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    NABTEB - BIOLOGY PRACTICAL ANSWERS


    1 i )
    i ) carbon( iv ) oxide
    ii ) chlorophyll
    iii ) sunlight
    iv ) water and mineral salts
    1 ii )
    i ) protection : skin protects the body against entrance by microtes etc
    ii ) excretion : skin excretes excess water mineral salts and some nitrogenous wastes through the sweat glands as sweat

    1 iii )
    i ) transport of oxygen
    ii ) temperature regulation
    1 iv )
    i ) presence of chlorophyll for photosynthesis
    ii ) presense of cellular cell wall
    1 v )
    i ) it promote measures for the control of the world ' s major disease ' s through vaccuiation programmes and use of aritibioties
    ii ) it helps to set up international quararrayive regulation
    1 vi )
    i ) sieria - leone
    ii ) nigeria
    1 vii )
    - monocotyledonous -
    i ) they store food in the endo sperm
    ii ) posses parallel veriation
    - dicotyledonous -
    i ) they store food in the cotyledon
    ii ) posses not veriation
    1 viii )
    i ) protein 15 %
    ii ) fats and oil 15 %
    iii ) vitamins , minerals and water 10 %
    iv ) carbonhydrate 60 %
    1 ix )
    i ) canning
    ii ) suning
    iii ) smoking
    iv ) dehydration
    1 x )
    i ) soil
    ii ) forestry
    iii ) wild life
    iv ) water
    1 xi )
    i ) water ferns
    1 xii )
    i ) they manufacture food for plant
    ii ) they help in interchange of gases in plant
    1 xiii )
    i ) lungs
    ii ) gills
    iii ) tracheal
    iv ) skin
    1 xiv )
    i ) to help attract pollinators to a plant and in fertilization so that the plant creates seed
    ii ) they mediate the joining of the sperm contain within pollen to the ovules contained in the ovary
    1 xv )
    i ) retina
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    2 ai )
    A - tilapia fish
    B - adult toad
    C - cockroach
    2 aii )
    A - pisces
    B - Amphibian
    C - insecta
    2 b )
    A - source of food
    B - source of protein
    2 c )
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    Make a drawing of the side view of tilapia fish and lebel fully ( your drawing should be between 6 - 8 cm long
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    3 ai )
    D - grasshopper
    E - groundnut seed
    3 aii )
    D - it destroys crops
    E - it is a source of protein , fat and oil
    3 bi )
    A - aquatic habitat
    D - terrestrial habibat
    3 bii )
    i ) presence of lings for flight
    ii ) presence of a pair of Artemis for locomotion
    iii ) presence of a pair of legs for movement
    3 c )
    sp cockroach - C
    i ) Dark or brown in colour
    ii ) it is bigger in size
    ii ) it arterma is longer
    sp grasshopper- D
    i ) green in colour
    ii ) it is smaller in size
    iii ) it anterma is shorter
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    4 ai )
    E - Groundnut seed
    F - cowpea seed
    4 aii )
    i ) melon
    ii ) mango
    4 bi )
    i ) epigeal germination
    ii ) the specimen are leguminous plants ,they contribute to the soil fertility by nitrogen fixation mechanism
    4 ci )
    i ) weavil
    4 cii )
    i ) fat and oil
    ii ) protein
    4 ciii )
    i ) by sunning
    ii ) by canning of bitting
    iii ) by dehydration
    iv ) by application pasticides
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    5 ai )
    i ) body division is three head thorax and abdomen
    ii ) presence of a pair antenna
    iii ) presence of 3 pair of walking legs
    iv ) presence of lungs
    5 aii )
    i ) exoskeleton
    5 b )
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    dorsal view of specimen D - Grasshopper
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    1 a )
    Tabulate
    Specimens
    - A
    - B
    - C
    - D
    Common names
    - Elephant grass
    - Spear grass
    - Centrosema
    - Tropical kudzu
    Botanical names
    - Pennisetum purposeful
    - Imperata cylindrical
    - Centrosema pubescent
    - Pueraria phasaelodes
    1 b )
    - They help to fix nitrogen into the soil
    - They provide food for livestock especially ruminants
    - They increase infiltration and percolating of water ,thereby reducing soil erosion and run off
    1 c )
    - A Is propagated by seeds or stallions
    - B is propagated by the rhizome stem
    - C is propagated by the seeds
    - D is propagated by the seeds
    1 d )
    Grasses | legumes
    A | C
    B | D



    2 a )
    Specimen E is tick
    Specimen F is liver fluke
    Specimen G is tape worm
    2 b )
    - E can be found on the skin of animals
    - F can be found in the bile duct of the liver of animals
    - G can be found in the animal stomach
    2 c )
    - Possession of hooks and sucker for attachment to the intestine
    - Possession of flat body for the absorption of digested food
    - It has small head for easy penetration
    - It has long segmented body for the absorption of digested food
    - Possession of tick cubicles which resists digestive enzyme of the host
    2 d )
    - It reduces the growth of the host
    - It causes great annoyance and irritation to their host
    2 e )
    - Maintain good sanitation of the environment
    - Provide clean and uncontaminated water and feed the animal
    - Reular dippings of animals to destroy tick
    - By changing animal beddings regularly



    3 a )
    - Specimen H is hand towel.
    - Specimen I is sickle .
    - Specimen J is Rake .
    - Specimen K is mat tock .
    3 b )
    Specimen H
    - It is used for digging holes on beds
    - For spreading manure
    - For transplanting seedlings
    Specimen I
    - For cutting forages for livestock .
    - For harvesting cereals like ; rice , maize, millet . Etc .
    Specimen J
    - For removing rubbish ( weeds) from the farm
    - For leveling of soil surface
    Specimen K
    - Uprooting soil stumps
    - Digging of the soil .
    3 c )
    - The metal can be damaged or corroded.
    - The wooden handle can be destroyed by termites .
    3 d )
    - Axe
    3 e )
    - The should not be left lying about in the farm
    - Sharpen tools that have metal blades
    - By using a particular tools for which it was designed .
    - Worn out part should be replaced without delay .


