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4. Which the following a only scientist should Instruction: Answer all questions.

Every question has four possible answers labelled of A, B, C and D. Choose one answer for not each question. do? 1.

The study of science is important to human because A B C D it improves our health. it helps baby to become an adult. it helps us to get higher pay. it helps us to be a leader.

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Form a hypothesis. Change experimental data when necessary. Identify problems. Plan experiments.


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Which of the following is the SI unit for mass and weight? A B C D Mass N S kg N Weight kg km N S


Which of the following is not a man-made object? A B C D Televisions. Spaceship. Gold. Radio.

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Which of the following symbols is correctly labelled? A

Which of the following is not a base physical quantity? A B C D Electrical current. Time. Length. Electrical power.

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What is the SI unit of weight? A B C D Newton Kilogram Ampere Cubic metre

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The unit for mass is A B C D hour. meter. centimetre. kilogram.

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Which of the following instruments is capable of measuring up to 0.1 cm 3 accurately?

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Burette. Beaker. Measuring cylinder. Vernier calipers. B


In an experiment, a student requires 20 mm3 of liquid from a bottle. Which of the following measuring instrument should be used? A B C D Beaker. Burette. Measuring cylinder. Pipette.
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Which of the following structures is not found in an animal cell? A B C D Cytoplasm Cell membrane Nucleus Chloroplast


The above diagram shows an example of A B C D

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virus. bacteria. amoeba. yeast.

In the plant cell shown above, which part is not found in an animal cell? A B C D
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A specialized center of body function composed of several different types of tissues is called A B C D tissues. cell. system. organ.

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Which of the following groups has the most advanced brain? A B C D Animal. Bird. Human. Shark.


Which of the following is not a unicellular organism?


Which of the following is a matter? A Heat.

B Gas. C Light. D Coldness.

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B cuprum. C platinum. D carbon.



Solid, liquid and gas are called the A B C D three statues of matter. three states of matter. three stages matter. three forms of matter.

Which of the following activities does not pollute the water source? A Throwing sewage and waste products into rivers. B Excessive usage of fertilizers. C Have more forest reserves. D Dumping industrial chemical waste into rivers.

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Density of a material is defined as A B C D volume per unit weight. weight per unit volume. mass per unit volume. volume per unit mass.
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Which of the following is not rare gas? A B C D Helium. Xenon. Argon. Vapour.

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Which of the following does not use the concept of density? A B C D Hot air balloon. Submarine. Raft. Syringe.
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Which of the following is a special feature of natural phenomena? A The occurrence depending on certain periods only. B They can be stopped by human. C They are not man-made. D They occur in some places only.

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Which of the following is true about the special feature of scientific investigation? A No matter who carries out the investigation, the results should be the same. B All the investigations must be equipped with sophisticated equipment. C Investigation can only be carried out by special scientists. D Investigation cannot be carried out by an individual.

Based on the above diagram, which of the following processes represents X and Y? A B C D
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X Combustion Photosynthesis Respiration Plant

Y Photosynthesis Combustion Photosynthesis Human

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The substance in a thermometer is A mercury.



0.003 m is similar to A 3 mm

B 3 cm C 30 km D 30 nm
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Which of the following is true about weight?

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B The smallest basic unit of an animal or plant is called cell. C A cell is responsible for carrying out the life processes of living things. D All cells have similar shape.

A The weight of an object is the area of the object. B The weight of an object is the pull of gravity on the object. C The weight of an object is the mass of the object. D The weight of an object is the speed of the object.
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Which of the following statements about bacteria is incorrect? A Normally bacteria have different kind of shapes. B Most of the bacteria can cause tuberculosis. C Most of the bacteria do not have chlorophyll. D Most of the bacteria are smaller than virus.


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Which of the following system is to support the body and to protect the internal organs? A B C D Reproductive system. Respiratory system. Muscular system. Skeletal system.

What is the area of the irregular shape shown in the above diagram?
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A 8 cm B 9 cm 2


Which of the following statements is incorrect about human? A Human body consists of millions of cells which are organized into tissues, organs and systems. B Human beings are considered complex organism. C Human beings have the ability to think and solve problems. D Human beings can see microorganism with their naked eyes.

C 10 cm 2 D 11 cm 2
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Which of the following is true about the usage of International System of Units? A Improve communication which can make comparisons easily. B Improve the accuracy of measurement. C Reduce typical types of instrument in the market. D Increase more types of instrument in the market.

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Which of incorrect?






Which of the following statements about matter is true? A Air, water, heat and living organisms are matter.

A All living things consist of cells.


B Matter has mass and occupies space. C Matter absorbs heat only. D All matter has the same definite shape.
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Solid Gas Which of the following will not perform the process above?
A B C D Iodine. Naphthalene. Dry ice. Copper sulphate.

7 g 100 C 7 g 1000 D 7 g 10000

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Pull of gravity of an object Measure by compression balance Value varies in different places

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Which of the following has the above characteristics? A B C D Weight. Mass. Area. Volume.

Kim Seng needs the time of 20 complete oscillations of the pendulum shown above to solve a mathematical problem. Calculate the time taken to solve the mathematical problem if the pendulum takes 1 second to swing from X to Y? A B C D
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A student wants to measure a few rods with lengths measuring between 12 cm and 22 cm. Which instrument is suitable for this purpose? A B C D Vernier calipers. Opisometer and thread. Internal calipers. Ruler.

1 second 10 seconds 20 seconds 40 seconds

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Prepared by; .. (Cik Farihah Bt Mohd Jamel)

Checked by, . (Pn. Norsakyna bt Kassim)

Verified by; .. (Pn. How Yen Keng)


7 mg can be written as A
7 g 10

ANSWER 1. A 2. C 3. C

4. B 5. C 6. D 7. A 8. D 9. A 10. D 11. D 12. C 13. D 14. D 15. D 16. C 17. B 18. B 19. C 20. D

24. D 25. C 26. A 27. B 28. B 29. C 30. A 31. D 32. D 33. D 34. D 35. B 36. D 37. D 38. C 39. A 40. D

21. B 22. A 23. C