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Section A 1. Which of the following statements best describes matter? A. Matter has volume B. Living things are matter C. Matter can be measured D. Matter has mass and occupies space 2. Which of the following is not true about matter A. Matter has a fixed volume B. Air is an example of matter. C. Matter exists in three different states D. Matter is made up of tiny discrete particles. 3. Which of the following is not matter? A. Air B. Birds C. Lightning D. Rainwater
Diagram 2 Diagram 2 shows the classification of matter. Which of the following substances represents X? A. Ice B. Air C. Steam D. Cooking oil 6. Which of the following is a characteristic of matter that makes up living and non-living objects? A. Its shape does not change B. It has mass and shape C. It has volume D. It has mass and occupies space 7. 50cm3 of liquid X was added to 50 cm3 of liquid Y. What would be the final volume of liquids X and Y if both mixed well? A. Exactly 100 cm3 B. Slightly less than 100 cm3 C. A lot less than 100 cm3 D. More than 100 cm3
Diagram 1 4. What conclusion can you make from this experiment? A. Air has mass B. Air does not has mass C. Air does not occupies space D. Air is made up of particles.
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Close together but not in orderly arrangement. Zinc B. Air has mass D. A lot of space among the particles Prepared by : Abiana Binti Ja’afar (GCSC) 2 Email : abianajaafar@yahoo. Gas a fixed shape and volume B. The particles in a liquid are closer C. What is the difference between matter in the liquid and gaseous states? A. The particles in a liquid are heavier B. Diagram 4 shows three states of matter X. The density of air is low 9.Science Module Form 1 – Chapter 3 8. What can you infer from this experiment? A. Gas has no fixed shape and a variable volume D. Gas has a variable shape and a fixed volume. Gas has a fixed shape and a variable volume Diagram 3 13. Y and Z. C. Which of the following substances move the fastest? A. . Air occupies space C. 12. Gases D. Air diffuses through the wall of beaker B. Far apart and in a random Arrangement D. Fluids 10. Liquids C. C. Which of the following has a fixed shape? A. Which of the following describes the arrangement of particles in the liquid state? A. The particles in a liquid are lighter D. Solids B. What are the characteristics of a gas? A. The particles in a liquid are smaller Diagram 4 Which of the following is paired correctly? X Gas Solid Liquid Gas Y Liquid Liquid Solid Solid Z Solid Gas Gas Liquid A B C D 14. Mercury D. Alcohol 11. Close together in orderly Arrangement B. Water vapor C. Diagram 3 shows an experiment.com.
2. (b) There are tree states of matter : ____________. (e) Matter is made up of tiny and discrete _______________. Liquid Solid Gas (g) Based on the above pictures. (d) A liquid takes the shape of the _______________ it fills.Science Module Form 1 – Chapter 3 Section B 1. _____________ and ____________. Diagram 1 (f) Label the states of matter for each of the pictures using the words below. Diagram 1 shows pictures of three states of matter. solids liquids shape volume mass space container gases particles (a) Matter is anything that has ____________ and occupies _____________. . draw the arrangement of the particles in each state of matter.com. (c) A solid has a fixed ______________ and _______________. Picture 1 Picture 2 Picture 3 Prepared by : Abiana Binti Ja’afar (GCSC) 3 Email : abianajaafar@yahoo. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box below.
(e) A liquid has a definite ( volume . __________ (d) Some non-living things are non-matter. ___________ (f) The space between the solid particles is large. . Underline the correct answer in the bracket. non-matter ) (h) The mass per unit volume of an object is called the ( weight . air ) (c) Matter is made up of ( tiny . liquid and gas. large ) (g) Sound is a ( matter.matter is ( heat. Freelance ) motion. 4. large ) and the space between solid particles is ( small . large ) particles. _________ (i) All gases are less dense than water. (d) A solid is made up of particles that are ( loosely. ________ (g) The gas particles are closely packed and in an orderly arrangement. _________ Prepared by : Abiana Binti Ja’afar (GCSC) 4 Email : abianajaafar@yahoo.Science Module Form 1 – Chapter 3 3. __________ (c) Heat is a matter.com. non-matter ) (b) An example of non. density ) (i) The random movements of particles in matter are known as ( Brownian . ________ (h) The particles of a gas can only vibrate and spin in fixed positions. (f) The space between gas particles is ( small . _________ (j) The attractive force between solid particles are very weak. (a) Light is a ( matter. Write (T) for a true statement and (F) for a false statement. shape ). cannot ) move freely. closely ) packed. (a) All living things are matter . __________ (e) Matter exists as solid. ________ (b) Matter consists of tiny and discrete particles. (j) Particles in a solid ( can .