    4 a )
    - Specimen L is cassava Tuber .
    - Specimen M is yam Tuber .
    - Specimen N is orange fruit .
    - Specimen O is Tomato Fruit
    4 b )
    - L = stem cutting .
    - M = yam sett or tuber .
    N = seeds or vegetable propagation .
    - O = seeds .
    4 c )
    - Weeding of land preparation
    - Fertilizer application
    - Staking
    - Harvesting
    4 d )
    The plant population
    = 0 . 9 m x 0 . 9 m x 1000
    = 810 plants per hectares

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    Nabteb - Physics - Practical

    1 a )
    No of oscillations = 20
    Height ( h )= 1 . 0 m


    Table of observation
    S/N | Y( cm )| t ( s)| T = t/ 20 ( s)| T ^ 2
    1 | 10 . 00 | 38 . 00 | 1 . 90 | 3 . 62
    2 | 20 . 00 | 35 . 80 | 1 . 79 | 3 . 22
    3 | 30 . 00 | 33 . 60 | 1 . 68 | 2 . 82
    4 | 40 . 00 | 31 . 20 | 1 . 56 | 2 . 42
    5 | 50 . 00 | 28 . 40 | 1 . 42 | 2 . 01

    1 aiv )
    Slope = ΔY / ΔT ^ 2
    = 62 - 10 /1 . 5 - 3 . 6
    = 52 /- 2 . 1
    = - 24 . 76 cm /s^ 2
    Intercept I , on the vertical axis = 88 cm or 0 . 88 cm

    1 av ) Precautions
    - I avoided error due to parallax when reading the stopwatch and metre rule
    - I ensured that the Bob was displaced through the small angle to avoid conical oscillation

    1 bi )
    Period: is the time taken or required to complete one oscillation or to and fro movement
    Frequency : is the number of cycle or oscillation complete in one seconds

    1 bii )
    - The shape of the earth ( spherical )
    - Distance of the object from its centre

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    Diameter= 2 . 4 m, radius = 1 . 2 m, V = 8 m/s
    V = wr
    Making W subject of the formula
    W= v /r
    = 8 /1 . 2
    = 6 . 67 rads ^ - 1
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    3 a )
    Standard resistor = 1 . 0 ~( ohm )

    Table of observation
    S/N | I ( A )| V ( v )| I ^ - 1 ( A ^ - 1 )| V ^ - 1 ( v ^ - 1 )
    1 | 0 . 4 | 0 . 40 | 2 . 50 | 2 . 50
    2 | 0 . 6 | 0 . 60 | 1 . 67 | 1 . 67
    3 | 0 . 8 | 0 . 80 | 1 . 25 | 1 . 25
    4 | 1 . 0 | 1 . 00 | 1 . 00 | 1 . 00
    5 | 1 . 20 | 1 . 20 | 0 . 83 | 0 . 83

    3 av )
    Slope , s = ΔI ^ - 1 / ΔV ^ - 1
    = 3 . 0 - 0 . 5 /3 . 0 - 0 . 5
    = 2 . 5 / 2 . 5
    = 1 . 0 V / A

    3 avi )
    From,
    S= ΔI ^ - 1 /ΔV ^ - 1
    1 . 0 = V / 0 . 75
    V = 0 . 75 v

    ( 3 avii )
    PRECAUTIONS:
    - I ensured tight connections of connecting wires .
    - I ensured that the key was opened, to avoid the running down of the battery.

    ( 3 bi )
    Internal resistance ( r ) : This is the opposition of the current flow through the electrolytic cells .

    ( 3 bii )
    - Heating effect
    - Chemical effect
    Heating effect is used in electric cooker for cooking .

    ( 3 biii )
    ~ is donated with ohms
    r = 1 ~ , R = 6 ~ , V = 9 v , E =?
    I = E /R + r
    V /R = E /R + r
    9 /6 = E / 6 + 1
    Cross multiply
    6 E = 9 x 7
    6 E = 63
    Making E subject of formula
    E = 63 / 6
    = 10 . 5 v
    So therefore,E . M. F of the cell= 10 . 5 v
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    1 a ) Volume of pipette used = 25 cm^ 3
    Indicator used = Methyl Orange

    Table of observation

    Burette Reading | Rough | 1 st | 2 nd | 3 rd

    Final Reading | 24 . 50 | 23 . 50 | 23 . 40 |23 . 60

    Initial Reading ( Cm ^ 3 )| 0 . 00 | 0 . 00 | 0 . 00 | 0 . 00

    Volume of Acid Used |24 . 50 | 23 . 50 | 23 . 40 | 23 . 60

    Average volume of acid used = 1 st + 2 nd + 3 rd /3
    = 23 . 50 + 23 . 40 + 23 . 60 /3
    = 70 . 5 /3 = 23 . 50 cm^ 3

