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OUR LADY OF THE PILLAR ACADEMY BAGO (OLPA-B.I.

) INCORPORATED
FINAL EXAM
SCIENCE 8
OCTOBER 23-24, 2018

NAME:____________________________ GRADE&SECTION:____________SCORE:______

I. IDENTIFICATION

Identify who or what is being described in the sentence. Choose your answer from
the box below. Write your answers on the space provided before each number.

Gaspard Coriolis Work Gravitational Potential Energy

James Prescotte Joule Energy Positive Work

James Watt Power Negative Work

Kinetic Energy Watt Conservation of Energy

Elastic Potential Energy Joule Mechanical Energy

_____________1) It is defined as the product of force and displacement.

_____________2) The unit of measure for work is in honor of his name, who is he?

_____________3) It is the work described when the component doing the work is in the
same direction as the displacement.

_____________4) It is the work described when the component doing the work is opposite
the direction of the motion.

_____________5) It is the ability to do work.

_____________6) It is the sum of potential and kinetic energy.

_____________7) It is the unit of measure for energy.

_____________8) It states that “Energy is neither created nor destroyed, it can only change
from one form to another”.

_____________9) It is the energy possessed by a body because of its position.

_____________10) It is the energy possessed by a body because of its motion.

_____________11) It is the energy possessed by spring or rubber band when stretched or


compressed.

_____________12) He defined work as the product of force and displacement.


_____________13) It is the rate of doing work.

_____________14) It is the unit of measure for power.

_____________15) The unit of measure for power is named after him, who is he?

II. TRUE OR FALSE

Analyze the given statements and identify whether it is true or false. Write TRUE if
the statement is correct and FALSE if otherwise. Write your answers on the space
provided before each number.

_____________1) Energy is a vector quantity.

_____________2) A system that possesses energy has the capability to do work on another.

_____________3) The force constant of a spring is the force needed to produce a unit
elongation of the spring.

_____________4) The kinetic energy of a moving object does not depend on its mass and
velocity.

_____________5) Energy is created and destroyed.

_____________6) Another unit for power is horsepower.

_____________7) Motors and engines are rated in horsepower.

_____________8) 1 horsepower is equal to 750 watts.

_____________9) Time is important in doing work.

_____________10) The SI unit for power is ampere.

III. Analyze the work described then tell whether it is described in Physics or in Economics.
Write P if it is described in Physics and E if described in Economics. Write your
answers on the space provided before each number.

_____________1) A teacher who is teaching.

_____________2) A doctor checking his patients.

_____________3) A weightlifter lifting a weight.

_____________4) A photographer taking a photo.

_____________5) A shopper pushing a cart.


_____________6) A student pulling a chair.

_____________7) An engineer constructing a bridge.

_____________8) A man lifting a log.

_____________9) A reporter reporting an accident.

_____________10) A girl carrying a bag.

IV. ENUMERATION

Give what is being asked.

 The four forms of energy

1.

2.

3.

4.

 The two kinds Potential Energy

5.

6.

 The three Physical Properties involved in Power

7.

8.

9.

V. PROBLEM SOLVING

Solve the given problems.

1. How much work is done by a shopper in pushing his grocery cart by a force of 16N
through a distance of 2.4m?
2. A 26 kg child climbs a 3m high tree. What is the potential energy of the child with
respect to the ground?

3. A coiled spring in a waist trimming exerciser requires a force of 36N to compress it


by 0.3m.

a) Find the force constant of the spring.

b) How much force is needed to compress it by 0.4m?

c) What is its potential energy when compressed by 0.2m?

4. Which has greater kinetic energy: a 6 kg cat moving at 3.4 m/s or a 9 kg dog moving
at 2.3 m/s?
5. A man is pulling an object with a force of 36.5N with a distance of 8m in 5 seconds.
Find the power in watts expended by the man.

“ Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart”
- Psalm 37:4

GOD BLESS!

PREPARED BY:
ALEAH MAE V. MAGNO
OUR LADY OF THE PILLAR ACADEMY BAGO (OLPA-B.I.) INCORPORATED
FINAL EXAM

OBJECTIVES WORK ENERGY POWER TOTAL

SCIENCE 8
TABLE OF SPECIFICATION
IDENTIFY WHO OR WHAT IS BEING
5 7 3 15
DESCRIBED.

ANALYZE IF THE GIVEN STATEMENTS


ARE TRUE OR FALSE AND WHETHER
10 5 5 20
THE WORK DESCRIBED IS IN PHYSICS
OR IN ECONOMICS.

ENUMERATE WHAT IS BEING ASKED. 0 6 3 9

SOLVE THE GIVEN PROBLEMS. 1 4 1 6

NO. OF ITEMS 16 22 12 50

NO. OF HOURS 8 11 6 25

PREPARED BY:

ALEAH MAE V. MAGNO