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Department of Education
Region IV-A CALABARZON

THIRD PERIODIC TEST IN PHYSICAL SCIENCE 11


School Year 2019-2020

NAME: ______________________________ DATE: _________________


SECTION: ___________________________ SCORE: ________________

I. Multiple Choice
Directions: Read and analyze each statement below. Then, encircle the letter of the correct answer.

1. Which of these is true about the Big Bang model?


A. Cosmic expansion stopped at some point in time.
B. The singularity is an established, well-defined part of the model.
C. Part of its proof is the amounts of H and He we have in the universe today.
D. The Big Bang was a big explosion that threw matter into many different directions.

2. From the listed statement below, how are you going to describe CMBR?
A. red shifted galaxies C. the first primordial elements
B. the shape of the universe D. leftover heat from the big bang

3. What is a third evidence of the Big Bang?


A. primordial argon C. primordial helium
B. thermal radiation D. red shifted galaxies

4. Which is true with the following statement about the formation of heavy elements in the universe?
A. A star gets lighter as time goes on.
B. The heavy elements in a star are found in its core.
C. Most of the heaviest elements were formed in main-sequence stars.
D. In primordial nucleosynthesis, heavier elements are formed from combining lighter ones.

5. ______ is a force that causes dust particles to stick together in a nebula.


A. gravity C. iron
B. hydrogen D. nuclear fusion

6. Put the stars in order from hottest to coolest.


A. Blue, Red, White, Yellow, Orange, C. Red, White, Yellow, Orange, Blue
B. Blue, White, Yellow, Red, Orange D. Blue, White, Yellow, Orange, Red

7. What is the process that occurs in the core of a star, like the sun, that produces energy?
A. convection C. fission
B. decay D. fusion

8. What is not produced when light elements undergo nuclear fusion?


A. energy C. heavier elements
B. light D. lighter elements

9. After a supernova of what used to be a blue star with a very large mass, what is left?
A. white hole C. black dwarf star
B. black hole D. white dwarf star

10. The color of the star tells us its _________________.


A. composition C. Temperature
B. Luminosity D. Mass

11. Which of the following was not part of the ideas of Leucippus and Democritus?
A. The universe is made up of either atoms or a void.
B. The universe changes because atoms move about, combine, collide and separate.
C. An object is made of small, indivisible parts which influence the object’s properties.
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D. The universe is made up of four elements that combine and separate to cause change.

12. He is the most prominent Greek philosopher who believed that the world was made of four
elements.
A. Aristotle C. Dalton
B. Anaxagoras D. Empedocles

13. This field of study pave the way of what we called now as Chemistry.
A. alchemy C. mysticism
B. metallurgy D. witchcraft

14. The __________ contains the protons and neutrons of an atom, and is most of the mass of an atom
A. Atomic mass C. electrons
B. Atomic number D. nucleus

15. For an atom which is neutral, which of these must be true?


A. The atomic number is equal to the mass number.
B. The number of electrons is equal to the number of neutrons.
C. The number of protons is equal to the number of electrons.
D. The number of protons is equal to the number of neutrons.

16. In Rutherford's alpha-scattering experiment, a foil of element that used was _______________.
A. aluminum C. magnesium
B. gold D. silver

17. The particle discovered as a result of cathode ray experiments is the _____________.
A. electron C. nucleus
B. neutron D. proton

18. According to Rutherford,


A. neutrons revolve around the nucleus. C. protons revolve around the nucleus.
B. nucleus revolve around the electrons. D. electrons revolve around the nucleus.

19. The charge of an atom is


A. negative C. positive
B. neutral D. unbalanced

20. Which of the following describes the discovery of electrons?


A. miniature solar system C. foil experiment
B. plum-pudding model D. quantum model

21. Which sequence shows the correct order of discovery, with the earliest first?
A. Cathode rays, nuclear model, Plum Pudding model, quantum model
B. Cathode rays, Plum Pudding model, nuclear model, quantum model
C. Cathode rays, Plum Pudding model, quantum model, nuclear model
D. Plum Pudding model, cathode rays, nuclear model, quantum model

22. In Rutherford’s gold foil experiment, some of the alpha particles passed straight through the gold
Foil, completely undeflected. What could Rutherford conclude from this observation?
A. Electrons have a positive charge.
B. Alpha particles have a positive charge.
C. The atom is made up of mostly empty space.
D. There must be a small, positively charged dense area within the atom.

23. What contribution did John Dalton make to atomic theory?


A. He discovered that atoms had nuclei.
B. He discovered that every atom was positively charged.
C. He discovered that atoms could be divided into smaller parts.
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D. He discovered that every element consisted of one type of atom.

24. Place the following scientists in order, from earliest to latest: A) Ernest Rutherford; B) J.J.
Thomson; C) John Dalton
A. B, C, A C. C, A, B
B. A, C, D D. C,B, A

25. How are electrons arranged in an atom?


A. by color C. in energy levels
B. by shape D. in groups of five

II. Compute & Illustrate


Directions: Determine the polarity of the following compounds based on electronegativity differences
and molecular geometry by illustrating it. Show your solution & illustration at the back of the paper.

Molecular geometry Polarity

26-28. HBr
29-31. PH3
32-34. SiS2
35-37. O2
38-40. BCl3

III. Find and Analyze


Directions: Identify the most probable intermolecular force of attraction in the following using your
Periodic Table.
41. KCl——KCl
42. NH3——NH3
43. Na2S——Na2S
44. HF——HF
45. MgS——MgS
46. CH3OH——CH3OH
47. H2——H2
48. CuO——CuO
49. SbH3——SbH3
50. CO2——CO2

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