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SHUN TAK FRATERNAL ASSOCIATION LEUNG KAU KUI COLLEGE

FIRST-TERM FORM TEST (2010/11)


Form Two Integrated Science
Date of Test
Time Allowed
Instructions

:
:
:

22 October, 2010
45 minutes.
Answer ALL questions.
Write your answers on the answer sheets provided.

Section A :
Multiple Choice Questions (21 marks)
1.
Which of the following statements about the experiment shown in the diagram is CORRECT?
A.
B.
C.
D.

Sodium hydrogencarbonate is used to supply carbon


dioxide to the plant.
There is no simple test for gas G.
Breathed air contains about 4% of gas G.
The plant is making starch while gas G is needed.

+ sodium
hydrogencarbonate

2.

Which of the following may happen if there is no green plant on the Earth ?
(1) The amount of oxygen in air will decrease.
(2) The amount of carbon dioxide in air will increase.
(3) No living thing can survive after some time.
A. (1) and (2) only
B.
(1) and (3) only
C. (2) and (3) only
D.
(1), (2) and (3)

3.

Which of the following substances CANNOT turns iodine solution blue black?
A. meat
B.
rice
C. potato
D.
bread

4.

Which of the following method(s) puts out a fire by lowering the temperature?
(1) Pouring a bucket of sand onto a fire.
(2) Covering a pan fire with a lid
(3) Spraying water onto a fire.
A. (1) only
B.
(2) only
C. (3) only
D.
(1) and (2) only

5.

Which of the following method(s) puts out a fire by blocking oxygen from the fire?
(1) Pouring a bucket of sand onto a fire.
(2) Covering a pan fire with a lid
(3) Spraying water onto a fire.
A. (1) only
B.
(2) only
C. (3) only
D.
(1) and (2) only

6.

Which of the following units is/are for measuring the amount of energy in food?
(1) kJ
(2)
kcal
(3)
kg
A. (1) only
B.
(2) only
C. (3) only
D.
(1) and (2) only

7.

Which part of a plant takes in carbon dioxide during photosynthesis?


A. leaf
B.
flower
C. root
D.
seed

8.

Which of the following processes does NOT add carbon dioxide to the atmosphere?
(1) Combustion of petrol
(2) Smoking of cigarettes
(3) Manufacture of food by growing plants
A. (1) only
B.
(2) only
C. (3) only
D.
(1) and (2) only
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9.

Which of the following gas(es) is/are usually used in quick freezing?


(1) Oxygen
(2)
Nitrogen
(3)
Noble gases
A. (1) only
B.
(2) only
C. (3) only
D.
(1) and (2) only

10.

A student designed the following experimental


set-up to prove that green plants need to take in
carbon dioxide in order to produce sugar and
starch. The control of the experiment is shown
on the right:
If he wants to design an experiment to compare
with the control, the experimental set-up must
A. not contain air.
B. not contain plant.
C. not contain soda lime pellets.
D. contain a non-green plant instead of a
green plant.

11.

Soda lime

When there is a fire, smoke is all around. We should crawl on the floor while escaping
(1) to avoid being hurt by falling objects.
(2) to avoid breathing in too much smoke and getting suffocated.
(3) because crawling requires less energy and lower the demand for oxygen.
A. (2) only
B.
(1) and (3) only
C. (2) and (3) only
D.
(1), (2) and (3).

Directions: Questions 12 to 13 refer to the following data.


Glowing splint
Burning splint
X
Goes out
Goes out
Y
Goes out
Goes out
12.

13.

14.

X can be
(1) oxygen
A. (1) only
C. (3) only

(2) carbon dioxide

Y can be
(1) oxygen
A. (1) only
C. (3) only

Lime water
No change
Milky

B.
D.

(3) Nitrogen
(2) only
(1) and (3) only

B.
D.

(3) Nitrogen
(2) only
(1) and (3) only

(2) carbon dioxide

Iodine solution
No change
No change

Which of the following food chains is NOT reasonable?


A. algae shrimp fish
B.
human crab algae
C. grass sheep lion
D.
fish seal killer whale

Section B :
1.

Fill in the Blanks

(15 marks)

(a) _ are called producer because they make their own food by
animals that feed on producers are called
(d) _ a

(b) _ while

(c) _ in a food chain.

2.

Oxygen can

3.

4.

About 78% of air is

5.

There is no simple test for nitrogen because this gas is

(e) _ and this is the test for oxygen.

(f) _ leaf has green part and non-green part.


(g) _ and

(h) _% is oxygen.
(i) _. Neon is also

(i) _ and

they are called (j) _.


6.
7.

Testing paper for water should be put in a (k) _ because it will turn its colour due to the (l) _ in air.
(m) _ is a process for removing starch in the leaves. This can be done by
keeping the plant in

(n) _ for at least

(o) _ hours.