    1 b ) Concentration of solution B in Mol /dm ^ 3
    CAVA /CBVB = nA /nB
    CA = 0 . 03 mol /dm ^ 3 , VA= 23 . 50 cm^ 3 , nA = 2 , nB = 1 , VB = 25 cm ^ 3 , CB= ?
    CB= CAVAnB /VBnA
    CB= 0 . 03 x 23 . 5 x 1 / 25 x 2
    = 0 . 705 /50 = 0 . 0141
    Concentration of Solution B in mol /dm ^ 3 = 0 . 0141 mol /dm ^ 3

    1 bii ) Molar mass of Nacl
    = 23 + 35 . 5 = 58 . 5 g /mol
    Na2 Co 3 in 1 dm ^ 3 of B = Molar Conc x Volume
    = 0 . 0141 x 1
    = 0 . 0141 mole
    From the equation
    Na2 Co 3 + 2 Hcl - - - - - - > 2 Nacl + H 2 O + Co 2
    1 mole of Na2 Co 3 produces 1 mole of Nacl
    0 . 0141 mole of Na 2 Co 3 librates
    2 x 0 . 0141 mol of Nacl
    = 0 . 0282 mol
    Mass of Nacl = 0 . 0282 x 58 . 5
    = 1 . 6497 g
    = 1 . 65 g

    1 biii ) From the equation :
    1 mole of Na2 Co 3 produces 1 mole of Co 2 at S. T. P
    1 mole of Na2 Co 3 produces 22 . 4 dm ^ 3 of Co 2 at S. T. P
    Therefore , 0 . 0141 mole of Na2 Co 3 will produce 22 . 4 x 0 . 0141
    Volume of Co 2 = 0 . 316 dm ^ 3

    1 bix ) Molar Mass of H2 x = ( 2 x 1 ) + X = ( 2 + X ) g /mol
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    a ) C + water mixed thoroughly and filtered | Partially Soluble in water with colourless filtrate and white residue | C is a mixture of soluble and insoluble salts

    bi) Filtrate + NaOH( aq ) in drops , then in excess | White precipitate is formed . The precipitate soluble in excess NaOH( aq )| Pb ^ 2 + , Zn ^ 2 + or Al ^ 3 + present

    bii ) Filtrate of NH 3 ( aq ) in drops , then in excess | White is formed . The precipitate is insoluble in excess NH 3 ( aq )| Pb ^ 2 + or Al ^ 3 + present

    biii ) Filtrate + KI ( aq ) + warm and allow to cool | Yellow precipitate is formed . The precipitate reappears after cooling | Pb ^ 2 + confirmed

    c ) Residue + HCL ( aq )| The residue dissolves ,librating a colourless gas which turns lime water milky | Gas is Co 2 from Co 3 ^ 2 - is present

