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Department of Education

Region X
Division of Cagayan de Oro City
TIGNAPOLOAN NATIONAL HIGHSCHOOL
Tignapoloan, Cagayan de Oro City

THIRD QUARTER EXAMINATION


SCIENCE 7

Name: _________________________________________________________Date: _________________________


Teacher: _______________________________________________________Section: _______________________

Direction: Read and understand each item carefully. Choose the letter of the correct answer.

1. It describes the motion of an object in terms of distance or displacement, speed or velocity and acceleration.

a. Motion in One Dimension b. Waves c. Energy d. Sound Waves

2. When is an object considered to be in motion?

I. When its position changes with respect to a point of reference.

II. When its distance changes with respect to a point of reference.

III. When its direction changes with respect to a point of reference.

a. I and II only c. II and III only

b. I and III only d. I, II and III

The data below where obtained from a 400-meter dash competition.

Female Athlete Recorded Time Male Athlete Recorded Time

1 27.5 1 23.5

2 27.1 2 22.8

3 26.2 3 24.0

4 27.8 4 23.8

3. It is a s device used to measure the instantaneous speed of a vehicle.

a. Wave c. Speedometer

b. Spectrum d. Decibels

4. An object used as reference point to determine the motion should be…

a. stationary c. changing direction

b. accelerating d. decelerating

5. It is a periodic disturbance that moves away from a source and carries energy with it.

a. Wave c. Speedometer

b. Spectrum d. Decibels

6. The standard unit of sound intensity level.

a. Wave c. Speedometer
b. Spectrum d. Decibels

7. To the human eye, it is otherwise known as visible light

a. Wave c. Speedometer

b. Spectrum d. Decibels

8. It refers to the shortest distance between the object’s two positions, like the distance between its point of origin and
its point of destination, no matter what path it took to get that destination.

a. distance c. motion

b. displacement d. speed

9. Which of the following fly the fastest?

a. A heron that flies 600m in 60 seconds

b. A duck that flies 60m in 5 seconds

c. A seagull that flies 300m in 10 seconds

d. All of them take up the same speed

The data below where obtained from a 400-meter dash competition.

Female Athlete Recorded Time Male Athlete Recorded Time

1 26.5 1 22.4

2 26.1 2 21.9

3 25.3 3 23.0

4 26.7 4 22.6

10. Which of the following states is/are true?

I. The male athletes are faster than the female athletes.

II. Compared to the speed of the fastest male athlete, the average speed of the fastest female athlete
is slightly less.

a. I only c. both I and II

b. II only d. Neither I nor II

11. Which of the following differentiate speed from velocity?

a. Speed describes how fast an object moves while velocity tells about speed and direction of travel

b. Velocity describes the change in speed while speed describes the direction travel

c. Speed describes the velocity of a moving object

d. Speed describes the time of travel while velocity describes the total displacement

 creates and interprets visual representation of the motion of objects such as tape charts and motion graphs
12.Referring to the diagram above, what is the final position of the ball after 15 seconds?

a. 10m b. 5m c. 15m d. 0m

13. The following are properties of light EXCEPT?

a. . Brightness b. intensity c. colors d. mechanical

14. The graph shows the process made by turtle moving along a straight line.

If the turtle keeps moving at the same speed, how long will it take to travel 12 cm?

a. 12 seconds c. 25 seconds

b. 20 seconds d. 30 seconds

15. Which of the following graphs shows that the object’s acceleration increase?

A B

C D
U

16.Observe the shadow cast by the object shown below. The illustration suggest that

a. light is reflected c. light is a form of radiation


b. light is absorbed d. light travels in a straight line

17. Which of the following situation represent the motion of an object?

a. ball on the table c. picture frame on the wall

b. a car moving forward d. the glowing candle

18. Which of the following graphs shows that the object’s motion is accelerating?

A B

C D
U

19. Martin rides a bicycle at 7m/s. Ten seconds later, he is driving at 10m/s. What is Martin’s acceleration?

a. 0.3m/s c. 0.4m/s

b. 0.6m/s d. 0.5m/s

20. Which is the correct way how light travels?

21.Based on the diagram below, is it possible to get zero displacement?

