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Pinabacdao, Samar

Directions: Given the triangular handkerchief, illustrate the following

write only the letter of the correct answer opposite each number.

A. b/a B. b/c C. a/b D. a/c E. c/a

____1. Sine A
_____ 2. Cosine c
_____ 3. Tangent b
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_____ 4. Cotangent
_____ 5. Secant C a B

TEST II. MULTIPLE CHOICE

Directions: Read and analyze the questions below, then encircle the letter of the
6. In a right angled triangular shape of Mt. Huraw in San Jose de Buan,
Samar, this is the ratio of the opposite side to the hypotenuse.
A. Cosine B. Secant C. Sine D. Tangent
7. With respect to the angle of a triangular front face of a house, what is the
ratio of the adjacent side to the hypotenuse?
A. Cosine B. Secant C. Sine D. Tangent
8. In a right angled triangular piece of paper, this is the ratio of the adjacent
side to the opposite.
A. Cosine B. Cotangent C. Sine D. Tangent
9. With respect to a right angled handkerchief, what is the ratio of the
A. Cosine B. Secant C. Sine D. Tangent
10. In a right angled wall of a classroom, this is the ratio of hypotenuse side to
the opposite.
A. Cosine B. Secant C. Sine D. Tangent
TEST III.A MATCHING TYPE
Direction: Using figure 1 and 2, match each trigonometric concept found
in column A with the correct ratio found in column B. Choose only the

A L n M
Ѳ

c l
b m

Ѳ
N
C B
Fig. 1 Fig. 2

COLUMN A COLUMN B
11.) Sec B A. n/l
12.) Sin L B. c/a
13.) Cot A C. c/b
14.) Tan N D. l/m
15.) Csc B E. b/a
F. b/c

TEST III.B COMPLETION TYPE (2pts)

Directions: Given the figure (right angled piece of paper) below, complete the
sentence by finding each corresponding trigonometric ratios. Rationalize your

3 3 2

45⁰
3

16-17. Sin 45⁰ = _____ 18-19. Tan 45⁰ = _____ 20-21. Sec 45⁰ = _____
22-23. Cot 45⁰ = _____ 24-25. Csc 45⁰ = _____
TEST IV. MATCHING TYPE (2pts)

Directions: Match the trigonometric identities of special angles in column A with the
corresponding ratios found in column B. Write only the letter of the correct answer on
the space opposite each number.
COLUMN A COLUMN B
_____ 26-27. (Tan 45⁰) (Cot 45⁰) A. 3
_____ 28-29. (Csc 45⁰) (Sec 45⁰) B. 2
_____ 30-31. (Sin 30⁰ + Cos 60⁰) (Tan 60⁰) C. 1
_____ 32-33. (Tan 30⁰) (Cot 60⁰) + Csc 30⁰ D. 1.73
_____ 34-35. Csc 45⁰ + Sec 60⁰ E. 2 + √2
F. 2√2
TEST V. MULTIPLE CHOICE
Directions: Read and analyze the questions below, then encircle the letter of the
36. A government employee who is on the second floor of the Catbalogan,
City Hall watches his dog lying on the ground. The angle between his eye level and
his line of sight is 42O. Which angle is being identified in the problem?
A. Acute Angle C. Angle of Depression
B. Angle of Elevation D. Right Angle
37. A foreigner standing in Catbalogan City terminal sighted Mercedes lighthouse
using a canon camera. The angle between his eye level and his line of sight is
62O. Which angle is being identified in the problem?

A. Acute Angle C. Angle of Depression

B. Angle of Elevation D. Right Angle

38. A tuba (red wine) maker on top of a coconut tree looking down to his son
standing standing on the ground. The angle between his eye level and his line of
sight is 28O. Which angle is being identified in the problem?

A. Acute Angle C. Angle of Depression

B. Angle of Elevation D. Right Angle

39. The Governor of first district of Samar is riding on a helicopter; its altitude above
the ground is 9.3 km. The angle between his eye level and his line of sight is 35O.
Which angle is being identified in the problem?
A. Acute Angle C. Angle of Depression
B. Angle of Elevation D. Right Angle

40. The farmer on top of the Jackfruit tree sighted a snake crawling on the ground.
The angle between his eye level and his line of sight is 29O.Which angle is being
identified in the problem?

