Released Common Exam 2012 Eric Angat Teacher NearFaster

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Released Common Exam 2012 Eric Angat Teacher NearFaster FarSlower 1. Which statement describes the motion of Earth around the sun?

A. The speed of Earth is constant regardless of its distance from the sun. B. The speed of Earth is constant because the distance remains the same between Earth and the sun. C. Speed increases the farther Earth is from the sun and decreases the closer it is to the sun. D. Speed increases the closer Earth is to the sun and decreases the farther it is from the sun.

summer winter Earth is tilted at 23.5 degrees that results to our seasons.

2. If it is summer in the northern hemisphere, which statement is true? A. Earth has changed the tilt of its axis by 20 degrees due to its revolution. B. It is winter in the southern hemisphere due to the tilt of Earths axis. C. It is summer in the southern hemisphere

due to the tilt of Earths axis. D. Earth has reached its closest point to the sun due to its revolution. Combined gravity of the moon and the Sun results to higher high tide. Spring tide

3. How does a straight alignment between Earth, the sun, and the moon impact the tides on Earth? A. It produces the greatest change in high and low tides. B. It produces the least change in high and low tides. C. It produces semidiurnal tides.

D. It produces diurnal tides. Fission-splits Powers nuclear power plants Fusion-combines Powers the Sun Nuclear Fission

Nuclear Fusion Worldwide nuclear power Powers the stars and plants near earthquake nuclear bombs. zones. Fuel: Hydrogen Fuel: Uranium

Atomic Bomb dropped in Horoshima and Nagasaki, Japan http://www.weather.gov.hk/education/dbcp/pow_stat/eng/r5.htm Nuclear Bomb tested 450 x or more stronger than the atomic bomb.

4. Which describes the difference between nuclear fission and nuclear fusion? A. Nuclear fission is the process that produces the radiant energy of stars, and nuclear fusion splits a heavier nucleus into smaller nuclei. B. Nuclear fission splits a heavier nucleus into smaller nuclei, and nuclear fusion is the process that produces the radiant energy of stars.

C. Nuclear fission produces the energy in the core of Earth, and nuclear fusion produces energy in nuclear power plants. D. Nuclear fission produces energy in nuclear power plants, and nuclear fusion produces the energy in the core of Earth. Outer space

Suns heat travels in the form of electromagnetic waves 5. How does heat from the sun get to Earth?

A. by radiation, using electromagnetic waves to transfer the heat B. by convection, using liquids and gases to transfer the heat C. by conduction, using solids to transfer the heat D. by absorption, using primary waves to transfer the heat

Sunlight is used as energy for photosynthesis 6. Why do green plants require solar energy? A. to produce their own food B. to absorb nitrogen into their roots

C. to release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere D. to decompose the dead or decaying remains of animals Atlantic Ocean mid-ocean ridge Divergent boundary

7. Which structure can form as a result of a divergent plate boundary? A. a continental volcanic arc, due to the collision of two plates B. a continental mountain, due to the collision of two plates C. a mid-ocean ridge, due to the

separation of two plates D. an ocean trench, due to the separation of two plates Shallow focus means stronger earthquake Epicenter

Seismic waves Focus Focus shallow

deep 8. Which would produce the most severe earthquake damage along the surface of Earth? A. an earthquake with a deep focus and a magnitude of 2.5 B. an earthquake with a shallow focus and a magnitude of 2.5

C. an earthquake with a deep focus and a magnitude of 4.5 D. an earthquake with a shallow focus and a magnitude of 4.5 Calculate the distance and time of seismic waves to determine the epicenter of the earthquake. Where the three intersects is the

epicenter. 9. How do scientists determine the location of the epicenter? A. by studying a graph showing the time differences between the seismic waves as they travel through Earth. B. by studying a graph showing the decrease in air pressure in higher

altitudes. Wind blows the sand Desert is type of biome that has little or no precipitation. 10. Which agent of erosion

leads to the formation of sand dunes? A. ice B. wind C. water D. gravity Water expands when it freezes causing frost

wedging. frost wedging. 11. How can water be an agent for physical weathering? A. by absorbing gases from the atmosphere and ground to chemically react with minerals

