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A P→Q→R Answer all

1. The diagram
D Q→R→P shows a measuring
cylinder containing The correct sequence to measure the volume of
liquid. the cork is

A 10 3. Which of the following represents the prefix value

of kilo?
B 100
C 1 000
D 10 000
A 25.0 ml
B 25.5 ml What is
the volume of
C 26.0 ml
AD 26.5
Dam ml
4. Which of the
the liquid?
B Growth of a baby following is a
C Uses of mobile phone natural phenomena?

D Discovery of a new medicines

5. What is the estimation of water content in a
human body?

A 37% B 40%
2. The diagram shows several steps to measure the C 70% D 100%
volume of a cork.

6. Why is aluminium used to make pots and pans?

A have shiny surfaces.

B are easily malleable.
C are good conductors of heat.
D are good conductors of electricity.

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7. Why is mercury suitable to be used in C. II and III
D. I, II and III

8. What are the importance of water to plants?

10. Which of these pairs is matched correctly?

I to support the plant

A. Tongue- chemicals in air
II to make food
B. Eyes – light
III to transport food
C. Ears – pressure
A. I only
A has a dull surface.
B. I and II only
B has high melting point.
C. II and III only
C is a good conductor of heat.
D. I, II and III
D is a good electrical conductor
D. Skin – chemicals in food
9. Which steps should be taken to conserve and
preserve the earth’s resources?
Answer : [10 Marks]
I reuse certain old materials 1. 6.
II reduce the use of plastics
2. 7.
III recycle old newspaper
3. 8.
4. 9.
A. III only
5. 10.
B. I and III

11. Diagram 1 shows some activities to study the properties of air.

(a) Draw lines to match the activity with its property.


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It occupies space

It has mass

[4 marks]

(b) Underline the correct answers on the properties of matter.

i. (Solids, Liquids, Gases) have a fixed shape.

ii. (Solids, Liquids, Gases) have a fixed volume.

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iii. Particles in the (solid, liquid, gaseous) state are held together by very strong forces of

iv. Particles in the (solid, liquid, gaseous) state have the highest kinetic energy.

v. When heated, the distance between the particles in a substance will (increase, decrease).

vi. Upon compression, the forces of attraction between the particles will (increase,

[6 marks]

12. (a) Write the composition of air in the spaces provided.

Nitrogen Carbon dioxide Inert gases Oxygen

Type of gas





[4 marks]
(b) Complete the statements to describe air as a mixture.

Chemically Fixed Gases

Physically Activities

i. Air is a mixture of a few _______________________.

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ii. Air is not a compound because the gases are not combined __________________________.

iii. The gases in air can be separated __________________________.

iv. Each gas component that has been separated shows the __________________________
properties of the gas.

v. The composition of air is not ______________________ and will change according to time , the
conditions of the surroundings and the __________________________ carried out

[6 marks]

13. The photos below show images formed on the front part of a spoon, X, the back part of a spoon, Y, and
the shiny surface of a knife, Z.

(a) Draw lines to match the types of mirror of X, Y and Z?

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X   Plane mirror

Y:   Convex mirror

Z:   Concave mirror

[3 marks]

(b) State the characteristics of the images formed on Y and Z.

i. Y: _____________________________________________________________________________

ii. Z: _____________________________________________________________________________

[2 marks]



i. State and colour the spectrum formed on the screen.

[5 marks]

14. (a) Study the diagram of the Earth’s layers and answer the given questions.

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X: P:

Y: R: Mesosfera


i. Name the three main layers of the Earth which are labelled X, Y and Z in the above diagram by
using the words below.

Core Mantle Crust

ii. Based on the given information, name the three layers of the Earth which are labelled P, Q and R in
the above diagram by using the words below.

Lithosphere Asthenosphere

[5 marks]

(b) Write four sources of surface water on the Earth.

i. ________________________________________________________________________________

ii. ________________________________________________________________________________

iii. ________________________________________________________________________________

iv. ________________________________________________________________________________

[4 marks]

(d) Geo-disasters are the natural phenomena of the Earth which can cause loss of life, damage to property and
affect the quality of the environment. State one type of Geo-disasters.

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[1 marks]

15. The table below shows the densities of a few substances.

(a) Based on the table shown above, complete the brace map below by stating the substances which float and
sink in water. (Density of water = 1 g/cm3)

Float in water

Sink in water

[8 marks]

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(b) A stone has a mass of 25 g and a volume of 10 cm3. Calculate the density of the stone.

mass, g
Density 
volume, cm3

[2 marks]

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