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    ii)pistil(stigma, style, ovary)
    1b)
    i)Chickenpox
    ii)Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV/AIDS)
    1c)
    i)Formation of strict law/punishment for
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    ii)Discouragement of deforestation
    1d)
    i)Blood helps to trasport materials,in the body
    including nutrients, water,salts and waste
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    1f)
    Ecosystem
    1g)
    i)Discouragement of deforestation and
    planting of Canopy trees
    ii)prevention of overgrazing
    1h)
    i) it aid reduction of soil fertility
    ii)it reduces/ kill the living organisms of a soil
    surface
    1i)
    i) it leads to low production of crops
    ii)Affect the availability of nitrogen to
    improve chlorophyll function.
    1j)
    i)By Construction of structure
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    1k)
    i) Both affect respiration of organism when
    released to environment and microorganisms
    are voided in dust
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    deplete the ozone layer
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    i)Hinge joint
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    1n)
    Mendel’s first law of inheritance states that,
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    separate gametes.’
    OR
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    individual are situated in the gene which can
    be transfer from one generation to another
    1o)
    Kwashiokor (characterized by swollen stomach,
    ribs become prominent, yellow eye balls etc)
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    ii=light meter/photo meter
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    iv=Wind Vane
    v=Baermann Funnel
    vi=Hygrometer
    vii=Anemometer
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    2bi)
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    f)Arrow
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    Euglena
    3aii)
    1)Flagellum
    2)pigment spot(stigma)
    3)paramylum granule
    4) pellicle
    5)Nucleus
    6)food vacuole
    7)Contractile Vacuole
    8)Eye spot
    3bi)
    -Holozoic
    3bii)
    Flagellum (part I)
    3bii)
    i)It is used for detecting light
    ii)it is used for storage of starch
    iii)it is used for food storage
    3biv)
    PLANTS CHARACTERISTICS OF EUGLENA:-
    (Pick only two )
    i) It has chlorophyll for photosynthesis
    i)It uses holophytic mode of nutrition if light
    is present.
    iii)Possession of pyrenoid.
    ANIMALS CHARACTERISTICS OF EUGLENA:-
    (Pick Only Two )
    i)Possession of an eye part for light
    deflection.
    ii)Possession of pellicle.
    iii)Possession of a gullet and a food reservoirs
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    4a)
    ix)Cashew fruit
    x)Mango fruit
    xi)Okra
    xii)Pride of Barbados pod
    xiii)Tomatoes
    4aii)
    a=stalk
    b=swollen freshy receptacle
    c=Nut
    d=seed coat
    e=Endocarp
    f=Epicarp
    g=Mesocarp
    h=Epicarp
    i=seed
    j=Mesocarp
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    ix)False fruit, indehiscent
    x)True fruit, simple fruit, succulent
    xii)simple true dry dehiscent
    4bii)
    x)-Animal Dispersal
    xi)-Wind Dispersal
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    5a)
    xiv)-Axis Vertebra
    xv) – Thoracic Vertebra
    xvi) – Lumber Vertebra
    5aii)
    1=Neural Spine
    2= posterior Articular Surface
    3=Centrum
    4=Neural spine
    5=Transverse process
    6=Centrum
    7=Neural spine
    8=Neural Arch
    9=Neural canal
    10=Transverse process
    5bi)
    1 Xiv) it allow the head to be turned easily ie
    Twisting of the head
    2 Xv) it aid the attachment of the ribs
    3 xv) It assists in breathing along side with
    the ribs
    4 Xvi) They bear Considerable weight of the
    body
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    Xiv)it is found in the neck region
    Xv)it is found in the chest region
    Xvi)It is found in the upper abdominal region
    5c)
    Differentiate XIV AND XVI
    (XIV)
    -Axis
    i) Absence of centrum
    ii) it has no vertebral body
    iii)Absence of Transverse process
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    -Lumber
    i)presents of Centrum
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    (1a)
    (i) Pipette
    (ii) burette
    (iii) measuring cylinder
    (iv) conical flask

    (1bi)
    (i) By applying an indicator
    (ii) By stopping titration when colour change is observed

    (1bii)
    Phenopthalein

    (1ci)
    Concentration of B in moldm^-3
    Recall that Molar concentration=Mass concentration/Relative molecular mass
    ie moldm^-3=gdm^-3/gmol^-1
    Therefore Mola conc=8.8/40
    =0.22moldm^-3

    (1cii)
    Conc of A in moldm^-3
    CaVa/CbVb=nA/nB
    (Ca*24.60)/(0.22*25.00)=1/2
    Ca=0.1118moldm^-3

    (1ciii)
    Molar mass of H2X=Mass conc/RMM
    0.1118=3.9/RMM
    RMM=3.9/0.1118
    =14.884
    =15.00 (approximately)
    RMMof X=X+2=15
    X=15-2
    X=13

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    (2ai)
    It turns yellow

    (2aii)
    It oxidizes to form a corrosive brown yellow coating

    (2aiii)
    A white precipitate is formed

    (2aiv)
    Colour changes from blue to colourless

    (2bi)
    C2H2+H2O->C2H4OH
    OH^- + C2H2<=>C2H^- + H2O

    (2bii)
    The laboratory gas mask should be used

    (2biii)
    CO2, By passingit through Ca(OH)2

    (2biv)
    Because it heavier than air

    (2bv)
    When ethyne is bubbledthrough ammonical silver nitrate solution, a yellow-white precipitate of silver acetylide is formed while ethene does not react.

