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MOTHER TERESA ACADEMY OF MARILAO, BULACAN INC.

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FOURTH PERIODICAL EXAMINATION
SCIENCE 10
Name:_________________________________ Score/Rating:___________________
Section:________________________ _______ Date:__________________________
Teacher: Sir Nikko Carillo Parent’s Signature:

I. Identification: Read the questions carefully and write the correct answer on the space provided by
using the given choices below.
1. It is higher when gas molecules move rapidly and it is lower when gas molecules move slowly.
a. Volume c. Amount of substance
b. Temperature d. Pressure
2. It is the space occupied by a sample of matter.
a. Volume c. Amount of substance
b. Temperature d. Pressure
3. This physical quantity is measure in moles.
a. Volume c. Amount of substance
b. Temperature d. Pressure
4. It is the force exerted per unit area.
a. Volume c. Amount of substance
b. Temperature d. Pressure
For number 5 to 7, use the following properties of matter to answer the questions correctly.
i. takes the shape of the container vi. very compressible
ii. has definite shape vii. compressible
iii. takes volume of the container viii. strong force of attraction
iv. has definite volume ix. almost negligible force of attraction
v. incompressible
5. Which of the following are properties of solid? Select all that apply.
a. i, iii, v, ix c. i, iv, vi, ix
b. i, iv, v, viii d. ii, iv, viii
6. Which of the following are properties of liquid? Select all that apply.
a. i, iii, vii c. ii, iii, vii, ix
b. i, iv, viii, ix d. i, iv, vii
7. Which of the following are properties of gas? Select all that apply.
a. i, iii, vii c. i, iii, vi, ix
b. i, iv, vi, ix d. ii, iv, vi, viii
8. Gas particles are in constant, random, straight line motion, except when they collide with the walls
of the container or with one another.
a. particle volume c. particle collision
b. particle motion d. none of the above
9. The colliding gas particles or molecules exchange energy but they do not lose any energy through
friction.
a. particle volume c. particle collision
b. particle motion d. none of the above
10. A gas consists of a large collection of individual particles.
a. particle volume c. particle collision
b. particle motion d. none of the above
II. True or False. Write T if the statement is true and F if the statement is false.
____1. Gas is not miscible with one another such as in the case of dry air.
____2. Gas molecules are mobile and their tendency to move is in random motion.
____3. Gas volume changes with pressure.
____4. Gas volume does not change with temperature.
____5. The high viscosity of gases makes them move freely through small openings.
____6. As the volume increases, the pressure also increases.
____7. There is direct relationship between the volume and temperature of gases.
____8. The unit for molar mass is mole.
III. Write P if the given pertains to pressure, T if temperature, M if number of particles and V for
volume.
____1. cm3 ____5. torr
____2. K ____6. °F
____3. Pa ____7. gallon
____4. psi
IV. Balanced the chemical equations and identify the type of reaction occurs in it. Rewrite and box the
balanced equation.
_____________1. CO + H2 → C8H18 + H2O

Balanced equation:
_____________2. KClO3 + P4 → P4O10 + KCl

Balanced equation:
_____________3. SnO2 + H2 → Sn + H2O

Balanced equation:
_____________4. KOH + H3PO4 → K3PO4 + H2O

Balanced equation:
_____________5. KNO3 + H2CO3 → K2CO3 + HNO3

Balanced equation:
V. Read the problems carefully and answer it correctly. Write your solution on the space provided and
box your final answer.
1. Fermentation is the process used in wine making. This is done by converting sugar to alcohol. This is
represented by the following chemical equation.
C6H12O6 = 2C2H5OH + 2CO2
a. How many moles of glucose (C6H12O6) are needed to produce 20 moles of CO2?

b. How many grams of ethanol (C2H5OH) will be produced from 15 moles of glucose?

c. How many grams of CO2 are required to produce 210grams of glucose?


2. The rusting of iron is illustrated by this equation: 4Fe + 3O2 = 2FeO3
a. How many moles of O2 are needed to react completely with 35 moles of Fe?

b. Calculate the mass of Fe2O3 that is produced from 1kg of Fe.

VI. Read the questions carefully and answer it correctly. Box your final answer and write your
complete solution on the space provided.
1. A sample of air occupies 7L when the pressure is 1.5atm. If the temperature is kept constant, What
pressure is needed to reach the final volume of 1.67L?

