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SJK (C) KWANG HWA, BANDAR BAHARU

PKSR SAINS TAHUN 5

Disediakan oleh : ( CHUA JI HUI )


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1. Diagram 2 menunjukkan satu situasi. Apakah
perubahan yang boleh diperhatikan pada
balloon selepas 20 minit?
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Diagram 2
2

A. Tiada perubahan

B. Dilitupi bintik hitam

C. Mengecut

D. Mengembang

2. Meja 5 menunjukkan 4 jenis haiwan


5
W
X
Y

Kerbau ( )
Itik
Kucing

Katak

Diagram 5
5

Which of the following animals will take care


of its young?

9. Diagram 4 shows a situation.


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B. X and Z
X Z

C. W, X and Y
W, X Y

D. X, Y and Z
X, Y Z

11. Diagram 6 shows an animal.


6

Diagram 4
4

Which of the following is a probable cause for


the above situation?

A. Ate chicken that was just cooked

B. Ate cheese that was kept in the


refrigerator.

C. Drank fresh milk with expired shelflife.

D. Drank boiled water.

A. W and Y
W Y

Diagram 6
6

How does the animal ensure the survival of


its species?

A. Lays many eggs at one time.

B. Buries the eggs in the sand.

C. Keeps the eggs in the mouth.

D. Hides the eggs in dark place.

12. Why is reproduction a very important process


for living things?

14.

A. To ensure the survival of species.

B. To ensure the living things will never


die.

C. To increase competition among the


species.

D. To protect the young.

Diagram 8
8

Which of the following plants share the same


way of seed and fruit dispersing as the plant
shown in diagram 8?
8

A.
B.

13. Diagram 7 shows two groups of fruits.


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C.

D.

Diagram 7
7

How are the seeds of different groups of


fruits dispersed?

A
B
C
D

Group X
X
Animal

Wind

Animal

Wind

Group Y
Y
Wind

Water

Water

Animal

15.

Diagram 9
9

Diagram 9 shows the activities of two animals.


In what ways will the above activities be
useful to plants?
A. They help to clean up waste.


B. They help to fertilize the plants.

C. They help to disperse seeds all over the


place.

D. They help to maintain ecological


balance.

16. Based upon the theory that animals ensure the


survival of their species, which of the
following are correct statement?

P A spider lays eggs in a pouch under its


abdomen

Q The eggs of frogs are covered with slimy


liquid

R Seahorses keep the eggs in a pouch until the


eggs are hatched.

S Sea turtles keep the eggs in the soil

A. P,Q and R
P,Q R
B. P,R and S
P,R S

18. What should we do to prevent living things


face possible extinction?

A. We eat plants only and not the animals

B. Stop all kinds of hunting activities

C. Help the animals to take care of their


young

D. We should protect our environment and


all the plants and animals.

19. The following information describes the


situation of two animals.

The panda feeds only on the tender leaves of the bamboo

The koala feeds only on leaves of eucalyptus

C. Q,R and S
Q,R S
D. P,Q,R and S
P,Q,R S
17. Which factor causes the orang-utan to face
the threat of extinction?

A. Pollution of water resources

B. The orang-utans only eat one type of


food

C. Excessive logging of the forest

D. Excessive use of organic fertilizers in

What danger will these animals face if the


bamboo and eucalyptus population
decline?

A. Ecological pollution of the environment

B. Probable extinction

C. Become victims to human hunters

D. Loss of habitat

farms

20. Table shows four living things in a habitat and 22. Diagram 11 shows a food web.
its population. Q is the producer, P,Q,R and S
11
form a food chain.
Q
P,Q,R S
Living
things

Population

70

5000

800

Diagram 11
11

Table

Based on Table 1, which of the following


statements is correct?
1
A. P is a primary consumer
P
B. Q can carry out photosynthesis
Q
C. R eats Q and P
R Q P
D. S is the smallest in size
S

How many food chains are there in diagram


11?
11
A

23. Diagram 12 shows a food web.


12

21. Diagram 10 shows a food chain.


10

Diagram 12
12

Diagram 10
10
What will happen if the number of herons
decreases excessively?

A
B
C
D

Algae

Increases

Decreases

Decreases

Increases

What will happen if many snakes and


weasels were hunted by humans?

A.
The number of mice and chickens
Tadpoles
would decreases

Decreases

The yield of the paddy would increases


B.
Increases

Decreases

Increases


C. The eagles would face extinction

D. The ecological balance of nature would


be destroyed

24. Which of the following are the sources of


energy?

I
III

Food

The Sun

A. I and II
I II
C. II and III
II III

II
IV

Computer

The Moon

B. I and III
I III

II.

III.

IV.

Diagram 13
13

D. III and IV
III IV

25. Which of the statements are true about energy


source?

I.

26. Diagram 13 shows energy being classified


into two groups.
13

What is P?
P
A. Accumulator

B. Radioactive substances

C. Fuel

D. Biomass

The Sun is the main source of energy on


Earth.

Some energy can be renewed whereas


some energy cannot be renewed.

27. The following information is about X, as a


Natural gas and petroleum are the main
source of energy.
source of energy to operate various
X
vehicles

It can be used as a fuel to provide us with light, heat and electrical energy

Biomass is a type of non-renewableItenergy


can be replenished
source

Ia can cause minimum air pollution

A. I, II and III
I, II III

B. I, II and IV
I, II IV

C. I, III and IV
I, III IV

D. II, III and IV


II, III IV

Based on the information above, what is X?


X
A. Wind

28. The information below shows the energy


transformation.

Electrical
Energy

Kinetic
Energy

Sound
Energy

Which of the following appliances makes use


of energy transformation above?

A.

C.

B. Water

C. Solar

D. Biomass

30. What form of energy does the ball have as it


rolls down from the starting point?

B.

D.

29. Which of the following does not save


electricity?

A. Switch off the light and fan before


leaving the room

B. Cut down on the use of air-conditioners.

C. Allow the computer to be switch on

I
III

Starting point

Heat energy
II

Kinetic energy IV

Electrical energy

Potential energy

A. I and II
I II

B. II and III
II III

C. III and IV
III IV

D. I, III and IV
I, III IV

even when you are not using it


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D. Do not use the lift when going up or
down a few floors in a building.