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Republic of the Philippines

Region 1
Department of Education
Division of La Union
UPPER TUMAPOC NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Upper Tumapoc, Burgos, La Union

I. Choose the letter that best answer the question or completes the statement. Write the answer
before the number.
1. The velocity of a body is said to be zero, what situation illustrates this situation?
A. Jay-ar runs fast as he could, he traveled 50 m in just 9 s.
B. A car stopped in a gasoline station for 3 hrs.
C. A rolling stone accelerates 9 m/s2 in just 3 s.
D. Jay –ar Gwapo walks 8 m due west then walk back 8 m again in just 3 s.
2. What description shows that a body has a displacement of zero?
A. Jay-ar walks 9000 m due South and move back 9 km due North.
B. A bird flies for 69 m due East and another 96 km in 8 hrs. in same direction.
C. Oliver run fast and took 95 m in 8 s then move back in 12 s.
D. Hendrick walks 3000 m due East then change its course 3000 m due North.
3. A 9 m, 245 kg and 34 s is a measure of
A. FPS system B. MKS system C. Newton system D. CGS system
4. distance : 20 m ; __________ : 6 m/s
A. speed B. velocity C. displacement D. acceleration
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5. 20 m/s : _____________, 20 m due North
A. acceleration – distance C. speed – distance
B. acceleration – displacement D. speed – displacement
6. 8 m/s due south is a measurement of
A. speed B. velocity C. acceleration D. displacement
7. A car is travelling 41 m/s in 240 mins. What is the distance travelled in this span of time?
A. 60 000 m B. 10 000 m C. 600 km D. 10 km

8. Jay-ar walks 3 m due North and change his direction 4 m South, the displacement he traveled is
A. 7 m, North of East B. 5 m, East of North C. 7 m D. 5 m
9. A car is travelling 41 m/s in 240 mins. What is the distance travelled in this span of time?
A. 60 000 m B. 10 000 m C. 600 km D.10 km
10. Jay-ar walks 3 m due North and change his direction 4 m South, the displacement he traveled is
A. 7 m, North of East B. 5 m, East of North C. 7 m D. 5 m
11. A bicycle travels 5 m/s. How long does it take a 12 km distance?
A. 4 hrs B. 2400 s C. 400 mins. D. 5 s
12. A man walks 840 m in 05 minutes. What is the average speed of the person?
A. 8.2 m/s B. 2.8 m/s C. 5.3 m/s D. 3 m/s
13. How many meters are there in 20 km?
A. 20 000 m B. 20 0000 m C. .002 m D. .000002 m
14. It refers to the total path covered by a body
A. speed B. velocity C. displacement D. distance
15. It is said as any movement that constitute to change in position with respect to a certain reference
point
A. Physics B. Science C. Motion D. Kinematics
16. Express the sum of 1 000 m + 142. 5 cm + 0.1 km with correct number of decimal places
A. 1002.425 m B. 45.76 m C. 5 000 000 cm D. A and C

17-18. Refer to the diagram below.


