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Department of Education

Region III
Division of Zambales
Beneg National High School
Fourth Periodical Test in Science – Grade 7
Name:_____________________________ Date: _______________ Score:________________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: Choose the letter of the best answer:


1. What is natural resources? These are materials or elements from the environment that people ____________?
a. Did not create b. invented for themselves c. use to meet their needs d. scientific equipment
2. What do you call a resources that people can gain but supply can be replaced?
a. Renewable b. recyclable c. reliable d. unlimited
3. What factors have the greatest influence on soil formation?
a. Temperature and rainfall c. coal and solar energy
b. Slope of the land and rainfall d. soil and minerals
4. Which part of resources is renewable?
a. Cotton and leather c. coal and solar energy
b. Aluminium and iron d. soil and minerals
5. At present what is the largest sources of greenhouse gasses in the world.
a. Nitrogen b. iron c. silver d. metal
6. What local wind is experienced during the day?
a. Sea breeze b. land breeze c. amihan d. habagat
7. What is the most abundant element in the earth’s atmosphere?
a. Argon b. carbon dioxide c. nitrogen d. oxygen
8. What is the correct order of Earth’s atmospheric layers from bottom to top?
a. Stratosphere, mesosphere, troposphere, thermosphere, exosphere
b. Stratosphere, troposphere, thermosphere, mesosphere, exosphere
c. Troposphere, mesosphere, stratosphere, thermosphere, exosphere
d. Troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere, exosphere
9. Which layer of the atmosphere contains the ozone layer?
a. Mesosphere b. stratosphere c. thermosphere d. troposphere
10. In which layer do the virtually all weather phenomena take place?
a. Exosphere b. mesosphere c. stratosphere d. troposphere
11. In which atmospheric layer is most water vapour found?
a. Troposphere b. stratosphere c. mesosphere d. thermosphere
12. What is meant by ‘trace gasses?
a. They are not harmful c. they are naturally occurring on earth
b. They are emitted d. they are present in very small amounts
13. What is the basis for the division of the layers of the atmosphere surrounding Earth?
a. Changing temperature c. changing weather patterns
b. Changing amount of oxygen d. changing composition of gasses
14. Why is the presence of the ozone above the troposphere important for the survival of living thing on Earth?
a. It warms earth surface c. it makes jet flying more comfortable
b. It helps in cloud formation d. it offers protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays
15. Why do hikers put on thicker clothes when climbing a high mountain?
a. For protection against insects bites c. so they can easily be located when they get lost
b. The air temperature decreases with altitude d. to add more weight so they will not be pushed by the winds
16. What happens when air is heated?
a. It rises b. it stat in place c. it spreads in all directions d. it moves toward a lower

