AIC JS 1 Basic Science Revision Test
  • 1. kinetic energy is the energy possessed by _______
A) All of the above
B) virtue of its position
C) static body
D) moving body
  • 2. The S.I unit of force is _______
A) kilogram
B) Joules
C) Newton metre
D) Newton
  • 3. If a force of 10N moves through a distance of 1m in the direction of the force, the workdone is ______
A) 20j
B) 10j
C) 40j
D) 30j
  • 4. The followings are the types of potential energy except
A) Nuclear potential energy
B) electrical potential energy
C) mechanical potential energy
D) chemical potential energy
  • 5. potential energy is energy at ________
A) rest
B) none of the above
C) motion
D) all of the above
  • 6. Both kinetic energy and potential energy are measured in ________
A) joules
B) seconds
C) meter
D) Newton
  • 7. The only known planet that harbors living things is ________
A) Mercury
B) Uranus
C) earth
D) Jupiter
  • 8. The nearest planet to the sun is ________
A) Mercury
B) Mars
C) Saturn
D) Pluto
  • 9. The biggest planet is ________
A) Jupiter
B) earth
C) Saturn
D) Neptune
  • 10. The smallest planet is ________
A) Mars
B) Mercury
C) Jupiter
D) Saturn
  • 11. ________ and ________ are the main bodies that revolve round the sun
A) stars and galaxies
B) energy and power
C) planets and moon
D) all of the above
  • 12. A leap year has ________ days
A) 365
B) 364
C) 366
D) 363
  • 13. What is kinetic energy of a 4kg object moving at 15m/s
A) 38m
B) 350N
C) 380j
D) 450j
  • 14. How many days does it takes the earth to rotate the sun in a year
A) 367 days
B) 365 days
C) 365.24days
D) 366 days
  • 15. ________is the wearing away of the top soil
A) soil erosion
B) rainfall
C) farming
D) bush burning
  • 16. Energy is the ability to do ________
A) job
B) chore
C) work
D) walk
  • 17. The 3 major processes of formation of water cycle are
A) All of the above
B) conducting, convection and radiation
C) transportation, transpiration and evaporation
D) evaporation, condensation and precipitation
  • 18. Sun supplies both ________ and ________ radiations to atmosphere
A) white and black
B) ultraviolet and infrared
C) none of the above
D) visible and invisible
  • 19. EMR means
A) electrical magnet radio
B) electromagnetic radio
C) electromagnetic radiation
D) electronic management radiation
  • 20. The following are types of soil erosion except
A) gully
B) slurry
C) sheet
D) rill
  • 21. farming, bush burning, overgrazing and deforestation are ________ activities that causes soil erosion
A) Man
B) Human
C) Livings things
D) Woman
  • 22. The process of covering beds and ridges with dry grasses is called ________
A) cover crops
B) covering sheet
C) mulching
D) cover
  • 23. ________ is the making of series of ridges across a slope
A) all of the above
B) blocking
C) fencing
D) terracing
  • 24. The following are preventions of soil erosion except
A) mulching
B) planting of cover crops
C) deforestation
D) avoid overgrazing
  • 25. The composition of gaseous nitrogen in air is ________
A) 76%
B) 78%
C) 77%
D) 79%
  • 26. ________ is the process where water in the form of gas return back to liquid after meeting a cool surface
A) condensation
B) precipitation
C) evaporation
D) radiation
  • 27. ________ is the fluid all living things survives on
A) air
B) food
C) water
D) fuel
  • 28. ________ is the continuous movement of water on, above or below the surface of earth
A) nitrogen cycle
B) water cycle
C) oxygen cycle
D) carbon cycle
  • 29. Land pollution is mainly caused by mining activities, oil exploration and ________ use of chemicals
A) agricultural
B) humanitarian
C) ecological
D) economical
  • 30. ________ is the collection of rain water by trapping it from the roof of houses, rock and trees
A) collection
B) collation
C) conversation
D) harvesting
  • 31. ________ is colorless, tasteless and odorless fluid
A) air
B) water
C) liquid
D) fuel
  • 32. ________ and ________are types hardness of water
A) stable and unstable hardness
B) tertiary and primary hardness
C) permanent and temporary hardness
D) primary and secondary hardness
  • 33. ________ is a mixture that contains more than one type of particle or different substances mixed together
A) two pure substances
B) pure substance
C) impure substance
D) none of the above
  • 34. A uniform composition of pure substance is called ________
A) chemical test
B) all of the above
C) melting and boiling points
D) homogeneity
  • 35. ________is an element or compound made up of one type of particle
A) purity
B) clean substance
C) pure substance
D) neat substance
  • 36. pH means
A) potential of hydrogen peroxide
B) potential of hydrogen oxide
C) potential of helium
D) potential of hydrogen
  • 37. ________is the process of rapid mixing of chemical known as coagulants
A) ammoniation
B) fluoridation
C) coagulation
D) filtration
  • 38. Permanent hardness of water is caused by the presence of ________and ________
A) sulphur and ammonium
B) magnesium and aluminum
C) calcium and magnesium
D) aluminum and manganese
  • 39. Temporary hardness of water can be removed by ________
A) caustic soda
B) ion exchange resin
C) boiling
D) washing soda
  • 40. Hard water does not form lather readily with soap
A) maybe
B) false
C) true
D) none of the above
  • 41. Permanent hardness of water can be removed by ________
A) using of slaked lime
B) using of fluoride
C) boiling
D) addition of washing soda
  • 42. The most important step in the water treatment process is ________
A) adding of chlorine
B) adding of magnesium
C) adding of aluminum
D) adding of ammonium
  • 43. The following are functions of lime treatment to water except
A) clarify the water
B) improve taste
C) increase pH
D) remove hardness
  • 44. ________is the addition of lime and soda ash
A) ammoniation
B) lime treatment
C) transpiration
D) chlorination
  • 45. Potential energy is measured in ________
A) Newton
B) joules
C) kilometer
D) kilogram
  • 46. The following are effect of soil erosion except
A) destroy soil structure
B) loss soil fertility
C) maintains soil texture
D) lead to collapse of buildin
  • 47. Emission from industries and domestic internal combustion of engines are causes of ________
A) air pollution
B) sand pollution
C) water pollution
D) land pollution
  • 48. ________is the change of water from a liquid to a gas
A) condensation
B) precipitation
C) evaporation
D) convection
  • 49. If the mass of an object is 6kg and the height is 5m. Calculate the potential energy (g=10m/s)
A) 3000j
B) 30j
C) 3kj
D) 300j
  • 50. ________ are chemicals used for medical purposes
A) agrochemicals
B) pharmaceutical chemicals
C) nuclear chemicals
D) laboratory chemicals
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