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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Schools Division of Oriental Mindoro
District of Roxas
Dangay, Roxas, Oriental Mindoro 5212


Name: ______________________________________ Date: __________________
Gr. /Section: _______________________________ Score: _________________

I. Multiple Choice:
Directions: Read and analyze each statement/item carefully. Choose the letter of the
best answer from the given choices. Write your answer in your answer sheet. Use

1. Identify the forms of EM waves having the longest wavelength.

A. Infrared
B. Visible light
C. Radio waves
D. microwaves
2. Assess the wavelength of the microwave with a frequency of 3 ×109 Hz.
A. 1.0 ×10−1 m
B. 1.0 ×101 m
C. 1.0 ×10−2 m
D. 1.0 ×102 m

3. If the frequency of an X- ray is 3 ×10 Hz, evaluate its energy.
A. 2× 10−22 J
B. 2× 10−19 J
C. 2× 10−17 J
D. 3 ×10−19 J

4. Which property supports the difference between infrared and ultraviolet rays?
A. Color
B. speed in vacuum
C. wavelength
D. oscillation

5. Which two waves lie at the end of the visible spectrum?

A. Infrared and ultraviolet rays
B. Radio waves and microwaves
C. Radio waves and X- rays
D. X- rays and Gamma rays

6. In the visible spectrum, which color has the longest wavelength?

A. blue
B. green
C. red
D. violet

7. Gamma rays have the shortest wavelength but have the highest frequency. Try
compare its energy to the other forms of energy.
A. less energetic than X- rays
B. most energetic
C. most ionizing
D. cannot be measured
8. Compute the frequency of light waves, having a wavelength of 4 × 10−5 m.
A. 7.5 ×1013 Hz
B. 7.5 ×1012 H
C. 7.5 ×1011 Hz
D. 7.5 ×1010 Hz

9. If the frequency of an infrared is 3 ×10 s, evaluate its wavelength.
A. 1× 10−1 m
B. 1× 10−2 m
C. 1× 10−3 m
D. 1× 10−4 m

10. Name the scientist who supports Quantum Theory of Light formulated by Max
A. Euclid
B. Pythagoras
C. Christian Huygens
D. Albert Einstein

11. A certain radio station broadcasts at a frequency of 675kHz. Determine the

wavelength of the radio waves.
A. 280 m
B. 324 m
C. 400 m
D. 444 m

12. Tell which EM waves are used in telecommunication such as transmitting

A. Radio waves
B. Microwaves
C. Infrared rays
D. Visible light waves

13. Identify the EM wave which is used to determine false or counterfeit documents.
A. Infrared
B. Visible light
C. Ultraviolet rays
D. X- rays

14. Recognize X- rays applications among the list.

A. fluorescence
B. sterilization
C. cooking
D. detect flaws in metals

15. Select the application of microwaves.

A. TV transmission and communication
B. Household electrical appliances
C. Optical fibers in medical use
D. Engineering applications

16. Cite the use of radio wave frequency band which is a Super High Frequency
A. Air traffic control
B. Satellite communication
C. Radio communication
D. Radio navigation

17. Describe the EM waves which is used to warm tired, aching muscles.
A. Visible light
B. Ultraviolet ray
C. X- rays
D. Infrared

18. Discover what types of EM waves are used to transmit sound and picture
over long distance.
A. Radio waves
B. Microwaves
C. Infrared
D. Visible light

19. Analyze the use of a microphone which is one of the elements of radio
A. Used to move in one direction then move back again
B. Used to increase the strength of an electric signal
C. Used to transform sound waves into electrical signals
D. Used to carry an electric charge

20. Which among the list of EM waves are sensitive to our eyes?
A. Ultraviolet
B. Visible light
C. Infrared
D. Microwave

21. The application of this type of EM waves is for medical treatment especially
disease. Point out which among the choices suits in that application.
A. Gamma rays
B. Infrared
C. Radio waves
D. Visible light

22. Tell what EM wave is sometimes called heat rays.

A. Gamma rays
B. Infrared
C. Radio waves
D. Visible light

23. Identify what EM waves is used in the screen of electronic devices.

A. Radio waves
B. Microwaves
C. Infrared waves
D. Visible light

24. Who among the scientists formulated the EM wave theory?

A. Faraday
B. Hertz
C. Maxwell
D. Oersted

25. Analyze the content of the statement; that EM waves are disturbance in a
while mechanical waves are disturbance in the field.
A. True
B. False
C. Sometimes
D. Always

