10SCI NCEA Level 1 Revision

Gelo Advincula
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For NCEA Level 1 Revision /// 2019.

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Question 1

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What seperation method does this diagram represent?
Answer
  • Decantation
  • Evaporation
  • Filtering

Question 2

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What seperation method does this diagram represent?
Answer
  • Decanting
  • Filtering
  • Evaporation

Question 3

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What does this diagram show?
Answer
  • Evaporation

Question 4

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What does this image show?
Answer
  • Decantation

Question 5

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Name the equipment and the seperation method. Equipment names: filter funnel, filter paper, conical flask, filtrate,
Answer
  • filter funnel
  • filter paper
  • conical flask
  • filtrate
  • filtering

Question 6

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Hydrochloric acid + lithium hydroxide = lithium chlorate + water. Hint: look at the spelling carefully!
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 7

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Sulphuric acid + potassium hydroxide = potassium sulphate + water.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 8

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Nitric acid + sodium hydroxide = nitric sodiumoxide + water.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 9

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Nitric acid + beryllium hydroxide = beryllium chloride + water.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 10

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What are possible pH values for acidic substances?
Answer
  • 6
  • 3
  • 7
  • 14
  • 1

Question 11

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What are possible pH values for neutral substances?
Answer
  • 2
  • 8
  • 7
  • 13
  • 9

Question 12

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What are the possible pH values for basic (alkali) substances?
Answer
  • 5
  • 14
  • 8
  • 3
  • 1

Question 13

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Foods webs/chains have to start with a... [More than one right answer!]
Answer
  • carnivore
  • herbivore
  • plant
  • producer
  • hexiducer
  • animal
  • Dante

Question 14

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Ways that marine [blank_start]ecosystems[blank_end] are affected by chemical spills: - Habitats of [blank_start]organisms[blank_end] are destroyed, so they have no [blank_start]shelter[blank_end] and die. - [blank_start]Oil[blank_end] or similar pollutants coats the animal, so it can no longer catch [blank_start]pray[blank_end]. As a result, it will [blank_start]starve[blank_end] and die. - The food source of predators is [blank_start]reduced[blank_end], which [blank_start]affects[blank_end] all the organisms in the web.
Answer
  • fishes
  • animals
  • ecosystem
  • people
  • organisms
  • neturalists
  • habitats
  • shelter
  • homes
  • Oil
  • Corn syrup
  • Acidic water
  • prey
  • Sam
  • kelp
  • commit suicide
  • starve
  • eat its nipples
  • reduced
  • unchanged
  • increased
  • effects
  • affects
  • infects

Question 15

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When comparing filtering, evaporating, and decanting, which seperation methods could be described by each statement? a. Seperates an insoluble solid from a liquid. [blank_start]Filtering & Decanting[blank_end] b. Seperates a soluble solid from a liquid. [blank_start]Evaporating[blank_end] c. Uses different densities to seperate. [blank_start]Decanting[blank_end] d. Uses differing boiling points to seperate. [blank_start]Evaporating[blank_end] e. Uses different particle sizes to seperate. [blank_start]Filtering[blank_end] f. Can be used to seperate two different liquids. [blank_start]Decanting & Evaporating[blank_end] g. Both substances are collected when seperated. [blank_start]Decanting & Filtering[blank_end]
Answer
  • Evaporating
  • Filtering
  • Decanting
  • Filtering
  • Decanting
  • Evaporating
  • Decanting
  • Evaporating
  • Filtering
  • Decanting
  • Filtering
  • Evaporating
  • Filtering & Decanting
  • Filtering & Evaporation
  • Evaporation & Decanting
  • Evaporating & Filtering
  • Evaporating & Decanting
  • Decanting & Filtering
  • Evaporating & Filtering
  • Evaporating & Decanting
  • Filtering & Decanting

Question 16

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Neutralisation is when an acid reacts with just enough [blank_start]base[blank_end] to form a [blank_start]solution[blank_end] with a [blank_start]pH value[blank_end] of exactly 7.
Answer
  • base
  • solution
  • pH value

Question 17

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A mixture of sand and salt needs to be separated into individual piles. Put these steps in the appropriate order: 1. [blank_start]Add water[blank_end] 2. [blank_start]Decant the mixture[blank_end] 3. [blank_start]Filter the mixture[blank_end] 4. [blank_start]Heat the mixture over a Bunsen Burner[blank_end]
Answer
  • Add water
  • Decant the mixture
  • Filter the mixture
  • Heat the mixture over a Bunsen Burner

Question 18

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Biodiversity is the [blank_start]measure[blank_end] of the [blank_start]varirety[blank_end] of all different [blank_start]species[blank_end].
Answer
  • measure
  • varirety
  • species

Question 19

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Label the parts of the flower. Words: style, stigma, ovary, anther, ovule, filament, sepal, petal. [Note: the ovule is the dot ON the ovule. The ovary is the dot in the ovary-area, but not on the ovules. To clear any confusion with the labels.]
Answer
  • stigma
  • anther
  • filament
  • petal
  • sepal
  • ovule
  • style
  • ovary

Question 20

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Complete the equation showing neutralisation: Acid + base > [blank_start]salt[blank_end] + [blank_start]water[blank_end]
Answer
  • water
  • salt

Question 21

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Write an equation for calcium sulfate. [blank_start]Sulfuric acid + calcium hydroxide[blank_end]
Answer
  • Sulfuric acid + calcium hydroxide
  • Calciumic acid + sulfur hydroxide
  • Sulfuric calcium + acidic hydroxide

Question 22

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Make an equation for iron chloride. [blank_start]Hydrochloric acid + iron hydroxide[blank_end]
Answer
  • Hydrochloride acid + iron hydroxide
  • Hydrochloric acid + iron hydroxide
  • Hydrochlorate acid + iron hydroxide

Question 23

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Make an equation for magnesium nitrate. [blank_start]Nitric acid + magnesium hydroxide[blank_end]
Answer
  • Nitride acid + magnesium hydroxide
  • Nitrate acid + magnesium hydroxide
  • Nitric acid + magnesium hydroxide

Question 24

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A food web is many food [blank_start]chains[blank_end] joined together. Arrows on a food web show the [blank_start]flow[blank_end] of energy from one [blank_start]organism[blank_end] to the next. All food chains start with [blank_start]producers[blank_end]. Words: organism, flow, producers, chains.
Answer
  • organism
  • flow
  • chains
  • producers
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