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SECTION A [20 marks] Time: 30


minutes
Answer all the questions.
Instructions: Each question is followed by four options, A, B, C and D.
Choose the correct answer.
1 What material is Z in Diagram 1?
Diagram 1
A Wood B Rubber
C Glass D Plastic
2 What materials are used for making the obect sho!n in Diagram 2?
Diagram 2
" Rubber
"" Wood
""" #etal
"$ Plastic
A " and "" onl%
B "" and """ onl%
C "& "" and "$ onl%
D "& """ and "$ onl%
SUMMATIVE TEST 3
Z
Tissue paper Book Pencil
3 'he obect sho!n in Diagram ( is made of s%nthetic cloth)
Diagram (
What *ro*ert% of s%nthetic cloth makes it suitable for this obect?
A "t can stretch)
B "t makes the obect +oat)
C "t is non,absorbent)
D "t conducts heat)
4 Which of the follo!ing is made of a material that absorbs !ater easil%?
A -tocking
B .lanket
C -ha!l
D Dia*er
5 Which of the follo!ing obects can conduct electrical energ%?
A #etal s*oon
B Glass *late
C Rubber band
D Wooden ruler
6 .ased on the /gure belo!& !hat is substance 0?
A Gift,!ra**ing *a*er
B .ook
C 1lear glass !indo!
D 'racing *a*er
"n shado!,*la%& the audience can see the mo2ement of the shado! of the
*u**et on a !hite screen) What are the *ro*erties of the materials used
for making the *u**et and the !hite screen?
!u""et #$ite screen
A 'ranslucent 'rans*arent
B 3*a4ue 'ranslucent
C 'ranslucent 3*a4ue
D 'rans*arent 'ranslucent

% 'he /gure belo! sho!s a *air of glasses)
What are the *ro*erties of the materials 0 and 5 !hich make them
suitable for the glasses?
& '
A 'rans*arent -oft
B 'ranslucent -trong
C 'rans*arent -trong
D 'ranslucent -oft
( What is the best !a% to kee* hot food for a *icnic?
A 6ee* the food in a *ol%st%rene bo7)
B 6ee* the food in a *lastic bag)
C Wra* the food !ith *a*er)
D 6ee* the food in a cardboard bo7)
10 'he follo!ing *icture sho!s a (,*in *lug)
What materials are used for making the *arts labelled R& - and '?
) S T
A #etal Plastic Rubber
B Plastic Plastic Rubber
C #etal Wood Plastic
D Plastic #etal Plastic
11 What is the mean of a natural material?
A #aterial that can be used directl% from its source)
B #aterial that can be found on the 8arth9s crust)
C #aterial that comes from animals& the soil and *lants)
D #aterial not mi7ed !ith an% other material)
12 Which of the follo!ing materials come from animals?
" :ur "" ;eather
""" 1otton "$ -ilk
A " and "" onl% B "" and "$ onl%
C "& "" and "$ onl% D "& ""& """ and "$
13 Which natural material is obtained through mining?
A ;eather
B #etal
C -oil
D -ilk
14 Which obects in the *icture belo! can be grou*ed together?
A P and < B P and -
C P& < and R D P& < and -
15 'he *icture belo! sho!s obects that are made of=
A !ood)
B rubber)
C leather)
D fur)
16 > *iece of clothing sho!n in the *icture belo! is usuall% made from=
A cotton) B silk)
C leather) D fur)
> food tin is coated !ith a substance 0 to *re2ent rusting)
1 What *ro*ert% of substance 0 makes it suitable to be used to *re2ent
rusting?
A Water*roof B -mooth
C ?eat*roof D -hin%
1% Rusting occurs in the *resence of=
" !ind) "" !ater)
""" air) "$ light)
A """ onl% B " and "" onl%
C "" and """ onl% D ""& """ and "$ onl%
1oating the surface of an obect !ith chromium)
1( Which of the follo!ing obects uses the method to *re2ent rusting?
A B
C D

P @ Glass
< @ 6nife
R @ #ilk tin
- @ Porcelain *ot
20 Which of the obects listed abo2e can rust?
A P and < onl%
B P and - onl%
C < and R onl%
D P& < and - onl%
SECTION B [10 marks] Time:
15 minutes
Answer all the questions.
Write your answers in the spaces provided.
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DcE What can the students learn from the e7*eriment?
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