G10 2ND QUARTER PRETEST

Quiz by Daniel Villanueva

Science

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30 questions
• Q1

Which electromagnetic wave has the highest energy?

Gamma rays

Ultraviolet wave

Visible  Light

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• Q2

What happens to the frequency and wavelength if the energy of the wave decreases?

wavelength increases, frequency decreases

wavelength decreases, frequency decreases

wavelength decreases, frequency increases

wavelength increases, frequency increases

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• Q3

Radio waves, X-ray waves, and microwaves are detected to be travelling in a vacuum. If the waves have a wavelength of 2 x 103 m, 2 x 10-9 m, 2 x 10-1 m respectively, which of the three travels the fastest?

They all travel at the same speed.

microwaves

X-ray waves

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• Q4

An FM radio station broadcasts at 9.05 MHz (9.05 x 107 Hz). The radio wave travels at the speed of light, what is its wavelength?

2.72 x 1016 m

3.31 m

0.04m

2. 72 x1010 m

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• Q5

A gamma ray with a frequency of 6.2 x 1019Hz is fired on an unknown object in space. The value of Planck’s constant is 6.626 x 10-34 Js. How much energy does the wave carry?

4.11 x 1014 J

4.11 x 10-14 Js

4.11 x 1014 Js

4.11 x 10-14 J

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• Q6

What will happen if the antenna of the analog television is placed inside the house?

Pictures are clear, but the sound is intermittent due to its enclosed location

Pictures are blurred, but the sound is good due to the transmitter’s location

Pictures and sound transmitted are strong due to its enclosed location.

Pictures and sound transmitted are weak due to the location of the transmitter

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• Q7

Which is NOT included in the group for radiocommunication?

Amplifier

WIFI Router

Oscillator

Antennas

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• Q8

Which causes sugar, water, and fat to vibrate at extremely high frequencies?

Microwave energy

Kinetic energy

Cavity magnetron

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• Q9

Which item must NOT be placed inside the microwave oven?

Pyrex cup

Styrofoam

Hard-boiled eggs

Cast Iron

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• Q10

Which is the center of transmitting and receiving radio waves towards television and radio communication?

LCD

Speakers

Base Station Antenna

Wires

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• Q11

What form of electromagnetic radiation has the most energy?

Microwaves

Gamma-rays

X-rays

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• Q12

Which is NOT a probable result of the human tissue’s exposure to ionizing radiation?

Cellular damage

Cancer

Death

Viral infection

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• Q13

What does ionizing radiation remove from atoms?

Electrons

Protons

Nucleus

Neutrons

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• Q14

What is the difference between ionizing and non-ionizing radiation?

Ionizing radiation is a naturally occurring phenomenon and non-ionizing radiation is only created artificially.

Non-ionizing radiation is a naturally occurring phenomenon and ionizing radiation is only created artificially.

Ionizing radiation has high energy that can remove an electron from the atom, but non-ionizing does not.

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• Q15

How can we protect ourselves from harmful electromagnetic radiation?

Increase cell phone use