B. by seeping into the soil and dissolving the minerals in rocks C. by absorbing sulfur oxides and creating acid precipitation D. by seeping into the cracks of rocks and freezing Flood plain artificial levees

help prevent flooding 12. Which is most likely a prevention strategy for flooding? A. building artificial levees B. reducing water consumption C. recycling bottled-water containers D. building waste landfills for

metals and other contaminants No trees lead to erosion erosion 13. How could the removal of trees and other vegetation

impact an environment? A. by increasing oxygen production B. by increasing soil formation C. by increasing transpiration D. by increasing erosion Sand stabilized shoreline sand is added to

prevent water from eroding properties short-term solution Sand is easily eroded. Riperian buffer stabilized shoreline

stabilized shoreline due to the presence of rocks and plants. 14. Large quantities of sand can be added to the beach to stabilize the shoreline. Which describes a disadvantage of this process?

A. It causes inland erosion. B. It is a short-term solution. C. It creates a barrier that prevents the tides from occurring along the coastline. D. It creates a wall that disrupts the vegetation along the coastline. Water vapor

Uranium-fuel of nuclear power plant Radiation danger Carbon dioxide is a

greenhouse gas Coal-fuel of coal plant 15. Which is an advantage of safely using uranium as an energy source rather than using coal?

A. Uranium produces energy without polluting the atmosphere, while burning coal can increase the CO2 in the atmosphere. B. Uranium reduces the amount of thermal pollution, while burning coal can increase the amount of thermal pollution. C. Uranium is the most cost-efficient energy resource, while coal is the most expensive energy resource. D. Uranium can be easily mined from deep within Earth,

while coal is a hard resource to mine from deep within Earth. Results to Uneven distribution of heat Global ocean current

16. Which results from the unequal heating of the ocean water of Earth? A. a constant sea level B. changes in tidal patterns C. unchanging climate for all regions on Earth D. changes in ocean current

patterns Ocean currents distributes heat and coldness. Like in sea breeze and

land breeze 17. Why are ocean currents important to coastal regions? A. They produce high and low tides along coastal regions. B. They can warm or cool the air temperatures along coastal regions.

C. They move vertically pushing warm water and nutrients to the surface along coastal regions. D. They increase the rate of precipitation as cold water moves along coastal regions. Spring water- groundwater to move laterally and emerge onto the surface of Earth. Spring water does not come

from lakes. It comes from groundwater. ground water 18. Which is formed when a section of impermeable rock forces groundwater to move laterally and emerge onto the

surface of Earth? A. a spring B. an aquifer C. a geyser D. a well No precipitation means No

infiltration and recharge of groundwater. 19. How could a long-term decrease in precipitation impact an area? A. It could increase the average water level of lakes in the area.

B. It could increase the amount of flooding in the area. C. It could decrease the amount of possible infiltration in the area. D. It could decrease the possible amount of damage to crops in the area. Higher population means more pollution and diseases.

20. Which consequence could an exponentially growing human population have on drinkable water? A. It could cause a decrease in the amount of waste and pollutants in the water supply. B. It could cause an increase in the amount of water available for the population.

C. It could cause an increase in cases of waterborne diseases. D. It could cause a decrease in needing water for survival. Reasons to build Dams Water storage

1. Reserve water for human consumption during summer and drought. 2. Produce electricity or Hydroelectricity

21. A local government is considering whether to build a dam. Which is an advantage of building this structure? A. It can decrease the accumulation of sediment in the water. B. It can improve the natural habitat of plants and animals.

C. It is an inexpensive process. D. It can create a storage place for water. Pipes to draw water from the aquifer. water. Aquifer or groundwater becomes salty and unusable.

