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B POST TEST

NAME: ............................................................................................... FORM: .......................................................................

OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS: Answer all questions.

1.

Which of the following is the best definition for matter? A B C Anything which has mass. Anything which occupies space. All living things which have mass and occupy space. D All living things and non-living things which have mass and occupy space.

2.

Which of the following is not a matter? A B C Sound Smoke Oxygen

D 3.

Vinegar

Figure 1.0 Based on the experiment shown in the figure 1.0, what conclusion can be made? A B C D Air has mass Air has energy Air has pressure Air occupies space

4.

The information below shows the characteristic of substances P and Q. P The particles move randomly Q The particles vibrate and rotate in fixed position What do P and Q represent?

P Oxygen

Q Ethanol

B C D

Nitrogen Water Zinc

Plastic Chlorine Hydrogen

5.

When 50 ml of water and 50 ml of alcohol are mixed together, the total volume of

the mixture is less than 100 ml. This is because ... A B the molecules of water collided with the molecules of alcohol.

the molecules of alcohol and water have evaporated into the air. C the molecules of water occupy the spaces between the molecules of

alcohol. D the molecules of alcohol and water joined together to form larger

molecules.

6.

What is the similarity between a liquid and a gas? A B C D Both have fixed volumes. Both do not have definite shapes. The spaces between their particles are very small. Their particles vibrate about in their fixed positions.

7.

The perfume used by girls can be detected when she passes by. How can this be

explained?

A B

perfume sets free smell into the air. particles of perfume float in the air C D particles of perfume combine with air particles particles of perfume diffuse quickly through the air.

8. Figure 2.0 Figure 2.0 shows an inverted glass pressed into the water. What conclusion can be drawn from this experiment? A B C D Water cannot enter the glass because air has mass. Water cannot enter the glass because the density of air is lower. Water cannot enter the glass because air has occupied the space. Water cannot enter the glass because air has more volume than water.

9.

When smoke particles are observed under the microscope, we can see that they

move very fast and randomly. The movement is due to A B the high pressure inside the cell. the high temperature inside the cell.

C D

the collision between the smoke particles and the air particles. the forces of attraction and repulsion between the smoke particles and

air particles.

10.

X Figure 3.0

Figure 3.0 shows matter in state X changing to state Y when heat is absorbed. Which of the following statements is true about the particles when the matter changes from state X to Y? A The particles have a higher density.

B C D

The kinetic energy of the particles increases. The force of attraction among the particles is very strong. The particles are not arranged orderly but still are close to one another.

11.

What is the correct statement concerning liquid? A B C D Liquid has a definite shape and volume Liquid has a definite volume but not definite shape The particles of liquid only vibrate in their fixed positions The particles of liquid are far apart in an orderly way

12.

Which statement describes the movement of particles of oxygen gas? A B C D The movement is fast and freely The movement is random with a definite direction The movement is only a vibration of a fixed position The movement is limited because the particles are arranged in an orderly way

13.

The gas particles can be compressed easily because A the particles are closely packed

B C D

the particles are very far apart the particles have less kinetic energy the particles only move in one direction

14.

Figure 4.0 The substance that has the arrangement of particles as shown in Figure 4.0 is A B C ice air water

steam

15.

Which of the following statements is true about the particles as the matter changes from state P to state Q? A B C D The size of the particles increases The distance between the particles become nearer The kinetic energy of the particles increases The attraction force between the particles increases

16.

Below is a list of three substances.

Hydrogen Air Oxygen

Which of the following characteristics do these substances have? I II III A B C D Have fixed volume Take the shape of their containers Can be compressed I and II only I and III only II and III only I, II and III

17. solid?

Which of the following statements are true when matter changes from a

liquid into a

I II III A B C D

The distance between particles decreases. The number of particles increases. The particles move more slowly. I and II only I and III only II and III only I, II and III

18.

Which of the following are matters? I II III Water Soil Light

A B

I and II only I and III only

C D

II and III only I, II and III

19.

Figure 4.0 shows the particles arrangement in a matter.

Figure 4.0 Which of the following statements are true about the matter? I II III A B C D It is a liquid. Its particles vibrate about in their fixed position. It has mass and occupies space. I and II only I and III only II and III only I, II and III

20.

Gas particles diffuse faster than liquid particles because I the space between gas particles is grater than the space between liquid

particles. II III A B C D gas particles move faster than liquid particles. gas particles have more energy than liquid particles.

I and II only I and III only II and III only I, II and III

END OF THE QUESTION PAPER

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