radiates heat better than Q (C) P absorbs heat better than Q (D) P reflects heat better than Q

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12. (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D

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Which of the following food is the best choice for good health?

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13. (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D

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Diagram 3 shows the classification of flowering plants?

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14. Which statement is correct? (A) X has leaves with network veins (B) Y has leaves with parallel veins (C) X has woody stems (D) Y has tap roots

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Diagram 4 shows a pyramid of numbers.

15. What will happen when the population of snake increases (A) The eagle will have less food (B) The snake will compete for food (C) The rat population increases (D) The paddy population decreases

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Diagram 5 shows two gases, K and L, in a carbon cycle.

16. What will happen to the quantities of K and L if all the green plants are destroyed? (A) K - Increases / L - Decreases (B) K - Increases / L - Increases (C) K - Decreases / L - Increases (D) K - Decreases / L - Decreases

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Which the method of water treatment is correctly matched with its purpose?

17. (A) A

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(B) B (C) C (D) D

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Diagram 6 Which statement is true about P and Q?

18. (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D

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Table 2 Which methods are represented by P, Q and R?

19. (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D

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Diagram 7 shows two objects, X and Y, hung at the two ends of ruler which is in equilibrium. Points P, Q, R, S, T and U are marked on the ruler?

20. Which statement is true? (A) The mass of X is the same as the mass of Y (B) The mass of Y is twice the mass of X (C) If X is placed at P and Y is placed at S, the ruler is in equilibrium (D) If the mass of X is 20g, Y will be placed at Q to make the ruler in equilibrium

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Which of the following objects are designed to maximize friction?

21. (A) J and L (B) J and K (C) K and M (D) L and M

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22. A student with a mass of 40kg carries a load of 10kg. He walks up the stairs of height 3m. Calculate the work done by the student. [Work done = Force x Distance moved; 1kg = 10 N] (A) 30 J (B) 300 J (C) 1200 J (D) 1500 J

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23. (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D

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24. (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D

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25. Which statement is correct about a third class lever? (A) The effort is futher from the fulcrum than the load (B) The effort is located between the load and the fulcrum (C) The load and the effort act in the same direction (D) The load is located between the effort and the fulcrum

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Diagram 10 shows a blood capillary surrounding alveolus.

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26. What makes the concentration of oxygen low in the alveolus? (A) Oxygen diffuses into the blood capillary (B) Carbon dioxide diffuses into the blood capillary (C) Oxygen diffuses into the alveolus (D) Carbon dioxide diffuses into the red blood cell

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27. Which the following is a disease of the respiratory system? (A) Anaemia (B) Diabetis (C) Bronchitis (D) Leukaemia

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28. Which the statement shows the importance of blood donation? (A) Patients suffering from AIDS need blood transfusion (B) There is no substitute for blood (C) Recipient can receive blood at any hospital (D) -

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29. (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D

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30. What is the process of removing all waste products from the body? (A) Defecation (B) Sweating (C) Excretion (D) Urination

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Which of the following is true about human growth?

31. (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D

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32. (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D

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Diagram 13 shows the apparatus set-up to identify the gas produced in the reaction between acid and calcium carbonate.

33. What is the gas produced? (A) Carbon dioxide (B) Hydrogen (C) Nitrogen (D) Oxygen

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34. Which statement is true about an electromagnet? (A) Uses electricity to induce a magnetic field (B) Made up of a piece of copper which is wound with coils of wire (C) Has the permenant ability to attract magnetic materials (D) Can maintain its magnetism when no electric current flows through the conductor

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Diagram 14 shows a complete circuit.

35. Diagram 14 calculate the voltage, if the current flowing in this circuit is 2 A. [V = IR] (A) 0.67 V (B) 1.50 V (C) 3.00 V (D) 6.00 V

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Table 3 shows the usage of two electrical appliances.

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36. Table 3 Calculate the total cost of the electricity used if the electrical energy is 21sen per unit. (A) RM0.84 (B) RM1.26 (C) RM2.10 (D) RM13.44

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37. Which circuit will make the bulb lights up?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

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38. How can the National Grid Network overcome black-out in a residential area? (A) Decrease the voltage of the substations in that area (B) Divert the electrical energy from that area to other substations (C) Shut down some substations and cable lines in that area

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(D) Channel the electrical energy supply from other substations to that area

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Diagram 15 illustrates the death of a large star to become a neutron star.

39. What happens at Q? (A) Dying star expands (B) Red Giant star explodes (C) Red Giant collapses (D) Remaining mass of the large star contracts

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40. Why should space exploration be continued? (A) Ensure that humans are able to conquer the universe (B) Enable humans to control the occurrence of natural disasters (C) Provide the knowledge of how to control natural phenomena from occuring (D) Helps to understand the natural phenomena and their effects on Earth

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