A. Acute Angle C. Angle of Depression

B. Angle of Elevation D. Right Angle
TEST VI. IDENTIFICATION TYPE

Directions: Identify the angle presented by the following information.

Write ELEVATION if it represents angle of elevation then DEPRESSION if it represents angle
of depression on the space opposite each number.

__________41. A janitor standing on the roof top of Catbalogan, City Capitol looking
down tothe ground.
__________42.. Barangay Tanod observing a Dove (bird) on top of a lamp post.

__________43. A tuba (red wine) maker on top of a coconut tree looking down to his son
standing on the ground.
__________44. Student standing and looking on the Philippine flag while the flag
ceremony is going on.
__________45. From the Hanging Bridge of Calbiga, Samar, a person sighted on the sea
level.

TEST VII. MULTIPLE CHOICE

Direction: Read and understand each question. Encircle the letter of the

46.From a horizontal distance of 80 m., the angle of elevation to the top

of the flag pole is 18°. How high is the flag pole?
A. 24.72 m B. 25.99 m C. 76. 08 m D. 246.21 m
47. A Rectangular park measures 40 m by 60 m. To get home more quickly
Chona decided to walk along the diagonal field. What is the angle of
Chona’s path with respect to the 40-mside?
A. 33.70° B. 41.83° C. 48.19° D. 56.31°
48. Arjoe is flying a kite at Imelda Park, he lets out 60 m of his string, which
makes an angleof 63° with the ground? What is the height of the kite
above the ground?
A. 27.24 m B. 30.57 mC.53.46 m D. 117.76 m
49. Joseph is sitting in a guava tree, so that his eyes is 3.2 meter above the
ground. When helooks down at an angle of depression of 43°, he can
see his dog sitting in the garden. Howfar is the dog from the roots of the
guava tree?
A. 2.98 mB.3.43 m C. 4.69° D.4.37°
50. A one –meter stick rest against the wall of the classroom. The meter
stick makes 55° angle with the floor. How far from the wall is the base of the
meter stick.
A.0.57 m B. 0.82 m C. 1.74 m D. 1.42 m
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1. b 26-27. c

2. d 28-29. b

3. a 30-31. d

4. c 32-33. a

5. e 34-35. e

6. c 36. c

7. a 37. b

8. b 38. c

9. d 39. c

10. a 40. c

11. b 41. Depression

12. d 42. Elevation
13. e 43. Depression
14. a 44. Elevation
15. c 45. Depression

TEST III.B COMPLETION TYPE (2pts) TEST VII. MULTIPLE CHOICE

2
16-17. 46. b
2

18-19. 1 47. a

20-21. 2 48. c

22-23. 1 49. c

24-25. 2 50. b
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Directions: The statements under Column A are situations illustrating measures of

position. For each statement, find the most appropriate measure of position in
more than one time.
COLUMN A COLUMN B
_____ 1.) Dividing a set of data into four equal parts a.) decile
_____ 2.) Dividing a set of data into ten equal parts b.) median
_____ 3.) Dividing a set of data into one hundred c.) percentile
equal parts d.) quantile
_____ 4.) Utilizing box-and-whisker plot to interpret a e.) quartile
a certain set of data
_____5.) Locating the position of an individual in a
group in educational and health-related fields

Test II. Multiple Choice

Directions: Read the questions carefully and select the correct response from
among the four choices. Write the letter of your choice on the blank to the left
of the number. (For items 6– 9, consider the rice (palay)production distribution of
7 municipalities given below:)

Samar province is one of the leading producers of rainfed rice (palay) in the
region. The food security of the region depends to the large extent on the
sufficient production of rice (palay)coming from different municipalities of the
province. The 2015 top municipalities that produce the large volume of rice
(palay) in kilograms is shown below.

