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Department of Education

Region III
Schools Division of Zambales
Municipality of Subic
JOSEPHINE F. KHONGHUN SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTER

SUMMATIVE TEST IN SCIENCE 6


Name: _____________________________ Score:_______

DIRECTIONS: ENCIRCLE THE LETTER OF THE CORRECT ANSWER.


1. Cooking utensils and food ingredients like bell pepper, garlic, onions and cooking oils are usually located around
the kitchen at home and these are example of __________.
a. acid b. matter c. base d. compound
2. Ladles, spoons, forks, glasses and cups are matter. What are the states of matter of these things?
a. solid b. liquid c. gas d. mixture
3. Water, milk, oil, vinegar and soy sauce are indispensable in our everyday life. What are the states of matter of
these things?
a. solid b. liquid c. gas d. mixture
4. The animals and humans need oxygen while the plants and trees need carbon dioxide. These kind of air are
indispensable in living to exist. What are the states of matter of this air?
a. solid b. liquid c. gas d. mixture
5. Mother Cel cooks vegetable “ Pinakbet” for your lunch. She uses varied materials such as water, eggplant, okra,
squash, ampalaya, bagoong and other seasoning food ingredients to make her vegetable menu palatable. What
will be formed if two or more substances combined physically?
a. solution b. mixture c. matter d. compound
6. A homogeneous mixture is any mixture in which the substances are evenly distributed or the particles have a
uniform appearance. Which of the following mixture is homogeneous?
a. fruit salad b. pizza c. orange juice d. water and oil
7. A heterogeneous mixture is any mixture in which the substances are not distributed evenly and do not have a
uniform composition. Which of the following does not belong to the group?
a. macaroni salad b. pizza c. lemonade juice d. pizza pie
8. Why vinegar, soy sauce and orange juice are classified as homogeneous mixture?
a. Because the components of these are visible to the eyes.
b. Because the components of these are not distinguished.
c. Because the components of these are not in uniform appearance.
d. Both answer a and b are correct
9. Why are fruit salad; a bowl of cereal with milk; a slice of pizza; and a container of sand, water and oil are
classified as heterogeneous mixture because the components of these mixture can
___________________________.
a. easily be distinguished from one another
b. not be easily recognized from one another
c. easily be combined from one form to another
d. Both answer a and b are correct.
10. Father Cip prepares an orange juice drink for his children after playing basketball. The orange juice is an example
of _________ mixture.
a. homogeneous b. heterogeneous c. solubility d. colloids
11. When you go to the beach outing or picnic, you will notice that taste of water is salty when you swim. The
reason why the water is salty because the components are the combination of water and a salt. This is an
example of __________.
a. solution b. colloids c. suspension d. compound
12. In a sugar solution, the solvent is the water. Which of the following statement is true and correct about solvent?
a. Solvent are the substances being dissolved.
b. Solvent are the substances that dissolve the solute.
c. Solvent are the substances disperse in a solution.
d. Both answer b and c are correct.
13. Solutes that do not dissolve easily in solvents are rice grains, corn, and pebbles. How do you describe the
solubility of these solutes?
a. solution b. soluble c. insoluble d. solvent
14. Teacher Cipriano tested the solubility of a solid solute in a liquid solvent. He found out that there are different
factors affected the solubility of the solid solute EXCEPT one.
a. stirring b. heating c. size d. quantity
Study the illustration below.

Solution 1 Solution 2 Solution 3 Solution 4

15. Which of the following types of solution is classified as diluted solution?


a. Solution 1 b. Solution 2 c. Solution 3 d. Solution 4
16. Which of the following types of solution is classified as concentrated solution?
a. Solution 1 b. Solution 2 c. Solution 3 d. Solution 4
17. Which of the following types of solution is classified as saturated solution?
a. Solution 1 b. Solution 2 c. Solution 3 d. Solution 4
18. Which of the following statement is true about the saturated solution?
a. The solute dissolved in a solvent is very little.
b. There is a large amount of solute dissolved in a solvent.
c. There is much more solute dissolved in a solvent.
d. none of the above
19. Which of the following statement is true about diluted solution?
a. The solute dissolved in a solvent is very little.
b. There is a large amount of solute dissolved in a solvent.
c. There is much more solute dissolved in a solvent.
d. none of the above
20. Which of the following statement is true about concentrated solution?
a. The solute dissolved in a solvent is very little.
b. There is a large amount of solute dissolved in a solvent.
c. There is much more solute dissolved in a solvent.
d. none of the above
21.Immiscible liquids can easily dissolve in one another.
a. yes b. no
22. a mixture of gasoline and water is an example of ___________ liquids
a. miscible b. immiscible
23. In a solution of sugar and water, sugar is _____ while water is _______
a. solute, solvent b. solution, solute c. solvent, solution
24. a physical change, you can get back the original solute by evaporating the solvent.
a. evaporation b. dissolution c. separation d. solution
25. A heterogeneous mixture in which the particles in the solvent are so large that they settle out unless the mixture is
constantly stirred.

a. colloids b. suspension c. solution d. homogeneous

GOD BLESS…
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MARK 11:24