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1 PENGENALAN KEPADA SAINS

1. i) Namakan alat radas berikut:

a. b. c. d.

ii)

e. f. g. h.

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iii)

i. j. k. l.

iv)

m. n.. o. p.

v)

q. r. s. t.

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b) Draw lines to show the correct match between the apparatus and their
functions

Name the apparatus Function

1.Beaker A. To measure the weight of an


object

2.Measuring cylinder B. To measure the volume of a


liquid

3.Gas jar C. To contain liquid and chemicals

4.Spring balance
D. To measure temperature

5.Thermometer
E. To collect gases

6.Pipette F. To measure fixed volume of liquid

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2. Give the function of apparatus below.

i) Pipette:

..

...

ii) Thermometer:

..

..

iii) Measuring cylinder :

..

...

iv) Gas jar

..

..

v) Spring balance

..

...

vi) Thermometer:

..

..

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3. Name the apparatus below.

i) ii)

iii) iv)

v) vi)

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4. Diagram 4 shows a thermometer.

a) What is the reading of the thermometer?

b) Name liquid P

P: ..

40

30 P

c) Put a ( / ) in the correct box on the figure to show the correct eye when taking a
reading?

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1.2 CELL AS THE BASIC UNIT OF LIFE

1.Name the parts of microscope.


P

T
R

S
U

a) Draw lines to show the correct match between the part of the microscope and
its function.
PART FUNCTION

P 1.Hold the objective lenses

Q 2.Regulates the amount of light reaching the


objective lens

R 3.Holds the eye piece

S 4.The lens that magnifies the specimen

T 5.Reflects light into the microscope


uestion
U 6.Platform where the slide is placed

V 7.Control the height of the microscope tube


with more accurately
W 8.Control the height of the microscope tube
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for focusing
Questions

2. (i) What is the function of eyepiece?

(ii) What is the function of stage?

(iii) What is the function of mirror?

(iv) What is the function of objective lens?

(v). What is the function of coarse focus knob?

(vi). What is the function of fine focus knob?

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Cell as a unit of life

3. Diagram 3 shows an animal cell.

Diagram 3

Label each part of the cell with a suitable word from the following list.

Nucleus Cell membrane Cytoplasm

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4. Diagram 4 shows a plant cell

Diagram 4

Label each part of the cell with a suitable word from the following list.

Cell membrane Cytoplasm Chloroplast Nucleus Vacuole cell wall

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5 Diagram 5 shows the structure of a cell.

Q U

Diagram 5

Match the labeled cell structures to their names and functions.

Cell structure Name Function

P Nucleus Maintains the shape of cell

Q Cell membrane Controls all cell activities

R Cytoplasm Absorb sunlight for


photosynthesis

S Chloroplast Stores water and


dissolved minerals

T Cell wall Site of chemical


processes

U Vacuole Control the movement of


Substances in and out of
The cell

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UNICELLULAR AND MULITICELLULAR

6. a) Name the organisms shown in Diagram 6.

P : ___________________ Q : ____________________

R : __________________ S : _____________________

Diagram 6

b) Group the organisms in Diagram 6 into unicellular or multicellular


organisms

Unicellular Multicellular

i ______________________ i __________________________

ii ______________________ ii _________________________

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Cell organisation

7. Match the name to the correct part of the cell organisation in human.

Name Part of cell organisation

Cell

System

Tissue

Organ S

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8. Show the organisation of cells in the human body by filling in the boxes below with the
words given.

System tissue organ cell organism

Made up of different
systems that work
d together

Made up of
c different organs

made up of
different tissues
b

made up of
a the same type
of cells
the basic
unit

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1.3 MATTER

1. Classify the following matter into solids, liquids or gases


a) e)

Air in the
balloon

hot water

_____________
_______________
f)
`
b)
Hot air
balloon

______________

g)

___________________ Wind from


windmill

c) Carbon monoxide

__________________ h)

d)
aeroplane

kerosene

___________________ _________________

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2) Match objects/substances below to their arrangement of particles

a) glue

b) coffee

i
c) smoke
i

d) breeze

e) mercury

f) blood

ii.
g) book

h) steam

i) oxygen

j) rainwater
iii.

k) thumbtack

l) cloth

m) droplets

n) salt solution

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1.4 THE VARIETY OF RESOURCES ON EARTH

THE CONCEPT OF DENSITY

The density of substance is the mass of the substance in a unit


volume.

