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3rd Quarterly Test

In Science IV
Name: ______________________________________________________ Grade & Sec. ________________
I. Encircle the letter of the correct answer.
1. If you are to push a cart , a box and a bicycle to a certain distance from the starting line, which will require you to exert a
greater force?
a. cart
b. box
c. bicycle
d. all of them
2. A marble that is standing still will move when ________________
a. bumped by another marble
b. there is a strong wind
c. touch by a person
d. A force is applied on the marble
3. What causes objects to move?
a. weight
b. gravity

c. force

d. magnets

4. Why do you need to use force in moving a ball up a ramp?


a. to move the ball away from the ramp
b. to add force to the ball
c. to let the ball on the ramp
d. to allow the ball to stay on the ramp
5. An oil spilled on the stairs where you need to pass in going to the canteen. What will you do?
a. do not walk on the floor with spilled oil
b. stay on the stairs
c. jump and hop to move away from the area where there is oil spill
d. dry the floor to with clothes and walk away
6. When the same poles of two magnets whether North or South are placed close to each other, they _____
a. push each other
b. pull each other
c. un attracted to each other
d. does not move
7. If you break a magnet into pieces, what will happen to the force that will be exerted by the magnet when in use?
a. force remain the same
b. force exerted will decrease
c. force will be doubled
d. force of each magnet will not be affected
8. What is the direction of heat transfer?
a. from hot to cold
b. from bottom to top

c. from cold to hot


d. from side to side

9. How is heat transferred in solid materials?


a. through convection
b. through radiation

c. through conduction
d. through vacuum

10. What happens to a liquid when heated?


a. it remains the same
c. it increases in temperature
b. it increases in volume
d. it increases its water level
11. When the heat is transferred through gases it called________
a. convection
b. radiation
c. conduction
d. roasting
12. When the sound travels through solids, the vibration of the particles occurs _____________
a. fast
b. slowly
c. moderately
d. irregularly
13. How does sound travels through air?
a. very fast
b. very slowly

c. in jumping motion

14. In which medium can sound wave travels faster?


a. solids b. liquidsc. gases d. solid and gas

d. fast in random motion

15. What affects the speed up sound as it travels?


a. Person receiving it
b. the nature of material
c. the origin of sound
d. loudness of the sound
16. Which of the following statements about is correct?
a. sound cannot travel through a solid
b. sound travel faster in the air than in liquids
c. sound travels faster in solid than in air
d. the travel of sound is not affected by the medium through which it travels
17. Why does sound become weaker or fainter as it moves away from the observer?
a. the sound is lowered by the operator
b. the sound spreads to cover a smaller area
c. the sound spreads to cover a larger area
d. the sound is already absorbed by the environment
18. Which is true about the characteristics of sound?
a. sound could either be soft or loud
b. the loudness of sound decreases as it moves nearer to the observer
c. sound is not heard when it is exactly on the same spot as the listener
d. the loudness of sound increases as it moves away from the observer
19. Which of the following shows the proper ways of protecting oneself from the heat of the sun?
a. drinking plenty of water to keep hydrated during summer
b. wearing protective clothing like long sleeves clothes if you are working under the sun
c. use wide- brimmed hat when working in the fields
d. all of the above
20. What must you do if you want to swim on a clear sunny day?
a. wear jacket so that your skin will not get burnt
b. wear protective foot wear like boots
c. use a beach umbrella while swimming
d. apply sunblock lotion to protect your skin from the heat of the sun
21. White light is made up of different colors. This is called as _____________
a. shadow
c. rainbow
b. rainfalls
d. raindrops
22. Which of the following produces a soft sound?
a. drum set
c. jet
b. whistle
d. buzzing bee
23. Which of the following produces the loudest sound?
a. jet
b. piano
c. telephone

d. cry of a baby

24. Why does sound become weaker or fainter as it moves away from the observer?
a. the sound is lowered by the operator
b. the sound spreads to cover a smaller area
c. the sound spreads to cover a larger area
d. the sound is already absorbed by the environment
25, Which pair of word is true?
a. flute: loudest sound
b. cricket: no sound

c. whisper: soft sound


d. ambulance: soft sound

26. Which is true about the characteristics of sound?


a. sound could either be soft or loud
b. the loudness of sound decreases as it moves nearer the observer
c. sound is not heard when it is exactly on the same spot as the listener
d. the loudness of sound increases as it moves away from the observer
27. How do vibrations of the particles behave when sound travels through solids?
a. occurs fast
c. in jumping motions
b. occurs very slowly
d. fast in random manner
28. What affects the spread of sound as it travels

a. person receiving it
b. the nature of material

c. the origin of the sound


d. loudness of the sound

29. Which of the following statement about sound is correct?


a. sound cannot travel through a solid
b. sound travel faster in solids than in liquids
c. sound travels faster in solids than in air
d. the travel of sound is not affected by the medium through which it travels
30. Which of the following is good to use when we go out on a sunny day?
a. umbrella
b. sunglasses
c. sunblock
d. all of these
31. Which of the following is good to use to protect our ears from the noise in the environment?
a. ear muffs
b. cotton buds c. earrings
d. towel
32. What will most likely happen if the lights used by big buses or others modes of transportation was placed on the sides of
vehicles?
a. accident may happens especially during the night
b. it makes the car run fast
c. it makes the vehicles colourful
d. accidents happens only on daytime
33. What must you do if you want to swim on a hot sunny day?
a. wear jacket so that your skin will not get burned
b. wear protective footwear like boots and knee-high socks
c. use beach umbrella while swimming in the water
d. apply sunblock lotion to protect your skin from the sun
34. Which of the following does not shows proper way of protecting oneself from the heat of the sun?
a. wearing protective clothing like long sleeved clothes if you are working under the sun
b. drinking plenty of water to keep hydrated during summer
c. wear raincoat and umbrella while working
d. use wide-brimmed hat when working in the fields
35. Why do we need to use pot holder when handling hot casseroles or any hot cooking wares?
a. to protect our hands from getting hurt or burned
b. to protect our new cuticles form fading
c. to maintain the softness of our hands
d. to prevent our hands from drying
36. When we are in the classroom, which of the following sound may reach our ears first?
a. sound from tapping the tables
b. ping of a bell from the principals office
c. whisper of your seatmate seated behind
d. chirps of the bird in a nearby acacia tree
37. Which of the following statement is true?
a. light always travels in a straight line
b. sound travels fast in air than in solids
c. heat transfer through liquid is known as radiation
d. sound cannot travel through air
38. What happens to the loudness of the sound so one gives away from it?
a. it remains the same
b. increases gradually
c. decreases gradually

d. fades abruptly

39. Why is it not advicesable to stay in hot and noisy places?


a. our sense of hearing may be affected badly
b. many people will discover our talents
c. our sense of light may be damaged by the heat of the sun
d. both a and c
40. In which of the following places are you likely to hear the echo of your voice when you shout?
a. underwater
b. in a cave
c. on a tree
d. in a playground

Table of Specification in Science IV


(Third Quarterly Test)
TOPICS

NO. OF DAYS THAUGHT

NO. OF ITMES

1. Effects of force on
objects

10 days

10

25%

2. Light, Heat and Sounds

30

30

25%

40

40

100%