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MUNTINLUPA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

2nd Monthly Exam

Science and Technology 10

Name: _________________________________________________________ Score: ___________________________________

I. Direction: Read carefully the questions and encircle the letter of the correct answer. NO Erasure/Alternation. Any form of Erasure or
Alternation. will be considered error and not counted.

1. How could you tell if a moving object is receiving an unbalanced force?

A. It might speed up. C. It might change direction
B. It might slow down. D. It might do any of the three things mentioned above.

A. Newtons B. Kilometers C. Seconds D. Grams

3. What is inertia?
A. The tendency of an object to continue doing what it is currently doing. C. The mass of an object.
B. The opposing force of gravity. D. Another name for unbalanced forces.

4. What is the unit used to measure force?

A. kg.m/s B. cm3 C. sec D. Hz

5. A person is measured on the moon, and on Earth. Which statement would be true? A. The person's mass on Earth would be double
on the moon.
B. The person's mass on the moon, would be twice that on Earth.
C. Person would have mass on Earth but not on the moon.
D. The mass would be the same on the moon as it is on Earth.

6. How can you tell if an object is in motion?

A. The object will look different. C. It will remain in the same position.
B. I'll be able to see the forces. D. Its position will change in relation to other objects.

7. As you produce a wave on a spring, which of the following quantities are you NOT able to change?
A. Amplitude B. Frequency C. Velocity D. Wavelength

8. A person is measured on the moon and on Earth. Which statement would be true?
A. The mass would be the same on the moon as it is on Earth, but the weight would be more on the moon than it is on Earth.
B. The weight would be the same on the moon as it is on Earth, and the mass would be more on the moon than it is on Earth.
C. The mass and weight would be the same on the moon as it is on Earth, because mass is another name for weight.
D. The mass would be the same on the moon as it is on Earth, but the weight would be more on Earth than it is on the moon.

9. Which of Newton's Laws describes the amount of force applied to accelerate an object's mass?
A. Newton's First Law B. Newton's Second Law C. Newton's Third Law D. Newton's Fourth
Law

10. Why is it harder to push a van filled with bowling balls than it is to push van filled with basketballs? A. The mass of the car is greater
than the mass of the basketball.
B. The mass of the bowling balls is greater than the mass of the basketballs.
C. The van with the basketballs is bigger than the van with the bowling balls.
D. It should be equally as hard to push the two vans.

11. The amount of force that gravity has on an object is affected by what factors?
A. The object's mass. C. The object's height.
B. The object's distance from the gravitational force. D. Both A and B.

12. How long will an object remain at rest, according to Newton's First Law of Motion?
A. It can't rest. C. Until an unbalanced force occurs.
B. Until noon. D. As long as there are unbalanced forces acting on it.
13. How could you tell if a moving object is receiving an unbalanced force?
A. It might speed up. C. It might change direction.
B. It might slow down. D. It might do any of the three things mentioned above.

14. Which of Newton's Laws is demonstrated by a ball rolling to a wall then stopping?

A. Newton's First Law B. Newton's Second Law C. Newton's Third Law D. Newton's Law of Acceleration

15. What is "position"?

A. A type of contact force. B. A specific location C. A type of motion D. Another name for friction

16. Why do you lean towards the left when a car turns right?
A. Because of inertia B. Because of gravity C. Because of buoyancy D. Because of velocity

17. For every ________ there is an equal and opposite _____________.

. Reaction, action B. Action, action C. Reaction, reaction D. Action, reaction

18. Which of the following is not a type of electromagnetic wave?

19. As you produce a wave on a spring, which of the following quantities are you NOT able to change?
A. Amplitude B. Frequency C. Velocity D. Wavelength

20. All waves except ______ waves must travel through a medium.
A. Sound B. Light C. Water D. Compressional

21. By counting the number of crests that pass in a given amount of time, a person can calculate the
A. Wavelength B. Amplitude C. Velocity D. Frequency

22. The material that a mechanical wave travels through is called the
A. Amplitude B. Medium C. Rarefaction D. Compression