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Section C :
True or False
(9 marks)
1.
The percentage of water vapour in air is constant.
2.
Argon gas is used to fill light bulb because it will not react with the tungsten wire easily.
3.
Breathed air and unbreathed air contain the same amount of nitrogen.
4.
Water can put out fires by taking away the fuel.
5.
Breathed air contains more carbon dioxide than oxygen.
6.
Green plants help to maintain the balance of carbon dioxide and oxygen in nature.
7.
We can use sodium hydrogencarbonate to absorb carbon dioxide.
8.
Helium gas is lighter than air.
9.
Butter has higher energy content than vegetables.
Section D :
Questions (55 marks)
1.
The diagram below shows five test tubes containing hydrogencarbonate indicator solution originally
red in colour. They are placed under strong sunlight for a few hours.

(20 marks)

(a) State the results of the experiment. Complete the table in the answer sheet.

(5%)

(b) Explain for the results in tubes (1) and (3).

(2%)

(c) Explain for the results in tubes (2) and (4).

(2%)

(d) If the leaves in tubes (1) and (3) are taken for an iodine test, what will be the colour changes
(i)

for the leaf in tube (1) ?

(ii)

for the leaf in tube (3) ?

(e) What is the function of the tube (5)?

(2%)
(1%)

(f) Study the following processes for testing starch in a green leaf.

2.

(I)

Put the leaf in warm water for few seconds. (II) Boil the leaf in boiling water for two minutes.

(III)

Add few drops of iodine to the leaf.

(i)

Arrange the above steps in a correct sequence.

(2%)

(ii)

Explain the purpose of the steps (I), (II) and (IV) above.

(3%)

(iii)

Suggest THREE safety precautions for the test.

(3%)

(IV)

Put the leaf in hot alcohol for ten mintues.

In set-up A, a pupil continues to blow air into the tube. In set-up B, air is pumped into the test tube.
(13 marks)

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2.

Study the diagram on page 3 and answer the following questions.

a)

What would be the colour of the lime water in i) setup A and ii) setup B after 2 minutes?

(2%)

b) What can be concluded from the above results?

(2%)

c)

(1%)

State the dependent variable of the study.

d) State the independent variable of this study.

(1%)

e) If the colour of the lime water in setup B turns milky after 30 minutes, what can be concluded? (1%)
f)

Suggest two uses of the gas under investigation in the test.

(2%)

g) Describe the steps of an experiment to show that breathed air contains less oxygen than normal air. (4%)

3.

The diagram below shows an experiment to burn a piece of bread in air.

(22 marks)

air

(a) Give THREE observations for the above experiment.

(3%)

(b) X is used to test for water in the gas jar. What is X?

(1%)

(c) What is the colour change of X if water is present on the inner surface of the gas jar.

(1%)

(d) In another experiment, a piece of burning bread is put into a jar of oxygen.
(i)

What is the energy change of this process.

(2%)

(ii) Give the word equation of this process.

(2%)

(iii) Compare the amount of carbon dioxide formed in this experiment with the experiment in part (a).
Explain for the difference.

(3%)

(e) The amount of carbon dioxide produced in the experiment in part (d) is measured. Potato chip is burnt
with the same experimental setup and the amount of carbon dioxide produced by burning potato chip is
measured. A student is trying to compare the amount of carbon dioxide produced in burning different food
samples in order to find out which food contains the greatest amount of energy.
(i) State the dependent variable of the study.

(1%)

(ii) State the independent variable of this study.

(1%)

(iii) Suggest TWO controlled variables for this study.

(2%)

(iv) No valid conclusion can be drawn from this experiment. Explain why.

(2%)

(v) Suggest a situation of the experiment that can draw a valid conclusion

(1%)

(f) In another experiment, a piece of burning bread is put into a jar of helium.
(i) Give an observation for this experiment.

(1%)

(ii) Explain the observation stated in part (i).

(1%)

(iii) Suggest one use of helium in our daily life.

(1%)

END OF PAPER
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FIRST-TERM FORM TEST (2010/11)
Form Two Integrated Science
Answer Sheets
Date of Test

22 October, 2010

Mark : ________________

Class (Class no.)

