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Introduction to Science

Paper 1 Answer all questions. Each question is followed by four options, A, B, C and D. For each question, choose one answer only.

1.

Among the following occurrences, which is not a natural phenomenon? A Drought B Storm C Oil spill D Formation of cloud

2.

Which of the following represents the prefix of value of micro? A 0.000001 B 0.001 C 100 D 1000

3.

30 ml

20 ml

The figure above shows a measuring cylinder containing salt solution. What is the volume of the salt solution? A 27.5 ml C 29 ml B 28 ml D 32 ml

4.

Identify problem

Plan an investigation

The figure above shows a part of the investigation steps. What are the steps of M and N?

5.

6.

Choose the correct pair of prefix and value. Prefix deci milli kilo I and II only I and III only II and III only I, II and III Value 0.1 0.001 1000

I II III A B C D

7.

The following pairs of basic quantity and SI unit are correct except

8.

66 553 000 m when changed to standard form is A 6.6553 x 104 m B 6.6553 x 105 m C 6.6553 x 106 m D 6.6553 x 107 m

9.

Which apparatus is most suitable to be used to measure 5.055 g of solid? A Lever balance B Spring balance C Electronic balance D Triple beam balance

10.

55 cm3

What is the volume of the stone in the diagram above? A B C D 15 cm3 40 cm3 55 cm3 95 cm3

11.

The instrument as shown in diagram above is used to measure the A internal diameter of a test tube B internal diameter of a glass rod C external diameter of a beaker D external diameter of a measuring cylinder

12.

An experiment to measure the thickness of a piece of wood. What should be the correct average reading for the thickness of the wood? Reading Thickness wood / cm A B C D 1 5.23 2 5.22 3 5.21

of

the

13.

14.

Applications of science and technology include the fields of I biology II geology III medical A B C D I only I and II only II and III only I, II, and III

15.

In a scientific investigation, the following steps must be taken before carrying out an investigation except I to record data in the table II to ensure proper steps are taken to carry out the investigation III to ensure the correct methods of collecting data A B C D I only I and II only II and III only I, II, and III

16.

P, Q, R and S above are steps in a scientific investigation. Which of the following is the correct sequence of the steps? A P, Q, R, S B Q, R, S, P C R, P, S, Q D R, S, Q, P

17.

Choose the physical quantities written in standard form that are correct. I 5684 kg = 5.684 x 103 g II 0.00795 A = 7.95 x 10-3 A III 7 500 000 m = 7.5 x 105 m A B C D I and II only I and III only II and III only I, II, and III

18.

Choose the correct pairs of physical quantities and SI units. I Mass - kilogram II Ampere - kelvin III Weight - newton A B C D I and II only I and III only II and III only I, II, and III

19.

The level of water in a burette changes from 30.0 cm3 to 36.0 cm3 when 40 drops of water is dropped out from the burette. What is the volume of a drop of water? A B C D 0.15 cm3 0.60 cm3 0.66 cm3 1.50 cm3

20.

Graph paper can be used to estimate the A length of a curve line B volume of a solution C area of a petal D mass of an object

Thread

Thread

Aluminium lump

30 ml

Aluminium lump

36 ml

The apparatus in the figure above is used to measure the volume of a aluminium lump and a piece of cork. (a) Name the method used in this activity? ___________________________________________________________ What is the volume of the aluminium lump? ______________________ cm? What is the volume of the cork? ________________________ cm (i) Can the volume of the cork be obtained directly without using the aluminium lump? ___________________________________ Explain your answer. _________________________________________________________

(ii)

(e)

If the aluminium lump has a mass of 81 g, calculate its density using the formula below.

_________________________________________________________________

(f)

State two precautionary steps that must be taken when using a measuring cylinder to measure the volume of water collected in this activity. (i) ______________________________________________________________ (ii) ___________________________________________________________

Answers: Paper 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Paper 2 (a) (b) (c) (d) Water displacement method 30 cm3 36 30 = 6 cm3 (i) No (ii) The cork is less dense than water (e) 81/30 = 2.7 g / cm3 (f) (i) Place the measuring cylinder on a uniform surface (ii) Place your eye at the same level as the meniscus of the liquid C A B A C D B D C A 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 A B A D A C A B A C

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