2. A 50L volume of carbon dioxide gas is heated from 70°C to 210°C at constant pressure. What is the
final volume of the gas?
3. A student collects 20,725mL of methane gas at a temperature of 155°C at a pressure of 760 torr.
How many moles of methane gas did the student collect?

4. Find the molar mass of an unknown gas that has a volume of 0.65L, a pressure of 0.95atm and a
mass of 0.335g at a temperature of 350K.

5. Carbon monoxide, a colorless and odorless gas is ussually observed in an enclosed car park. This is
fatal when inhaled. What is the density of this gas at 200°C and 0.93atm? Molar mass of CO is
28g/mol.
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FOURTH PERIODICAL EXAMINATION
PRACTICAL RESEARCH 1
Name:_________________________________ Score/Rating:___________________
Section:________________________ _______ Date:__________________________
Teacher: Sir Nikko Carillo Parent’s Signature:
I. Read the questions carefully and encircle the letter of the best answer. Any ERASURE or
ALTERATION will make the answer invalid.
1. "Students taught first aid by programmed instruction will achieve at a higher level than those
taught first aid by the traditional method." The independent variable in this hypothesis is:
a. Students c. level of achievement
b. programmed instruction d. method of instruction
2.In the example in question 30, the dependent variable is:
a. Students c. level of achievement
b. programmed instruction d. method of instruction
3. Qualitative researchers generally formulate a hypothesis beforehand and then seek to test it.
a. True b. False
4. In formulating the title, all the variables must be identified and included.
a. True b. False
5. Significance of the study includes the beneficiaries and the benefits that they can derive from the
results of the study.
a. True b. False
6. Which should NOT be considered in choosing a topic for research?
a. Personal resources c. relevance of the topic
b. Interest of the research jury d. availability of information
7. Which of the following should NOT be included in the background of the study?
a. Reason why the study is conducted c. discussion about the study variables
b. Statement of the problem d. theory to support the study
8. What initiates the process of research?
a. Problem c. significance of the study
b. Hypothesis d. literature
9. Which part of the research reveals the objectives of the study?
a. Definition of Terms c. Significance of the Study
b. Statement of the Problem d. Delimitation of the Study
10. Which states the how the term is determined in the study?
a. Lexical definition c. Operational Definition
b. Delimitation d. Problem
11. It sets the boundaries of the study or scope?
a. Statement of the problem c. Review of Related Literature
c. Delimitation of the Study d. Significance of the Study
12. Why is research important to life?
a. Research has the potential for providing quality life.
b. Research assesses individuals or groups plan of actions as basis for accurate inventions and
decisions in life.
c. Research helps professionals deliver quality education services.
d. All of the above
13. Scientific method in research that is gained through direct observation and experimentation.
a. empirical c. conclusion
b. observation d. none of the above
14. Scientific method of research that is related to the awareness of environment to constitute ideas.
a. empirical c. conclusion
b. observation d. none of the above
15. Scientific method in research in which the data are separated into constituent part or elements.
a. empirical c. conclusion
b. observation d. none of the above
16. The process of making inferences involves concrete data to rule out opinion.
a. empirical c. conclusion
b. observation d. none of the above
17. Which of the following is a goal of research?
a. Innovation c. experimentation
b. description d. all of the above
18. Which of the following is an example of construct?
a. height, weight, BMI c. age, gender, civil status
b. small, medium, large d. both a and c
19. It involves the collection of data to either test the hypothesis or describe the variable in the study.
a. experimental c. correlational
b. descriptive d. none of the above
20. It measures the effect of the independent variable to the dependent variable.
a. experimental c. correlational
b. descriptive d. none of the above
21. Variable that is not included in the study but in one way affects the dependent variable.
a. independent c. ordinal
b. nominal d. confounding
22. It is concerned with the names and categories of responses.
a. independent
b. nominal
c. ordinal
d. confounding
23. The process of acknowledging the sources of information that you have used in your manuscript.
a. citation c. bibliography
b. referencing d. none of the above
24. It contains complete listing of conferred with in relation to the study being conducted.
a. citation c. bibliography
b. referencing d. none of the above
25. The process of organizing the written works cited in your text.
a. citation c. bibliography
b. referencing d. none of the above
26. Which of the following is not a reason for citation?
a. To be able to identify and relocate the sources used in the study for verification purposes.