    d ) Residue + NH 3 ( aq ) in drops , then in excess | White gelatinous precipitate is formed . The precipitate is soluble in excess NH 3 ( aq )| Zn ^ 2 + confirmed
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    3 a )
    NH 4 CL and NaN 03 dissolves readity in cold water
    3 aii )
    CuCO 3 have a black residue on heating
    3 bi )
    E = Cu0
    3 bii )
    blue precipitate is formed the precipitate dissolves in aqeous ammonia to give a deep blue solution
    3 biii )
    G is water ( H20 )
    3 biv )
    A dark brown precipitate is formed at the bottom of the test tube which shows that copper has been displaced by zinc from its solution
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    credit transfer is a system whereby successfully completed units of study contributing towards a degree or diploma can be transferred from one course to another.
    4biii)
    postal order is an order for payment of a specified sum to a named payee, issued by the Post Office.
    4biv)
    money order is a printed order for payment of a specified sum, issued by a bank or Post Office.
    4bv)
    certified cheque is a form of cheque for which the bank verifies that sufficient funds exist in the account to cover the cheque, and so certifies, at the time the cheque is written.
    4bvi)
    I.O.U. Is a Non-negotiable debt instrument addressed to a creditor, dated, and signed by the borrower.
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    5ai)
    In Camera- this is a meeting which is not open to the public,this simply meens in secret,maybe for private reasons
    5aii)
    Amendement- if an amendment to motion is proposed a vote is taken or the motion should the amendement be carried. It becomes the resolution and there will be no further discussion on the original motion, other wise the motion is then voted upon
    5aiii)
    Proxy- this is a method of voting where or member who are unable to attend the meeting may vote by post or appoint another member to vote or his behalf
    5aiv)
    Teller- This is the title given to the person appointed to count the votes at a meeting
    5av)
    Casting- this is a second vote, usually allowed to the chairman except in the case of a company meeting. A casting vote is only used for or against a motion
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    6ai)
    Envelope sealing machine- this is use to seal all types and sizes of envelops
    6aii)
    jogger- it is use to dry ink after printing in a digital duplicator
    6aiii)
    perforator- this is use to perforate paper or create hole on paper
    6aiv)
    stapler- it is use to staple paper together i.e it is use to join pagies of paper or similar material by driving a thin metal staple pin through the sheet and folding the end
    6av)
    franking machine- this machine makes printed impression of stamps on envelops. The machine can be franked on a strip
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    7a)
    Recorded delivery it still gets mixed in with the normal post but has to be signed for at the end address. While
    Registered post is kept separate all
    the way through the system. It is designed for higher value items and carries insurance built into the cost.
    7b)
    i)POSTAL SERVICES
    ii)PAYMENT SERVICES
    iii)SATELLITE SERVICES
    iv)COURIER SERVICES
    v)COMPUTER SERVICES
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    8ai)
    -ACCOUNT DEPARTMENT-
    i)cash control
    ii)to keep proper books of account
    iii)to control expenditure
    8aii)
    -PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT-
    i)human resources planning
    ii)recruitment, interviewing and selection
    iii)industrial training and development
    8aiii)
    -MARKETING DEPARTMENT-
    i)to make market research
    ii)to advertise
    iii)distribution of goods
    8aiv)
    -TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT-
    i)inspection of vehicles at check posts
    ii)revenue collection for the government
    iii)registration of vehicle
    8av)
    -ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT-
    i)planning
    ii)directing
    iii)organizing
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    9)
    i)Usage
    ii)End user
    iii)Price
    iv)Availability of parts and consumable
    v)Technical support Ideally, technical
    9ai)
    Usage- The first thing to consider while making a purchase decision is the estimated usage of the equipment.
    9aii)
    End user- The skill level of the employee who is going to operate the equipment should be considered.
    9aiii)
    Price- When it comes to purchasing new or used office equipment, price is the dominating factor.
    9aiv)
    Availability of parts and consumable- This factor is one of the most important factors to think about.
    9av)
    Technical support- Ideally, technical support and software updates should be included with the initial purchase price of the equipment.
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    10a)
    Incoming mail- This is defined as those mail process that are received by any company, and in addition to the postal address, contain company-specific addressee information such as name, title department, subdivision and other specific details
    10b)
    i)Receiving the mail
    ii)Sorting the mail
    iii)Opening the mail
    iv)Scrutiny of the contents
    i)Receiving the mail- Generally mails
    are received once or twice a day delivered by the postman.
    ii)Sorting the mail- Sorting of letters means grouping of letters on definite
    order.
    iii)Opening the mail- In small organization letters are opened by the officer or head clerk.
    iv)Scrutiny of the contents- After the letters are opened, the contents are
    removed from the envelopes and are
    scrutinised.
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    1 a )
    Population census may be defined as a
    regular counting of the number of women , men , children, able and disabled people in a country by the government for the purpose of economic planning and development .
    1 b )
    i ) Population Density: The density of the
    population of the different areas of a country can easily be known .
    ii ) Population size : Population census
    helps the government to know the
    total number of people in the country .
    iii ) Labor : The number of labor available
    at a particular time in an area
    can be determined through population census .
    1 c )
    i ) Irrelevant or duplicate data collected
    ii ) Pertinent data omitted
    iii ) Erroneous or misinterpreted data
    collected
    iv ) Too little data acquired from client
    v ) Data base format causes disorganized health status profile
    1 d )
    i ) Increase in the dependency ratio
    ii ) Increased government spending on
    health care and pensions
    iii ) Those in work may have to pay higher taxes
    iv ) Shortage of workers
    v ) Higher savings for pensions may
    reduce capital investment.



    3 a )
    CHARACTERISTIC
    i ) Farming is done on subsistence level
    ii ) It is common in rural areas with
    abundant farmlands
    iii ) It involves small holding of farmlands
    iv ) Food crops like yam , maize, cassava etc are grown
    v ) Farmlands are left to fallow after one
    or two years of cultivation
    3 b )
    land preparation is The process of
    preparing the soil for planting, to
    provide a soil environment favorable for
    plant germination and/or growth.
    3 c )
    - Advantages -
    i ) It aids the natural restoration of soil
    nutrients during the fallow period
    ii ) It helps to control plant and diseases
    and pests
    iii ) It uses cheap family labour
    iv ) It requires low farm input like cutlass
    and hoe
    v ) It ensure continuous sustenance during periods of crop failure
    3 d )
    - Disadvantages -
    i ) It leads to wastage of land which
    could have been used by allowing
    ii ) it to lie fallowIt leads to soil erosion
    when soil is exhausted
    iii ) It destroys valuable forest resources
    like timber
    iv ) It leas to land fragmentation due to
    increase in population
    v ) It does not leads to mechanization of
    farms
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    7 a )
    Drawing
    7 b )
    i ) availability of grasses for cattle feeding
    ii ) the vegetational zone is guinea savanna with rainfall span 6 - 8 months to about 100 - 150 cm /
    iii ) land is fertile for quick growth of grass and land not water logged hence rearing is convinent
    iv ) land ability vast land for rearing and reduced carnivores which could serve as predator
    7 c )
    CATTLE
    i ) serve as source of food
    ii ) reduce disease out break or speard as a resevoir of some pathogenic parasites
    iii ) source of income as foregn exchange
    iv ) source of raw material for some industries ( eg beef )
    COCOA
    i ) source for food
    ii ) source for income
    iii ) source of raw material to industries
    iv ) research material or specimen
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    6 a )
    Drawing
    6 b )
    i ) serves as a tourist centre
    ii ) source of income for industrial production such as wood ,ply,paper ,pulp
    iii ) serves as home of some animals which in turn serves as a game reserve
    iv ) serves as home for reserve and safe keeping of some plants and animal species
    v ) forest serves as a wind breaker which in turn facilitate increase rainfall which aid better agricultural purpose in such area which helps in reduction of food shortage . Plant species also can be medicinal to cure many infections
    6 c )
    i ) soil erosion
    ii ) deforestation which exposes the soil ( loss soil fertility )
    iii ) destruction of some animals habitat
    iv ) reduce rainfall in exploited area and interruption of water cycle
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    5 a )
    Drawing
    5 b )
    i ) they are dynamic and flow downhills
    ii ) presence of debris
    iii ) presence of cataracts
    5 c )
    i ) reduction in rainfall which enhance reduce the water volume and shortness of river
    ii ) silting of river which reduces water volume
    iii ) deposition of bio - degradable and non- degradable material which hinder movement and aquatic life
    iv ) Eutrophication which lead to over development of other plant growth of plantin abundant
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    2 i )
    Kabria

