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SCIENCE 5 - Q4 - M4: Phases of the Moon

Quiz by Dinnes Masubay

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

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10 questions
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  • Q1
    Which of the following statements is NOT true about the phases of the Moon?
    The phases of the moon you see depend on the position of the moon in relation to the sun and earth.
    The moon does not actually change its shape.
    The moon undergoes (9) different phases.
    The Moon’s change in appearance is known as the phases of the moon.
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  • Q2
    The Moon appears different every night. Which of the following statement is NOT true?
    The moon has light of its own
    The sun reflects light to the moon in different angles.
    This is because the earth rotates on its axis and revolve around the sun.
    This is because the moon rotates on its axis and revolves around the earth.
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  • Q3
    Which heavenly body reflects light to the moon’s surface that causes it to have different shapes?
    Comet
    Sun
    Asteroid
    other planets
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  • Q4
    How long will it take the moon to complete one phase, from New Moon to the next New Moon?
    15 days
    25 days
    29 ½ days
    35 days
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  • Q5
    In waxing phase, the lighted part of the Moon increases from New Moon to full Moon. What does this mean?
    Waxing means cleaning the floor.
    Waxing means shrinking.
    Waxing means growing.
    Waxing is the same as waning.
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  • Q6
    Which statement describes a waning phase of the Moon?
    The Moon decreases from Full Moon to New Moon.
    The Moon is increasing from New Moon to Full Moon.
    The Moon decreases from New Moon to Full Moon.
    The Moon is increasing from Full Moon to New Moon.
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  • Q7
    Which describes a New Moon phase?
    The Moon is not visible.
    Full moon is visible.
    Gibbous Moon is visible.
    Crescent Moon is visible.
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  • Q8
    Refer to the diagram below, what comes next to waxing Gibbous?
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    Last Quarter
    Full Moon
    New Moon
    First Quarter
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  • Q9
    Refer to the diagram, what comes after Last Quarter?
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    Waxing Crescent
    Waning Gibbous
    Waning Crescent
    Waxing Gibbous
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  • Q10
    Which of the following shows the correct sequence of the phases of the Moon?
    Waxing Gibbous-First Quarter-New Moon- Waxing Crescent
    New Moon-Waxing Gibbous-First Quarter-Waxing Crescent
    First Quarter-New Moon-Waxing Crescent-Waxing Gibbous
    New Moon-Waxing Crescent-First Quarter-Waxing Gibbous
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