Q3 1ST SUMMATIVE TEST

Quiz by Fritz Brian Balor

Science

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20 questions
• Q1

The starting point you choose to describe the location of an object is called________.

Reference Direction

Reference Point

Motion

East

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• Q2

If the reference point changes, which of the following statement is true?

Distance and direction to an object change

The position of the object changes

There is no change

Direction to the object changes, but not distance.

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• Q3

Which statement indicates that motion has occurred?

The reference point has changed.

The object being described has changed.

The position of the object has changed.

Directions change

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• Q4

An object is in _______________if it changes position relative to a reference point

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Jumble
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• Q5

When measuring how far an object has moved, we measure from what point of a ruler?

5

0

15

10

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• Q6

Meterstick, tape measure, and sturdy rope are some of the standard tools in measuring distance.

false
true
True or False
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• Q7

The measure of how far or near two points are from one another is called distance.

true
false
True or False
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• Q8

The Metric System of measurement of distance is used only in the Philippines.

false
true
True or False
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• Q9

Using different units of measurement may lead to misunderstanding and confusion among people.

true
false
True or False
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• Q10

Ten kilometers is equal to 1000 meters

false
true
True or False
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• Q11

Which of the following is a conductor?

metal spoon

eraser

tissue

paper

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• Q12

Which of the following is an insulator?

scissors

thumbtacks

tissue

pins

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• Q13

Which group is composed of insulators only?

brass, gold, silver

glass, plastic, rubber

leather, iron nail, pins

aluminum foil, iron nail, rubber

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• Q14

It is a form of energy made up of charges that can provide heat, light and motion.

Users enter free text
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• Q15

Match the word/term in Column A to its related concepts in Column B.

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