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Science and Health V 4th Periodical Test

Name______________________________ Grade&Sec.____________ Date____________


MULTIPLE CHOICE. On the space before each number, write the letter of the correct answer. Which of these is classified as igneous rocks? a. Marble c. Granite b. Sand stone d. Limestone



Which describe a metamorphic rock? a. It is very hard b. It is changed in some way c. It is formed under the earths surface d. It is consists of large crystals of minerals ________3. Which of the following is an example of sedimentary rocks? a. Granite c. Basalt b. Sandstone d. Marble ________4. While digging the ground, some men found a large rock. They broke off a piece and saw some fossils in it. What kind of rock was it? a. Metamorphic rocks b. Igneous rocks c. Sedimentary rocks d. Extrusive igneous ________5. What causes weathering? a. Plants b. Elements of weather c. Human activities d. Environment ________6. Which of the following process is a part of the water cycle? a. Evaporation c. Precipitation b. Condensation d. All of these ________7. The layer of soil which is made up of sand, clay and larger rock particles are called ________. a. Subsoil c. Bedrock b. Topsoil d. None of these ________8. Which one is NOT a metamorphic rock? a. Slate c. Marble b. Schist d. Shale ________9. What do you call to the process were in the water vapor changes into the liquid form in the clouds? a. Evaporation c. Transpiration b. Precipitation d. Condensation ________10. What causes a breeze? a. Unequal heating of air b. Different air pressures in the land c. Amount of heat the oceans and land receives d. Air pressure always increase

________11. Where do typhoons are usually formed? a. Over warm oceans b. Over cold continents c. Over warm continents d. Over cold oceans ________12. What would you do if Storm Signal no. 3 is raised? a. Go by car in attending a party b. Dont attend classes in school; just play outside c. Help in securing delicate materials at home d. Stay at home and do nothing ________13. What should you always have during typhoons? a. Radio, flashlight b. Thick clothes, jackets and raincoats c. Water and food supply for a few days d. All of these ________14. When should you be most prepared in case a typhoon is coming? a. Before the typhoon come b. During the typhoon c. After the typhoon d. All of these ________15. Which is NOT a characteristic of a planet? a. Revolves and rotate b. Has an atmosphere c. Produces its own light d. Has a satellite ________16. It is the dark spots on the suns surface as observed from the sun? a. Sunspots c. solar flare b. Solar prominence d. Solar plasma ________17. The inner most layer of the sun? a. Core c. Crust b. Mantle d. Radiative zone ________18. The inner planets in the solar system? a. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Pluto b. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto c. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune d. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars ________19. Which statement is true about solar system? a. The sun goes around the Earth b. The Earth goes around the Sun c. The Moon goes around Mars d. The Earth goes around the Moon ________20. It is the planet that is not Jovian in character? a. Saturn c. Uranus b. Neptune d. Pluto ________21. It is the planet that looks spectacular due to its numerous rings? a. Jupiter c. Neptune b. Uranus d. Saturn ________22. The planet which is known for its Red Great Spots? a. Venus c. Jupiter b. Mars d. Neptune ________23. It is the force that pulls the planets toward the sun? a. Centrifugal force b. Gravitational force c. Air force d. Triangular force

________24. Which is the hottest planet? a. Venus c. Saturn b. Mercury d. Neptune ________25. Which planet resembles a Jovian satellite? a. Mercury c. Jupiter b. Charon d. Pluto ________26. Which atmospheric object looks like a glowing star with tail? a. Asteroids c. Comets b. Meteorites d. Sun ________27. Which produces its own energy? a. Sun c. Jupiter b. Venus d. Moon ________28. Which of the following satellite has water and volcanoes? a. Lo c. Encyladus b. Titan d. Earths moon ________29. Which planet is covered with thick clouds of carbon dioxide? a. Earth c. Jupiter b. Venus d. Mercury ________30. Which is true about the moon? a. Moon travels around the Earth b. t travels in an elliptical path c. It circles the sun d. All of these ________31. What is the outermost layer of the Suns atmosphere? a. Corona c. Photosphere b. Core d. Chromosphere ________32. It is the third and innermost layer of the Suns atmosphere? a. Corona c. Photosphere b. Core d. Choromosphere ________33. Which planet has the most unusual elliptical orbit? a. Mercury c. Pluto b. Mars d. Neptune ________34. Why do planets stay in their orbits? a. Because of the suns gravity. b. Because of the planets inertia. c. Because of the planets size. d. Of a and b. ________35. Why do tides occur? a. As a result of the sun and the moons gravitational pull. b. The oceans waters rise to a higher level. c. The moon exerts its gravitational pull in the ocean waters. d. The solid part of the earth is pulled by the moons gravity. ________36. What kind of the celestial body is the sun? a. Asteroid c. Comet b. Meteor d Star ________37. Which statement is NOT true of natural satellites? a. They all move around a bigger celestial body. b. They move nearer a planet every year. c. They do not produce their own light. d. They differ in size. ________38. What do you call to this force that balances the planets to move in a straight line? a. Suns gravity c. Inertia b. Gravitational full d. Gravitational forces ________39. What do you call to a tide that occurs during full moon and new moon? a. Spring tide c. High tide b. Neap tide d. Low tide

________40. Which of the following statement is correct? a. Warm air is heavier than cold air. b. Cold air is lighter than warm air. c. Warm is lighter than cold air. d. Cold air and warm air are equal in weights. ________41. Describe the weather conditions in a place where the eye of the typhoon passes? a. It is calm with no rain and winds. b. It is turbulent, with strong winds and heavy rains. c. It is very dark, with heavy rains. d. There are lightning and thunders. ________42. Why are the people warned ahead of the strength of an approaching typhoon? a. This gives people enough time to prepare and take necessary precautions. b. This gives people time to do something to minimize the bad effects of typhoons. c. This helps people plan their activities. d. All of these. ________43. Which of the following scientific instruments measures wind speed? a. Anemometer c. Telescope b. Altimeter d. Wind vane ________44. What planet is looks like a blue body dotted by white clouds and green-brown land areas? a. Venus c. Neptune b. Earth d. Mars ________45. It is the only satellite of Pluto? a. Phobos c. Charon b. Deimos d. Ganymede ________46. Comets are composed of a head called________? a. Nucleus c. Sulphuric acid b. Gas d. Carbon dioxide ________47. What controls the speed of evaporation in the water cycle? a. Temperature c. Moisture b. Clouds d. Air ________48. Although rocks are hard, they break and wear away continuously to form? a. Soil c. Fertilizers b. Minerals d. Humus ________49. Rocks are usually classified according to its? a. Mineral content c. Formation b. Crystal form d. Color ________50. It is the largest satellite in the solar system. a. Triton c. Miranda b. Titan d. Galilean