# Science 4: Q3 – M3 Light, Heat, and Sound Energy

## Quiz by Dinnes Masubay

Science

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10 questions
• Q1
Which of these explains the cooling of a room using an air conditioner?
Convection
Conduction
Vibration
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• Q2
The following illustrate refraction of light except one.
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• Q3
In which situation will sound travel faster?
When someone knocks on a wall and your ear is on the other side of it
When someone is simply talking to you from a distance
When the sound produced is very loud
When someone strikes two big stones while you are under a pool
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• Q4
What would you do to see someone behind you without having to turn your back?
Use a mirror
Use a barometer
Use a telescope
Use a projector
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• Q5
Which of these practices CANNOT help in keeping your eyes or ears away from being damaged?
Wearing ear protectors like earmuffs whenever exposed to loud sound
Using umbrella, sunglasses, and cap on a hot day
Pressing of ears against the door to hear someone from the other side
Wearing sunglasses when going to the beach
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• Q6
How do people survive in an extremely low temperature?
They live long enough in a low temperature, so their bodies are adapted to an extremely low temperature.
They take a lot of energy food.
They wear warm, thick, garments.
They stay inside the house most of the time.
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• Q7
Why are most of the leaves appear green in color?
It absorbs all other colors except green.
Presence of all colors except blue and orange.
All colors are absorbed and bounces back except orange.
It absorbs all other colors except red.
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• Q8
Which among the following statements about sound is correct?
Sound travels faster in liquid than in solid.
Sound travels faster in liquid than in solid.
The travel of sound is not affected by the medium through which it travels.
Sound travels faster in solid than in air.
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• Q9
What do you call an object that allows some light to pass through them?
Transparent
Transmission
Opaque
Translucent
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• Q10
Which of the following materials can be used to protect ourselves from excessive heat and light?
shoes