23. As the frequency of a spring wave is increased, the _____________

A. Velocity decreases B. Velocity increases C. Wavelength decreases D. Wavelength increases

24. As you produce a wave on a spring, which of the following quantities are you NOT able to change?
A. Amplitude B. Frequency C. Velocity D. Wavelength

25. In the picture, what type of wave is shown?

A. Transverse C. Refracted
B. Longitudinal D. Rarefied

26. The material that a mechanical wave travels through is called the
A. Amplitude B. Medium C. Rarefaction D. Compression

27. As the frequency of a spring wave is increased, the _____________

A. Velocity decreases B. Velocity increases C. Wavelength decreases D. Wavelength increases

28. The table below lists the densities of several materials. Which material will float in
water?
A. Pyrite B. Galena

C. Plastic
D. Sulfur

29. Which of the following best compares a sample of the mineral hornblende that has a mass of 45 grams and 45 grams worth of
cotton balls?
A. They have equal masses and equal densities. B. They have equal masses, but the mineral has a higher density.
C. The mineral has a higher mass and higher density. D. They have equal masses, but the cotton balls have a higher density

30. What two quantities do you need to know in order to determine the density of an object?
A. Mass and Weight B. Weight and grams C. Mass and Volume D. Volume and Centimeters
II. Direction: Write the word of the correct answer for the following questions. NO Erasure/Alternation. Any form of Erasure or
Alternation, will be considered error and not counted.

34. ________________________________________ 37. ________________________________________

35. ________________________________________

Name the region of the electromagnetic spectrum, starting from longest wavelength down to the highest number of frequency.

40. ________________________________________ 44. ________________________________________

41. ________________________________________

III. Direction: Solve for the following problem. Show the equation: Write your answer on the back of your paper:
Do not use scratch papers. (4 points each)

1. Charlene drops her 1.6x 10-3 kg wedding ring into the dishwater displacing a volume of 1.6 x10-7 m3 of water. What is the density
of the ring?

2. A piece of Granite rock has a mass of 15.5 g and volume of 6.01cm3. What is its density?

3. Gold has a density of 19.3 g/cm3. If you have a gold bar with a volume of 44.9cm3. What is its mass?

4. Isopropyl alcohol is a liquid with a density of 0.785 g/cm3. How much volume would be taken up by 50.0 grams of isopropyl alcohol?

MUNTINLUPA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Joasmerray Comp. Bruger Subd. Putatan Muntinlupa

Mathematics 10

Name: _________________________________________________________ Score: ___________________________________

I. Direction: Read carefully the questions and encircle the letter of the correct answer. NO Erasure/Alternation. Any form of Erasure or
Alternation. will be considered error and not counted.

2. Which of the following is not a Geometric Series?

A. 1,-1, 1, -1,... B. 1, 1, 1, 1,... C. 16, 8, 4, 0,... D. 81, 27, 9, 3,...

3. The next term in geometric series 3, 6, 12 is

A. 26 B. 28 C. 24 D. 20

4. The next term in geometric series 16, 4, 1 is

A. 1 B. 1/4 C. 1/2 D. 14
5. The first term of Geometric Series is 5 the ration between subsequent numbers is 2. What is the fourth term in the series?
A. 20 B. 40 C. 60 D. 80

6. The second term of a Geometric Series is 25 and the third term is 125. What is the first term in the series?
A. 1 B. 5 C. 10 D. 20

7. The first term of a Geometric Series is 2 and the 10th term is 2. What is the 100th term in the series?
A. 2 B. 20 C. 200 D. 20000

