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Quarter 1 - Module 2 Changes that materials undergo

Quiz by Lorna Mison

Grade 5
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

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  • Q1
    Metals like iron rust easilty when exposed to chemicals. Why do iron rusts? It is because it reacts with ___________________ in the air.
    Carbon Dioxide
  • Q2
    If you leave an apple slice on the table for couple of hours, which is likely to be observed?
    the color will turn to occur
    molds will be observed
    it will get bigger
    nothing changes
  • Q3
    If you cover a lighted candle with a glass jar, what will likely to occur?
    The glass jar will immediately break into pieces
    The candle will continue to light up
    The flame on the candle will be put out
    The candle will melt faster than usual
  • Q4
    Which will occur in the absence of oxygen?
    bacteria may grow in food
    rust will be formed
    fermenting grapes to make wine
  • Q5
    Chemical reaction occurs in chemical change. Which show an evidence of?
    melted butter
    sliced mango
    burned sugar
    chopped meat
  • Q6
    Physical changes is a change in its size, shape, phase, form, texture and apperance but it still remains the same material. Which descrive a physical change?
    souring of milk
    burning wood
    rusting of iron
    melting an ice cube
  • Q7
    Chemical change is a change in its color, smell or odor and the formation of bubbles. Which describes a chemical change?
    ice turning into water
    ripening of mango
    crushing a can
    mixing oil and water
  • Q8
    Which is Not an example of chemical change?
  • Q9
    Ash is a by product of burning a paper. Why do you think so?
    it changes its size
    it changes its shape
    it changes into a new substance
    it changes its texture
  • Q10
    In cooking leche flan, which step shows a chemical change?
    whisking egg whites clockwise
    caramelizing the sugar in the llanera
    separating egg yolk and white
    mixing condensed and evaporated milk
  • Q11
    Incineration is the destruction of waste materials through burning. Which is NOT an effect of incineration?
    The air quality becomes low because of smoke
    People are exposed to toxic compounds
    Trees will become healthy and will increase its growth
    Global warming may increase
  • Q12
    These are practices that we can do to prevent harmful effects of change in our environment. Which one is NOT?
    pulling the plugs of appliances while not use
    use of LED lights
    continous use of faucet while brushing our teeth
    use of rechargeable batteries
  • Q13
    People in a certain community throw garbage in the river. What do you think will happen day after tomorrow?
    The river becomes polluted
    The fishes in the river become healthy
    The river becomes clean
    The river becomes tourist's attaraction
  • Q14
    Plastic products are durable, low cost, and easy to manufacture. What do you think happens if it is NOT disposed properly?
    It gives us fresh air to breathe
    It clogs our drainage
    It becomes useful
    It helps us clean our environment
  • Q15
    Which activity contributes to polluting the environment?
    use of eco-friendly products
    use of recyclable materials
    throwing of garbage in bins
    oil spills in ocean

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