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1. Common home appliances are the following except
a. Microwave
b. wavelength
c. oven
d. washing machine
e. refrigerator
2. _____ is the path which electricity can move
A. Current
B. circuit
C. electricity
D. Component
E. None of the above
3. ______ need to be completed in order for lamps to light up.
A. Electricity
B. current
C. circuit
D. Wire
E. switch
4. The ______ must be connected correctly to form a complete circuit.
A. Bulb
B. wire
C. components
D. switch
E. batteries
5. The following are the components of an electric circuit except
A. Wire
B. battery
C. lamp
D. Current
E. switch
6. The following can cause break in circuit except
A. When switches are off
B. incomplete connections
C. faulty components
D. Good batteries
E. All of the above
7. _____ are used purposely to safely break and complete circuits
A. Wire
B. switches
C. battery
D. . lamp
E. None of the above
8. A material through which heat and electricity flow easily is called —–
A. Insulator
B. Resistance
C. Short circuit
D. Conductor
E. Long circuit

9. All of these are examples of insulators except ——–
A. Rubber
B. Plastics
C. Trees
D. Iron
E. None of the above
10. Material that slows the flow of heat and electricity are called —–
A. Insulator
B. Conductor
C. Short circuit
D. Resistance
E. Long circuit

11. _____ involves free electrons gathered at one position
A. Current electricity
B. circuit electricity
C. static electricity
D. mobile electricity
E. stagnant electricity

12. _____ is a type of movement of free electrons in chemical substances and metals.
A. Static electricity
B. current electricity
C. electrical electricity
D. mobile electricity
E. stagnant electricity
13. Which of these is not an example of static electricity?
A. Two magnets sticking together
B. Paper sticking to a balloon
C. Lightning
D. Socks sticking together out of the dryer
E. None of the above
14. A magnet is a ————–
A. a wooden figure
B. an object that attracts, or pulls, on certain materials like iron and steel
C. a magnetic force
D. electric force
E. all of the above
15. Like poles of magnet ____ when facing each other
A. Attracts
B. repels
C. enclose
D. none of the above
E. dance
16. Unlike poles of two magnets ____ when facing each other
A. Attracts
B. enclose
C. repels
D. none of the above
E. fight
17. What causes a magnet to attract and repel?
A. magnetic force
B. contact force
C. gravity
D. magic
E. none of the above.
18. The following materials can be attracted by magnets except
A. Iron
B. rubber
C. steel
D. nickel
E. sand
19. ____ is anything that has mass and occupies space.
A. Atom
B. element
C. matter
D. Molecule
E. compounds
20. In earth planet, matter is found in how many states?
A. 2
B. 4
C. 3
D. 4
E. 9
21. Three states of matter are .
A. solid, liquid, and gas
B. buoyancy, mass, shape
C. gas, liquid, and mixture
D. density, weight, and gas
E. gas, solid, and mixture

22. Water is in a state in the form of ice.
A. solid
B. liquid
C. gas
D. none of the above.
E. All of the above

23. ____ has a fixed shape, mass and volume
A. Liquid
B. gas
C. solid
D. Liquid d and gas
E. Solid and liquid
24. ____ is a type of matter that can exist in all the three states
A. Water
B. stone
C. wood
D. Metal
E. Hydrogen
25. Which one of these is an example of a gas?
A. hydrogen
B. juice
C. oil
D. brick
E. lime

26. is the process of liquid water turning into water vapour.
A. Storage
B. Precipitation
C. Evaporation
D. Condensation
E. None of the above

27. At what temperature Celsius does water boil?
A. 0 degrees
B. 32 degrees
C. 100 degrees
D. 212 degrees
E. 90 degrees

28. Water freezes at degrees Fahrenheit and degrees Celsius.
A. 32, 100
B. 212, 100
C. 32, 0
D. 212, 0
E. 52, 19

29. The volume of a depends on the size of its container.
A. liquid
B. solid
C. gas
D. solution
E. stone
30. Which one of this is a liquid?
A. ice
B. pizza
C. snow
D. kerosene
E. peebles
31. One of these is not a characteristic of water.
A. Colorless
B. Odourless
C. Colorful
D. Tasteless
E. Odourless
32. Water changes states in nature in the process called
A. Water vapour
B. water cylinder
C. water cycle
D. water droplet
E. water evapouration
33. The highness and lowness of sound is called the
A. Pitch
B. soundproof
C. high frequency
D. none of the above
E. sound
34. Sound can be measured in
A. Decibel
B. meribel
C. laribel
D. Megabel
E. Decibel
35. Incineration, composting and land filling can be used for
A. refuse disposal
B. sewage disposal
C. paper disposal
D. all of the above
E. None of the above.
36. All of these are the benefits of refuge disposal except ——-
A. It saves our environment from pollutants
B. It is a waste of time
C. It affords access to raw materials
D. It promotes personal hygiene
E. None of the above

37. The of a sound is how high or low the sound is.
A. volume
B. pitch
C. noise
D. frequency
E. sound wave
38. The number of times a sound vibrates in one second is called?
A. Frequency
B. Vibration
C. Pitch
D. Sound waves
E. Chord
39. Your vibrate to make the sound of your voice.
A. brain
B. eardrum
C. vocal chords
D. heart
E. ear
40. Light is a form of .
A. matter
B. gas
C. energy
D. sound
E. water

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