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3Q Posttest No. 1

Quiz by Rhodalia Salamat

Grade 8
Science
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

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Grade 8
Science
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

S8MT-IIIa-b-8

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  • Q1

    Which is TRUE about the forces of attraction between the particles of the three states of matter?

    Same as gas, liquid has very weak interparticle forces of attraction.

    Solid has very weak interparticle forces of attraction.

    Gas has very strong interparticle forces of attraction.

    Among the three states of matter, solid has very strong interparticle forces of attraction.

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  • Q2

    Which of the following is NOT true about matter?

    Matter is anything that has weight and mass.

    Matter is made up of tiny particles.

    Matter is everything around us that has mass and volume.

    Matter can have different properties.

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  • Q3

    When two or more substances are combined so each substance can be separated by physical means, the result is a(n) _____.

    solution

    compound

    element

    mixture

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  • Q4

    A small amount of salt was poured into water and stirred thoroughly to mix itevenly in water. What do you call the resulting liquid?

    chemical change

    element

    compound

    homogenous mixture

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  • Q5

    Which of the following would NOT be classified as matter?

    soil

    water

    heat

    smoke

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  • Q6

    Why do ice float in water?

    because ice is denser than water

    because ice is lighter than water

    because ice is less dense than water

    because ice is heavier than water

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  • Q7

    What similarities do you observe from the given sample? Carbon, Gold, Mercury, and Oxygen?

    All samples are solids.

    All samples are compounds.

    All samples are elements.

    All samples are gases.

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  • Q8

    What would 354 mL written on the label of a leading evaporated milk be classified as?

    mass

    density

    volume

    weight

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