    The wife of Adade and mother of three energetic children, Kabria worked with MUTE, a non - governmental agency and lived in a decent neighbourhood in Accra which contrasted sharply to the situation in Sodom and Gomorrah . With a problematic car called Creamy , she tried to combine career with her responsibilities as wife and mother . She was instrumental to Fofo’s rehabilitation and contributed in no small measure to unraveling the mystery surrounding Baby T

    2 ii )
    Onko

    Onko lived in the same compound as Maa Tsuru . In a compound that reeked of poverty , Onko was portrayed as a man of means who gave generously . He took advantage of Baby T and defiled her . He bribed Maa Tsuru who kept quiet over the issue . His business suffered a downturn thereafter . He committed suicide after Baby T ’s death . The author uses his character to buttress the fact that children are mostly defiled by adults who are close to them .
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    6 ii )
    Theodore

    Roles of Theodore Falconara in the castle of otranto - son of Jerome , who grew up as a peasant Theodore , a young peasant and the true heir to Otranto. He is imprisoned and nearly executed by Manfred ’s order , but with both human and supernatural aid he triumphs, marrying Isabella and becoming the new Prince of Otranto.

    6 iii )
    Father Jerome

    Roles of Father Jerome in the castle of otranto - formerly prince of Falconara, now a priest . Called to give absolution to the condemned Theodore , he discovers that Theodore is his own son , born before he entered the Church .
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    Physics - Obj
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    1a )
    S / N | Quantities | Formula| unit | dimension
    1| force | f = ma | newton( N )| kgms ^ -2 or MLT^ - 2
    2| momentum ( p)| p= mv | kgms ^ -1 or MLT^ - 1
    3| density | e = m / v| kgm ^ - 3 or ML ^ - 3

    1bi )
    Relative density of a substance : This is the density of a substance to the density of water i .e .
    Relative density = Density of substance / Density of water

    1bii)
    Title of experiment: Determination of density of extracted stone from a rock
    Apparatus - Eureka can , thread , stone , measuring cylinder , wooden stand
    Reagent - Water

    Procedure: -
    - A hard stone is extracted from a rock
    - weigh the obtained stone
    - thigh a thread round stone
    - the mass of a stone is obtained using a lever balance
    - the stone with thread is place in water is displaced and the volume of the displaced water is equivalent to the volume of the solid guage by measuring cylinder placed beside the eureka can the volume of water dropped into it
    - has the mass and volume has been obtained the density can be determined as : -
    Density : -mass of irregular object ( stone ) / volume of water displaced

    1c )
    data given
    F = 60 N , e = 0. 3mm = 0 .3* 10 ^ -3 m
    length = 2m , d= 1.5 mm = 1.5 * 10^ - 3m

    1ci )
    stress = force / area
    area=^d^ 2/ 4 = 3. 142* ( 1. 5* 10^ - 3)^ 2/ 4
    A= 1.767 * 10^ - 6m ^ 2
    stress = 60/ 1 .767 * 10^ - 6= 33 .95 * 10^ 6N / M ^ 2

    1cii )
    strain= extention / original length
    = 0. 3* 10 ^ -3/ 2 = 0 .15 * 10^ - 3
    strain= 0 .15 * 10^ - 3

    1ciii )
    young modulus= stress / starin
    = 33 .95 * 10^ 6/ 0. 15* 10 ^ -3
    = 226 .33 * 10^ 9N / M ^ 2
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    2ai )
    i ) change of state of body
    ii) thermionic emssion
    iii ) increase in temperature
    iv ) photoelectric emission

    2aii )
    i ) thermal expansion
    ii) thermal conductivity
    iii ) change in resistance
    iv ) capillarity

    2bi )
    i ) increase in pressure leads to increase in boiling point
    ii) addition of common salt on the boiling point of water decreases it

    2bii)
    tabulate
    - saturated vapour -
    i ) it does not obey charles law
    ii) it does not obey boyles law
    iii ) it increase as temperature increases
    - unsaturated vapour -
    i ) it obey charles law
    ii) it obey boys law
    iii ) it does not
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    3ai )
    drawing
    Negative charge

    3aii )
    drawing

    3bi )
    eletric field potential this is the work done in taking a unit positive charge from infinty to the point in questing i .e V = Q / 4pie E. R

    3bii)
    eletric field intensity this is the ratio of electric force to the test charge
    E= Fe / q ( N / C )

    3biii )
    electric field intensity
    E= Fe / q = Q / 4^ E. r ^ 2
    electric potential at the surface of the sphere
    V = Q / 4^ E .r

    3c )
    data given
    r = 5. 0* 10^ - 3m , V = 5 .0* 10 ^ 4

    3ci )
    electric field intensity
    E= v/ r = 5 .0* 10 ^ 4/ 5. 0* 10^ - 3
    E= 1 * 10^ 7 N / C

    3cii )
    force on the electron
    E= Fe / q
    Fe= Eq = 1* 10 ^ 7* 4^ E. rv
    = 10 ^ 7* 0. 111* 10 ^ -9* 5 * 10^ - 3* 5* 10^ 4
    = 2. 75* 10 ^ -1 = 0 .275 N
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    4ai )
    mechanical wave is a wave that is an oscillation of matter , and therefore transfers energy through a medium .

