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FIRST QUARTERLY EXAM IN SCIENCE 7


EXAM QUESTIONAIRE
Teacher: Alyssa Mae F. Dapadap, LPT

I. MULITPLE CHOICE: Shade the letter that experiment shows fair test the following
corresponds to the best answer. Use the factor must be done;
separate answer sheet to record your a. change only one factor at a time while
answers. keeping all other conditions the same.
1. Which one of the following would NOT b. change everything
be used to boil water? c. every factor remains constant
a. graduated cylinder b. Erlenmeyer flask d. None of the above.
c. Florence flask d. Beaker a. results, and communicate results.
2. Sarah wants to heat a chemical at a 8. What skill is a scientist using when she
very high temperature, what particular listens to the sounds that whales make?
apparatus will she used? a. Interpreting data
a. Crucible b. Beaker
b. Developing hypothesis
c. Evaporating dish d. Reagent bottle
3. I would like to heat a beaker of water c. Making observations
over a Bunsen burner flame, I will d. Drawing conclusions
need... 9. Which of the following hypotheses is
a. A tripod, gauze and heatproof mat written correctly?
b. Nothing else, I'll hold the beaker in my a. Frozen tennis balls will not bounce as
hand. high.
c. Retort stand, heatproof mat and clamp
b. If I freeze a tennis ball, then it will not
d. I can hold the beaker in the flame using
tongs bounce as high.
4. When gathering glassware and c. If a tennis ball is frozen, it won't bounce
equipment for an experiment, you as high as one that is not frozen.
should ______? d. If I heat up a tennis ball it will bounce
a. read all directions carefully to know what high.
equipment is necessary.
b. examine all glassware to check for Mark made observations as he watched a white
chips or cracks. candle burn. Use his data to answer question.
c. clean any glassware that appears dirty.
d. All of the above Time Observation
5. During what part of the laboratory do 0 minute is lit, black smoke rises, flame starts
you have to wear safety goggles? 1 minute glows red and orange
a. Only when I need to go to the stockroom 2 minute Wax drips down sides
for supplies
3 minute Candle is shorter than when it started
b. Only when I am using chemicals or
glassware. 4 minute Hot gases are rising
c. When chemicals are being used by 10. Which of Mark’s observations would
anyone in the lab show that a burning candle is a
d. When chemicals or glassware are being chemical reaction?
used by anyone in the lab a. Back smoke is given off; hot gases are
6. You want to place a piece of glass rising.
tubing into a rubber stopper after the
b. The wax starts to melt.
tubing has been fire polished and
cooled. This is best done by c. The candle is white and made of wax
a. lubricating the tubing with water or and a wick.
glycerin d. Time passes one minute at a time.
b. using a towel or cotton gloves for 11. A student watches an ice cube melt into
protection a puddle of water. Has a chemical
c. twisting the tubing and stopper carefully reaction taken place?
d. all of the above. a. Yes, a gas has been given off.
7. Conducting a fair test is one of the b. Yes, the color has changed.
most important ingredients of doing c. No, water does not react chemically.
good, scientifically valuable d. No, no new substances have formed.
experiments. To insure that your
12. Bread placed in a toaster turns brown 20. Which of the following is an example of
then black if left too long. What is a non-metal?
needed for this chemical change to take a. Carbon b. Boron
place? c. Iron d. Aluminum
a. Heat energy had to be added. 21. Iron is a good conductor, malleable and
b. Heat energy had to be taken away. magnetic. What type of element is Iron?
c. A certain amount of time had to pass a. Metal b. Non-metal
d. The bread had to be taken out of the c. metalloid d. Compound
wrapper. 22. Silicon is a semiconductor and has
13. What evidence shows that ice has a properties of both metals and
physical change when left out in a nonmetals. What type of element is
room? Silicon?
a. It reacts with oxygen in the air. a. Metal b. Non-metal
b. It changes to water. c. metalloid d. Element
c. It is hard and white. II. SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
d. It is cold to the touch. A. Analyze the following situation and
14. A crystal of solid NaCl (salt) is placed identify the variables/components of an
into an aqueous NaCl solution. It is investigation.
observed that most, but not all, of the 1. Inside a greenhouse, different types
crystal dissolves. This means the of trees are kept at 3 different
original solution was humidity levels. These are left for 3
years. One tree is left outside in
a. supersaturated b. unsaturated
normal conditions. The heights of
c. dilute. d. None of the above the trees are measured once a
15. Which of the following descriptions is week.
correct?
a. a suspension contains particles which Problem:
will not settle out if the suspension is left _____________________________
standing _____________________________
Hypothesis:
b. a mixture consists of two or more pure
_____________________________
substances which can only be _____________________________
separated by chemical methods Independent Variable:
c. a solution consists of a solvent _____________________________
dissolved in a solute _____________________________
d. a colloid is a 'cloudy' mixture containing
particles which will not easily settle out Dependent Variable:
_____________________________
when the colloid is left standing
_____________________________
16. Which of the following is NOT a B. Identify the best separation technique to
characteristic of a compound? be used on the illustration below.
a. has different properties from the elements
that formed it
b. pure substance made of two or more
elements
c. different samples have different
properties
d. can be represented by a chemical
formula
17. Which of this test is reversible?
a. Floated in water
b. Burned when lighted
c. Melted when heated What are the possible separation techniques used
d. None of the above in A? (2)
18. Which one of the following will turn red ________________________________________
litmus blue?
a. Vinegar b. Baking soda What is the separation technique in B? (1)
c. Lemon d. Soft drinks
19. Which one of the following will turn blue ________________________________________
litmus red?
a. Vinegar b. Lime water What is the separation technique in C? (1)
c. Baking soda d. Washing soda
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