_____ (

Name : ________________

Section A Multiple choice


Put a to indicate your answer for each question.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

10

11

12

13

14

A
B
C
D

Section B Fill in the blanks


(a) _________________________

(b)

_________________________

(c)

_________________________

(d) _________________________

(e)

_________________________

(f)

_________________________

(g) _________________________

(h)

_________________________

(i)

_________________________

(j) _________________________

(k)

_________________________

(l)

_________________________

(m) _________________________

(n)

_________________________

(o)

_________________________

Section C True or False


Write True if the statement is true and False if it is false.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Section D Questions
1. (a)
Tube (1)

Tube (2)

Tube (3)

Tube (4)

Tube (5)

Colour of the
hydrogencarbonate
indicator solution
(b)

________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________

(c)

________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________

(d)

(i) ______________________________________

(ii) ________________________________________

(e)

________________________________________________________________________________________

(f)

(i) ______ ______ ______ ______


(ii) _____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
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(iii) _____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
2. (a)

(i) ______________________________________ (ii) __________________________________________

(b)

________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________

(c)

__________________________________________ (d) _________________________________________

(e)

________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________

(f)

________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________

(g)

________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________

3. (a)

________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________

(b)

_________________________________________

(c)

_________________________________________

(d)

(i) _____________________________________________________________________________________
(ii) _____________________________________________________________________________________
(iii) _____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________

(e)

(i) _______________________________________ (ii) _________________________________________


(iii) _____________________________________________________________________________________
(iv) _____________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
(v) ______________________________________________________________________________________

(f)

(i) _____________________________________________________________________________________
(ii) _____________________________________________________________________________________
(iii) _____________________________________________________________________________________
END
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SHUN TAK FRATERNAL ASSOCIATION LEUNG KAU KUI COLLEGE


FIRST-TERM FORM TEST (2010/11)
Form Two Integrated Science Answer
Section A Multiple choice
1
A

10

11

12

9
9

C
9

9
9

13

14

Section B Fill in the blanks


(a) Plants
(b) photosynthesis
(c) consumers
(d) relights
(e) glowing splint
(f) variegated leaf
(g) nitrogen
(h) 21
(i) inactive / unreactive
(j) inert gases (k) dessicator
(l) water vapour
(n) Destarching
(n) darkness / dark condition
(o) 24
Section C True or False
Write True if the statement is true and False if it is false.
1
2
3
4
5
6
False
True
True
False
False
True

7
False

8
True

9
True

Section D Questions
1. (a)
Tube (1)

Tube (2)

Tube (3)

Tube (4)

Tube (5)

Colour of the
yellow
yellow
Red / purple
yellow
red
hydrogencarbon
indicator solutio
(b) Tube (1) turns yellow because green leaf give out carbon dioxide during breathing. (1)
Tube (3) turns purple / remain red because photosynthesis absorb carbon dioxide. (1)
(c)

(d)

Grasshopper gives out carbon dioxide during breathing (1) in both light condition and dark condition.
(1)
(i) no colour change (1)

(ii) brown to blue black / black blue / dark blue (1)

(e) It is a control (1) for comparison.


(f) (i) (II) (IV) (I) (III) (2) 0.5 mark deduction for each mistake
(ii) Step (I) softens the leaf. (1) Step (II) kills leaf cell. (1) Step (IV) removes chlorophyll. (1)
(iii) Wear safety glasses. (1) Turn off the flame before step (IV). (1) Open windows. (1) (any
reasonable answer)
2. (a) (i) milky (ii) no change
(b)

Breathed air contains more carbon dioxide (1) than unbreathed air. (1)

(c) Color change in lime water / amount of carbon dioxide (1)


(d) Different type of air. OR Breathed air and Unbreathed air. (1)
(e)

It contains little amount of carbon dioxide. (1)

(f)

fire extinguisher / gas in soft drink / dry ice for freezing (any 2, one mark each)
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(g) Collect normal air in a gas jar. (0.5) Collect breathed air by blowing air into the inverted gas jar
under water. (1.5) Put a burning splint in two gas gar. (1) The burning splint that goes out faster
contains less oxygen. (1)
3. (a)

The flame goes out after few minutes. Mist formed on the inner wall of the gas jar. The gas jar become warm.
The red hydrogencarbonate indicator changes to yellow. X turns from blue to pink. (any 3, 1 mark each)

(b)

cobalt chloride paper (1) (c)

blue to pink (1)

(d)

(i) chemical energy (1) change to light and heat energy (1) (0.5 mark deduction for each mistake)
(ii) food + oxygen (1) carbon dioxide + water + energy (1) (0.5 mark deduction for each mistake)
(iii) More carbon dioxide will form in this experiment. (1) In this experiment, there is more oxygen (1), so the
food can burn more completely to give out more carbon dioxide. (1)

(e)

(i) amount of carbon dioxide (1) (ii) different type of food (1)
(iii) same volume of gas jar. same amount of food. same type of gas in the gas jar. (any 2, 1 mark each)
(iv) Oxygen may not be enough for complete burning of the food. (1) The amount of carbon dioxide cannot
represents the energy content of the food. (1)
(v) Oxygen is enough for complete burning. / Very little amount of food is used to ensure complete burning. (1)

(f)

(i) The flame will goes out immediately. (1)


(ii) helium cannot support burning. / Mo oxygen in the gas jar, so the food cannot burn. (1)
(iii) make balloon / airship (1)

END

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