Rice Production in Different Municipalities in Samar

MUNICIPALITIES RICE PRODUCTION (in KG)
Sta. Rita 1,200,000
Calbiga 850,000
Pinabacdao 1,150,000
Villareal 640,000
San Sebastian 360,000
Hinabangan 200,000
Paranas 150,000

_____ 6-7.) Which of the following is the 2nd quartile of the data?
a. 150,000 b. 640,000 c. 850,000 d. 1,200,000
_____ 8-9.) What municipality corresponds to 25th percentile rice production?
a. Hinabanganc. Pinabacdao
b. Paranasd. Sta. Rita

For items 10–13, refer to the frequency given distribution of the average monthly
income of 40
Farmers in Samar.

Average Monthly Income of Farmers in Samar

MONTHLY INCOME FREQUENCY
31,000 – 35,000 1
26,000 – 30,000 2
21,000 – 25,000 3
16,000 – 20,000 5
11,000 – 15,000 7
6,000 – 10,000 9
1,000 – 5,000 13

_____ 10-11.) What is the average monthly income in the 3rd quartile position?
a. 11,000 b. 11,500 c. 15,000 d. 16,500
_____ 12-13.) The income in the 7th decile is equal to
a. 11,535 b. 14,7685 c. 21,375 d. 26,465
_____ 14-15.) Lito scored 55 in a mathematics test. If he has 39classmates and
he surpassed 25 of them, what is his percentile rank?
a. 63.75% b. 67.25% c. 76.5% d. 80%

Directions: The items under Column A are different measures of position in

relation to the distribution on the preferred health career paths among Grade
10 students. For each position, find the equivalent value in Column B and write
more than one time.

The latest Social Weather Station (SWS) survey conducted to the Grade 10
students in Samar reveals a significant increase of students who considered
choosing health career courses among others. The health career preference is
shown below.
Students’ Health Career Preferences

PREFERRED HEALTH CAREER INCREASE RATE (%)

Nursing 25
Medical Technology 22
Dentistry 17
Physical Therapy 14
Biomedicine 10
Pharmacy 9
Human Medicine 6
Veterinary Medicine 4
COLUMN A COLUMN B

_____ 16-17.) P75 a.) 5.6

_____ 18-19.) D2 b.) 6.75
_____ 20-21.) Q2 c.) 8.25
_____ 22-23.) P25 d.) 12
_____ 24-25.) Interquartile Range e.) 14
f.) 20.75

Test IV. Problem Solving

Directions: Using the given data, identify the answer for each item. Write your

For items 26-35, refer to the data on scores of students in a 50-item test in
Mathematics.

Scores of students in a 50 – item test in Mathematics:

13, 14, 16, 20, 23, 10, 9, 40, 45, 36, 39, 48, 43, 12, 18

__________ 26-30.) Calculate the 25th percentile.

__________ 31-35.) Calculate the 40th decile.

For items 36-50, refer to the given frequency distribution on the daily allowance
of 40 students of Anibongon Integrated School who are Pantawid Pamilyang
Pilipino Program (4-Ps) beneficiaries.

61 – 70 1
51 – 60 3
41 – 50 6
31 – 40 9
21 – 30 12
11 – 20 5
1 – 10 4

__________ 36-40.) Calculate the 3rd quartile.

__________ 41-45.) Calculate the 70th percentile.
__________ 46-50.) Calculate the 3rd decile.
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1.) e 16-17.) f

2.) a 18-19.) a

3. ) c 20-21.) d

4.) e 22-23.) b

5.) c 24-25.) e

Test II. Multiple Choice Test IV. Problem Solving

6-7.) c 26-30.) 13

8-9.) a 31-35.) 16.8

10-11.) d 36-40.) 38

14-15.) a 46-50.) 51.61

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Test I. True or False

Directions: Which of the following situations show projectile motion?
Write True for the statement that is correct and False for the
statement that is incorrect.
1. A projectile is a free-falling body.
2. A projectile is a moving object that is influenced by the force of gravity
and friction.
3. A projectile has a zero velocity at its peak vertical component.
4. A projectile has a constant vertical velocity.
5. A projectile moves with a constant horizontal velocity.

