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THEME: INVESTIGATING LIVING THINGS

Unit 1, 2 and 3
1. Which of the fllowing diases is caused by microorganisms?
A Heart attack
B Conjunctivis
C Headache
D Migrane

2. The following information shows three substances.


Bread
Antibiotics
Cheese
What is the similarity between these three substances?
A Made using microorganismas
B Made using organic material
C Made using dead organisms
D Made using harmful microorganisms

3. Which of the following is not a microorganism?


A virus B Yeast C Bacteria D Worm

4. Brushing your teeth regularly helps prevent tooth decay because it......
A makes our teeth look white
B makes our teeth stronger
C removes all the microorganism s from your mouth
D removes food that microorganisms feed on.

5. How does a turtles ensure the survival of its species?


A By laying many eggs
B By feeding its young
C By attacking its enemies
D By carring its young in its mouth

6.

Diagram 1
What is the dispersal agent for for this fruit?
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A Wind

B Water

7. Herbivore

C Animal

D Explosive mechanism

Carnivore
P

Omnivore
Q

The following animals are classified wrongly except


A. Goat: P, tiger: Q, cat: R
B. Cow: P, lion: Q, goat: R
C. Cat: P, frog: Q, duck: R
D. Rabbit: P, mouse: Q, snake: R

8. Read the information below.

Puts its young in its mouth


Hides its eggs in a hole

The above acivities are to


A ensure their young remain in a good heath
B ensure the survival of their spesies
C ensure the growth of their young
D ensure the needs of their young.

Section B
1.
Lalang grasshopperfrogsnake

Diagram 1

Diagram 2
Diagram 1 shows a food chain and Diagram 2 shows the number of frogs and
grasshoppers from January till May.

(a) State the pattern of change in the number of frogs.


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(1 mark)
(b) State the pattern of change in the number of grasshoppers.
_________________________________________________________
(1 mark)

(c) What is the relationship between the number of frogs and the number of
grasshoppers?
______________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________
(1 mark)
(d) Predict what will happen to frogs and grasshoppers for the month of September.

________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
(1 mark)

THEME : INVESTIGATING FORCE AND ENERGY


Unit 4 -7
1. Which of the following is notba sources of energy?
A Food
B Wind
C fuel
D Air

2. The information below shows the transformation of energy involved when x is


used.
Electrical energy
X energy
is an

A
B
C
D

heat

electric rice cooker


electric bulb
radio
electric fan

3. Why do we need to used energy wisely?


I To save cost
II To avoid wastage
III To produce pollution
IV Some energy resources cannot be replenished
A I and II
B I and III
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C I,II and III


D I,II, III and IV

4. Diagram 1 shows a source of energy.

Which of the following is true the source of energy as shown above?


A Give us heat and light energy
B Store energy for long time
C Produce from moving air
D Formed from dead plants

5. Which of the following are the precautions to be taken when using electrical
appliances?
I Do not use electrical appliances that are fully
II Do not touch electrical appliances with wet hands
III Do not repair electrical appliances on your own.
IV Do not connect too many electrical appliances to one power supply
A I and II
B I and III
C II and IV
D I,II,III and IV

6.
Diagram 3
Diagram 3 shows one symbol of electrical component X. What is X?
A. Switch
B. Connecting wire
C. Dry cell
D. Bulb
7. Why we cannot see through an opaque object?
A Opaque object cannot reflect light
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B Opaque object is normally black in colour


C Light cannot pass through an opaque object
D Only a bit of light can pass through an opaque object

8.

Diagram 2 show that an iron ball cannot pass through the iron ring after the
iron ball is
heated.
Which of the following statement is true about the iron ball?
A The iron ball expands when heated
B The iron ball expands when cooled
C The iron ball contracts when heated
D The iron ball contracts when cooled

Section B
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1.

Bulb
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Diagram 1 above shows a torch charged with an energy source.


(a) What is your observation after the switch is pressed?
______________________________________________________(1 mark)
(b) What is your inference to your observation in question 1(a)?
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_____________________________________________________ (2 marks)
(c) What are the changes of energy involved?
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(1 marks)

THEME: INVESTIGATING MATERIALS


Unit 8 - 9
1. A liquid
A has no mass
B has fixed volume
C can be compressed
D has permanent shape

2. The information below shows the properties of material.

Has mass
Has permanent shape
Can be compressed

Which of the following materials has the properties above?


A Book
B Milk
C Oil
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D Air

What process is involved in the above activity?


A Melting
B Evaporation
C Freezing
D Condensation

4. Read the information below.


I can see the dew on the leaf early in
the morning.
The information of dew is caused by the process of
A boiling

B cooling

C melting

D condensation

5. Diagram show the formation of cloud and rain.


cloud

water vapour

rain

water
Which of the process below are involved in the information of cloud and rain?
I Boiling
A I and II

II Evaporation
B I and III

C II and III
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III Condensation
D

I,II and III

6. Which of the following substances is neither acidic and alkaline?


A sugar
B Banana
C coffee
D grape juice

7. The following information shows the result of an investigation.


Kelvin dips a blue litmus paper and a red litmus paper into solution X. The
colour of the both litmus papers remain the same.
Which conclusion is correct?
A Solution X is acidic
B Sloution X is alkaline
C Solution X tastes bitter
D Solution X is neutral

8. Which of the following substances is an alkaline?


A

Section B

1.

