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Periodical Examination

SCIENCE 8

Name: Section:

Year: Date:

1. The amount of force needed to move an object is measured in (meters, Newtons, kg)

2. (Balanced, unbalanced) force changes an objects speed or direction.

3. Action and reaction forces (do, do not) cancel each other.

4. (Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton) developed the laws of motion.

5. Newtons (1st law, 2nd law) best explains the reasons we have to wear seatbelts.

6. Sound travels faster in (warm, cold) air.

7. Sounds are produced by (pitch, vibration)

8. As the temperature of medium increases, the speed of sound (increases, decreases).

9. Compression and (transmission, rarefaction,) are the 2 types of regions that make up

sound waves.

10. (Oil, Brick, Air) is a medium that will allow sound waves to travel fastest.

Write True if the statement is correct and false if the statement is wrong.

__________1. Inertia is a force.

__________2. All objects have inertia.

__________3. Inertia is the tendency of all objects to resist motion.

__________4. Force is a push or a pull.

__________5. Force always cause objects to move.

__________6. Greater force is required to move a light object.

__________7. A force is an scalar quantity.

__________8. Kinetic energy equation is KE = mgh.

__________9. Springs and rubberbands do not possess elastic potential energy.

__________10. Newton meter is equivalent to watt.

1. How much work is done in lighting 200 N block office at a vertical distance of 3 m?

2. V air = 331 + 0.6 (temp)

What is the speed of sound in air if the temp is 50 C?

force acts on it?

LA UNION STANDARD ACADEMY

Periodical Examination

MATHEMATICS 7

Name: Section:

Year: Date:

1. y + 9 = 9+

2. 2 x + 4 = + 2x

3. If 3 p + 2 = 15 and 5 x + 3 = 15 then 3 p + 2 =

4. If 6 y + 2 = 8z, and 5 a + 4 = 8z, then y + 2 =

5. 5 g + n = n+

6. If 2 x = y then 2 x + 4 =

7. If 3 m = 2n, then 3 m x =

8. If m = 7, then m 3 =

9. If 2 = y, then 7 =

10. If c = d then 8 c =

3

1. 5 6. 2 11. - 43

4 12. 65

2. 0 7. 7

13. 5 /12

3. 25 8. 10 2

14. 14

4. 2.5 9. 75

3 15. - 12

5. 5 10. 21.4

III. Write N if the set is null and NN if the set is not null.

__________1. The set of months with 30 days.

__________2. The set of cars with 10 doors.

__________3. The set of triangles with six sides.

__________4. The set of cars without wheels.

__________5. The set of squares with six sides.

1. Set of numbers between 20 and 35

2. Set of primary colors

3. Set of vowels

4. Set of even numbers between 60 and 75

5. Set of first consonants

1. A = { a, e, I, o, u}

2. B = {2, 4, 6 }

3. C = {3, 5, 7, 9, 11 }

4. D = {b, c, d, f, g, h, j}

5. E = {January, February, March, April, May, June}

Expression Base Exponent Value of Expression

( - 4)3

1

(34

92

M2

73

(x3)4

252

Xn

(0, 12)5

LA UNION STANDARD ACADEMY

Periodical Examination

MATHEMATICS 8

Name: Section:

Year: Date:

1. X3 , X3 =

2. (- 3a 4) (2a) 3) =

3. (x2)3 =

4. r4, r7 =

5. (mn) (4n) =

a2

4x3

11 12

(ab)8

(x+y)5n

1. ax (x+1) =

2. 2x (3x-5) =

3. 4 (a+2b+3c) =

4. 10 (4m + 6n 81) =

5. 3 (2 + b) =

1. (a 11) (a + 11) =

2. (b + 5) (b 5) =

3. (p + 8) ( p -8) =

4. (4 x -9) (4x + 9) =

1 1

5. ( 3 9 + 1 ) ( 3 9 - 1 ) =

6. ( 29 -5)2 =

7. (5m2 + m)2 =

8. (5 x + 6 y)2 =

9. A2 + 3b) 2 =

10. (4p + 3)2 =

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