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SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN DATOK LOKMAN JALAN KAMPUNG PANDAN 55100 KUALA LUMPUR

FINAL EXAMINATION 2007 FORM 1 SCIENCE PAPER 1 1 HOUR DO NOT OPEN THIS QUESTIONS PAPER UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO INSTRUCTION 1. THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF 40 QUESTIONS. 2. ANSWER ALL THE QUESTION IN THE OMR PAPER.

This paper consists of 12 pages.

Instruction: For questions 1 to 40, each question is followed by four answers. Choose the best answer. 1.

Which of the following is not a natural phenomenon? A B C D Pollution. Earthquake. Volcano eruption. Hot spring.

2.

Where does the sodium metal should be kept in a laboratory? A B C D In the water. On a clean table. In the paraffin oil. At cold and dry place.

3.

Which of the following statements is true? A B C D Observed data can be easily remembered. Observed data needs to be recorded but it does not serve any purpose. Observed data must be neatly tabulated and recorded. Observed data can be written on a rough piece of paper.

4.

What is a cell? A B C D A non-living structure The basic structure of living things The tiny structure of a wall A round structure in the human body

5.

Which of the following statements is true about physical quantity? A B C D Something that can be measured. Something that is very big. Something that is very small. Something that varies with time.

6.

Which of the following of the SI unit is incorrect? Basic units kilogram metre second ampere Symbols Kg M S M

A B C D
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Mass is

A B C D
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the pull of gravity on an object. its SI unit is Newton. the value varies in different places. the amount of matter in an object.

Which of the following is incorrect? Mass Weight A Amount of matter Pull of gravity on in an object. an object. B SI unit is kilogram. SI unit is Newton. C Value varies in Value is always different places. constant. D Measured by lever Measured balance. spring balance. by

9.

Which of the following diagrams shows the correct way of measuring boiling point of water with a thermometer? A

10.

A student wants to measure a ball bearing in an experiment, which of the following instruments is most suitable? A B C D Micrometer screw gauge. Vernier calipers. Internal calipers. Measuring tape.

11.

Based on the above diagram, find the volume of the stone. A 6 cm3 B 16 cm3 C 30 cm3 D 46 cm3
12.

In 1960, the International Conference of Weight and Measurements in Paris agreed to use the International System of Units (SI) as international standard. What is the purpose of adopting this standard? A So that arguments among scientist can be avoided. B To prove that the idea of French is more knowledgeable. C So that the diplomatic ties between countries can be strengthened.
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D So that discussions and ideas of scientist can be understood by scientist from all over the world.
13.

The above diagram shows a animal cell. What is Y? A B C D Cytoplasm Chloroplast Cell membrane Nucleus

14.

Which of the following structures does not exist in animal cells but exist in plant cells? A B C D Chloroplast. Cell wall. Food vesicle. Chloroplast and cell wall.

15.

The following statements are incorrect except A B C D all animal cells have cell walls. the main function of nucleus is to protect cells. all cells have chloroplast. protoplasm consists of nucleus and cytoplasm.

16.

Which of the following classification of microorganisms is incorrect? A B C D Plants Yeast Plants Spirogyra Animals Hydra Animals Chlamydomonas

17.

Which of the following is an organ? A B C D Sperm. Liver. Ovum. Muscle.

18.

What is the function of the organ shown above? A B C D


19.

To filter and dispose of excrements. To produce reproductive cells and form a new baby. To protect the internal organs of human body. To exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide gases in the alveolus.

Human beings are considered complex organism. Which of the following is not found in a human body? A B C D Nerve cell. Muscle cell. Epithelial cell. Cell wall.

20.

Choose the following which is not a matter. A B C D Dust. Cockroach. Time. Air.

21.

Matter is anything that is A B C D solid. has mass. has mass and occupies space. solid and occupies space.

22.

Which of the following statements about matter is not true? A B C D Matter has mass. Matter is anything that takes up space. Matter exists in solid, liquid and gas. Physical form of matter cannot be changed.

23.

Solid, liquid and gas are called the

A B C D
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three statues of matter. three states of matter. three stages matter. three forms of matter.

The above process takes place when the temperature is A B C D


25.

0 oC. between 0 oC and 100 oC. less than 0 oC. 100 oC.

According to the above experiment, what process had actually happened? A B C D Evaporation. Condensation. Freezing. Crystallization.

26.

Which of the following instruments is used for measuring volume? A B C D Measuring cylinder. Test tube. Spring balance. Hydrometer.

27.

Durian can be smelt distance away. This is an application of A B C D evaporation. Brownian motion. diffusion of gases. density.

28.

Which of the following gases cannot be found in the air? A Oxygen. B Carbon dioxide. C Hydrogen.
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D Nitrogen oxide.
29.

Which of the following is most malleable? A B C D Iron. Wood. Sulphur. Mercury.

30.

The following ways are to maintain the earth resources except A B C D recycling. preservation. conservation. precaution.

31.

Apart from nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, air also contains the following except A B C D rare gases. water vapour. hydrogen. dust and microorganisms.

32.

Choose the suitable compositions of air for human to breathe in. Oxygen 4% 16% 21% 0.03% Carbon dioxide 16% 4% 0.03% 21%

A B C D
33.

Which of the following will be produced when gasoline is burnt? A B C D Carbon dioxide and nitrogen. Oxygen and carbon. Hydrocarbon and oxygen. Carbon dioxide and water.

34.

Which of the following are incorrect? Metals Non-metals A Have shiny surface Have dull surface B Can be shaped Cannot be shaped C Poor conductor of Good conductor of

heat D Ductile

heat Not ductile

35.

Lead can cause A B C D the Earth temperature to increase. damages to nervous system. damages to brain cells. damages to ozone layer.

36.

Which of the following habits we should adopt to keep the air clean? I Understanding. II Cooperative. III Responsible. A B C D I, II, III I, II II, III I only

37.

When the wood in the above diagram is pulled down and let go, it will move up and down. What form of energy is involved? A B C D Potential energy. Mechanical energy. Heat energy. Kinetic energy.

38.

Temperature can be defined as

A B C D
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frequency of collision between heated atoms. attracting force between heated atoms. amount of energy in a heated material. the measured amount of heat in a place or in the body.

The speed of a liquid evaporates depends on I its surface area. II the wind movements. III the amount of water vapour in the air. A B C D I, II, III I, II II, III I only

40.

The above diagram shows a steel bridge with one end fixed and the other end placed on rollers. What is the main purpose of the rollers? A B C D To save construction cost. To reduce pressure on the bridge. To allow the bridge to contract on cold days. To allow the bridge to expand on rainy days.

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