17. Which warms up faster, land or water?


a. Land b. water c. both warm at the same rate d. rate of warming varies, depends on weather conditions
18. What happens to the surroundings air warms air rises?
a. Moves in all direction c. moves away from the rising air
b. Moves to the higher altitude d. moves towards the place where warm air rises
19. Which of the following does NOT describe amihan?
a. Brings a lot of rain c. comes around JULY to SEPTEMBER
b. Brings cold weather d. comes from the northeast and moves southward
20. Which of the following are NOT natural resources?
a. Fossil b. buildings c. water d. sunlight
21. One of the following may also contributed to the loss of minerals in soil resulting to low yield or harvest.
a. Temperature b. rainfall c. acidic rain water d. leaching
22. Which of the following is consider clean fuel because when burned, it produces the least carbon dioxide, among fossil
fuels?
a. Geothermal b. wind c. solar d. natural gas
23. It is a part of atmosphere we can found the Ozone layer?
a. Mesosphere b. troposphere c. stratosphere d. exosphere
24. Weather occurs in this layer because it contains most of the water vapour.
a. Exosphere b. stratosphere c. troposphere d. mesosphere
25. Air in this layer is very thin and cold, meteors or rock fragments burn up here.
a. Troposphere b. stratosphere c. exosphere d. mesosphere
26. What gas is present in the atmosphere of Venus that explains the high surface temperature?
a. Oxygen b. carbon dioxide c. hydrogen d. carbon monoxide
27. It occurs when the earth and the moon cuts off the lights from the sun.
a. Eclipse b. full moon c. rainy d. crescent
28. It happens when the moon comes directly between the earth and the sun.
a. Eclipse b. solar eclipse c. lunar eclipse d. cresent
29. It is came from the Latin word "shadow" is the innermost and darkest part of a shadow, where the light source is
completely blocked by the occluding body.
a. Eclipse b. umbra c. penumbra d. cresent
30. It is came from the Latin word paene "almost, nearly" and umbra "shadow") is the region in which only a portion of the
light source is obscured by the occluding body.
a. Eclipse b. umbra c. penumbra d. cresent
31. It happens when the sun, moon and earth lie in a straight line but the moon’s umbra fails to reach earth.
a. Annular eclipse b. partial solar eclipse c. total solar eclipse d. eclipse
32. It happens when the sun, moon and the earth are not precisely aligned to each other. The umbra of the moon missed the
earth, only the penumbra of the moon is visible on the earth.
a. Annular eclipse b. partial solar eclipse c. total solar eclipse d. eclipse
33. It can only take place when the moon passes directly between the earth and the sun, the moon as its perigee so that its
umbra touches earth.
a. Annular eclipse b. partial solar eclipse c. total solar eclipse d. eclipse
34. It happens when the earth comes directly between the sun and the moon. The moon falls within the earth shadow.
a. Eclipse b. solar eclipse c. lunar eclipse d. cresent
35. It occurs when the moon passes through the Earth's penumbra.
a. Partial lunar eclipse b. central lunar eclipse c. penumbral eclipse d. eclipse
36. It occurs when only a portion of the moon enters the umbra.
a. Partial lunar eclipse b. central lunar eclipse c. penumbral eclipse d. eclipse
37. It is a total lunar eclipse during which the moon passes through the centre of the Earth's shadow.
a. Partial lunar eclipse b. central lunar eclipse c. penumbral eclipse d. eclipse
38. It is an imaginary line from east to west from an imaginary line?
a. Equator b. latitude c. longitude d. altitude
39. It is an imaginary line at distance north or south of the equator measured in degrees up to 90 degrees.
a. Equator b. latitude c. longitude d. altitude
40. What do you called the height of something above sea level?
a. Equator b. latitude c. longitude d. altitude
41. What do you call a great circle of the earth or celestial body that is everywhere equally distant from two poles and divides
the surface into the northern and southern hemisphere.
a. Equator b. latitude c. longitude d. altitude
42. What do you call the burning of fossils?
a. Incineration b. recycling c. reusable d. composting
43. It is the process of reclaiming raw materials and reusing them.
a. Incineration b. recycling c. reusable d. composting
44. It is the process of helping the natural decomposition processes break down many forms of waste.
a. Incineration b. recycling c. reusable d. composting
45. Are poisonous wastes that can damage the health of humans and other organisms?
a. Incineration b. toxic waste c flammable waste d. explosive waste
46. It is a waste that react very quickly when exposed to air or water, or that explode when they are dropped.
a. Incineration b. toxic waste c. flammable waste d. explosive waste
47. This are waste that catch fire easily and can begin burning at fairly low temperatures.
a. Corrosive waste b. toxic waste c. flammable waste d. explosive waste
48. This are waste that dissolve or eat through many materials.
a. Corrosive waste b. toxic waste c. flammable waste d. explosive waste
49. This are waste that contain unstable atoms?
a. Corrosive waste b. toxic waste c. radioactive waste d. explosive waste
50. It is a result, the plants use more nutrients than the decomposers can replace. The soil becomes less fertile.
a. Nutrient depletion b. erosion c. pollution d. dry

PREPARED BY:

EDITA D. DOLOJAN

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NOTED BY:

ARTURO G. RICO, Ed.D.

School Head