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Summative Test in Science VI

DIRECTION: Read each question carefully. Choose the correct answer.


1. One of the disadvantages of using nuclear power as a source of electricity is
a. It uses only a small amount of raw material
c. It is a fairly clean process
b. It releases a large amount of heat to the environment
d. All of the above
2. Heat transfer is possible through
a. Conduction
b. Convection
c. Radiation
d.
All
of
these
3. Heat results in
a. Rise in temperature of the receiver
c. No change in temperature of the receiver
b. Lowering in temperature of the receiver
d. None of the above
4. Conversion efficiency is said to be low because
a. There is always some amount of wasted hear in conversions.
c. The temperature is
always maintained.
b. All of the energy is converted to useful work.
d. All of the above.
5. In energy transformation which is not true?
a. Energy is converted into a more usable form. c. All of the original energy is transformed
into usable form.
b. Heat energy is formed and released into the environment.
d. None of the
above
6. What do you need to enable you to accomplish many things?
a. Energy
b. Heat
c. Light
d. Sound
7. What energy is produced by the rapid movement of molecules?
a. Nuclear
b. Chemical
c. Heat
d.
Sound
8. What energy is used for communication, warning, entertainment but can also cause bodily
harm?
a. Mechanical
b. Chemical
c. Heat
d.
Sound
9. It refers to the rate of change in velocity.
a. Motion
b. Acceleration
c. Speed
d. None of the above
10. The energy stored in the leaves of plants in photosynthesis is
a. Mechanical Energy
b. Heat Energy
c. Chemical Energy d. All of the
above
11. Water is flowing from a faucet. What kind of energy does it have?
a. Kinetic
b. Potential
c. Chemical
d.
Heat
12. What kind of energy is gained by a liquid matter when heat is applied into it?
a. Chemical
b. Heat
c. Kinetic
d.
Potential
13. What happens when heat is taken away from a gas?
a. Gas particles lose their kinetic energy.
c. Gas turns or changes and forms into a
liquid.
b. Gas particles move closer to each other.
d. All are possible answers.
14.What kind of energy transformation is shown by water flowing at the edge of a dam?
a. Potential Kinetic Potential
c. Potential Potential Kinetic
b. Kinetic Potential Kinetic
d. Kinetic Kinetic Potential

15. How is nuclear energy produced?


a. By combining atoms with another atoms.
b. By breaking atoms into pieces.

c. By joining or fusing atoms together.


d. By all of these.

DIRECTION: Write the form of energy described by the following on the space provided for.

______________________________1. It is stored inside chemicals or in the molecules of matter.


______________________________2. It arrives as sunlight in the form of heat and light.
______________________________3. It is released when atoms of certain elements split.
______________________________4. It is generated by the rise and fall of the ocean or sea water
level.
______________________________5. It causes atoms and molecules of a substance to move about.
______________________________6. The waves rush to the shore.
______________________________7. The cars are in the parking area.
______________________________8. The horses gallop in the race.
______________________________9. The plant makes its own food.
______________________________10. The burning charcoal cooks the meal.
______________________________11. Sunlight dries the cloth.
______________________________12. The street lamp brightens the road.
______________________________13. The hammer is on the table.
______________________________14. The birds fly toward the swamp.
______________________________15. An atom has electrons and protons.