# S7 QUARTER 3 M1-3 Summative Assessment

## QuizÂ by Melva D. Borja

Grade 7

Science

Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

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- Q1Elsa is sitting very still on a chair. But Jose claims that Elsa is actually moving. Jose is true if the point of reference is the __________.chairEarthfloorSun30sS7FE-IIIa-1
- Q2Which of the following statements is TRUE? I. The distance travelled by an object can be equal to its displacement. II. The displacement of a moving object can be greater than its distance travelled.both I and IIIIInone is considered true30sS7FE-IIIa-1
- Q3Which of the following is true about an object that travels 5 meters to the left, then 2 meters up, then another 5 meters to the right?The displacement of the object is equal to 12 meters down.The displacement of the object is equal to 12 meters.The total distance travelled by the object is equal to 12 meters.The total distance travelled by the object is equal to 12 meters down.30sS7FE-IIIa-1
- Q4Anne walked 300 m East from home to visit Marie. She then walked another 400 m North to fetch Faye and both of them walked 300 m West to watch the birds . She left Faye then walked 400 m North. Which of the following statements is NOT true?Anne's displacement is zero if she has travelled 400 m South after leaving Faye.Anne has travelled a a total distance of 1.4 km.Anne's displacement is shorter than the total distance she has travelled.Anne went home.30sS7FE-IIIa-1
- Q5What does the slope of a distance vs. time graph represent?accelerationdisplacementdistancespeed30sS7FE-IIIa-1
- Q6Which of the following statements is NOT true about the object moving with constant speed?The speed of the object is equal to zero.The distance travelled by the object increases uniformly.The speed of the object remains the same all throughout the travel.The object is not accelerating30sS7FE-IIIa-1
- Q7If the direction is added to speed, what quantity is formed?timedisplacementvelocitydistance30sS7FE-IIIa-1
- Q8what does the slope of a speed vs. time graph represent?distanceforcespeedacceleration30sS7FE-IIIa-1
- Q9In which of the following situations is the object accelerating? I. A truck changing direction. II. A car speeding up in a highway. III. A moving motorcycle comes to a stop. IV. A rolling ball moving with a uniform speed.I, III, and IVI, II and IIII and III, II and IV30sS7FE-IIIa-1
- Q10A toy when whirled has a uniform speed and moved in a particular path. Which of the following assumption(s)is/are TRUE? I. The toy has a uniform velocity. II. The toy is accelerating.Neither I nor IIboth I and IIIII30sS7FE-IIIa-1
- Q11A boy is standing beside a tree. He walks 4 steps away from the tree, did the boy move?No, because he is still close to the tree.Yes, because he changed position with respect to the tree.No, because he stopped after walking four steps.Yes, because he walked.30sS7FE-IIIa-1
- Q12Which of the following is NOT a correct unit for speed?km.hm/min.miles per hourcm/s30sS7FE-IIIa-1
- Q13Mechanical waves transport energy from one place to another through:alternately vibrating particles of the medium.vibrating particles and traveling particles.none of theseparticles traveling with the wave.30sS7LT-IIIc-4
- Q14In __________waves, the individual particles in the medium move parallel to the direction of travel of the wave. an example of this is __________.transverse; soundlongitudinal visible lighttransverse; visible lightlongitudinal; sound30sS7LT-IIIc-4
- Q15What will happen as the frequency of a wave increases and its speed remains constant?The wavelength increases.The amplitude increases.The wavelength decreases.The wave period increases.30sS7LT-IIIc-4