17. What formula is useful in getting side B of the triangle?
A. b = √ c2 – a2 B. c2= a2 + b2 C. c2= √ a2 + b2 D. c2= a2 - b2
18. What is the magnitude of side B?
A. 20 N B. 32 N C. 15 N D. 21 N
19. A 3600 seconds is equivalent to how many hours?
A. 3 hours B. 2 hours C. 1 hour D. .5 hour
20. Eight kilometer per hour is equal to
A. 2.22m/s B.22.2 m/s C. .2 m/s D. 222 m/s
21. The number of waves at passes through a given point of a particular time is
A. Amplitude B. frequency C. period D. wavelength
22. If the displacement of the particles of a medium is along the direction of the propagation the wave is a
A. longitudinal waves B. transverse waves
C. mechanical waves D. standing waves
23. The maximum displacement of the particle of the medium is the ____________ that of the individual
waves.
A. wavelength B. period C. amplitude D. displacement
24. A wave that requires a medium to propagate is called
A. mechanical wave B. electromagnetic wave C. standing waves D. longitudinal waves
25. The distance between adjacent crests of a wave is called
A. wavelength B. period C. amplitude D. crest
26. If the displacement of the particles of a medium is perpendicular to the direction of propagation, the
wave is a
A. transverse waves B. longitudinal wave C. standing waves D. mechanical waves
27. Which of the following is/are NOT correct about longitudinal waves?
I. The direction of the vibration of the particles is parallel to the direction of the wave motion.
II. They cannot be set into standing waves.
III. They require a medium for propagation.
A. I only B. II only C. I and II only D. I, II, III
28. It is the low points of the wave?
A. crest B. trough C. wavelength D. frequency
29 – 34. The sound from the explosion of fireworks in air is heard 8 seconds after the explosion is observed on
a clear night. If the temperature of the air is about 27 degrees Celsius, a.) what is the speed of the sound in
air on that temperature? b.) How far the source of the sound?
29. What is the temperature of the air on that night?
A. 8 seconds B. 27 seconds C. 8 degrees D. 27 degrees
30. How long the explosion was heard after it explodes?
A. 8 seconds B. 27 seconds C. 8 degrees D. 27 degrees
31. What factor the problem is asking in letter a?
A. time B. speed C. temperature D. distance
32. What factor the problem is asking in letter b?
A. 8 seconds B. 27 seconds C. 8 degrees D. 27 degrees
33. Find the factor a
A. .359.2 degrees Celsius B. .385.2 degrees Celsius C. 862.2 degrees Celsius D. 223.5 degrees Celsius
34. What is the value of factor b?
A. A. 44.9 m B. 65 m C. 7.2 m D. 71 m
35. The pitch of sound is attributed mainly to the _______________of the sound.
A. loudness B. quality C. wavelength D. frequency
36. The speed of sound in air is
A. less than its speed in water B. greater the speed in water
C. the same as its speed in water D. less of half the speed in water
37. The speed of sound in air increases by _____________ for every degree Celsius or Kelvin rise in temperature.
A. 1 m/s B. 0.5 m/s C. 0.6 m/s D. 0.8 m/s
38. Compare to light, the speed of sound is__________________.
A. faster B. slower C. the same D. less in half
39. Sounds cannot travel in
A. vacuum B. air C. water D. steel
40. Which of the following would be likely to transmit sound the best?
A. water in the swimming pool B. water in the ocean
C. air in the classroom D. steel in the bridge
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41. The speed of sound in dry air at 20 C is 340 m/s. How far away is a jet plane if you notice a two second
delay between seeing the plane and hearing it?
A. 6800 m B. 680 m C. 340 m D. 40 m
42. Sound waves are considered as longitudinal waves because ______________.
A. they require a medium to propagate
B. they are produced by vibrating sources
C. they show interference effects
D. the particles vibrate along the direction of the propagation of the waves
43. Which of the following statements is/are correct?
I. Sound waves can be diffracted.
II. Show waves can show interference effects.
III. Sound can pass through a vacuum,
A. I only B. II only C. I and II only D. II and III only
44. Relative to the angle of incidence, the angle of reflection is______.
A. smaller B. larger C. the same D. any of the above
45. Rainbow formation is due to ____________.
A. refraction and reflection of light
B. refraction and sunlight in the sky
C. reflection and refraction of sunlight in the sky
D. reflection of sunlight in the sky
46. Dispersion is the term used to describe ______________.
A. the splitting of white light into its component colors in refraction.
B. the bending of a beam of light when it strikes a mirror
C. the bending of a beam of light when it goes from one medium to another
D. the propagation of light in straight lines
48. The speed of light is
A. 8 x 10 8 m/s B. 3 x 10 8 m/s C. 3 x 10 4 m/s D. 6 x 10 8 m/s
49. In reflection, the incident light, reflected light, and the normal
A. are mutually perpendicular B. all lie in a single line
C. all line in a single plane D. both a and b
50. What shows that light travels in a straight path?
A. glare B. shadow C. bright D. polarization
51. The blue color of the sky is due to
A. refraction B. diffraction C. scattering D. polarization
52. The figure shows a ray ____________.

A. crossing a boundary from a denser to a less dense medium


B. crossing a boundary from a less dense to a denser medium
C. being reflected by a plane mirror
D. transmitted by a curved plane mirror
53. What is the index of refraction of a substance if the speed of sound on it is 2.3x108 m/s?
A. 1.3 B. 3.1 C. 1.2 D. 1.7
54. It serves as a carrier of energy as described in physics
A. wave B. light C. sound D. vibration
55. It describes as the bending of light when it enters different medium
A. reflection B. refraction C. diffraction D. interference
56. It refers to the highness or lowness of a sound
A. pitch B. loudness C. frequency D. intensity
57. It is the ultimate source of light
A. sun B. moon C. electricity D. flashlight
58. It transforms sound waves into electrical impulses
A. outer ear B. middle ear C. last ear D. inner ear
59. It was created due to the disturbances of matter at rest
A. light B. wave C. sound D. motion
60. What property of light was described when light spread as it enters a small opening?
A. reflection B. refraction C. dispersion D. interference
61 -66. Refer to the graph below.
A. B. C. D.

E. F. G. H.

61. increasing speed


62. increasing acceleration
63. decreasing acceleration
64. constant speed
65. constant acceleration
66. not moving

67 – 70. Asses yourself. Make an essay regarding how you should behave as a student. What are the things
that you have to change for you to achieve your dreams in life and for your future?

“If you become a failure, do not blame your parents. Blame yourself!!!!..... The RESPONSIBILITY is YOURS.”
- from the movie “LEAN oN ME”

Prepared by: Jay-ar Valentin Mariano


Science Teacher