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FIRST QUARTER EXAMINATION


S.Y. 2019-2020
SCIENCE 8

Name: _____________________ Grade and Section: _____________ Date:_________ Score: ________


Directions: Read the statements or questions carefully and then shade the letter of the correct answer.

1. Which of the following law states that “a body will remain at rest or move at constant velocity unless
acted upon by an external net”?
A. Law of Inertia B. Law of Acceleration C. Law of Acceleration D. Law of Action-Reaction
2. Which among the Newton’s Laws of Motion states that force equals mass times acceleration?
A. First Law B. Second Law C. Third Law D. All of the above
3. What is the rate of doing work or the rate of using energy?
A. Force B. Motion C. Power D. Gravity
4. Which of the following occurs when an aircraft or any vehicle breaks the sound barrier while it
accelerates and outruns the speed of sound?
A. Echo sounding B. Sonic boom C. Reflection D. Refraction
5. What is the maximum distance of a vibrating body moves from its position of rest?
A. Frequency B. Amplitude C. Wavelength D. Pitch
6. Which of the following materials have the highest index of refraction?
A. Diamond B. Crown glass C. Water D. Zircon
7. Which of the following lights has the highest frequency?
A. Violet B. Green C. Blue D. Red
8. What light bent the least?
A. Violet B. Green C. Blue D. Red
9. What is the correct arrangement of colors in the visible spectrum?
A. Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet
B. Orange, red, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet
C. Blue, indigo, violet, green, yellow, orange, red
D. Violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange, red
10. What is the energy present in all objects due to the motions of its particles?
A. Solar energy B. Thermal energy C. Light energy D. Gravitational Energy
11. What change may occur when heat is added to or taken out from an object?
A. Chemical change B. Color change C. Physical Change D. Phase Change
12. What instrument is used to measure temperature?
A. Anemometer B. Hygrometer C. Speedometer D. Thermometer
13. Who is the inventor of the voltaic pile, the forerunner of what we call the dry cell?
A. Michael Faraday B. Freidrich Hertz C. Alessandro Volta D. Andre-Marie Ampere
14. What instrument is used to measure voltage?
A. Ammeter B. Speedometer C. Thermometer D. Voltmeter
15. What do power companies like LUELCO charge us for?
A. Current B. Electricity C. Energy D. Power
16. A coin was placed on top of a cardboard and the cardboard was placed on top of a glass. When the
cardboard was quickly pulled, which situation below will most likely to happen?
A. It continuously moved with the cardboard . C. The cardboard displaced the coin.
B. The coin dropped in the glass. D. The coin flew.
17. Which of the following explains the relationship of force and distance to work?
A. As force and distance increases, work increases.
B. As force and distance increases, work decreases.
C. As force increases, work and distance increases.
D. As distance increases, work and force increases.
18. Which of the following statements indicates the best way to increase power?
A. Increase the amount of work done in a given amount of time or do a given amount of work in less
time.
B. Increase the amount of work done in a given amount of time, or do a given amount of work in more
time.
C. Decrease the amount of work done in a given amount of time, or do a given amount of work in less
time.
D. Decrease the amount of work done in a given amount of time, or do a given amount of work in more
time.
19. How will you differentiate potential energy from kinetic energy?
A. Kinetic energy is present in moving objects while potential energy is present in objects at rest.
B. Potential energy is present in moving objects while kinetic energy is present in objects at rest.
C. Kinetic and potential energy are present in moving objects
D. Kinetic and potential energy are present in objects at rest.

A
C

20. Which can you locate the amplitude in the given figure above?
A. A B. B C. C D. D
21. Which of the following explains why we can hear noises a long distance away over water at night?
A. Because of lowered temperature.
B. Because water conducts sound better at night.
C. Because sound is reflected off water more efficiently at night.
D. Because of refraction of sound in air.
22. When a light ray passes from water to air (denser to a less dense medium), its path will?
A. Bends away from the normal.
B. Bends towards the normal.
C. Bends horizontally.
D. Bends vertically.
23. Which of the following will likely happen when a hot and a cold are put in contact with one another?
A. The hot and the cold objet will become colder/
B. The hot and the cold object will become hotter.
C. The cold object will become colder while the hot object will become hotter.
D. The cold object will become warmer while the hot object will become colder.
24. In which of the following will the movement of particles be the fastest?
A. 30 C of water B. 50 C of water C. 70 C water D. 90 C water
25. Which of the following situation is NOT safe when using electrical devices?
A. Turning off light switch when not in use.
B. Avoiding octopus wiring in the house
C. Texting while charging your cell phone.
D. Replacing old electrical wires.
26. “An object will stay at rest or move at constant velocity unless an ______ acts on it.”
A. unbalanced external force C. balanced external force
B. unbalanced internal force D. immovable force
27. As a 500 N lady sits on the floor, the floor exerts a force on her equal to _____.
A. 1000 N B. 500 N C. 250 N D. 50 N
28. A 50 kg object is located 5 meters above the ground level. Find its potential energy.
A. The object’s potential energy is 2450 J.
B. The object’s potential energy is 24.50 J.
C. The object’s potential energy is 2.450 J.
D. The object’s potential energy is 245.0 J.
29. Which among the following choices travel fastest?
A. Sound B. Water C. Moisture D. Light
30. Why do we see the colors of leaves as green?
A. Green light is reflected back and the other colors are absorbed.
B. Green light is absorbed and the other colors are reflected.
C. Green light has the highest energy and frequency.
D. Green light has the lowest energy and frequency.
31. Light is an electromagnetic wave. Which characteristic is common in all electromagnetic waves?
A. Amplitude B. Frequency C. Speed D. Wavelength
32. An axle is too large to fit into the hole in a wheel that is made of the same metal. How can the axle be
made to fit into the hole.
A. By heating the wheel alone.
B. By cooling both the axle and the wheel.