Saltwater intrusion to aquifer. 22. The drilling for freshwater increases along a coastal area. What is a likely consequence of this action? A. an intrusion of salt water into aquifers

B. the loss of water resources in estuaries C. the destruction of estuaries because of an increase in sea levels D. a decrease in salt concentration in inlet waterways Most abundant

weather 23. In which atmospheric layer of Earth do thunderstorms occur? A. thermosphere B. mesosphere C. stratosphere

D. troposphere A soil with 30% clay, 50% sand, and 20% silt sandy clay loam . is called a ________________ SILT CLAY

SAND 24. A soil with 9 % clay, 67 % sand, and 23 % silt is called a ________________ . Air moves from High pressure to Low pressure

25. Which statement describes the general movement of air masses? A. They move from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure. B. They move from areas of high altitude to areas of low altitude. C. They move from areas of low humidity to areas of high humidity.

D. They move from areas of low temperature to areas of high temperature. Precipitation from pushed warm air. Fast moving means it will be gone in a short

period of time. 26. Which most likely occurs when a fastmoving cold air mass moves into a region of warmer, moist air? A. It causes light precipitation for a long period of time. B. It causes light precipitation for a short period of time. C. It causes heavy precipitation for a long

period of time. D. It causes heavy precipitation for a short period of time. Warm air mass carrying a lot of water vapor from the ocean form hurricanes.

Hurricane USA, Typhoon- Philippines, Tropical cyclone-Autralia Warm water Warm and humid

air 27. Which contributes to the formation of hurricanes during the late summer? A. the interaction between ocean water salinity and warm air masses B. the interaction between ocean water currents and polar air masses C. the interaction between ocean water

temperatures and warm air masses D. the interaction between ocean water salinity and ocean water density Start with two thermometers, one dry and the other wet. 28 C 25 C

Subtract the wet-bulb temperature from the drybulb temperature. Wet cloth

Dry Bulb Thermometer Wet Bulb Thermometer 28 C 25 C = 3 C 3C

Find this number at the top of the chart and place your finger on it. The relative humidity is 78%. 100% relative humidity means it is raining.

Find the dry-bulb temperature in the first column on the left. 28 C 78 28. Find the relative humidity.

12 C 7C Wet cloth Dry Bulb Thermometer Wet Bulb

Thermometer A.35% B.52% C.48% D.50% 5C

Find this number at the top of the chart and place your finger on it. The relative humidity is 48%. 100% relative humidity means it is raining. 12 C

48 Find the dry-bulb temperature in the first column on the left. fridge Aerosols

Air conditioners 29. Which can lead to the depletion of the ozone layer of Earth? A. coal-fired power plants B. vehicle exhaust C. burning compost

D. aerosols Years Day to day Condition of the atmosphere 30. How is climate different from weather?

A. Climate is constantly changing, whereas weather changes slowly over time. B. Climate influences peoples daily activities, whereas weather influences peoples seasonal activities. C. Climate refers to the atmospheric conditions on a given date, whereas weather refers to the atmospheric conditions during a given season. D. Climate is based on observations made for a

region over several years, whereas weather is based on day-to-day observations made for a region. Urbanization The city develops a microclimate because of the pollution. A microclimate is

where the climate differs from the surrounding area. Micro-climate Is climate different from the surrounding climate due to urbanization.

Pollution 31. A local government voted against the largescale development of buildings and roads in the area. What could have been the motive behind their decision? A. It could lead to a decrease in the average annual temperature in the area. B. It could lead to the formation of heat islands, which may impact the microclimate in the area.