Test II.Multiple Choice

Directions. Read each item carefully and encircle the letter that
6. Which of the following is the definition of momentum?
A. The product of force and time
B. The change in velocity per unit time
C. The product of force and distance
D. The product of mass and velocity
7. Which of the following is the correct unit of momentum?
A. N∙m2
B. N/m2
C. N∙s
D. N/s2
8. Which of the following object has the greatest momentum?
A. 2 kg ball rolling at 2 m/s
B. 3 kg ball rolling at 1 m/s
C. 3 kg ball placed on the cabinet
D. 1 kg ball rolling at 5 m/s
9. A 55-kg athlete running at a speed of 8 m/s collided with another 55-kg
athlete moving at 5 m/s. Which statement is true?
A. Both athletes have the same momentum.
B. Athlete running at 8m/s has less impact force compared to the
athlete moving at 5m/s.
C. Both athletes will suffer injury because of their same body mass.
D. Athlete running at 5m/s will sustain greater injury than the athlete
running at 8m/s.
10. A 500 kg car is travelling at 5 m/s. What is its momentum?
A. 2500 kg∙m/s
B. 2000 kg∙m/s
C. 100 kg∙m/s
D. 10 kg∙m/s
11. The law of _______________ of Momentum states that momentum is
neither created nor destroyed.
A. Preservation
B. Conservation
C. Reservation
D. Protection
12. When the baseball bat hits the ball, the change in momentum of the bat is
_________ to the change in momentum of the ball.
A. greater than
B. less than
C. equal to
D. neither
13. Which has a greater momentum? A bus parked at the station or a bicycle in
motion?
A. Bus
B. Bicycle
C. Both
D. Neither
14. A force applied for a longer time increases the change in _______________.
A. Momentum
B. Gravity
C. Force
D. Mass
15. A change in momentum is called _____________.
A. force
B. impulse
C. gravity
D. mass

Passengers forces minimized injury air-bag seat belt time

crumple impact energy collision

Science of Car Safety

Moving cars and the passengers they carry have kinetic energy and
many of the safety features in all modern cars - seat belts, crumple zones, air
bags and side impact bars - are designed to reduce (16)__________________ by
absorbing much of this kinetic energy in the event of a crash. The design of
these features also ensures that the destructive (17)__________________ which
would be exerted on (18)__________________ when a collision occurs, are
(19)__________________ as much as possible.

A (20)__________________ keeps you in your seat during a crash. The belt is

designed to stretch by about 0.25 m in a crash and this allows the force holding
you in place to act over a longer (21)__________________. There are parts of the
car at the front and rear, which are designed to squash or
(22)__________________ easily in the event of a crash. The kinetic energy of the
moving car is absorbed by the crumpling because work is done in causing the
metal to deform. The crumpling also lengthens the (23)__________________ time
and hence reduces the force which is transmitted to the passengers. The
purpose of a/an(24)__________________ is to provide a soft, yielding cushion
between the person’s upper body (mainly the head) and the steering wheel or
dashboard. The side impact bars cause the energy created during a
(25)__________________ to be directed to the floor, bulkhead, sills, roof etc.
Test III- B. Cloze Test

Directions: Fill in each blank to complete the thought of the paragraph by

choosing the word/phrase in the box.

electrical energy geothermal energy steam

turbines mechanical energy electricity

The source of (26)_______________ common in our province is

(27)_______________. It obtains from the earth’s heat. The heat obtained from its
interior is used produce (28)_______________. This runs the (29)_______________
where electricity is generated with the help of a generator which converts
(30)_______________ to electrical energy. (31)_______________, in turn, is distributed
to the community by electric companies. When you turned on the electric
lamps, you tapped into that energy.

