Q1:

In the diagram of a scale above what is the difference between the readings for point Aand point B?

A. 1.14 B. 1.16 C. 6.16 D. 5.24 
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Q2:

On the scale in question 1, what is the size of the interval between each division? 
A. 1 unit B. 0.1 units C. 0.01 units D.10 units 
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Q3:

Elements (Gases)

Element

Symbol

Melting point

Atomic Weight

Hydrogen 
H

259°C

1

Oxygen

O

219°C

16

Helium 
He

272°C

4

Nitrogen 
N

210°C

14

Neon 
Ne

249°C

20.2

Which element has the lowest atomic weight?

A. Oxygen B. Hydrogen C. Neon D. Nitrogen 
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Q4:

What is the highest melting point in the table in question 3?

A. 272° B. 259° C. 1 D. 210° 
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Q5:

For the table in question 3, which element has the third highest atomic weight? 
A. Hydrogen B. Oxygen C. Neon D. Nitrogen 
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Q6:

What is the difference between the readings shown by A and B?

A. 0.35 B. 0.5 C. 0.45 D. 0.4 
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Q7:

For the scale shown in question 7, what is the size of the interval between each division? 
A. 1 unit B. 0.1 units C. 0.01 units D. 0.05 units 
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Q8:

On the scale above, which measures the weight of parcels in kilograms, what reading is indicated by the red pointer?

A. 11.1kg B. 10.9 kg C. 10.5 kg D. 11.5 kg 
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Q9:

On the scale shown in question 8, what would be the angle at the centre made by the marks "2" and "3"? (Do not use a protractor!)

A. 30° B. 10° C. 12° D. 36° 
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Q10:

On the scale shown in question 8, how many kilograms would an angle of 90° indicate? 
A. 9 kg B. 4.5kg C. 3 kg D. 2 kg 
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