C. It could lead to the introduction of invasive species, which may impact the area. D. It could lead to a decrease in acid rain production in the area. Alternative Energy creates less Pollution compared to fossil fuel. Fossil Fuel

32. A company has several factories around the world and has decided to transition from burning fossil fuels to using alternative energy resources. How could a decrease in burning fossil fuels impact the atmosphere? A. It could decrease the oxygen levels of the atmosphere. B. It could increase the nitrogen levels of the

atmosphere. C. It could decrease the carbon dioxide levels of the atmosphere. D. It could increase the sulfur dioxide levels of the atmosphere. Heated water or thermal

pollution results to death or migration of fish. 33. Some factories can increase the amount of thermal pollution by dumping heated water into lakes and rivers. How can this type of

pollution affect aquatic environments? A. It can reduce the number of aquatic species in the environment. B. It can increase the amount of dissolved oxygen in the environment. C. It can reduce the decomposition rate of organisms in the environment. D. It can increase the life expectancy of animals in the aquatic environment.

Or suffer the consequences. 34. Since 1901, global surface temperatures have risen at an average rate of 0.13F every ten years. In which way could the average increase in global temperatures influence Earth?

A. by decreasing erosion within coastal ecosystems B. by decreasing periods of drought in all water systems C. by increasing the amount of flooding because of rising sea levels D. by increasing the formation of sea ice within polar regions

Non-living things Living things 35. Which example describes an abiotic factor that could impact the diversity of an ecosystem? A. An increase in prey can impact the number of predators in an ecosystem.

B. The introduction of an invasive species can change the amount of available resources in an ecosystem. C. An increase in the amount of acid rain can change the pH of the soil in an ecosystem. D. The competition for food can impact the survival rate between members of the same species in an ecosystem.

KEY 1. Which statement describes the motion of Earth around the sun? A. The speed of Earth is constant regardless of its distance from the sun. B. The speed of Earth is constant because the distance remains the same between Earth and the sun.

C. Speed increases the farther Earth is from the sun and decreases the closer it is to the sun. D. Speed increases the closer Earth is to the sun and decreases the farther it is from the sun. 2. If it is summer in the northern hemisphere, which statement is true? A. Earth has changed the tilt of its axis by 20 degrees due to its revolution.

B. It is winter in the southern hemisphere due to the tilt of Earths axis. C. It is summer in the southern hemisphere due to the tilt of Earths axis. D. Earth has reached its closest point to the sun due to its revolution. 3. How does a straight alignment between Earth, the sun, and the moon

impact the tides on Earth? A. It produces the greatest change in high and low tides. B. It produces the least change in high and low tides. C. It produces semidiurnal tides. D. It produces diurnal tides. 4. Which describes the difference between nuclear

fission and nuclear fusion? A. Nuclear fission is the process that produces the radiant energy of stars, and nuclear fusion splits a heavier nucleus into smaller nuclei. B. Nuclear fission splits a heavier nucleus into smaller nuclei, and nuclear fusion is the process that produces the radiant energy of stars. C. Nuclear fission produces the energy in the core of Earth, and nuclear fusion produces energy in nuclear

power plants. D. Nuclear fission produces energy in nuclear power plants, and nuclear fusion produces the energy in the core of Earth. 5. How does heat from the sun get to Earth? A. by radiation, using electromagnetic waves to transfer the heat

B. by convection, using liquids and gases to transfer the heat C. by conduction, using solids to transfer the heat D. by absorption, using primary waves to transfer the heat electromagnetic waves

6. Why do green plants require solar energy? A. to produce their own food B. to absorb nitrogen into their roots C. to release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere D. to decompose the dead or

decaying remains of animals 7. Which structure can form as a result of a divergent plate boundary? A. a continental volcanic arc, due to the collision of two plates B. a continental mountain, due to the collision of two plates C. a mid-ocean ridge, due to the

separation of two plates D. an ocean trench, due to the separation of two plates mid-ocean ridge 8. Which would produce the most severe earthquake damage along the surface of Earth?

A. an earthquake with a deep focus and a magnitude of 2.5 B. an earthquake with a shallow focus and a magnitude of 2.5 C. an earthquake with a deep focus and a magnitude of 4.5 D. an earthquake with a shallow focus and a magnitude of 4.5

9. How do scientists determine the location of the epicenter? A. by studying a graph showing the time differences between the seismic waves as they travel through Earth. B. by studying a graph showing the decrease in air pressure in higher altitudes.

