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Pathway to Science 2

Test A
Unit 3 Evaluation

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1 What organs correspond to numbers 1 and 2?

A. Stomach and intestines.


B. Heart and stomach.
C. Bones and muscles.
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2 What is the heart’s function?

A. It participates in the digestive process.


B. It maintains the shape and posture of the body.
C. It pumps blood all around the body.

3 What is the stomach’s function?

A. It incorporates air into the body.


B. It participates in the digestive process.
C. It pumps blood all around the body.

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4 Which foods are good for the heart?

A. Meat and chocolate.


B. Fruit and vegetables.
C. Biscuits and cream.

5 Which structure is fundamental to life?

A. The brain.
B. The humerus.
C. The tibia.

6 Which sentence about the stomach is correct?

A. It connects the mouth to the intestine.


B. It moves food to the esophagus.
C. It converts food into small pieces.

The table shows the heartbeat of a man and a woman of the same age during
different activities. Look at the information and answer questions 7–9.

Activity Beats per minute for man Beats per minute for woman

Sleeping 70 70
Running 110 110

7 Which activity requires the heart to pump more blood?

A. Sleeping.
B. Running.
C. Eating.
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8 What conclusion can you draw from the information?

A. Men’s hearts beat more than women’s.


B. Men’s and women’s hearts are the same.
C. Women’s hearts beat more times than men’s hearts.

9 How long were the heartbeats counted in this study?

A. A minute.
B. An hour.
C. Seventy minutes.

10 Which bone or bones protect the heart?

A. The cranium.
B. The leg bones.
C. The ribs.

11 Which substance is absorbed by the lungs?

A. Food.
B. Oxygen.
C. Blood.

12 What is the function of the esophagus?

A. It transports food to the stomach.


B. It carries food to the blood and heart.
C. it converts pieces of food into smaller pieces.

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13 What is the skeleton’s function?

A. It gives shape and support to the body.


B. It takes in oxygen.
C. It participates in the feeding process.

14 Which sentence is false?

A. Muscles are strong, flexible structures.


B. There are two types of muscles: voluntary and involuntary.
C. The lungs are the most important muscles in the body.

15 Which movement is involuntary?

A. Jumping rope.
B. Writing a letter.
C. The heart beating.

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Look at the image and answer questions 16 and 17.

Bones Muscles

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16 Which bones correspond to numbers 1 and 2?

A. Humerus and radius.


B. Femur and tibia.
C. Humerus and femur.

17 Which muscles correspond to numbers 4 and 5?

A. Facial and abdominal.


B. Abdominal and tibialis.
C. Facial and tibialis.

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18 Which action helps maintain a healthy body?

A. Taking regular exercise.


B. Eating cake and candy every day.
C. Watching television before going to bed.

19 Which action is healthy for an adult?

A. Working a lot without resting.


B. Going to work by bicycle.
C. Eating a lot of fat and sugar.

20 Which action strengthens the bones?

A. Swimming.
B. Watching television.
C. Playing on the computer.

21 Explain why it is important for the muscles to do physical exercise.

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