    4aii )
    electromagnetic wave is a wave produced by the acceleration of an electric charge and propagated by the periodic variation of intensities of , usually , perpendicular electric and magnetic fields.

    4b)
    Data given ,
    Period T = 2. 5 × 10^ - 6s
    λ = 3 × 10^ 8 m / s
    λ = VT = 3× 10 ^ 8 × 2. 5 × 10^ - 6
    = 7. 5× 10 ^ 2m
    Wavelength = 7.5 × 10^ 2m
    = 750 m

    4ci )
    i ) light must be travelling from the dense to less dense medium

    4cii ) the angle of incidence in the denser medium must be greater than critical angle

    4ciii )
    i ) THE mirage
    ii) Field of view of a fish under water

    4d)
    given that
    y= 2sin ( 0. 5x- 500t )
    y= 2sim ( 0.5 x-500 t )
    by comparing with
    y= Asin ( t +-kn )
    w = 500rad/ s , k = 0. 5

    4di )
    K = 2^ / r
    r = 2^ / k = 2^ / 0. 5^=4m
    wave length = 4m

    4dii)
    W = 2^ / T
    T = 2^ / T = 2 ^ / 500^=4* 10 ^ -3 5
    speed ( v) = r / t
    = 4/ 4 * 10^ - 3= 10^ 3 m / s
    v= 1000 m / s
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    5ai )
    light

    5aii )
    frequency

    5bi )
    Tabulate
    - Photo emission -
    i ) it occurs at fixed temperature and pressure
    - evaporation -
    i ) it occurs at all temperature

    5bii)
    i ) photometer
    ii) television camera
    iii ) burglars alarms
    iv ) automatic doors

    5ci )
    Data given ,
    W = 2. 0eV
    λ = 4 .5× 10^ - 9m
    C = 3.5 × 10^ 8m / s
    h = 6 .6× 10^ - 35js
    W = hfo
    Fo = w/ h
    2× 1 .6× 10^ - 19/ 6. 6× 10 ^ -35
    = 0. 4848 × 10^ 15 Hz
    Fo = 4.848 × 10 ^ 14Hz
    Threshold frequency = 4.848 × 10 ^ 14Hz

    5cii )
    Maximum energy of photo electron
    E= hf - W
    = hc/ λ - w
    = 6. 6× 10 ^ -34 × 3 × 10^ 8/ 4. 5× 10 ^ -7
    = 4. 4× 10 ^ -19 - 3.2 × 10^ - 19
    = 1. 2× 10 ^ -19