10. Which agent of erosion leads to the formation of sand dunes? A. ice B. wind C. water D. gravity 11. How can water be an agent for physical

weathering? A. by absorbing gases from the atmosphere and ground to chemically react with minerals B. by seeping into the soil and dissolving the minerals in rocks C. by absorbing sulfur oxides and creating acid precipitation D. by seeping into the cracks of rocks and

freezing 12. Which is most likely a prevention strategy for flooding? A. building artificial levees B. reducing water consumption C. recycling bottled-water containers D. building waste landfills for

metals and other contaminants artificial levees 13. How could the removal of trees and other vegetation impact an environment? A. by increasing oxygen production

B. by increasing soil formation C. by increasing transpiration D. by increasing erosion erosion 14. Large quantities of sand can be added to the beach to stabilize the shoreline. Which describes a disadvantage of this

process? A. It causes inland erosion. B. It is a short-term solution. C. It creates a barrier that prevents the tides from occurring along the coastline. D. It creates a wall that disrupts the vegetation along the coastline. stabilized the shoreline

short-term solution 15. Which is an advantage of safely using uranium as an energy source rather than using coal? A. Uranium produces energy without polluting the atmosphere, while burning coal can increase the CO2 in the atmosphere. B. Uranium reduces the amount of thermal pollution,

while burning coal can increase the amount of thermal pollution. C. Uranium is the most cost-efficient energy resource, while coal is the most expensive energy resource. D. Uranium can be easily mined from deep within Earth, while coal is a hard resource to mine from deep within Earth. Water

vapor Carbon dioxide Coal-fuel of coal plant Uranium-fuel of nuclear power

plant 16. Which results from the unequal heating of the ocean water of Earth? A. a constant sea level B. changes in tidal patterns C. unchanging climate for all regions on Earth

D. changes in ocean current patterns 17. Why are ocean currents important to coastal regions? A. They produce high and low tides along coastal regions. B. They can warm or cool the air temperatures along coastal regions.

C. They move vertically pushing warm water and nutrients to the surface along coastal regions. D. They increase the rate of precipitation as cold water moves along coastal regions. Ocean current distributes heat and

coldness. 18. Which is formed when a section of impermeable rock forces groundwater to move laterally and emerge onto the surface of Earth? A. a spring B. an aquifer C. a geyser

D. a well Spring water- groundwater to move laterally and emerge onto the surface of Earth 19. How could a long-term decrease in precipitation impact an area? A. It could increase the average water level

of lakes in the area. B. It could increase the amount of flooding in the area. C. It could decrease the amount of possible infiltration in the area. D. It could decrease the possible amount of damage to crops in the area. No precipitation

means No infiltration and recharge. 20. Which consequence could an exponentially growing human population have on drinkable water? A. It could cause a decrease in the amount of waste and pollutants in the water supply.

B. It could cause an increase in the amount of water available for the population. C. It could cause an increase in cases of waterborne diseases. D. It could cause a decrease in needing water for survival. 21. A local government is considering whether to build a dam. Which is an

advantage of building this structure? A. It can decrease the accumulation of sediment in the water. B. It can improve the natural habitat of plants and animals. C. It is an inexpensive process. D. It can create a storage place for water. Reasons to

build Dams 1. Reserve water for human consumption during summer and drought. 2. Produce electricity or Hydroelectricity

22. The drilling for freshwater increases along a coastal area. What is a likely consequence of this action? A. an intrusion of salt water into aquifers B. the loss of water resources in estuaries C. the destruction of estuaries because

of an increase in sea levels D. a decrease in salt concentration in inlet waterways Aquifer or groundwater becomes salty and become unusable. 23. In which atmospheric layer of Earth do

thunderstorms occur? A. thermosphere B. mesosphere C. stratosphere D. troposphere 24. A soil with 9 % clay, 67 % sand, and 23 % Sandy loam silt is called a ________________

. 25. Which statement describes the general movement of air masses? A. They move from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure. B. They move from areas of high altitude to areas of low altitude. C. They move from areas of low

humidity to areas of high humidity. D. They move from areas of low temperature to areas of high temperature. 26. Which most likely occurs when a fastmoving cold air mass moves into a region of warmer, moist air? A. It causes light precipitation for a long period of time.