Diagram 1
(a) What observation can be made after the switch is on in Diagram 1?
____________________________________________________ ( 1 marks)
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(1 mark)
(b) Predict what will happen if two dry cells are used.
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(1 mark)
(c) State two other sources of electrical energy.

(i)____________________________________________________________

(ii)___________________________________________________________
(2 marks)

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THEME : INVESTIGATING THE EARTH AND THE UNIVERSE
Unit 10 - 11
1. The following information describes a constellation.

Pattern like a hunter with belt ans sword


Can be seen between December and
February

Which constellation is described?


A Southern Cross
B Skorpio

C Biduk

D Orion

2. Which of these statements are correct about constellations?


I Can be used to find directions
II Can be used to study the sea tides
III Useful for making calendars
IV Useful for predicting earthquakes
A I and II

B I and III

C II and IV

D III and IV

3. Diagram shows a constellation.

When this constellation can be seen?


A Between April and June
B Between December and January
C Between June and August
D Between July and August
4.

The function of constellation is similar to that of a


A ruler
B magnet
C compass
D measuring tape

5. The occurrence of day and night is due to


A The rotation of the Earth on its axis
B The rotation of the Moon on its axis
C The movement of the Earth around the Sun
D The rotation and movement of the earth around the Sun.

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6. Why is the Moon not seen during daytime?


A The sunshine is too bright
B The Moon is behind the Sun
C The moon is behind the clouds
D The moon cannot reflect the sunlight

7. Which of the following is true about the earth?


A Has a natural satellite
B Rotates on its axis from east to west
C Takes a month to move around the Sun
D Moved around the Moon and the Sun

8. A navigator wants to travel to the south. Which constellation do you think


he would choose to follow?
A Orion
B Big Dipper
C Southern Cross
D Scorpio

Section B

Diagram 1

1. A group of students prepares an activity as shown in Diagram 2. The lamp


is
lighted and the condition of the globe is observed. The globe is rotated from
west to east slowly and the changes in the condition of the globe is observed.
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(a) What do the students wants to find out?


________________________________________________ (1 mark)

(b) Give two observations that can be made

(i)____________________________________________________________

(ii)____________________________________________________________
(2 marks)
(c) What can be observed when the globe is rotated slowly?
_____________________________________________________________
(1 mark)
(d) What can be concluded about this activity?
_______________________________________________________________
(1 mark)

THEME: INVESTIGATING TECHNOLOGY


Unit 12
1. Which of the following shapes is the least stable?
A Cone
B Hemisphere
C Sphere
D Pyramid

2. Which of the following pairs of object and its basic shape is not correctly
matched?

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A
B
C
D

Object
Chalk
Marble
Dice
Igloo

Shape
Cylinder
Sphere
Cube
Cuboid
R

3. What combination of materials should be used to build a strong building?


I Steel
II Glass
III Plastic
IV Concrete
A I and II
B I and IV
C II and III
D III and IV
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4. Which of the following is usually made in the shape as shown above?


A A flagpole
B The pillar of a building
C The dome of mosque
D The roof of a house
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5.

Diagram show a bridge.


The bridge is built in an arch shape.
A to make it stronger
B to increase its stability
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C to allow it to expand during a hot day


D to allow more water to flow through it.

6. Which of the following actions is the best way to increase its stability?

A Lengthen the legs


B Widen the table surface
C Increase the number of legs
D Shorten the legs

7. The stability of a structure depends on its


I height
II base area
III type of object
A
B
C
D

I only
I and II only
II and III only
I,II and III

Section B

Diagram 1

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1. Diagram 1 shows trees M and N which have roots of different types.

(a) Which tree can withstand strong winds without falling easily?
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(1 mark)
(b) Give reasons to support your answer in question 2(a).
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(2 marks)
(c) Based on the information, try to explain how buildings like skyscrapers of great
heights can be constructed with strength and stability.
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(2 marks)
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ANSWER SECTION B
THEME: INVESTIGATING LIVING THINGS
1.(a) An increase
(b) A decrease
(c) The greater the number of frogs, the smaller the number of
grasshoppers.
(d) By the month of September, there will be no more grasshoppers
and the frogs will have to move on to a new habitat

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THEME : INVESTIGATING FORCE AND ENERGY

2. (a) The bulb of the torch lights up


(b) The bulbs lights up because there is a flow of current from the dry
cell to the bulb
(c) Electrical Energy Light Energy + Heat Energy

THEME: INVESTIGATING MATERIALS


1. ( a ) To investigate the properties of the matter.
( b ) i. State of matter
ii. The properties of matter
2 . ( a ) The bulb light up
( c ) The bulb will bright
( d ) i. Dynamo

ii. Acumulator

THEME : INVESTIGATING THE EARTH AND THE UNIVERSE

2 (a) To investigate the occurrence of day and night


(b) (i) The part of the globe exposed to light is bright
(ii) The part of the globe not exposed light is dark

(c) The bright part slowly becomes dark while the dark part
slowly becomes bright
(d) The part of the Earth that is exposed to the Sun is experiencing day
time, while the part of the Earth not exposed to the Sun is experiencing night
time.

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THEME: INVESTIGATING TECHNOLOGY


1. (a) Tree N
(b) Tree N has a bigger base and roots spread at a distance in the
ground
(c) The base of the building is strengthened by implanting piles made
of steel, deep into the ground

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