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SOAL LATIHAN IMSO SD ( TEST FOR IMSO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL) - INTERNATIONAL MATH AND SCIENCE OLIMPIYAD TERBARU 2017



Preparation for IMSO Elementary School 2017

1.      The diagram shows a detailed drawing of the structure of the knee joint. The kneecap is not shown.
Picture 1 : Human Skeletal

(i)     Name the bones labelled A and B.
(ii)   What type of joint is the knee?
(iii) Give the functions of the parts labelled C and D in the knee.

2.      Name the bones of the skeleton labelled A and B in the diagram.
Picture 2 : Human Skeletal


3.      The human body is made up of organ systems.
Draw a line to connect each organ system to its main function.

Organ system                                                                              Main Function

 
4.      Herons are birds that eat fish.
Picture 3 : Hereon
The picture shows how the heron is adapted to hunt and catch its own food.
a)      Write two ways in which the heron is adapted.
b)      Write the name for the type of animal which hunts and catches its own food.

5.      Complete the table about cells.
Picture 4 : Some of cell Shape
 
6.      Study the diagram below showing the concentration of DDT in the  environment. Which statement is incorrect?
 
Picture 5 : Diagram the concentration of DDT
a.       The producers contain the least concentration of DDT.
b.      Primary consumers have lower concentrations of DDT than tertiary consumers.
c.       As one moves through the food chain the concentration of DDT decreases.
d.      The organisms most affected by the DDT is the fish eagle and cormorants

7.      Study the drawings of  four different types of plants shown below. Of  these plants, which ones reproduce by spores?
 
Picture 6 : different types of plants
a.       land 2
b.      3 and 4
c.       land 4
d.      2 and 3

8.      The diagram below shows the amount of energy in the cereal food eaten by a cow in a certain time. It also shows the amount of energy used to make new tissue.
 
Picture 7 : Amount of energy in the cereal food
What percentage of the energy taken in by the cow is found in new tissue?
a.     92%
b.    8%
c.     10%
d.    100%

9.      Ahmad made some electrical circuits using identical lamps and batteries. Assist Ahmad  to determine which  circuit has the smallest current and which circuit has the brightest lamps respectively.
 
Picture 7 : electrical circuits
a.       A and D
b.      B and D
c.       A and B
d.      C and D

10.  Solehah is conducting an experiment to test friction. Her setup is shown below.
 
Picture 8 : Friction Experiment
If she wants to test friction between different types of materials, what should she change in the setup above?
a.       Replace the mass with a different size mass
b.      Replace the string with a different length string
c.       Replace the spring balance with a different kind of scale
d.      Replace the wooden block with a different kind of block

11.  The picture below shows a ringing bell inside a vacuum jar.
As the air is pumped out of the jar, the sound level of the ringing bell will decrease until it can no longer be heard. This happens because  air must be present in the jar for..
 
Picture 9 : Ringing in Vacuum Jar
a.       sound to be transferred
b.      electricity to flow through the wires
c.       the rubber to seal the jar
d.      the bell clanger to vibrate

12.  Use the information in the table below to complete the food web.
Organism
Organism’s food
Place in food
chain
Eaten by
algae

producer
Water insects,
Tilapia fish
bass fish
water insects,dragonfly, toad, Tilapia fish
carnivore
Heron
Dragonfly
Water insects
carnivore
Bass fish, heron
heron
Bass fish, toad,Tilapia fish,
dragonfly
carnivore

Tilapia fish
Water insects,
algae
Omnivore
Toad, heron,
bass fish
toad
Water insects,
Tilapia fish
Carnivore
Heron, bass fish
water insects
algae
herbivore
Dragonfly, bass fish, toad, Tilapia fish



Select the correct the combination.
a.     Water insects, algae, dragonfly, bass fish, toad, tilapia fish, heron.
b.    Algae, dragonfly, water insects, bass fish, toad, tilapia fish, heron.
c.     Algae, water insects, dragonfly, toad, bass fish, tilapia fish, heron.
d.    Algae, water insects, tilapia fish, toad, bass fish, dragonfly, heron.

13.  Complete the flowchart below showing you the classification of  animals.


Select the correct combination of answers to fill in the missing words  in the spaces a, b, c, d, e and f.

(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
A
Vertebrates
Diplopods
Insecta
Molluscs
Amphibians
Birds
B
Vertebrates
Mollusks
Insecta
Diplopods
Amphibians
Birds
C
Vertebrates
Insecta
Diplopods
Molluscs
Birds
Amphibians
D
Insecta
Diplopods
Molluscs
Amphibians
Birds
Vertebrates

14.  Non-vascular plants are not reproduced by seeds. They reproduce by:
a.       spores   
b.      moss
c.       fungi
d.      mould

15.  There are more than 250 000 different plant species on Earth. Plants can be classified into two groups; one with leaves, stems and roots and the other with no roots, stems or leaves.


Look at the pictures in the previous page.
Which plant/s are flowering plants?
a.       (i), (ii), (iii), (iv), (v)
b.      (i), (ii), (iii)
c.       (i), (ii), (iii), (iv), (vi)
d.      (i), (ii), (iv), (v), (vi)

16.  Examples of organisms classified as arthropods are:
a.       Insects, spiders, millipedes, starfish
b.      Millipedes, centipedes, crabs, sea anemone
c.       Lobsters, crabs, insects, spiders
d.      Spider, snails, starfish, octopus

17.  The importance of learning about HIV/AIDS is vital, as it is this generation that will have to live with its devastating effects. This virus can spread through various ways. Study each of the statements below in respect to transmission of HIV.
                          i.      You can become infected with HIV from toilet seats
                        ii.      You can become infected with HIV from mosquito bites
                      iii.      The more sexual partners you have, the greater the risk of becoming infected
                      iv.      A pregnant women can pass HIV onto her baby
                        v.      You can get HIV only from sexual intercourse
                      vi.      Using cutting instruments that have been sterilized after previous use will not transmit HIV.
Which of the above statements are true:
a.       ii, iii and v     
b.      i, ii, iii, iv and v
c.       ii, iv, v     
d.      iii, iv, vi

18.  In which diagram is the Earth correctly labelled?


a.       1   
b.      2   
c.       3   
d.      4

19.  Study the particle diagrams showing two different substance marked X and Y. Find the alternative that best describes your observation.

a.       X is an element and Y is a solid.
b.      X is an element and Y is a liquid.
c.       X is a compound and Y is an element.
d.      X is a compound and Y is a gas.

20.  The graph alongside shows how temperature rises with the time when a solid is heated until it melts and then the liquid is heated until it boils. Which of the following is correct regarding the temperature at which the solid changes to a gas? 
a.       17°C
b.      0°C
c.       115°C
d.      132°C

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