    5d)
    i ) Each spectral is caused by an electron
    ii) Electron can exist only in circular orbits of definite quantum
    energy
    Limitation :
    i ) the electron is restricted to certain energy level
    ii) The orbital is identified by a set of three quantum numbers
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    Biology - Theory - Answers
    1ai )
    Cell: This is the smallest living organisms e . g nerve Cell , Phloem cells
    1aii )
    Tissue : This consists of 2 or more different types of Cell aggregatIng together to perform a specific function e .g xylem tissue ,none ,Cartilage
    1aiii )
    Organ : This is a group of similar tissue forming a layer in an organism which perform a specific function e . g leaves ,brain
    1aiv )
    System : This is a group of similar organs which work together to perform a specific function e . g digestive ,skeletal etc
    1b)
    The animal- like characteristics of Euglena :
    - Possession of flagellum used for movement
    - Presence of eyspot to enable it respond to light
    - Possession of ContraCtile vacuole used for excretion
    Two plant
    - Possession of chloroplasts which enables it to Carry out photosynthesis
    - Possession of pyrenoids where starch is stored .
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    2a )
    Soil erosion is the clearing away of the top soil . Top soil is the top layer of soil and is the most fertile.
    2b)
    Soil components .
    - organic matter - e . g animals dung
    - inorganic matter - e . g gravel
    - soil air - e .g oxygen
    - Soil water -e . g hydroscopic water
    2c )
    Ways in which soil fertility can be increased .
    - by shifting cultivation
    - by applying manure and fertilizer
    - by crop rotation
    2cii )
    Ways in which soil fertility can be reduced.
    - excess of other nutrients
    - by crop removal
    - by erosion
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    3a )
    - Corn : This is vertical , fleshy , underground stem that acts as a vegetative reproductive structure in certain seed plants . E .g crocus.
    - Bulb : This is a modified underground stem which has more than one or more buds enclosed in fleshy modified leaves or scales which supply energy to the bulb when they start to grow . E. g onions.
    - RhizomeThis is a horizontal underground stem which can send out bath shoots and roots from its nodes .
    3b) Tabulate
    Mitosis | Meiosis
    - Two offspring cells are formed | Four offspring cells are formed
    - There is no crossing over | Crossing over occurs
    - It involes only one stage of divison| It involves two stages of division
    3c )
    Procedure/ method
    - first boil the leaf for 4 5 6 minutes so as to Kill the cells
    - deep the leaf into a test tube containing 70% of alcohol to decolourise the leaf
    - the decolourised leaf is dipped into a beaker containing hot water to decolourise it
    - pour iodine solution on the leaf
    - on the second leaf pour iodine solution and blue - Black colouration is formed , it Shows the presence of starch on the leaf.
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    4a )
    i ) Amoeba - Body surface
    ii) Mosquito larva -
    iii ) Insect - Trachel system
    iv ) flowering plants - stomata and lenticels
    v) Birds - Lungs
    vi ) Lizard - Lungs
    vii) Dog - Lungs
    4bi )
    Tissue respiration : This is defined as the oxidation of organic food substances within the cells leading to the release of energy , carbon dioxide and water
    4bii)
    DRAW THE DIAGRAM
    4c )
    C 6 H 12 O 6( glucose) + 6O 2 - -- > 6CO 2 + 6 H 20
    ( energy )
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    5a )
    An efficient transport system is necessary in complex multicellular organism because of the following : -
    - Many cells are Situated far away from other .
    - the surface area to volume rates in complex multicellular organism is too small
    - A conducting or linking system becomes necessary to connect isolated groups of cells
    - diffusion alon can not be used for transport of materials to isolated cells
    5bi )
    Similarities
    - diffusion plays a major role in transportation in both plants and animals
    - liquid medium is required for transportation in both plants and animals
    - tubular or cylindrical vessels are necessary in plants and animals
    5bii)
    Tabulate
    Transport in Animals | Transport in plants
    - Blood is the medium of transportation | Cell sap is the medium of transportation
    - Heart generates forces for transportation of nutrients | Root pressure or transportation genrerates force for pull
    - The transport medium is made up of tissue | The transport medium is not tissue
    5ci )
    Red blood cells : They arforce for pull
    - The transport medium is made up of tissue | The transport medium is not tissue
    5cii )
    Red blood cells : They are small, round and biconcave disc -like in shape . They have no nucleus
    5ciii )
    Blood platelets : They are tiny irregular cell fragments without nucleus . They are produced in the red bone marrow
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    6ai )
    i ) Supratidal or splash zone
    ii) Intertidal or Neritic zone
    iii ) littoral or Sublidal zone
    6aii )
    - Brony fish
    It posses salt secreting glands in their gills or eyes to enable them maintain osmo - regulation
    - Shark
    It has ability to retain urea in this body to cope with high salinity
    - periwinkle
    They posses long for breathing and foot for attachment
    6bi )
    Phenotype : This is the total sum of observable features of an organism
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    hybrid : This is an offspring from a cross between parents that are genetically different but of the same species
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    Genotype : This is the total sum of the genes inherited from both parents
    6iv )
    Recessive gene : This is the gene that control recessive characters
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    1i )
    Commerce Influences Purchase Decisions When customers are deciding on a purchase , they start by looking online . Your website is your showroom , where customers can research your product and see all the reasons it is right for them .
    1ii)
    Commerce Taps into Social Media It ' s a social world out there , with customers turning to social media such as Facebook and Twitter to research potential purchases . For a smart business , an engaging social media presence can raise their company profile and encourage traffic and sales .
    1iii )
    Commerce Is Convenient Whether they 're just getting through the door after a 10- hour work day , or getting the shopping done at the crack of dawn before the kids get up , customers appreciate the convenience of online shopping.
    1iv )
    Commerce Can Broaden Your Brand eCommerce can be used in ways a
    traditional bricks and mortar store
    couldn' t , whether that is by offering
    intangible products, providing some
    kind of web search , or giving
    customers the ability to order a product to their exact specifications .
    1v)
    Commerce Offers a Personalized Experience There are many ways in which eCommerce can be used to forge a more personal connection with customers . For example , an eCommerce site could include personal recommendations , order tracking , quick customer service
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    5a )
    i ) The service department
    ii) The supply chain management department .
    iii ) The production and quality assurance departments .
    iv ) The finance department .
    v) The information technology department .
    5bi )
    Managerial Function - it includ Planning, organisation , staffing , directing,coordinating , reporting and budgeting of those who actually perform the operative functions of the Personnel Department .
    5bii)
    Training or Development Function : The training of the new employees and also of those who are being promoted is the crucial function of Personnel Department .
    A training programme is devised for this
    purpose .
    5biii )
    Miscellaneous function : To advise the line managers regarding administration of personnel policies
    5biv )
    Promotion , Transfer and Termination function : The performance of the employees is evaluated for the purpose of taking decisions concerning the
    employment .
    5bv)
    Welfare function : To make provisions for
    restaurants and other recreational
    facilities . In other words To apply the labour laws effectively .