8. What is the 10-th term in this series 64,32,16

A. 1/2 B. 1/4 C. 1/8 D. 1/16

9. What is the sum of the first 6 terms in this series 3,6,12,...

A. 279 B. 179 C. 289 D. 189

10. What is the fifth term in this sequence 7, 14, 28?

A. 72 B. 56 C. 112 D. 124

11. Which of the following is a geometric sequence?

A. 4, 5, 6, . . . B. 2, 6, 18, . . . C. 2, 4, 6, . . . D. 10, 20, 200, . . .

12. What is the common ratio of this sequence 5, 25, 125, . . .?

A. 4 B. 2 C. 5 D. 6

13. 13, 15, 17, 19, ...Describe the pattern in the sequence, find the next three terms.
A. add 2; 23, 25, 27 B. multiply by 2; 28, 76, 152 C. add -2; 17, 15, 13 D. add 2; 21, 23, 25

14. 4, 8, 16, 32, ... Describe the pattern in the sequence, find the next three terms.
A. multiply by 2; 64, 128, 256 C. multiply by 2; 128, 256, 512 B. multiply by -2; -64, 128, -
256 D. Add 2; 34, 36, 38

15. The sequence 6, 12, 24, 48 is geometric? what is the common ratio?
A. yes, 2 B. yes, -2 C. yes, 4 D. no

16. The sequence 2, -4, -6, -36 is geometric? what is the common ratio?
A. yes, -2 B. yes, 2 C. yes, -3 D. no

17. The sequence -4, -6, -36, -44 is geometric? what is the common ratio?
A. yes, -2 B. yes, 2 C. yes, -3 D. no

18. Find a4 when a1 = 1, r = 13.

A. -27 B. 162 C. 54 D. -54

19. Write a formula for the general term (the nth term) of the geometric sequence. 2, 6, 18, 54, 162, ..
A. an = 2(3)n B. an = 2(3)n-1 C. an = a1 + 3n D. an = 2(3n)

20. If the given sequence is a geometric sequence, find the common ration. 4/3, 8/3, 16/3, 32/3, 64/3...
A. 4 B. 2 C. 6 D. not a geometric sequence

II. State whether the given sequence is geometric sequence or not. Write your answer on the space provided.

________________1. 20, 15, 10 , 5, ___________________6. 32/3, 16, 24, 36, ...

________________2. 1, 4, 9, 16, ___________________7. 2/3 . 2, 6, 18,
________________3. 1, 0.1, 0.001, 0.0001, ___________________8. 0.96, 0.24, 0.06, 0.015,
________________4. 9, -9, 9, -9, ___________________9. 1, 0.2, 0.04, 0.008,
________________5. 1, 1/3, 1/9, 1/27, ___________________10. 2, 0.2, 0.02, 0.002,

III. Find the missing terms in each geometric sequence. Write your answer on the space provided.
1. 2, 6, _______, _________, 162, ________ 6. ______, ________,32,64,128.
2. 4, 6, ________, _________, 20, 25, ________ 7. _________, 4, 12, 36, 108, 324
3. _________, -1, 2, -4, __________ 8. 120, 60, 30, ________, ____________, ________
4, __________8, _________, 32, 64, ________ 9. 27, 9, _____________, ____________, 1/3
5, 2, 3, 9/2, _______, 81/8, _________, __________ 10. 1/4, ___________, ____________, __________, 64, 256
IV. Find the next two terms of the given geometric sequence. Show the equation: Write your answer on the space provided. Do not use
scratch papers.
1. 3, 6, 12, 4.

3. 10, 100, 1000, 6. 3, 12, 48,

V. Find the specified term of each geometric sequence. Show the equation: Write your answer on the space provided. Do not use
scratch papers.

2. 3, -9, 27, -81, (a8) 4. 8, 4, 2, (a10)

VI. Find the indicated term in each geometric sequence. Show the equation: Write your answer on the space provided. Do not use
scratch papers.

; 6th term 5. a1 = -10 ; r = 0.5 ; 6th term

3. a1 = -3 ; r = -2 ; 10th term

VII. Solve for the following. Show the equation: Write your answer on the space provided. Do not use scratch papers.

1. Write the first five terms of a geometric sequence whose first term is 2 and the common ratio is 3. Show the equation.

2. Write the first four terms of a geometric sequence with a1 = 1 and the r = -2. Show the equation.
3. Write the first five terms of the geometric sequence with a1 = 6 and r = 5. Show your solution.