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Section A
This question paper consists of 25 questions. Answer all questions. Every question is followed by four options A, B, C
and D. Choose the correct answer.

1 Which of the following is not a ancient times method 5 Diagram 3 shows a signboard at a T-junction.
of measuring length?
A Span Town A 73 Town B 31
B Foot km km
C Cubit
D Head

2 Diagram 1 shows four types of ancient measurements. Diagram 3

K M What is the distance between Town A and Town B?
A 42 km
B 55 km
C 83 km
D 104 km
6 Which of the following shapes shows an area of
16 cm2?

Diagram 1 A C
Which of these ancient measurements are labelled
A K and L
B K and M
C L and M
D M and N

3 The following information shows four objects 7 Diagram 4 shows a rectangle.

8 cm
represented by P, Q, R and S.

P – Needle 5 cm
Q – Ruler
R – Pencil
S – Mosaic piece Diagram 4
Which of these objects are suitable to measure the How many squares of 1 cm  1 cm can cover the area
length of a blackboard? of the rectangle?
A P and R A 13 C 40
B Q and R B 26 D 80
C P and S
D R and S 8 Diagram 5 shows a shape formed from several squares
of 2 cm  2 cm.
4 Diagram 2 shows a paper strip is measured using a

Diagram 2
What is the length of the paper strip in cm?
A 5.0
B 5.5 Diagram 5
C 6.0 What is the total area of the shape shown in
D 6.5 Diagram 4?
A 9 cm2 C 36 cm2
B 18 cm D 40 cm2
9 Diagram 6 shows a piece
7 cm of cardboard.
60 mm

Diagram 10
Diagram 6
At which position of the eye level that will ensure
How many pieces of square cards measured accurate reading?
1 cm  1 cm is needed to fill up half of the cardboard? A P C R
A 21 C 167 B Q D S
B 42 D 420
10 Diagram 7 shows a square. 15 Diagram 11 shows an apparatus to measure the
3 cm volume of liquid.
3 cm

Diagram 7
How many squares of 1 cm  1 cm are needed to be
added to the above square to form the total area of Diagram 11
36 cm2? Which the following units are used on the apparatus?
A 4 C 27 I Millilitre, m
B 12 D 30 II Metre square, m2
III Centimetre cube, cm3
11 Diagram 8 shows an empty box. IV Millimetre square, mm2
A I and II C II and III
4 cm B I and III D III and IV
2 cm 16 Diagram 12 shows a beaker and a measuring cylinder
6 cm which contain water.
Diagram 8
How many cubes of 1 cm  1 cm  1 cm are needed to
fill up the box?
A 12 C 36
B 24 D 48

12 Diagram 9 shows an object Q that is made up of

cubes P.
Diagram 12
The water from the beaker is poured into the
measuring cylinder. What is the total volume of water
in the measuring cylinder?
A 65 m C 80 m
Diagram 9 B 70 m D 90 m
What is the volume of object Q in cm3?
17 Diagram 13 shows the volume of water in a beaker
A 8 C 32
before and after adding in three wooden blocks.
B 16 D 64
13 Which of the following activities shows the
measurement of volume?

Diagram 13
What is the volume of each wooden block?
A 50 cm3 C 150 cm3
B 100 cm D 200 cm3
14 Diagram 10 shows the eyes positions of a pupil to read 18 Which of the following tools is suitable for measuring
the volume of liquid in a measuring cylinder. mass of an object?


19 Diagram 14 shows four weights are used to balance a B D

fish on a balance scales.

23 Which of the following statements are correct about

Diagram 14 time?
I Time is the period between two moments.
A fish weighs 1.6 kg. What is the mass of one weight?
II The smallest measurement unit for time is minute.
A 200 g C 600 g
III Solar clock can measure time precisely.
B 400 g D 800 g
IV Events that happen regularly and repetitively can
measure time.
20 Diagram 15 shows a weighing scale used to weigh
A I and II C II and III
several Science workbooks.
B I and IV D III and IV

24 Diagram 16 shows a swinging pendulum.

Diagram 15
Diagram 16
What is the mass of one workbook?
This process can be used to measure time because
A 5 kg C 3 kg
A it moves randomly.
B 500 g D 600 g
B it repeats movement uniformly.
C it swings very fast.
21 Which of the following can measure time?
D it measures accurately.
25 Which of the following measurements and their units
is correctly matched?
B D Measurement Unit

A Area Centimetre cube, cm3

B Time Gram, g
22 Which of the following can measure time precisely? C Mass Metre, m
D Volume Millilitre, m

Section B
Answer all the questions. Write your answers in the spaces provided.
1 An investigation is carried out by a group of pupils. (b) State the trend of change in the volume of water in
Three similar containers labelled A, B and C filled with measuring cylinder.
same volume of water are used. The base of each
container is being punched with a hole of different size
[1 mark]
and the volume of water dropping out into each
measuring cylinder, A, B, and C are shown in Table 1. (c) State the reason (inference) for your answer
in (b).
Time Volume of water collected (cm3)
(second) ________________________________________
[1 mark]
0 0 0 0
10 2 2 3
20 6 4 8
30 9 6 16
(d) State
40 14 8 23
Table 1 (i) what is changed (manipulated variable):
(a) State one relationship (hypothesis) between the
time and the volume of water collected. (ii) what is observed (responding variable):
________________________________________ _____________________________________
[1 mark] [2 marks]

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(e) Name another material that can replace water in (d) Predict the number of swings in 30 s for the
this investigation. pendulum with the length of 35 cm.
________________________________________ ________________________________________
[1 mark] [1 mark]
(f) Name another two processes that can be used to (e) What can you conclude from the investigation?
measure time.
1. ______________________________________ [1 mark]
2. ______________________________________ 3 Diagram 2 shows an investigation was carried out to
[2 marks] determine the change in the length of springs when
different weights were hung on them.
2 Diagram 1 shows a pendulum is with string of 20 cm
in length and hang from a retort stand. Each complete
swing of the pendulum is from A to B and return to A.

Diagram 2
Diagram 1
The time taken for the various number of complete (a) State the purpose (aim) of the investigation.
swings is recorded in Table 2. ________________________________________
Number of swings [1 mark]
Length of pendulum (cm)
in 30 s
(b) State
5 45
(i) what is changed (manipulated variable):
10 39
15 33
20 27 (ii) what is observed (responding variable):
25 21 _____________________________________
30 15 [2 marks]
Table 2 (c) State one variable that is kept the same (constant)
(a) What is the purpose (aim) of this investigation? in this investigation.
________________________________________ ________________________________________
[1 mark] [1 mark]
(b) State
(d) Predict the length of the spring if a weight of 300
(i) what is changed (manipulated variable) g is hung on it.

____________________________________ ________________________________________
[1 mark]
(ii) what is observed (responding variable)
_____________________________________ (e) Predict the mass weight hung if the length of the
[2 marks] spring is 22 cm.

(c) What is the trend of change for the number of ________________________________________

swings in 30 s? [1 mark]
[1 mark]