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    6a )
    an agent is a person who acts on behalf of another person or group. in other words is a person or thing that takes an active role or produces a specified effect .
    6bi )
    Accounting : The agent must account for all funds entrusted to her and not commingle ( combine ) client / customer funds with her personal and / or business funds.
    6bii)
    Care: The agent must use all of her skills to the best of her ability on behalf of the client .
    6biii )
    Confidentiality: The agent must keep confidential any information given to her by her client , especially information that may be damaging to the client in a negotiation.
    6biv )
    Disclosure : The agent must disclose to the client any information she receives that may benefit the client ’ s position in a negotiation.
    6bv)
    Loyalty : The agent owes undivided loyalty to the client and puts the client ’ s interests above her own .
    6bvi )
    Obedience : The agent must obey all lawful orders that the client want
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    7a )
    contract is a legally binding agreements imposing rights and obligations on the parties which will be enforced by the courts
    7bi )
    Offer and acceptance : An offer is a standard of a willingness to be bound in certain specific terms . Acceptance on the other hand is fined and unconditional expression of assert to the terms of an offer
    7bii)
    Consideration must be valuable : A contract is valid if the gain to one part is balanced by some benefits known as consideration to the other party
    7biii )
    Intention to Create legal Banking - for an agreement to b enforceable as binding contact i . e must have been the intention of the parties to Create legal relations .
    7biv )
    Certainly of terms or agreement - the terms of agreement should be put down and clear to the parties involved in the agreement .
    7bv)
    All the parties must have confractional capacity - those entering into a contract must have confractional capacity.
    7bvi )
    The concept of the party must be geniune - one of the essential Requirement of any contract is the geniune consent of each party to assume the rights and obligations resulting from his becoming a part of the contract
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    10ai )
    Illiteracy and ignorance : Consumers in India are mostly illiterate and ignorant . They do not understand their rights . A system is required to protect them from unscrupulous businessmen .
    10aii )
    Unorganised consumers: In India consumers are widely dispersed
    and are not united . They are at the mercy of businessmen . On the other hand producers and traders are organised and powerful.
    10aiii )
    Spurious goods : There is increasing supply of duplicate products. It is very difficult for an ordinary consumer to distinguish between a genuine product and its imitation .
    10aiv )
    Deceptive advertising : Some businessmen give misleading information about quality , safety and utility of products . Consumers are misled by false advertisement and do not know
    the real quality of advertised goods .
    10av )
    Malpractices of businessmen: Fraudulent, unethical and monopolistic
    trade practices on the part of
    businessmen lead to exploitation of
    consumers. Consumers often get
    defective , inferior and substandard goods and poor service .
    10b )
    i ) Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ( CFPB )
    ii) Consumer Product Safety Commission ( CPSC )
    iii ) Federal Trade Commission ( FTC )
    iv ) Food and Drug Administration ( FDA )
    v) National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ( NHTSA )
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    2)
    i)Retribution
    This is the central theme of the play. The main idea is that a man reaps what he sows. All the corrupt characters are brought to book in the end. Chief is convicted and sentenced to twenty-five years in imprisonment with hard labour and ordered to refund the embezzled funds. This punishment is his harvest of corruption.

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    -The humiliation suffered by Aloho for drug trafficking, her pregnancy and death also portray her harvest of corruption.

    -Ochuole and Madam Hoha are sentenced to ten years in imprisonment with hard labour while Madam Hoha’s hotel is also sealed. This is their harvest of corruption.

    -Justice Odili and the Commissioner of Police are sentenced to twenty years in imprisonment for receiving bribe. Ayo, the clerk is also punished as he is sentenced to five years imprisonment for receiving a bribe.

    ii)Corruption
    The author illustrates the bribery, large-scale embezzlement in official quarters, drug trafficking, sexual immorality perpetuated by highly placed personalities who are supposed to be policy makers and law enforcement officers.

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    Frank Ogodo Ogbeche shows how corruption permeates government institutions and every fabric of the society as well as the devastating effect corruption has on our everyday life.
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    8)
    Tony Lumpkin – Son of Mrs Hardcastle and stepson to Mr Hardcastle, Tony is a mischievous, uneducated playboy. Mrs. Hardcastle has no authority over Tony, and their relationship contrasts with that between Hardcastle and Kate. He is promised in marriage to his cousin, Constance Neville, yet he despises her and thus goes to great effort to help her and Hastings in their plans to leave the country. He cannot reject the impending marriage with Constance, because he believes he’s not of age. Tony takes an interest in horses, “Bet Bouncer” and especially the alehouse, where he joyfully sings with working-class people. It is Tony’s initial deception of Marlow, for a joke, which sets up the plot. In other words Son of Mrs. Hardcastle from an earlier marriage, and known for his free-wheeling ways of drinking and tomfoolery. Loves to play practical jokes. Proves to be good-natured and kind despite his superficial disdain for everyone. His mother wants him to marry Constance but he is set against the idea.
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    Dinner tonight comes with gun wounds. Our desert tongues lick the vegetable bloodthe pepper strong enough to push scorpions up our heads. Guests look into the oceans of bowls as vegetables die on their tongues.
    The Dining Table is chiefly influenced by his experiences during the eleven-year Sierra Leonean war when guerrillas
    (an irregular armed force that fights stronger regular forces such as the army or police) started a movement against the nation’s corrupt government. Though the war was between the government and the guerrillas, it affected the civilian population in no small measure. At the centre of the conflict is the control of Sierra Leonean diamonds. In Other Words The Dining Table is a serious poem that records what the poet witnessed during the Sierra Leonean war.
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    ii)The use of Biblican allusion
    iii)The use of Apostrophe
    iv)The use of Alliteration
    v)The use of Anaphora
    vi)The use of Oxymoron
    vii)The use of Personification
    viii)The use of Metaphor
    ix)The use of Iversion
    x)The use of Dramatic Mnologue
    xi)The use of Rhtorical question
    xii)The use of Sarcasm
    xiii)The use of Prefiguration
    xiv)The use of Synecdoche
    xv)The use of Cotraction
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