b. To show respect and appreciation to the author of the study and to avoid plagiarism.
c. When you copy any written work in verbatim without indicating your source and claim it as your
own, it is plagiarizing.
d. To present a proof that the topic under study is well accounted in the research work in its
respective field of study.
27. Which of the following is not a reason for referencing?
a. To prove that the study is based on academic works.
b. To locate the sources of the cited texts in the study.
c. To share additional knowledge and information about the topic under study.
d. To rightfully acknowledge the authors of the research materials mentioned in the study.
28. Which of the following is not a way of citing a source material?
a. as a direct quote c. as a summary
b. as a paraphrase d. as a verbatim
29. Patterning is the foundation for reading and math skills. Rhymes, on the other hand, assist
children to learn and memorize the alphabet and numbers (Kenney, 2005).
a. direct quotation c. summarized text
b. paraphrased text d. verbatim
30. In his experiment of Bobo Doll, Bandura (1971) concluded that children learn and imitate
behaviors they have observed in other people. Modeling can be classified into three, namely: a live
model, verbal instructional model and symbolic model.
a. direct quotation c. summarized text
b. paraphrased text d. verbatim
31. Nickerson (in Torrance, 1995 ) explained that “a truly adequate approach to educational
assessment not only will measure accurately what has been learned but will also provide useful
diagnostic information.” (Torrance, 1995, p.45)
a. direct quotation c. summarized text
b. paraphrased text d. verbatim
32. Paul ( in Corinthians, 52 AD) stated that “ everything is permissible but not everything is
beneficial” (Corinthians, 52AD, chapter 10 verse 5)
a. direct quotation c. summarized text
b. paraphrased text d. verbatim
33. It includes full publication detail of all your cited works in your study.
a. citation c. bibliography
b. referencing d. none of the above
34. It includes existing literature, current issues and present problems and circumstances associated
with the study.
a. background of the study c. statement of the problem
b. rationale d. none of the above
35. The section of the introduction concentrates on the issue or problem that the research intends to
investigate.
a. background of the study c. statement of the problem
b. rationale d. none of the above
36. It is confined with a broader explanation behind the reasons for doing study.
a. background of the study c. statement of the problem
b. rationale d. none of the above
37. The importance of doing the investigation to strengthen the beneficial purpose of conducting
researches.
a. background of the study c. statement of the problem
b. rationale d. none of the above
38. “Test anxiety is a situation specific personality trait that occurs before, during and after a testing
session.”
a. definition c. historical
b. cause and effect d. methodology
39. “Test anxiety can be investigated through experimental study. Using this method, the researcher
is tasked to create conditions which could stimulate test anxiety and provide possible treatment to
battle it out.”
a. background of the study c. statement of the problem
b. rationale d. none of the above
40. “Dance originated in the form of rudimentary as early as 1.8million year ago, when the bipedal
anatomy of Homo ergaster can move the body fully which enhanced the communication and body
language.”
a. background of the study c. statement of the problem
b. rationale d. none of the above
41. “Test anxiety has cognitive causes that bring out physiological effects. A person with test anxiety
experiences tension due to fear as manifested by their increase in heart rate, rapidity of breathing
and immobilization.”
a. background of the study c. statement of the problem
b. rationale d. none of the above
42. Which of the following is not an example of background of study.
a. objectives of study c. comparison of ideas
b. problems/issues d. advantages and disadvantages
43. It pertains to a representative of the population from which it was selected.
a. sample b. population c. census d. survey
44. It is the whole group of interest of the researcher.
a. sample b. population c. census d. survey
45. Test done to the sample.
a. sample b. population c. census d. survey
46. Test done to the population.
a. sample b. population c. census d. survey
47. These are tools that measure variables in the study and are designed to obtain data on a topic of
interest from the subjects of research.
a. instrumentation c. research instruments
b. validity d. objectivity
48. It refers to the absence of subjective judgements in the research instrument.
a. instrumentation c. research instruments
b. validity d. objectivity
49. It pertains to the defensibility of the inferences formulated by researchers from the collection of
data through the use of the instrument.
a. instrumentation c. research instruments
b. validity d. objectivity
50. The process of developing an instrument as well as the conditions under which the instrument will
be used.
a. instrumentation c. research instruments
b. validity d. objectivites