a. no, because there’s equal distance and displacement travelled by the object

b. yes, when the object goes back to their starting position

c. no, because distance differs to displacement

d. yes, distance is equal to displacement

22.It infers that energy, like light and sound, travels in the form of wave.

a. Motion in One Dimension b. Waves c. Energy d. Sound Waves

23. Light is an electromagnetic wave. Which characteristic is common in all electromagnetic waves?

a. speed b. amplitude c. frequency d. wavelength

24. Energy from the sun reaches the earth though

a. Ultraviolet waves c. Infrared waves

b. Mechanical waves d. Electromagnetic waves


25. The highest point and lowest point of a wave are…

a. amplitude c. wavelength

b. crest and trough d. frequency

26. Which of the following shows the interval that represents a half wavelength?

a. A to E b. B to F c. A to B d. C to E

27. Among all the electromagnetic waves (EM), which has the highest frequency?

a. infrared radiation c. ultraviolet

b. . radio wave d. gamma rays

 use a model to demonstrate a relationship among frequency, amplitude, wavelength, and wave velocity

28. The amplitude of the wave in the diagram above is given by letter _____.

a. B b. C c. A d. E

29. The wavelength of the wave in the diagram below is given by a letter …

a. A to E b. B to F c. A to B d. C to E

 Consider the diagram below to answer the question.


30. The wavelength of the wave in the diagram above is given by letter ___.

a. B b. C c. A d. E

31. The higher the frequency of a wave,

a. the lower its circles c. the greater its amplitude

b. the shorter its wavelength d. the longer its period

32.The higher the frequency of the wave…

a. the lower its speed

b. the shorter its wavelength

c. the greater its amplitude

d. the longer its period

33. The higher the frequency of a wave,________________.

a. the lower its circles c. the greater its amplitude

b. the shorter its wavelength d. the longer its period

34. Energy from the sun reaches the earth through

a. ultraviolet waves

b. infrared waves

c. mechanical waves

d. electromagnetic waves

35. It uses the concepts of wavelength, velocity and amplitude to describe characteristics of sound such as pitch,
loudness and quality.

a. Motion in One Dimension b. Waves c. Energy d. Sound

36. Which of the following best describes a low frequency sound? It has …

a. low pitch c. high pitch

b. low energy d. A and C

37. Sound waves are example of …

a. transverse wave c. longitudinal wave

b. standing wave d. elastic wave

38. Sound is heard much louder when it travels in

a. Air b. liquid c. gas d. solid

39. A man plucked the thin string. What do you think is the sound produce?

a. soft c. loud
b. melodic d. low

40. The loudness of sound wave detected by human ear is mostly determined by the waves…

a. amplitude b. intensity c. speed d. frequency

41. When we talk or make any sound, our vocal cords vibrate and sound is produced. This sound wave is a
____________.

a. longitudinal wave c. surface waves

b. transverse wave d. shock wave

42. Which of the following is not capable of transmitting sound?

a. air b. water c. steel d. vacuum

43. Molecules of solids are closest to one another compared to liquids and gases. The energy carried by sound can easily
transfer thus sound travels in solids __________.

a. the slowest c. with undetermined speed

b. the fastest d. with varying speed

44. It relates characteristics of light such as color and intensity to frequency and wavelength

a. light b. Electricity c. Sound d. Wave

45. ROYGVIB is the basic component of white light. Which color of light carries the lowest frequency?

a. Red b. Blue c. Green d. orange

46. Light is an electromagnetic wave. Which characteristic is common in all electromagnetic waves?

a. frequency c. wavelength

b. speed d. amplitude

47. The person who discovered the Electromagnetic Theory of Light is ______.

a. Isaac Newton c. Pierre Curie

b. James Clark Maxwell d. James Watson

48. Which of the following color of light carries most of the energy?

a. Blue b. Green c. Orange d. Red

49. Variations in the refraction of color lights dependent on the frequencies and wavelength of the color lights, this
brings about blue light being refracted more than the other color lights and thus appears to be bent. However, light
travels in a ___________ line in a particular medium.

a. Circular b. Curve c. straight d. broken

50. What evidence is illustrated based on the diagram below?

a. light is absorbed

b. light is a form of radiation

c. light is reflected

d. light travels in a straight line