Energy from alcohol Energy from the earth’s interior

Energy of falling water Energy from waste
Energy of the wind Energy of the sun
Energy from the atom

32. Energy from splitting the nucleus of the atom

33. Groundwater in contact with hot rocks gets heated
34. Turns windmill blades to pump water or generate electricity
35. Water stored at a high level in dams of rivers
36. From sugar cane used as a gasoline substitute
37. Heat from the sun trapped and concentrated for cooking and heating
38. Material changed to methane gas, a substitute for cooking gas
Test V. Problem Solving

39-40. How much kinetic energy is gained when 2000 kg of water falls from a
height of 40 m?

41-45. A passenger bus of mass 2000 kg moving with a constant velocity of 5 m/s,
collided and moved another passenger bus of mass 2500 kg which is at
rest. Calculate the velocity with which the buses move off after the
collision.
46-50. A motorcycle rider moving at a rate of 10 m/s collided with another rider
moving at 15 m/s. If both riders have amass of 80 kg, what is their velocity
during the collision?
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1. True 26. electrical energy

2. False 27. geothermal energy
3. True 28. steam
4. Agree 29. turbines
5. True 30. mechanical energy
31. electricity

6. D 32. energy from the atom

7. C 33. energy from the earth’s interior
8. D 34. energy of the wind
9. D 35. energy of falling water
10. A 36. energy from alcohol
11. B 37. energy of the sun

12. C 38. energy from waste

13. B
14. A
15. B
Test V. Problem Solving

39-40. 784 000 J

Test III- A. Cloze Test 41-45. 2.2 m/s

16. Injury 21. Time 45-50. 12.5 m/s

17. Forces 22. Crumple
18. Passengers 23. Impact
19. Minimized 24. Air bag
20. Seat belt 25. collision
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Directions: Match the chemical reactions with their corresponding

evidences. Evidence can be used more than once.
Write the letter only.
Chemical Reaction Evidence

1. Burned firewood A. Production of light

2. Fireworks display B. Evolution of gas
3. Peeled apple left for sometime C. Change in temperature
4. An effervescent antacid tablet D. Formation of precipitate
dropped in water E. Change in intrinsic property
5. Vinegar and milk combined F. Change in extrinsic

Directions: Choose from the box the correct type of reaction

exhibited in the following reactions. Write the answer on the
appropriate column.

Combination
Decomposition
Single Displacement
Double Displacement
Combustion
Acid-base

Chemical Reaction Type of Reaction

6. Na2CO3 Na2O + CO3
7. Zn + HCl(aq) ZnCl2 + H2
8. BeCl2 + 3O2 Be(ClO3)2
9. CH4 + O2(((g) CO2(g) + 2H2O(g)
10. H2SO4 + 2NH4OH 2H2O + (NH4)2SO4
11. AgNO3 + NaCl AgCl + NaNO3

Directions: Balance the following equations and identify the type of

reaction that took place. Write the correct numerical
coefficient on the blanks and the type of reaction on the
proper column.

Directions: Write TRUE if the statement is correct, if false, underline the

wrong word in the statement and write the correct answer in the
space provided.

_________ 22. Carbohydrates and lipids are composed of the same

chemical elements but in different proportions.

_________ 23. Proteins are made up of elements carbon, hydrogen,

oxygen, potassium and sulphur.

they are not influenced by attractive forces with other

particles.

_________ 28. The behaviour of any given sample or fixed amount of gas

can be described by volume and pressure only.

_________ 29. The temperature of a gas is directly related to how fast the

particles are moving.

_________ 30. The more frequent are the collisions, the higher is the gas

pressure.

John wants to have a portable oxygen tank with 2.00 L capacity

for his scuba diving. A 5.00 L oxygen gas exerts a pressure of 1.00
atmosphere.

Questions:

33-34. What are the given quantities?

35-36. How much pressure is needed for this gas to be compressed into a 2.00 L
tank?
37-38. How much is the pressure in mmHg?
39-40. If a pressure of 0.5 atmosphere is exerted on the gas, what would be the
volume of the gas in the tank?

