# First Quarter Examination

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Best for live in-class or video conferencing lessonsStart teacher-led lesson First Periodical Test in Mathematics 7 First Grading SY 2021-2022 Name: ___________________________________ Date: _____________________ Section: __________________________________ GENERAL DIRECTIONS: READ AND UNDERSTAND ITEMS CAREFULLY. STRICTLY FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS. I. MULTIPLE CHOICE Directions: Write your answer on the space provided before each number. For numbers 1 to 5. ___________ 1. Given the Venn diagram, how will you describe the set A? A. Set A is divisible by 2. C. Set A is divisible by 5. B. Set A is divisible by 10. D. Set A is divisible by 25. ___________ 2. Given the Venn diagram, what can you say about the set B? A. Set B is divisible by 4. C. Set B is divisible by 15. B. Set B is divisible by 5. D. Set B is divisible by 10. __________ 3. In the Venn diagram, what is union of sets A and B (A U B)? A. AUB = {5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,50,60,70} C.AUB = {5,15,25,40,50,60,70} B. AUB = {5,10,20,25,30,35,40,50,60,70} D. AUB = {10,20,30} ___________ 4. What is the intersection of sets A and B (A ∩ B)? A. A ∩ B = {5, 10,15} C. A ∩ B = {35,40,50} B. A ∩ B = {10,20,30} D. A ∩ B = {20,25,30} __________ 5. What is the cardinality of A? B? A U B? A. A = 8, B = 7, A U B = 13 C. A = 7, B= 7, A U B = 11 B. A = 7, B = 8, A U B = 12 D. A = 6, B = 5, A U B = 10 For numbers 6 to 8. (Solve the problem using Venn diagram) A group of 60 students were asked whether they watch TV Patrol or 24 Oras or both programs (depending on the news). Thirty-eight of these students watch TV Patrol and 32 watch 24 Oras. __________ 6. Based on your Venn diagram, how many students watch TV Patrol only? A. 33 C. 38 B. 37 D. 28 __________ 7. How many students watch 24 Oras only? A. 27 C. 42 B. 32 C. 33 _________ 8. How many watches both news programs? A. 12 C. 10 B. 8 D. 14 For numbers 9 and 10 ________ 9. What number is being represented in the given number line below? A. -5 C. 10 B. 0 D. 5 ________ 10. What number is being represented in the given number line below? A. -10 C. 10 B. -0 D. -9 II. MODIFIED MULTIPLE CHOICE Directions: Choose the letter of the best answer. Write E if the correct answer is not included in the options on the space provided before each number. ________ 11. What is the sum if you add negative 3 to negative 2? A. 5 C. 1 B. -1 D. 0 _______ 12. Find the sum of positive 3 to positive 2. A. 6 C. 7 B. -5 D. 1 _______ 13. Find the sum of positive 3 to negative 2. A. 0 C. 1 B. -1 D. -5 _______ 14. What is the difference between positive 8 to positive 15? A. 6 C. 7 B. 8 D. -9 _______ 15. Simply. (-15) – 75 A. 90 C. -60 B. 100 D. -90 _______ 16. Using the Closure Property of Addition, what is (7) + (12) =? A. 5 C. 12 B. 18 D. -19 ______ 17. Under the Associative Property of Multiplication, what is [(4)(5) (7)]? A. 120 C. 140 B. -120 D. -140 ______ 18. Using the Additive Inverse of Property, what is (10) + (-10) =? A. -20 C. 20 B. -10 D. 10 ______ 19. If (6) + (-2) is equal to (-2) + (6), what property is being used? A. Associative Property of Addition C. Identity Property of Addition B. Closure Property of Addition D. Commutative Property of Addition _______ 20. Applying the Identity Property of Multiplication, what is the product of 32 and 1? A. -32 C. 64 B. -64 D. 31 III. MATCHING TYPE Directions: Match the items in column A with the corresponding items in column B. Write your answer on the space provided before each number. Column A Column B 4 _______ 21. a. 1.875 5 3 _______ 22. b. 0.8 4 15 4 _______ 23. c. 8 5 1 _______ 24 . 0. 8 d. 20 1 _______ 25. 0.05 e. 2 3 1 5 ______ 26. + f. 8 8 8 4 2 ______ 27. − g. 0.75 6 6 3 5 11 ______ 28. × h. 4 6 12 4 2 1 ______ 29. ÷ i. 5 3 3 3 1 6 ______ 30. + j. 4 6 5 IV. TRUE OR FALSE Directions: Write T if the statement is true and F if the statement is false. ______ 31. The positive square root of the given number or radicand is called the principal square root. ______ 32. The principal root of √ 17 is rational. ______ 33. The √ 49 has a principal root of 7 and it is rational. ______ 34. The √ 6 lies between the consecutive perfect squares 4 and 9. ______ 35. The √ 75 lies between the consecutive perfect squares 72 and 81. ______ 36. The estimation of the √ 45 to the nearest hundredth is equal to 6.71. ______ 37. The estimation of the √ 10 to the nearest hundredth is equal to 3.16. ______ 38. The √ 3 has an estimation of 1.73 can be located near the point 3 on the number line. ______ 39. The √ 23 has an estimation of 4.80 can be located exactly the point 4 on the number line. ______ 40. The set of numbers consisting of the set counting numbers and zero is called integers. ______ 41. All numbers greater than zero are positive integers. −1 2 ______ 42. The arrangement of number -4, , 4 , 5.8, √ 36 is decreasing order. 2 5 3 9 4 ______ 43. The list of real numbers , √ 2, , 0, - , -1.65 is in decreasing order. 2 7 3 ______ 44. A temperature of 8 degrees below zero can be represent as +8. ______ 45. A gain of 6 kg in weight can be represent as -6. VI. TABLE COMPLETION Directions: Fill in the table by writing the numbers in standard notation or in scientific notation as indicated. Quantity Standard Notation Scientific Notation 46. Approximate age of Earth 4 000 000 000 yrs. 47. Diameter of Earth 12 700 000 000 m. 48. Diameter of the sun 1.39 x109 km 49. Mass of neutron 1.67 x 10−24 g 50. Wavelength of ultraviolet 0.00000136 cm light “TRUST YOURSELF. YOU KNOW MORE THAN YOU THINK YOU DO.” - Dr. Benjamin Spock