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Science 5 - Q4 – M3 WEATHER DISTURBANCES IN THE PHILIPPINES

Quiz by Dinnes Masubay

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

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10 questions
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  • Q1
    PAGASA has just raised public storm warning signal no. 2 in Marikina City and nearby provinces. What does this mean?
    Winds of 100-185 kph in 18 hours is expected in the locality.
    Very strong winds of more than 185 kph in 12 hours is expected in the locality.
    Winds of 60-100 kph in 24 hours is expected in the locality.
    Winds of 30-60 kph in 36 hours is expected in the locality.
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  • Q2
    Southwest monsoons happen during which of the following months?
    May to October
    April to November
    October to early May
    June to September
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  • Q3
    Which describes the condition of the atmosphere in a short period of time?
    low pressure
    typhoon
    weather
    humidity
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  • Q4
    Which of the following can be observed after the typhoon?
    Sign boards and antennas are intact.
    Trees and buildings are not damaged
    Countryside is devastated.
    The surrounding is clean.
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  • Q5
    Which of the following precautionary measures should be done during a cyclone?
    Store enough canned goods.
    Tune in to the latest radio or TV cyclone bulletin.
    Report broken electrical and water lines.
    Disinfect flooded areas.
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  • Q6
    When does a tropical storm become a typhoon?
    When it reaches a wind speed of 63 to 117 kph
    When it reaches a sustained wind of 118 to 220 kph
    When it reaches maximum sustained 1-minute surface winds of at least 230 kph
    When it reaches a wind speed of less than 55 kph
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  • Q7
    Monitoring the storm warning signals is important to tell whether the eye of the typhoon will hit your locality. What agency advises the public on the latest weather bulletins and announcements?
    DOH
    Dep Ed
    DSWD
    PAGASA
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  • Q8
    Tropical cyclones are referred to by different names depending on where they originate in the world. What is formed in the western Pacific Ocean?
    Hurricanes
    Tropical cyclones
    Willy Willy
    Typhoons
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  • Q9
    What is the basis of upgrading a tropical storm into a typhoon?
    position
    direction
    eye of the typhoon
    wind speed
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  • Q10
    Which of the following precautionary measures should be done after a cyclone?
    Prepare sufficient supply of food and water
    Keep batteries, radios, fully charged cellphones and flashlights handy.
    Watch out for hanging live wires from damaged electric posts.
    Evacuate to a safe place if you are staying in low-lying areas.
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