Enzymes are in molds and bacteria that spoil food. Based on

the concepts learned on the factors affecting the rate of reaction,
explain why food doesn’t spoil as fast when it is refrigerated as it
would at room temperature.
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Test I. Matching Type Test V. Problem Solving

1. E 31-32. Possible answer for number 1: The situation is about how to have a portable 2-L
oxygen tank given the conditions that 5-L oxygen exerts 1 atm.

2. A 33-34. P1 = 1 atm
3. E V1 = 5 L
4. B V2 = 2 L
5. D 35-36. P = 2.50 atm
37-38. 1900 mmHg
39-40. V = 10 L
Test II. Identification Test VI. Essay

1. Decomposition 41-50. Answers may vary

2. Single Displacement
3. Combination
4. Combustion
5. Acid-base
6. Double Displacement
Test III. Table Completion

12-13. P4 + 6I24PI3 - Combination

14-15. 2Pb(NO3)22PbO + 4NO2 + O2 - Decomposition
16-17. 2CaO + 5C 2CaC2 + CO2 - Double Displacement
18-19. Zn + 2HCl(aq) ZnCl2 + H2 - Single Displacement
20-21. 3MgO + 2H3PO4 Mg3(PO4)2 + 3H2O - Double Displacement

Test IV. True or False

22. TRUE
23. Potassium-Nitrogen
24. Deoxyribose-Nucleotides
25. TRUE
26. Carbohydrates-Proteins
27. True
28. The behaviour of any given sample or fixed amount of gas can be
described by volume, temperature, and pressure.
29. True
30. True
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Division of Samar
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Table of Specification
In
Science G9
(Fourth Quarter)

Content No. of Percent No. of Item Placement Total No.

Days of Time Items Easy- Moderate- Difficult- of Items
60% 30% 10%
Forces and 20 40 20 1-10 41-50 20
Motion
Work, Power 10 20 10 16-20 11-15 10
and Energy
Heat, Work and 10 20 10 26-30 21-25 10
Energy
Electricity and 10 20 10 31-35 36-40 10
Magnetism
Total 50 100 50 30 15 5 50

Prepared by:

JOAN M. QUITALIG
SST-I

NOTED:

LOIDA R. VOCES
Secondary School Principal I
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region VIII
Division of Samar
PINABACDAO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Pinabacdao, Samar

Table of Specification
In
Science G10
(Fourth Quarter)

Content No. of Percent No. of Item Placement Total No.

Days of Time Items Easy- Moderate- Difficult- of Items
60% 30% 10%
Behavior of 15 30 15 1-10 36-40 15
Gases
Chemical 15 30 15 11-20 31-35 15
Reactions
Biomolecules 20 40 20 21-30 41-45 46-50 20
Total 50 100 50 30 15 5 50

Prepared by:

JOAN M. QUITALIG
SST-I

NOTED:

LOIDA R. VOCES
Secondary School Principal I
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region VIII
Division of Samar
PINABACDAO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Pinabacdao, Samar

Table of Specification
In
Mathematics G9
(Fourth Quarter)

Content No. of Percent No. of Item Placement Total No.

Days of Time Items Easy- Moderate- Difficult- of Items
60% 30% 10%
Trigonometric 25 50 25 1-25 25
Ratios of Special
Angles
Angles of 25 50 25 26-30 31-45 46-50 25
Elevation and
Angles of
Depression
Total 50 100 50 30 15 5 50

Prepared by:

JOAN M. QUITALIG
SST-I

NOTED:

LOIDA R. VOCES
Secondary School Principal I
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region VIII
Division of Samar
PINABACDAO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Pinabacdao, Samar

Table of Specification
In
Mathematics G10
(Fourth Quarter)

Content No. of Percent No. of Item Placement Total No.

Days of Time Items Easy- Moderate- Difficult- of Items
60% 30% 10%
Measures of 25 50 25 1-20 21-25 25
Position for
Ungrouped Data
Measures of 25 50 25 41-50 26-40 25
Position for
Grouped Data

Total 50 100 50 30 15 5 50

Prepared by:

JOAN M. QUITALIG
SST-I

NOTED:

LOIDA R. VOCES
Secondary School Principal I