Which of the following is true about matter? A. . Water C. Air can be compressed C. Iron rod Prepared by: Abiana Binti Ja’afar (GCSC) 5 Email : abianajaafar@yahoo. Solids D. Soil C. Matter is a substance that has mass and occupies space 2. Diagram 2 shows the arrangement of particles of a substance. Matter is a substance that is high in density D. Cells C. Air B. Stone B. Which of the following is not matter? A. Particles Diagram 1 3. Which of the following is not matter? A. Matter is a substance that has a definite shape B. liquid and solid states C. Matter is a substance that exists in gaseous. Air occupies space 5. Which of the following substances has such arrangement of particles? A. Steam D. Oxygen D. What is matter made up of? A. Light A balloon inflate bigger as you blow air into it. Balloon has mass Diagram 2 7. Air is matter C. What conclusion can you make from this experiment? A. 4. Oil C.Science Module Form 1 – Chapter 3 Name : __________________ EXERCISE 2 Form : ____________ Date : _____________ Section A 1.com. Air B. Water D. Air is a gas B. Diagram 1 shows a balloon before and after is pumped into it. Air has mass B. Ice B. Air occupies space D. What inference can you make from the above observation? A. Air has mass D. Sound 6.
Q and R are put into a measuring cylinder containing liquids X and Y.8g/cm 3 1. 13. The density of a substance is its weight in a unit volume.25 g/cm3 D.Science Module Form 1 – Chapter 3 8. B. . 8.0 g/cm3 C.9g/cm 3 13. D. In Diagram 3. A B C D 12.0g/cm 3 0.4g/cm 3 R 1. The volume of gas particles is bigger than the volume of the liquid particles. D. The density of a substance is its mass in a unit volume.125 g/cm3 Prepared by: Abiana Binti Ja’afar (GCSC) 6 Email : abianajaafar@yahoo. Which of the following statements is true? A. 50. The density of a substance is its volume in a unit mass. 9. C. Its particles move freely. 20 g of an iron has a volume of 2.0 g/cm3 B. Which of the following could be the density of P.com.1g/cm 3 11. Liquids X and Y do not mix. B. Its particles glide over one another.1g/cm 3 2. The mass of gas particles is bigger than the mass of the liquid particles.9g/cm 3 1. X is denser than Q. 0.4g/cm 3 It is easier to compress a gas than to compress a liquid. Questions 12 and 13 are based on Diagram 3. The spaces between the gas particles are bigger than the spaces between the liquid particles.2g/cm 3 2. It has a fixed volume . What is the density of the iron rod? A. C.1g/cm 3 0. The attractive forces between its particles are very weak. B. Which of the following defines densities correctly? A. 14. solid P. B.8g/cm 3 11. P is less dense than Y. Which of the following shows the states of the substances under room temperature correctly? Solid Liquid Alcohol Mercury Mercury Alcohol Iron Mercury Steam Water Gas Ice Steam Air Air C. 10. D.0g/cm 3 0. 1. Which of the following explains the above information? A. The size of gas particles is bigger than the size of the liquid particles. Q is denser than Y. X and R? P A B C D 2. C. Which of the following statements is true about a solid? A. R is less dense than X. X 1. The density of a substance is its volume in a unit weight. D.5 cm3.
What conclusion can be drawn from activity in Diagram 1? Diagram 1 Conclusion : ________________________________________________ 2. What conclusion can be made from activity in Diagram 2? Diagram 2 Conclusion : ________________________________________________ 3.com. Complete Diagram 3 to show the arrangement of particles in matter.Science Module Form 1 – Chapter 3 Section B 1. . Solid Liquid Gas Prepared by: Abiana Binti Ja’afar (GCSC) 7 Email : abianajaafar@yahoo.
0 g/cm3 Prepared by: Abiana Binti Ja’afar (GCSC) 8 Email : email@example.com g/cm3 1.75 g/cm3 13. 6. (a) Write the formula of density? (b) Calculate the density of an alcohol if the volume is 60 cm3 and its mass 20g. Draw the observation when petrol. Substance Petrol Mercury Water Density 0.com. Complete the three states of matter.Science Module Form 1 – Chapter 3 4. water and mercury are put into a measuring cylinder. Differences Particles arrangement Attractive force Energy content Solid Liquid Gas 5. .
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