II. Read the statements carefully and write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided.
A. If the two statements are both correct
B. If the first statement is correct while the second one is not
C. If the second statement is correct while the first one is not
D. If the two statements are both incorrect
1. I - The research participants must be fully informed about the nature of research, its purposes
and potential risk and benefits.
II – Research must do good and no harm to study participants.
2. I - The rights of the study participants must be well protected and respected.
II – Researcher is free to decide whether to acknowledge or not original work.
3. I – Research must give correct or accurate data.
II – Good research topic is one that .is tested over time.
4. I – Research doesn’t improve your reading and writing skills.
II – Research teaches you to work systematically.
5. I – Qualitative research happens in an artificial setting.
II – Qualitative is instrumental for both positive and negative societal changes.
6. I – Conducting qualitative research is time-consuming.
II – Qualitative research promotes a full understanding of human behavior.
7. I – In qualitative research, the validity or reliability is difficult to know.
II – Qualitative research involves several processes, which results greatly depend on the
researcher’s views or interpretations.
8. I – In quantitative research, the researcher test the hypothesis.
II – Disadvantage of qualitative research is it difficult to conclude.
9. I – The respondent of the research may decline the research procedure anytime within the
research
II- Research must not have any conflict of interest during or before it is done.
10. I- Null hypothesis denotes absence of equality in the variables
II- Null hypothesis uses symbols such as not equal, greater than or less than.

III. Identify the type of research applicable for each question/topic/situation. Choose from the options
below.
A. Qualitative Research
B. Quantitative Research
1. What is the degree of satisfaction of students towards the Practical Research subject?
2. What are the political influences of “Uga” Festival of Brgy. Dumolog?
3. Is there a significant difference in the strand preference of students when grouped
according to gender?
4. What are the feelings of super typhoon “Yolanda” survivors before, during and after the
phenomenon?
5. What is the academic performance of students in Science?
6. Statistical analysis
7. Narrative report
8. Observation
9. Confirmatory
10. Randomized sampling

IV. Fill in the table with correct examples of questions that you must elicit on the given situation
below.
Topic: Phenomenological Experience of the Parents of Dengvaxia Victims.

Types of Example
Interview
Questions
Background

Knowledge

Experience

Opinion

Feeling

Sensory
V. Read the statements carefully and answer it correctly and completely.
1. Accomplish the following parts of Research Paper. 15pts
A. Topic:
B: Title:

C: Significance of the Study:

D: Statement of the Problem:

E: Hypothesis:

F: Objectives:
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FURTH PERIODICAL EXAMINATION
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
Name:_________________________________ Score/Rating:___________________
Section:________________________ _______ Date:__________________________
Teacher: Sir Nikko Carillo Parent’s Signature:
I. Read the statements carefully and answer it correctly. Write your answer on the space provided
using the given choices below.
Concentration Chemical kinetics Collision theory
Oxoacids Reaction rate Enzymes
Conjugate acid Order Catalyst
Conjugate base Rate law Adsorption
Autoionization Activation energy substrate
Calorie Energy Heat capacity
Calorimetry Exothermic Internal energy
Calorimeter Endothermic
Heat Thermodynamics
_______________1. It refers to the study of the rates and mechanism of chemical reactions.
_______________2. The change in concentration over time necessary for a reaction to take place.
_______________3. It is the power to which the concentration of a single substance is raised in the
rate law.
_______________4. It is an equation describing the rate of reaction as influenced by concentration at
a given time.
_______________5. It accounts for the observed Arrhenius behavior of a gas-phase bimolecular
reaction.
_______________6. The minimum amount of energy that is required by a given chemical reaction to
yield desired products.
_______________7. It is usually added to speed up the rate of the reaction without being consumed
in the reaction.
_______________8. The process in which a substance is introduced on the surface of another
substance.
_______________9. Proteins that catalyse many biochemical reactions.
_______________10. It specifically binds on active site to form the enzyme-substrate complex.
_______________11. It refers to the substance ionizing itself.
_______________12. It is formed when a proton is transferred to water.
_______________13. It is formed after a proton is lost.
_______________14. Acid compounds wherein the replaceable hydrogen is always bonded to an
oxygen atom.
_______________15. It pertains to the amount of acid per liter of solution.
_______________16. It refers to the capacity to do work.
_______________17. The study of energy changes during a chemical reaction or a change in phase.
_______________18. It is the unit used to express energy.
_______________19. It is defined as the energy that is either released or absorbed due to differences in
temperature conditions.
_______________20. It is a scientific way of determining the quantity of heat by measuring the
changes in the temperature of a system.
_______________21. It is used to measure the amount of heat involved in a chemical reaction or other
processes.
_______________22. The _____ of a material is dependent on both its mass and its chemical
composition.
_______________23. A process involving the release of heat.
_______________24. A process involving absorption of heat.
_______________25. The total energy from the summation of potential and kinetic energies.

