# Agoho 2 4th Quarter Exam In Science 10

50 Questions  Settings  • 1.
Which of the following scientists studied the relationship between the volume and temperature of    gas at constant pressure?
• A.

Robert Boyle

• B.

Jacques Charles

• C.

• D.

Gay - Lussac

• 2.
Which law explains the mechanism of a pressure cooker?
• A.

Boyle's Law

• B.

Charles' Law

• C.

Gay - Lussac's Law

• D.

Ideal Gas Law

• 3.
What will happen to the volume of a confined gas as the pressure increases if the temperature of the gas is kept constant?
• A.

The volume increases

• B.

The volume decreases

• C.

The volume remains the same

• D.

There is no significant change

• 4.
Which of the following figures represents Charles' Law?
• A.

Option 1

• B.

Option 2

• C.

Option 3

• D.

Option 4

• 5.
If a balloon full of warm air was placed in a refrigerator, the balloon would ______.
• A.

Get larger

• B.

Remains the same

• C.

Get smaller

• D.

Burst

• 6.
What property of gas is best described when a gas tank is filled and more gases can still be added?
• A.

Gas is elastic

• B.

Gas can be compressed

• C.

Gas diffuses

• D.

Gas exerts pressure

• 7.
Which of the following activities involves the application of gas pressure?
• A.

Burning gas

• B.

Inflating balloons

• C.

Cooking food

• D.

Gas exerts pressure

• 8.
A balloon filled with helium occupies 15 L at 400 K. What will be the volume of the helium balloon if the temperature of the helium is increased to 600 K? (Assume that the pressure is held constant)
• A.

10 L

• B.

22.5 L

• C.

32.5 L

• D.

50 L

• 9.
How will you represent water molecules at 1000C?
• A.

Option 1

• B.

Option 2

• C.

Option 3

• D.

Option 4

• 10.
Gas molecules are trapped in the space below the piston. The piston can move up and down in the cylinder. The cylinder is resting on a hot plate. If the hot plate is turned on what would happen to the volume of the gas?
• A.

The volume increases

• B.

The volume decreases

• C.

The volume remains the same

• D.

There is no significant change

• 11.
Suppose the piston is fastened so that it could not move. When the hot plate is turned on, what would happen to the pressure of the gas? It will
• A.

Decrease

• B.

Increase

• C.

Stay the same

• D.

None of these

• 12.
What will happen to the gas pressure as the temperature increases if the amount and volume of gas were kept constant?
• A.

The pressure increases

• B.

The pressure decreases

• C.

There is no significant change

• D.

The gas pressure remains the same

• 13.
What can be inferred regarding the relationship between pressure and volume as shown in the Line graph below?
• A.

Volume is independent of pressure.

• B.

Volume is directly proportional to the pressure.

• C.

​​​​​​Volume is inversely proportional to the pressure.

• D.

​​​​​​Volume is not affected by a change in pressure

• 14.
What will happen to the volume of the gas sample as temperature increases from 100 K to 150K?
• A.

Volume of the gas increases

• B.

Volume of the gas remains the same

• C.

Volume of the gas decreases

• D.

Volume of the gas cannot be determined

• 15.
What is the volume of the gas sample when the temperature is 150 K?
• A.

1 L

• B.

2 L

• C.

3 L

• D.

4 L

• 16.
A gas sample occupies a volume of 100 mL at a pressure of 3.0 atm at 20.00C. What is the new pressure if the volume is increased to 150 mL at constant temperature?
• A.

5.0 atm

• B.

4.5 atm

• C.

2.0 atm

• D.

1.5 atm

• 17.
All the following steel containers have the same size. Which of the following containers has the highest pressure?
• A.

1 mole

• B.

2 mole

• C.

3 mole

• D.

4 mole

• 18.
How can you possibly prove that gases have negligible mass?
• A.

• B.

Ask two persons to hold a box filled with air

• C.

Feel the weight of the samples on both hands

• D.

Put a balloon on a balance which can measure up the nearest hundredths of a gram before and after you fill it with air

• 19.
A gas sample occupies a volume of 125 mL at a pressure of 720 torr at 20.00C. What is the new pressure if the volume is increased to 250 mL at the same temperature?
• A.

1440 torr

• B.

720 torrr

• C.

360 torr

• D.

375 torr

• 20.
Which of the following is a disaccharide?
• A.

Fructose

• B.

Galactose

• C.

Glucose

• D.

Sucrose

• 21.
Which of the following pairs of monosaccharide form lactose sugar?
• A.

Glucose + Fructose

• B.

Glucose + Galactose

• C.

Glucose + Glucose

• D.

Fructose + Galactose

• 22.
The molecular formula for a monosaccharide is C6H12O6. Which of the following is an isomer of glucose?
• A.

Fructose

• B.

Lactose

• C.

Maltose

• D.

Sucrose

• 23.
Which of the following is a major source of Carbohydrates?
• A.

Apple

• B.

Milk

• C.

Potato

• D.

Vegetables

• 24.
The end product of proteins digested in our body is amino acids. Which of the following is the function of amino acids in the body?
• A.

Make fatty acids

• B.

Make skin, hair, enzymes and muscles

• C.

Make vitamins

• D.

Produce quick energy

• 25.
When digesting a complex carbohydrate, water is added and simple sugar is produced. Which of the following describes the process?
• A.

Condensation

• B.

Dehydration

• C.

Hydrolysis

• D.

Photosynthesis Back to top