The unit for density is kg/m or g/cm

DENSITY (D) = MASS (M)


VOLUME (V)

1. What is
M
a. D = _______
D V
V = _________

Example 1

The mass of 5cm of iron is 10.0g. What is its density?

The density of iron = Mass


Volume

= 10.0g
5cm
= 2 g/cm

2.The mass of an object is 30 g. What is its density if it has a volume


of 12 cm ?

3.The volume of R was determined to be 40cm in an experiment. If the


density of solid R is 0.5 g/cm. What is its mass?

4.The mass of piece of stone is 360g and its volume is 200cm. What is the
density of the stone?

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A less dense substance FLOATS in a denser liquid
Whereas a denser substance SINKS in a less denser liquid

STONE WATER OIL CORK

5. The substances are put together according to a, b, c, and d.Draw the


position.

a. Stone and Water b. Water and oil

c. Cork , water and oil d. Stone, water ,oil and Cork

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6. Diagram 6 shows the densities of liquids Z, Y and X and solids P, Q and
R which are put into a measuring cylinder.

a. Arrange the density of liquid X, Y and Z in an ascending order?

b. Arrange the density of liquid X, Y and Z in a descending order?

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c. Arrange the solids P, Q and R in an ascending order?

d. Arrange the solids P, Q and R in a descending order?

e. Arrange P,Q, R , X, Y and Z in an ascending order?

f . Arrange P, Q ,R , X, Y and Z, in a descending order?

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7. Diagram 7 shows the arrangement of particles in three substances, J, K and L.
Label J, K and L using the following words:

Element Compound Mixture

J K L

E_ _ _ _ _ t C _m_ _ und M_ xt__e

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8. Draw lines to show the correct match between the names of the substances
and the diagrams.

Compound

Mixture

Element

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1.5 THE AIR AROUND US

1. Diagram 1 shows the composition and percentage of the constituents of air.


C 0.03% D 1%

B
21%

A 78%

Diagram 1

a) Identify the following gases based on Diagram 1

Nitrogen Oxygen Carbon dioxide

i. Gas A : ___________________________

ii Gas B : ____________________________

iii Gas C : _____________________________

b) State the confirmation test for the gases below :

i) Gas B :
_______________________________________________

_______________________________________________

ii) Gas C :
________________________________________________

_________________________________________________

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1.6 SOURCES OF ENERGY

1. State the forms of energy involved in the picture shown using the following word

Chemical energy Sound energy Kinetic energy Nuclear energy Light energy
Heat energy

a) b) c)

d) e) f)

g) h) i)

DIAGRAM 1.1

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2. Diagram 2 shows various sources of energy on earth

D
C D G
E F
C

Diagram 2
Name the energy sources that represented by

A : ..................................................................................

B : ..................................................................................

C: ...................................................................................

D : ..................................................................................

E :

F :

G :

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1.7 HEAT

1. On diagram 1, draw and label the heat flow of sea breeze and land
breeze using the given information.

Hot air rises cool air from the sea hot air from land

a. .....
______

Land breeze

c..

Hot air

b. ..

Land

Sea breeze
Sea breeze

Diagram 1

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2. The change of state of matter involves absorption or release of heat energy.

a) Draw the particles arrangement of ice when heated

Before heating After heating

b) Draw the particles arrangement of ice when melted

Before melting After melting

c) Draw the particles arrangement of water when frozen

Before freezing After freezing

d) Draw the particles arrangement of water when boiled

Before boiling After boiling

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e) Draw the particles arrangement of water when cooled

Before cooling After cooling

f) Draw the particles arrangement of iodine crystals when heated

Before sublimation After sublimation

g) Draw the particles arrangement of steam when cooled

Before condensation After condensation

h) Draw the particles arrangement of water when evaporated

Before evaporation After evaporation

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5. Draw the particles of X, Y and Z in the box given.

X Y Z

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