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Chittagong Grammar School Dhaka

Summer Term Examination


Subject : Science

June 2014

Total Marks: 100

Class : 6

Duration : 2 hours

Date : ----------------------------

Name : ----------------------------------------------------------------

Sec : ---------------

ID No :

Instructions : i. Answer all the questions in the answer sheet.


ii. You are reminded of the need for good English and orderly presentation.
Marks will be deducted for spelling and grammatical errors. Please read the questions carefully.

Section A
Q1. Fill in the blanks :
x 1.5 = 15 )

( 10

a. Magnetic attraction is used to separate magnetic materials from


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b. The trapped solid particles that remain on the filter paper is called the
-------------------------------- .
c. The chemical ------------------------------------ has been added to our water supply since
1957.
d. In some parts of the world where temperatures are high , seawater is allowed to flow into
large pan called -----------------------------------------.
e. Distillation involves two processes, ------------------------------------ followed by
--------------------------.
f.

Cells that are represented of each category are called ----------------------------------.

g. The Euglena shares some features of -------------------------------- and ---------------------------cells.


h. Cell sap is made up of water and dissolved materials such as --------------------and
--------------------- salts.
i.

The ---------------------------------------- controls substances entering or leaving the cell.

j.

There are three types of sub-atomic particles. They are --------------------------- ,


------------------------ and -------------------------------.
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Q2. Complete the following table.


(5)
Colours of the light added together
Red + Green + Blue
Red + Green
Red + Blue
Blue + Green
Blue + yellow

Appearance

Q3. Mention whether the statement (s ) is True/ False. If it is False, then write the correct
answer.
( 10 x 1.5 = 15 )
a. Protons and neutrons are densely packed in the orbit. ( T / F )
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b. Protons moving around the nucleus in fixed orbits. ( T/ F )
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c. The arrangement of electrons on the shell of an atom is known as electronic octate rule. (
T/ F )
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d. We are able to see the Sun because it reflects light from the moon into our eyes. ( T/ F )
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e. In the ray model of light , straight lines with arrows are drawn to represent the path of
light ray.
( T/ F )
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f.

The bouncing off light rays of a surface is called refraction. ( T/ F )

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g. The splitting of white light is called dispersion. ( T/ F )
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h. A molecule is made up of two or more atoms, physically combined. ( T/ F )
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i.

Nitrogen Oxide emissions contribute greatly to global warming. ( T/ F )


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j.

In multicellular organisms cells are organized into tissues, organs and organ system. ( T/
F)
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Q4. Circle the correct answer :


15 )

( 10 x 1.5 =

a. The diagram below shows a typical animal cell .

Which of the following correctly identifies X, Y and Z ?


A.
B.
C.
D.

X
Cell membrane
Cell membrane
Cytoplasm
Vacuole

Y
Cytoplasm
Cytoplasm
Cell membrane
Cytoplasm

Z
Nucleus
Vacuole
Nucleus
Nucleus

b. Which of the following questions will not help you identify whether the cell shown below
is a plant cell or an animal cell ?
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A. Are there many tiny vacuoles?


B. Is a cell wall present?
C. Is a large, central vacuole present?
D. Is the nucleus spherical in shape?

c. Which of the following statements are best describe why the heart is an organ ?
A. It is made up of different types of cells performing same job .
B. It is made up of different types of organelles performing the same job .
C. It is made up of organ systems working to perform a function.
D. It is made up of several tissues working together to perform a function.

d. In multicellular organism , each type of cell has a specific function. Predict what would
happen if a group of cells a with a single function is damaged and can no longer do its
work?
A. A different group of cells will take over the function of the damaged cells.
B. The organ and organ system where the damaged cells are found will continue to
function well
C. The organ and organ system where the damaged cells are found will not function
efficiently.
D. Our body will produce a new type of cell to take over the function of the damaged
cells.

e. The diagram below shows atoms that make up a substance

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What can you infer regarding the structure of the substance


A. The substance is in liquid state.
B. The substance is made up of two types of atoms.
C. Each atom in the substance has a mass number of 68.
D. Each atom in the substance has an atomic number of 28.
f.

Peter is constructing a ball- and-stick model of an atom using balls of different masses.
Which of the following would you expect to see in Peters model of an atom ?
A. The heaviest ball represent neutrons and electrons .
B. The heaviest ball represent protons and electrons .
C. The lightest ball represent neutrons.
D. The lightest ball represent electrons.

g. Which of the following statements about a ball and stick model of an ammonia ( NH3),
is not true ?
A. There are four balls to represent four atoms.
B. There are three nitrogen atoms and one hydrogen atom.
C. The balls used to represent nitrogen and hydrogen atoms are different in colour or
size .
D. The ball and stick model shows how the nitrogen and hydrogen atoms are
connected to one another in an ammonia molecule.
h. Which of the following is true about Water and Ammonia molecules ?
A. Both are molecules of elements.
B. Both contain hydrogen atoms.
C. Both contain the same types of atoms.
D. Both contain three atoms in one molecule.
i.

Which of the following information is not directly obtained from a chemical formula ?
A. Chemical properties of the molecule.
B. Types of atoms in the molecule.
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C. Number of atoms in the molecule.


D. Number of each type of atom in the molecule.
j.

Predict what you would be able to observe as the disc spins very quickly. The colours in
the disc would appear :
A. To combine into the colour white.
B. The same as before.
C. To combine into the colour black.
D. To be split into the primary colours.

Section B
Q 1. a) Write down the colours of the spectrum in order of increasing wavelength starting with
blue.
(4)
Ans :
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b) What causes the change in direction when light passes from air to glass ?
(1)
Ans :
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c) Define solar eclipse with the aid of a diagram.


(2+2=4)
Ans :

Title :
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Explanation :
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Q2.a) The following figure shows ray of light incident on mirror.
(3)

30

Find out the angle of reflection.


Ans :

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b) Light strikes a boundary travelling from semi circular glass to air. Draw a set of diagrams to
explain the changes that takes place when the incidence rays are :
(2x4=8)
i. 20

ii. 30

iii. 40

iv. 50

Ans :
i)

ii)

Explanation : ---------------------------------------------------------------

Explanation :

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iv)

Explanation : ---------------------------------------------------------------

Explanation :

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Q3. a) Define total internal reflection and critical angle.


(3+3=6)
Ans :
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b) Compare between reflection and refraction. ( any four )


(1X4=4)
Ans :
Reflection

Refraction

c) A girl stands with her face 30cm in front of the mirror .


(2)
b) What is the distance between the girls face and its image ?
Ans :
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d) An object O is placed near a plane mirror.
(3)

5cm

Draw it full size, with two rays from O to the mirror. Working carefully, draw in the two reflected
rays and the position of the image.
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Q4. a) What is an atom?


)

(2

Ans :
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b) State two characteristics of atoms.

(2

)
Ans :
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c) Which part of an atom is :
2)

i) Negatively charged

ii) Positively charged

Ans :
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Q5. a) What information can be obtained from the following about the element Gold ?
(3)
197
191
Au
79

Au jk
79

Ans :

i) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.
ii) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- .
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iii) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.
b) State one similarity and one difference between the following molecules

(3

)
C12H22O11 ,

C6H12O6

and

C2H6O

Ans: Similarity :
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Difference :
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Q6. Provide an example of how these separating techniques are applied in everyday life.
(4)
i)

Magnetic attraction

ii) Filtration iii) Paper chromatography iv) Evaporation.

Ans :
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Good Luck

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