II. Analyze the given terms below and differentiate it properly.


1. Homogenous and Heterogeneous reactions

2. Physical and Chemical methods

3. Static and Flow method

4. Differential and Integral rate

5. Homogenous and heterogeneous catalyst

6. Differentiate potential and kinetic energies. Cite example for each.

7. Differentiate endothermic and exothermic in terms of their temperature and process.


8. What is the first law of thermodynamics? Explain and cite an example.

III. Problem solving: Read the problems carefully and answer it correctly. Box your final answer and
write your complete solution on the space provided.
1. If the reaction 2O3 = 3O2 has d[O3]/dt= 0.0025 mol/L-s at a given time. What is d[O2]/dt at that
given time?

2. If the rate of decomposition of the chromate ion is 0.56 mol/L-s, what is the rate of formation of the
dichromate ions in the reaction?
2CrO4 + 2H = Cr2O7 +H2O

3. Calculate the change in the internal energy of a piston expanding against a pressure of 0.75atm from
10.3L to 22.4L. In the process, 1030J of heat is absorbed.

4. Condisder a 10g CO2 as an ideal gas, expanding isothermally and reversibly from a volume of 4L to
12L at 303K. What is the work done by CO2? Calculate for q.
5. Calculate H for the reaction 2C + H2 = C2H2 using the following data
1. H2 + 1/2O2 = H2O H= -256J
2. C + O = CO2 H= -412J
3. C2H2 + 5/2O2 = 2CO2 + H2O H= -1510J

6. Calculate the H for the reaction CaC2 + 2H2O = Ca(OH)2 + C2H2 using the following data
1. C + O2 = CO2 H= -392kJ
2. CaO + H2O = Ca(OH)2 H= -653kJ
3. C2H2 + 5/2O2 = 2CO2 + H2O H= -1320kJ
4. Ca + ½O2 = CaO H= -625kJ
5. Ca + 2C = CaC2 H= -63kJ
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FOURTH PERIODICAL EXAMINATION
BASIC CALCULUS
Name:_________________________________ Score/Rating:___________________
Section:________________________ _______ Date:__________________________
Teacher: Sir Nikko Carillo Parent’s Signature:
I. Read and analyze the statements carefully and answer it correctly. Write your complete solution on
the space provided and box your final answer.
1. Find the implicit derivative of the following equations.
a. y3 + y - 3x2 = 2x + 5 c. x3 + y3 = 64

b. x2y + 2xy2 = x4 + y4 d. 2x3y +3xy3 = 5

2. Find the derivative of the following trigonometric equations.


a. sin(6x2 – 1) c. y= sin3x / (4+ 5cos2x)

b. y= sinx / (1- 2cosx) d. y= 1 – cosx / sinx


3. Find the equation of the tangent line with the equation 16x2 + 9y2 -32x + 36y -92 = 0 at (3,1)

4. The sum of two numbers is 50. What is the maximum possible product of the two numbers?

5. Find the anti-derivative of the following equation.


a. 6x3 – 7x2 + x + 4 dx

b. x 1/3 + (2/x 3/4) dx

c. (2x4 + 4x3 –x2) / x2 dx


6. Solve for the following indefinite integrals.
a. 2x(x2 + 3)5 dx

b. 3x2 ( 4 + 2x3)7 dx

c. 2 / (x-3)4 dx

7. Solve for the area of the shaded region from x=4 to x= 1 of the equation x 1/2 (x+3) dx.
8. Solve for the area of the shaded region from x=3 to x= -1 of the equation y= x3 -6x2 –2x + 3