26. Describe the mathematical relationship between frequency and wavelength.

A. Inversely proportional
B. Directly proportional
C. Equal
D. Both A and B

27. Assess why gamma rays harmful to living things.

A. Highest frequency and highest energy
B. Lowest frequency and honest energy
C. Longest wavelength and less energentic
D. Shorter wavelength but higher frequency

28. Analyze if X-rays can damage body tissues and can cause cancer over time
A. Yes
B. No
C. Sometimes
D. Never

29. Describe what EM waves are emitted by the sun, stars and radioactives
A. X - rays
B. Visible light
C. Gamma rays
D. Ultraviloet

30. If you stand in front of two adjacent large mirrors at 20 angle, solve how many
images will be formed?
A. 14
B. 15
C. 16
D. 17

31. A place mirror and four letters are arranged as shown in the figure. Point out
which of the letters will be seen by the observer? Choose the best letter



32. Identify what happens to light when its strikes a plane mirror.
A. Scattered
B. Refracted
C. Regularly reflected
D. Irregularly reflected

33. A light ray strikes a plane mirror at an angle of incidence of 40. Predict an angle
A. 20
B. 40
C. 80
D. 160

34. When you stand 4m in front of full length mirror, describe your image.
A. Real and 1m behind the mirror
B. Real and 4m behind the mirror
C. Virtual and 1m behind the mirror
D. Virtual and 4m behind the mirror

For number 35-36, refer to the diagram below.


35. Describe the orientation of an image

A. Upright
B. Inverted
C. Oblique
D. Horizontal

36. Determine the type of image formed

A. Real
B. Virtual
C. Unreal
D. Cannot be determined

For numbers 37 and 38, refer to the diagram below.


37.Determine the size of the Image.

A. Tiny
B. Enlarged
C. Extra Large
D. Reduced

38. Estimate the location of an image

A. at C
B. at F
C. at F and C
D. at F and V
39. A man 1. 45m tall stand 4.50 m from a concave. If the image could be formed
screen is 18 cm from the mirror, evaluate the size of the image. Hint: h = q
A. 4. 8 cm n p
B. 5. 8 cm
C. 6. 8 cm
D. 7. 8 cm

40. Assess the focal length of the mirror in no. 39

Hint: 1 = 1 + 1
f p q
A. 14. 31 cm
B. 15. 31 cm
C. 16. 31 cm
D. 17. 31 cm

41. Identify the type of lens produces smaller and upright image.
A. Concave lens
B. Convex lens
C. Converging lens
D. Can’t be determined

42. Evaluate the image distance, if 12 cm tall light bulb is placed at a distance of 3.
from a convex lens, having a focal length of 14 cm. Hint: 1 = 1 + 1
A. 13. 62 cm
B. -13. 62 cm
C. 14. 62 cm
D. -14. 62 cm

43. Determine the image size in a convex lens in number 42.

A. 0. 53 cm
B. - 0.53 cm
C. 0. 63 cm
D. -0. 63 cm
44. To construct a ray diagram which is shown below, a small object is placed on the
principal axis of a concave mirror between the image formed.
A. Erect, magnified, magnified, and real
B. Inverted, magnified, and real
C. Inverted, reduced, and real
D. Erect, reduced, and real


For numbers 45 and 46, Using the ray diagram in a convex lens,

2F F F 2F

45. Estimate the location of an image

A. Between F and 2 F
B. at 2 F
C. Beyond 2F
D. Beyond 2f

46. Describe the size of an image formed

A. Reduced
B. Same
C. Enlarged
D. Can’t be Determined

For number 47, refer to the diagram below.

47. Describe the orientation of image of a concave lens
A. Inverted
B. Upright
C. Oblique
D. Horizontal F V F

48. A photocopy “Xerox” machine produces an image that is of equal size as the
Considering the location of an object in a convex lens, where is the object
located or placed to produce an image that is of equal to object.
A. at F
B. at 2F
C. Between F and V
D. Between 2F and F

49. Which of the following optical instrument will be used to produce a reduced and
inverted image of a distant object.
A. Camera
B. Projector
C. Microscope
D. Refracting Telescope

50. Identify this optical instrument which uses two convex lenses to make a smaller
Object larger.
A. Camera
B. Microscope
C. Oscilloscope
D. Telescope