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Science
Paper 2
May 2010
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PEPERIKSAAN PERTENGAHAN TAHUN


TINGKATAN 1
SMK ABDUL RAHMAN TALIB 2010

SAINS
KERTAS 2

SATU JAM TIGA PULUH MINIT

JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU


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2 7
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CONFIDENTIAL
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Sains
Kertas 1
Mac 2010
1 jam

PEPERIKSAAN AKHIR TAHUN


TINGKATAN 1
SMK ABDUL RAHMAN TALIB 2010

SAINS
KERTAS 1

SATU JAM

ARAHAN:

JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOLAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU

1. This question paper consists of 40 questions.

2. Answer all question.

3. Answer each question by blackening the correct space on the


answer sheet.

4. Blacken only one space for each question.

5. If you wish to change your answer, erase the blackened mark


that you have done. Then blacken the space for the new
answer.
1. Which of the following is not related to Science
Fish meat is rich in protein
Sugar dissolves faster in hot water
Smoking is bad for health
A black cat brings bad luck.

2. Which of the following hazardous symbols will be found on a bottle containing


concentrated sulfuric acid?

A. C.

B. D.

3. Which of the following should NOT be done when carrying out a scientific
investigation?
Make a hypothesis based on what one thinks one will find out
Plan an experiment to test the hypothesis
Collect data through observation and measurement
Change the data when the result of the experiment is not accurate

4. An object has the mass of 3500kg. This value is equivalent to


3.5 x 103 C. 3.5 x 10-3
3.5 x 102 D. 3.5 x 10-2

5. Which of the following tools is used to measure the weight of an object?


6. An astronaut has a mass of 60kg. What is the mass of the astronaut when he lands
on the moon?
60N C. Less than 60kg
60kg D. Less than 60N

7. The following figure shows how the volume of a cork is measured. What is the
volume of the cork?

5cm3 C. 7cm3
14cm3 D. 19cm3

8. The following figure shows the shape of a leaf traced onto a piece of graph paper.
What is the estimated area of the leaf?

A. 27cm2 C. 33cm2
B. 30cm2 D. 35cm2

9. A student wants to measure 20.4cm3 of liquid. Which apparatus should he use?


A. A 25cm3 C. A 50cm3 burette
B. A 50cm3 beaker D. A 50cm3measuring cylinder

10. Which of the following problems may arise if there are no standard units?
I Buying and selling things at the market will be difficult.
II The results of scientific investigations may not be understood everywhere
III The international trade communication will not be easily understood.
A. I and II only C. I and III only
B. II and III only D. I, II and III
11. The basic unit of living things is
A. cell C. organ
B. tissue D. system

12. The following figure shows a microscope. What is the function of the part labeled
P?

A. To focus on the object


B. To reflect light into the objective lens
C. To magnify the image of the specimen
D. To control the amount of light passing through the specimen

13. The following information is the steps involved in the preparation of slides of
onion cells.
J – Place a layer of onion on a glass slide
K – Cover the specimen with a cover slip
L – Absorb excess iodine solution with filter paper
M – Add a drop of iodine solution on the specimen

Which if the correct order?


A. J – M – K – L C. M – L – J – K
B. J – K – M – L D. M – K – L – J

14. The following figure shows cells of an organism.

The cells can be found in


A. the human cheek cells
B. the wall of the intestine
C. the epidermal layer of onion leaf
D. the epidermal layer of human skin
15. The following figure shows an animal cell.

The function of the part labeled X is to


A. Store nutrients C. Control cell activities
B. Produce chlorophyll D. Control substances going in and out
of the cell
16. Which of the following is a multicellular organism?

17. P, Q and R shows the stages of cell organization of an organism

P – A group of different tissues performing a


specific function
Q – A group of similar cells the performing the
same function
Which of the following are examples of P, Q and R?
P Q R
A Ovum Heart Muscle
B Ovum Muscle Heart
C Muscle Ovum Heart
D Heart Muscle Ovum

18. Oesophagus, stomach and small intestines make up the


A. Blood circulatory system C. Nervous system
B. Digestive system D. Excretory system

19. What is the function of white blood cells in the body?


A. To carry oxygen around the body C. To reproduce new cells
B. To kill bacteria in the blood D. To carry information

20. Which of the following differentiate human beings from other living things?
I Able to think rationally
II Capable of inventing new things
III Need to eat and breath
A. I and II only C. II and III only
B. I and III only D. I, II and III

Section A
[40 marks]
Answer all questions.

1. The following figure shows two types of balances P and Q.

P Q
(a) State the use of balance P and Q in the table below.
Balance Usage
P

[2 marks]
(b) Balance P and Q are used to measure object X. The following information shows
the values of object X.
Value of object X measured by balance
P = 1 kg
Value of object X measured by balance

Based on the above information,


(i) What is the mass of object X?

[1 mark]

(ii) What is the weight of object X?

[1 mark]

(iii) What is the mass of object X be if it is measured on the Moon? Explain your
answer.
[2 marks]
2. The following figure shows a measuring tool used in an activity.

(a) (i) Name measuring tool X.

[1 mark]
(ii) State one advantage of using measuring tool X to measure volume of liquids
compared to other instruments.

[1 mark]

(b) In this activity, 20 drops of water in the measuring tool is allowed to flow into a
beaker. The following figure shows the initial and final reading of water in the
measuring tool.

(i) Write the initial reading and the final reading shown above.

Initial reading:

Final reading:
[2 marks]

(ii) Calculate the volume of one drop of water.

[2 marks]

(c) State one precautionary step taken when using the measuring tool.

[1 mark]

3. The following figure shows a system in the human body.

(a) Give the definition of system.

[1 mark]

(b) Name the system shown in the figure.


[1 mark]

(c) Tick (√) the organs that are parts of the system above.

Stomach Lungs Intestine

[2 marks]

(c) State the function of the system.

[1 mark]

(d) Name 2 other examples of system in the human body.

(i)

(ii)

[2 marks]
Section B
[20 marks]
Answer all questions.

The following figure shows four types of cells found in living organisms.

W X Y Z

(a) State one characteristic of each cell W, X, Y and Z.


W:
X:
Y:
Z:
[4 marks]

(b) Classify organisms W, X, Y and Z into two groups based on common


characteristics.

W, X, Y and
Z

Common
characteristi
Group 1 Group 2
cs

Letters of the
cells

[4 marks]