C. By cooling the axle alone.


D. By heating both the axle and the wheel.
33. How is current related to resistance?
A. As the resistance increases, current decreases.

B. As the resistance increases, current increases.


C. As the resistance increases, current remains the same.
D. As the resistance increases, current cannot be determined.
34. How is current related to voltage?
A. As current increases, voltage decreases.
B. As current increases, voltage increases.
C. As current increases, voltage remains the same.
D. As current increases, voltage cannot be determined.
35. Why do you think earthing is important in all appliances?
A. To avoid damages of home appliances.
B. To avoid high consumption of electricity.
C. To avoid electrical shocks.
D. To avoid short circuit.
36. How is inertia related to mass of an object?
A. The more mass an object has, the more inertia it has.
B. The more mass an object has, the lesser inertia it has.
C. The lesser mas an object has, the more inertia it has.
D. Mass and inertia are not related to each other.
37. Suppose a cart is being moved by a force. If suddenly a load is dumped into the cart so that the cart’s
mass doubles, what happens to the cart’s acceleration?
A. It quadruples B. It doubles C. It halves D. It quarters
38. In what direction does an object fly if the forces giving its centripetal acceleration suddenly disappear?
A. The object continuously moves in circular motion.
B. The object moves in straight line at constant speed.
C. The object changes its velocity in a straight path.
D. Hard to determine where the object goes.
39. Which of the following objects show potential energy?
A. A rock on a cliff.
B. A swinging pendulum.
C. A runner reaching the finish line.
D. A car accelerating on a curved road.
40. What is the voltage difference across a piece of wire of
resistance 100 Ω with a current of 2A
A. 5 volts
B. 200 volts
C. 2 volts
D. 500 volts
41. What is the direction of the velocity at point B if the ball is revolving clockwise?
A. down A
B. left
C. right B
D. up
C
41. In which situation is there NO work done in the system?
A. A monkey climbing a tree.
B. A person in an ascending elevator.
C. A weight lifter lifting a barbell in the air.
D. A stone whirled around the horizontal circle.
42. How does the kinetic energy of an object’s speed doubles?
A. The kinetic energy stops.
B. The kinetic energy increases.
C. The kinetic energy does not change.
D. The kinetic energy decreases to half its original value.
43.

44. How does the kinetic energy of an object’s speed doubles?


E. The kinetic energy stops.
F. The kinetic energy increases.
G. The kinetic energy does not change.
H. The kinetic energy decreases to half its original value.

In which situation is there NO work done in the system?

a. A monkey climbing a tree


b. A person in an ascending elevator
c. A weight lifter lifting a barbell in the air
d. A stone whirled around the horizontal circle

In what direction does an object fly if the force giving its


centripetal acceleration suddenly disappear?
A. The object continuously moves in circular motion,
*B. The object moves in straight line at constant speed.
C. The object changes its velocity in a straight path.
D. Hard to determine where the object goes.
Suppose a cart is being moved by a force. If suddenly a load is
dumped into the cart so that the cart’s mass doubles, what
happens to the cart’s acceleration?
A. It quadruples.
B. It doubles.
*C. It halves.
D. It quarters.

45. How is inertia related to mass of an object?


A. The more mass an object has, the more inertia it has.
B. The more mass an object has, the lesser inertia it has.
C. The lesser mass an object has, the more inertia it has.
D. Mass and inertia are not related to each other.
46. How is current related to voltage?
A. As current increases, voltage decreases.
B. As current increases, voltage increases.
C. As current increases, voltage remains the same.
D. As current increases, voltage cannot be determined.

An axle is too large to fit into the hole in a wheel that is made of the same metal. How can the axle be made to fit into the
hole.
A. by heating the wheel alone
B. by cooling both the axle and the wheel
C. by cooling the axle alone
D. by heating both the axle and the wheel
In which of the following will the movement of particles be the
fastest?
A.30 0C of water C. 70 0C of water
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B.50 C of water D. 90 0C of water

Which of the following should be done when measuring the temperature of water in a glass container?
A. Stir the water using the thermometer to get the temperature faster.
B. Avoid letting the thermometer get in contact with any side of the container.
C. Shake the thermometer vigorously before getting the temperature of the water.
D. Let the tip of the thermometer touch the glass container to get the temperature faster.
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