B. It causes light precipitation for a short period of time. C. It causes heavy precipitation for a long period of time. D. It causes heavy precipitation for a short period of time. Precipitation from pushed warm air.

Fast moving means it will be gone in a short period of time. 27. Which contributes to the formation of hurricanes during the late summer? A. the interaction between ocean water salinity and warm air masses

B. the interaction between ocean water currents and polar air masses C. the interaction between ocean water temperatures and warm air masses D. the interaction between ocean water salinity and ocean water density Warm air mass carrying a lot of

water vapor from the ocean form hurricanes. 28. Find the relative humidity. 12 C 7C

Wet cloth Dry Bulb Thermometer Wet Bulb Thermometer 12 C 7 C = 5 C

5C Find this number at the top of the chart and place your finger on it. The relative humidity is 48%. When the relative humidity is

100% then it is raining. 12 C 48 Find the dry-bulb temperature in the first column on the left. Hurricane USA, Typhoon- Philippines, Tropical cyclone-Australia

29. Which can lead to the depletion of the ozone layer of Earth? A. coal-fired power plants B. vehicle exhaust C. burning compost D. aerosols

fridge Aerosols Air conditioners 30. How is climate different from weather? A. Climate is constantly changing, whereas

weather changes slowly over time. B. Climate influences peoples daily activities, whereas weather influences peoples seasonal activities. C. Climate refers to the atmospheric conditions on a given date, whereas weather refers to the atmospheric conditions during a given season. D. Climate is based on observations made for a region over several years, whereas weather is

based on day-to-day observations made for a region. Years Day to day Condition of the atmosphere

31. A local government voted against the largescale development of buildings and roads in the area. What could have been the motive behind their decision? A. It could lead to a decrease in the average annual temperature in the area. B. It could lead to the formation of heat islands, which may impact the microclimate in the area. C. It could lead to the introduction of invasive species, which may impact the area.

D. It could lead to a decrease in acid rain production in the area. Micro-climate 32. A company has several factories around the world and has decided to transition from burning fossil fuels to using alternative energy resources. How could a decrease in

burning fossil fuels impact the atmosphere? A. It could decrease the oxygen levels of the atmosphere. B. It could increase the nitrogen levels of the atmosphere. C. It could decrease the carbon dioxide levels of the atmosphere. D. It could increase the sulfur dioxide levels of the atmosphere.

Alternative Energy creates less Pollution compared to fossil fuel. Fossil Fuel 33. Some factories can increase the amount of thermal pollution by dumping heated water into lakes and rivers. How can this type of

pollution affect aquatic environments? A. It can reduce the number of aquatic species in the environment. B. It can increase the amount of dissolved oxygen in the environment. C. It can reduce the decomposition rate of organisms in the environment. D. It can increase the life expectancy of animals in the aquatic environment.

Heated water results to death or migration of fish. 34. Since 1901, global surface temperatures have risen at an average rate of 0.13F every ten years.

In which way could the average increase in global temperatures influence Earth? A. by decreasing erosion within coastal ecosystems B. by decreasing periods of drought in all water systems C. by increasing the amount of flooding because of rising sea levels

D. by increasing the formation of sea ice within polar regions 35. Which example describes an abiotic factor that could impact the diversity of an ecosystem? A. An increase in prey can impact the number of predators in an ecosystem. B. The introduction of an invasive species can change the amount of available resources in an

ecosystem. C. An increase in the amount of acid rain can change the pH of the soil in an ecosystem. D. The competition for food can impact the survival rate between members of the same species in an ecosystem.

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