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TABLE OF SPECIFICATION (TOS)

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1 SUMMATIVE TEST IN SCIENCE 10

TOPIC # OF # OF % REM UND APP ANA EVA CRE PLACEMEN


DAYS ITEM T

1. PLATE 2 8 15% 2 2 1 1 1 1
TECTONICS
(FINDING THE
EPICENTER OF
EARTHQUAKES)
2. CONVERGING 2 7 15% 2 1 1 1 1 1
CONTINENTAL
PLATE AND
OCEANIC PLATE
3. CONVERGENCE 2 7 15% 2 1 1 1 1 1
OF TWO OCEANIC
PLATES
4. CONVERGENCE 2 7 2 1 1 1 1 1
OF TWO 15%
CONTINENTAL
PLATES
5. DIVERGENT 2 8 15% 2 2 1 1 1 1
PLATE
BOUNDARIES

6. TRANSFORM 2 8 15% 2 2 1 1 1 1
FAULT PLATE
BOUNDARIES
7. HOTSPOT 1 5 8% 1 1 1 1 1
TOTAL 13 50 100 % 13 10 7 7 7 6

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FIRST SUMMATIVE TEST IN SCIENCE 10


QUARTER 1

I. Read and understand the sentences and c. The oceanic crust is pushed from the ridge.
questions. Choose the correct answer by writing d. The continental crust has a denser
the corresponding letter of the correct answer composition.
on your answer sheets: 7. If you visit a place in the Pacific known to be
1. You were provided with data showing the arrival along converging plates, which of these should you
time of the P and S-waves recorded from three NOT expect to see?
seismic stations. Which of these can you possibly a. active volcanoes
determine? b. rift valleys
a. the damage at the focus c. mountain ranges
b. the intensity of the earthquake d. volcanic islands
8. You are an oceanographer and want to map the
c. the distance to the earthquake ocean floor on the east coast of the Philippines. As
d. the location of the epicenter you do your study, you notice that there is a portion
2. From the seismogram, the distance to the in the ocean floor which is relatively much deeper
epicenter can be determined by measuring _______. than the rest. What most likely is that deeper part?
a. the arrival time of surface wave a. linear sea
b. rift valley
b. the difference in the arrival times of the P and c. oceanic ridge
S-waves d. trench
c. the ratio of the amplitude of the largest P and 9. Crustal plate A is moving away from crustal plate
S-waves B. What is the expected average rate of change in
d. the speed of the surface wave position between A and B?
3. Which of the following can you infer from the a. a few centimeters per year
continuous movement of the lithospheric plates over b. a few millimeters per century
the asthenosphere? c. a few meters per month
a. All the continents will cease to exist. d. a few millimeters per day
b. All the volcanoes in the Philippines will 10. Which of these is false about lithosperic plates:
become inactive. a. have the same thickness everywhere
c. The continents will not be located in the same b. include the crust and upper mantle
place as they are now. c. thickest
d. The islands of the Philippines will become in the
scattered all over the world. mountain
4. The lithospheric plates are believed to be moving regions
slowly. What is the driving force that facilitates this d. vary in
movement? thickness
a. gravitational force of the moon 11. Which plate
b. magnetic force at the poles boundary is formed
c. convection current in the mantle between the
d. the force of the atmosphere Philippine plate and
5. When two tectonic plates collide, the continental the Eurasian plate?
crust is found above the oceanic crust because it is a. convergent b. reverse fault
a. denser than oceanic crust c. divergent
b. thinner than oceanic crust d. transform fault
12. How did the Philippine islands form?
c. less dense and thicker than oceanic
a. formed because of the convergence of two
crust
continental plates
d. harder than oceanic crust
b. formed in an oceanic-oceanic convergence
6. Why does the oceanic crust sink beneath the
c. formed because of the continental and oceanic
continental crust at the subduction zone?
convergence
a. The oceanic crust has a greater density.
d. formed because two plates slide past each
b. The oceanic crust is pulled downward by
other
Earth’s magnetic field.
13. Which of the following diagrams best illustrates a. Mountain ranges are found in places where
the convection occurring in the mantle? volcanoes and or earthquake epicenters are also
14. located.
b. Earthquake epicenters and volcanoes are both
situated at the same locations.
c. Majority of the volcanoes are found at the
middle of tectonic plates.
d. Geologic activities such as occurrence of
earthquake, volcanism and mountain formation
are the basis of scientists in dividing the Earth’s
Which of the features at the surface of the crust will lithosphere.
be the least active? (See figure 22 below) 18. Which of the following is TRUE of transform
A B C D plate boundary?
a. It is where two plates
are sliding past each other
b. Most transform faults
are found on the ocean floor
c. They commonly
produced zigzag plate
a. Volcano A c. Volcano C margins, and earthquakes.
b. Volcano B d. Volcano D d. All of the above.
15. What do you expect to find at a mid-ocean 19. Which of the following plate movement will
ridge? result in a fault that can neither create nor
a. relatively young rocks destroy lithosphere?
b. thick accumulation of sediments
a.
c. reverse fault
d. very ancient rocks
16. In a hotspot, Volcano A is on top of the mantle
b.
plume. Volcano B is 20 km farther from A. while
Volcano C is the farthest. What is true about the age
of the volcanoes?
c.
a. Volcano A is older than C
b. Volcano B is the youngest
20. Which type of converging plate boundary
c. Volcano B is the oldest
movement give rise to the formation of Himalayas
d. Volcano B is younger than C
mountain ranges?
a. continental-oceanic collision
b. oceanic-oceanic collision
c. continental-continental collision
17. Which is NOT true of the following statements
below?
II. Identification: Identify the following:
A.
___________ 21. What OC is the thinner but denser B.
part of the Earth’s crust located under the oceans? 25. ____________ states that the earth’s lithosphere is
____________22. What S is a process by which one divided into broken segments called plates that moves
lithospheric plate descends beneath another? continuously.
____________ 23. What T is a very deep 26. A __________ is an area in the mantle from which
hot materials rise as a thermal plume.
depression on the ocean floor?
27. Most transform-fault boundaries are found in the
____________24. What M is the molten material
ocean basins. Only few of which are found in the
below the lithosphere? continents. The best example of transform-fault
Choices for Nos. 25-28
hotspot earthquakes Plate Tectonic
San Andreas Fault Himalayas Mountain Ranges
boundary in a continent is the ____________found in 28. All types of plate boundary movements were
California. associated with what geologic events?
_________________

