SCIENCE Quarter 1: Summative Quiz

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45 questions
• Q1
What do you call to a step by step process that is being followed by the scientist in solving problem?
Observation
Experiment
Hypothesis
Scientific method
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• Q2
In doing a simple investigation/experiment, the variable that is being manipulated is the ____________.
Dependent variable
Independent variable
Control variable
Hypothesis
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• Q3
In doing a simple investigation/experiment, the variable that remain constant throughout is the ______.
Control variable
Independent variable
Dependent variable
Hypothesis
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• Q4
It is being referred as an “educated guess”.
Control variable
Hypothesis
Dependent variable
Independent variable
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• Q5
Which of the following is the first step of the scientific method?
Making a conclusion
Knowing the Problem
Stating a hypothesis
Conducting an experiment
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• Q6
Which of the following is the last step of the scientific method?
Stating a hypothesis
Knowing the Problem
Making a conclusion
Conducting an experiment
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• Q7
What do you call the things in an experiment that must be the same in both set-up to make it fair?
Dependent variable
Control variable
Hypothesis
Independent variable
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• Q8
What did the scientist do to prove that his hypothesis is correct or wrong?
He will gather more data from books.
He will formulate more questions
He will perform an experiment.
He will design a theory.
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• Q9
A scientist conducted an experiment to determine how the amount of salt in a body of water affects the number of plants that can survive. Which is the independent variable?
Temperature of the water
Number of plants in the water
Water
Amount of salt in the water
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• Q10
Anything in this world that occupies space and has weight is being referred as ____________.
Object
Atom
Molecules
Matter
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• Q11
Which of the following is NOT a constituent of a water compound?
Hydrogen
Oxygen
Carbon
None of the above
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• Q12
Which of the following is NOT a constituent of a table salt?
None of the above
Chlorine
Sodium
Carbon
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• Q13
Which of the following statement is TRUE?
Both elements and compounds are pure substance.
When elements combine, a new substance is formed
Compounds are made up of elements.
All of the above
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• Q14
Which of the following is correctly written symbol for an element Calcium?
Ca
Cl
CA
ca
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• Q15
The following are the classifications of elements EXCEPT__________.
Metals
Non-metals
Acid
Metalloids
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• Q16
Pure substance that is composed of only one kind of atom is called ___________.
Mixture
Salts
Compound
Element
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• Q17
Pure substance that is composed of two or more elements being combined chemically is called _______.
Element
Salts
Mixture
Compound
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• Q18
What are the two major classification of matter?
Acid and Base
Atom and Molecule
Pure Substance and Mixture
Element and Compound
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• Q19
Which of the following statement is TRUE about pure substance and a mixture?
During boiling, the temperature of a substance changes at first then it becomes the same, while the temperature of a mixture is different at different times.
During melting, a substance does not melt, while the mixture has portions that seem to be not melting.
During melting, a mixture melts completely/smoothly within a short time: while the pure substance has portions that seem to be not melting.
Pure substance and mixture both have the same properties when it comes to boiling and melting.
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• Q20
Seawater is an example of ______________________.
a solution
compound
element
a heterogeneous mixture
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