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Mariveles National High School – Poblacion

Remedial Test
Science

Name: ______________________________________ Grade 10-___________________ Date: ___________


1. An object is in front of a convex mirror, the image is ____________________.
a. larger, upright, at F b. larger, inverted, between C and F
c. smaller, upright, between C and V d. smaller, upright, between C and F
2.Which of the following is an example of a concave mirror?
a. side mirror of vehicles b. mirror used by a dentist
c. security mirrors d. Christmas balls
3. A magnifying glass is an example of what type of lens?
a. concave b. convex
c. plane d. none of the above
4. An object is located at the center of curvature in front of a convex mirror, where is the image located?
a. At C b. At F
c. Beyond C d. Between C and F
5. Where must an object be placed in front of a converging lens in order to obtain a virtual image?
a. At the focal point c. At twice the focal length
b. Greater than the focal length d. Between the focal point and the lens
6 . When you stand in front of a plane mirror, your image is:
a. real, erect, and smaller than you b. real, erect, and the same size as you
c. virtual, erect, and smaller than you d. virtual, erect, and the same size as you
7. A light ray travelling through air meets a boundary with glass. The light ray travels _________ in the glass.
a. Faster b. more slowly
c. at the same speed d. It cannot be determined
8. When light passes at an angle to the normal from one material into another material in which its speed is higher,
a. it is bent toward the normal to the surface. c. it always lies along the normal to the surface.
c. it is unaffected. d. it is bent away from the normal to the surface.
9. Parallel rays of light passes through a convex mirror, the reflected rays will pass through?
a. at 2F b. Between 2F and F
c. At F d. Between F and the lens
10. If you want to view very distant objects like the sun and other planets, you will use ________________.
a. Periscope b. Binoculars
c. Microscope d. Telescope
11. A student wants to observe the structure of a certain bacteria, what instruments should the student use?
a. Periscope b. Binoculars
c. Microscope d. Telescope
12. A virtual image can never be:
a. smaller than the object. b. larger than the object.
c. captured on paper. d. upright if the object is upright.
13. A white ceiling aids in the illumination of a room because of:
a. absorption b. dispersion
c. reflection d. refraction
14. A change or signal in the environment that can make an organism react is called a(n)
a. stimulus. b. reaction.
c. impulse. d. response.
15. A motor neuron sends an impulse to
a. a muscle or gland. b. a sensory neuron.
c. an interneuron. d. another motor neuron.
16. A synapse is the space between
a. one cell and another cell. b. an axon and the cell body.
c. a dendrite and the cell body. d. an axon and the structure that receives the nerve impulse.
17. The three regions that make up the brain include the cerebrum, cerebellum, and
a. senses. b. brain stem.
c. spinal cord. d. retina.
18. When light travels from a slow medium into a fast medium, it:
a. bends toward the normal. b. bends to travel along the normal.
c. bends away from the normal. d. doesn't bend at all.
19. You see a submerged seashell that you want to bring home. Where you should place your net in order to pick up the shell?
a. directly above the image of the shell b. directly behind the image of the shell
c. directly in front of the image of the shell d. directly below the image of the shell
20. In the ray diagram, what imaginary line is always perpendicular with the surface?
a. incident ray b. reflected ray c. Normal d. refracted ray
21. The autonomic system has two divisions, called the
a. CNS and PNS. b. somatic and skeletal systems.
c. efferent and afferent systems. d. sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions.
22. What part contains the nucleus and other organelles of a nerve cell?
a. Cell Body b. Axon
c. Dendrite d. Myelin Sheath
23. What portion of the neuron conveys information to another neuron or to other cells?
a. Cell Body b. Axon
c. Dendrite d. Myelin Sheath
24. What TYPE of neuron take nerve impulses from the CNS to muscles or glands?
a. Motor neuron b. Sensory Neuron
c. Interneuron d. none of the above
25. The turning back of light as it hits a boundary is known as ____________.
a. Diffraction b. Reflection
c. Refraction d. Interference
26. The bending of light as is pass through a medium to another is called ____________.
a. Interference b. Reflection
c. Diffraction d. Refraction
27. Which of the following materials can exhibit specular reflection?
a. Still water b. Lens
c. Notebook d. Mud
28. Which of the following material can demonstrate refraction?
a. Periscope b. Electric Fan
c. Eyes d. Blackboard
29. An object is located at infinity in front of a concave mirror, where is the image located?
a. At C b. At F
c. Between C and F d. Between F and V
30. At what point will the incident ray be reflected along itself?
a. At C b. At F
c. At V d. Both a and b
For Numbers 31-35, choose from the following choices:
a. Isaac Newton b. Christian Huygens c. James Clerk Maxwell d. Louis de Broglie e. Max Plank
31. Proposed that light has dual nature; light and particle
32. He said light is made up of particle
33. According to this scientist light is a bundle of energy called quanta
34. He theorized that light is a member of electromagnetic spectrum
35. Light is made up of wave
II. For numbers 36-50, construct a ray diagram then locate and describe the image formed b the following optics

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