III. Complete the table below.


Types of Plate Boundary Relative Motion of Plates Geologic Feature/ Events
That Could Occur/Happen
Converging Continental-Oceanic Plates 29. 34.
Converging Oceanic-Oceanic Plates 30. 35.
Converging Continental-Continental 31. 36.
Plates
Divergent Plate Boundaries 32. 37.
Transform Plate Boundaries 33. 38.

IV. Essay. Explain briefly and concisely.

39 - 40. How is the Philippine Archipelago formed? (2pts.)

41 – 42. Mt. Everest is the tallest mountain in the world measuring 8,848 meters tall. How do you think
most of the tall mountains in the world are formed? (2pts.)

43. – 45. Hawaiian Islands are volcanic islands found at the middle of the Pacific plate and not at the plate
boundary where most volcanoes are located. Then, what gives rise to Hawaiian Islands? Explain. (3pts)

III.Complete the table below.


Types of Plate Boundary Relative Motion of Plates Geologic Feature/ Events
That Could Occur/Happen
Converging Continental-Oceanic Plates 29. 34.
Converging Oceanic-Oceanic Plates 30. 35.
Converging Continental-Continental 31. 36.
Plates
Divergent Plate Boundaries 32. 37.
Transform Plate Boundaries 33. 38.

IV.Essay. Explain briefly and concisely.


39- 40. How is the Philippine Archipelago formed? (2pts.)

41-42. -Mt. Everest is the tallest mountain in the world measuring 8,848 meters tall. How do you think most
of the tall mountains in the world are formed? (2pts.)

43.45. Hawaiian Islands are volcanic islands found at the middle of the Pacific plate and not at the
plate boundary where most volcanoes are located. Then, what gives rise to Hawaiian Islands? Explain.
(3pts)