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    (3ai)
    Because NH3 reacts with conc. H2SO4 to form ammonium sulphate

    (3aii)
    Because it is highly soluble in water

    (3aiii)
    Because it is lighter than air

    (3b)
    (i) By dissolving in a suitable warm solvent
    (ii) By crushing the sample into particles

    (3ci)
    When PbCO3 is heated, a yellow lead oxide is formed while Pb(NO2)2 is heated to liberate a brown gas of NO2

    (3cii)
    NH4Cl turns blue litmus red while NaCl isneutral to litmus

    (3d)
    CO3^2-,HCO3^- and SO4^2-

    (3ei)
    E-Dessicant
    F-Guaze or perforated plate
    Example of dessicant is CaSO4

    (3eii)
    Dessicator is used in the laboratory to preserve moisture sensitive items egCaCl2(Cobalt chloride)

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    The dessicator's lid must be tightly closed in order to avoid leakage and can be sealed using silicon greese.
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    (1)

    MAP (MAP READING)



    (3a)

    Sedimentary Rock
    (i) Are form from sediment
    (ii) They occur in layers
    (iii) They contain strata
    (iv) They contain fossils


    (3bi)

    (i) Granite
    (ii) Graphite
    (iii) Slate
    (iv) Marble


    (3bii)

    (i) Mans vital water supply.
    (ii) Provision of building materials.
    (iii) Source of fuel.
    (iv) Serves as a source of economy.


    (4a)

    (i) Atmosphere :- is the essential mixture of nitrogen and oxygen with smaller quantities of water vapour.

    (ii) Hydrosphere :- These forms the ocean, seas,lakes and rivers which covers about three quarter of the earth surface.

    (iii) Bio-sphere :- It lies at the interface between the lithosphere,hydro-sphere and atmosphere.

    (4b)

    (i) Regulation of earth temperature.
    (ii) Protection from ultra violent rays of the sun.
    (iii) Helps us to breath as atmosphere contains air.
    (iv) Separates the earth from the space.


    (5ai)

    (i) Build the geographical database on the physical environment.

    (ii) Support sampling strategy based on a spatial approach.

    (iii) Define evolution in connection with global change.

    (iv) Brings about remote sensing.


    (5aii)

    (i) Spatial data
    (ii) Vector data

    - Spacial Data :- is a geographical representation of features.

    - Vector Data :- Represents a geographical feature through point line or polygon or combination of these.

    (5b)

    (i) Open Topography
    (ii) Open Street Map
    (iii) Esri Open Data
    (iv) Natural Earth data.
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    Answer No 1 and other four questions [number 1 is compulsory]


    (1)

    MAP (MAP READING)



    (3a)

    Sedimentary Rock
    (i) Are form from sediment
    (ii) They occur in layers
    (iii) They contain strata
    (iv) They contain fossils


    (3bi)

    (i) Granite
    (ii) Graphite
    (iii) Slate
    (iv) Marble


    (3bii)

    (i) Mans vital water supply.
    (ii) Provision of building materials.
    (iii) Source of fuel.
    (iv) Serves as a source of economy.


    (4a)

    (i) Atmosphere :- is the essential mixture of nitrogen and oxygen with smaller quantities of water vapour.

    (ii) Hydrosphere :- These forms the ocean, seas,lakes and rivers which covers about three quarter of the earth surface.

    (iii) Bio-sphere :- It lies at the interface between the lithosphere,hydro-sphere and atmosphere.

    (4b)

    (i) Regulation of earth temperature.
    (ii) Protection from ultra violent rays of the sun.
    (iii) Helps us to breath as atmosphere contains air.
    (iv) Separates the earth from the space.


    (5ai)

    (i) Build the geographical database on the physical environment.

    (ii) Support sampling strategy based on a spatial approach.

    (iii) Define evolution in connection with global change.

    (iv) Brings about remote sensing.


    (5aii)

    (i) Spatial data
    (ii) Vector data

    - Spacial Data :- is a geographical representation of features.

    - Vector Data :- Represents a geographical feature through point line or polygon or combination of these.

    (5b)

    (i) Open Topography
    (ii) Open Street Map
    (iii) Esri Open Data
    (iv) Natural Earth data.
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    phys

    (1a)
    Tabular form

    S/N=1| 2 |3 | 4 | 5 |
    M(g)=23.0|29.0|35.0|37.0|40.0|45.0|
    θ(°)=25.0|30.0|35.0|40.0
    tan θ=0.4663|0.5774|0.7002|0.8391|1.000

    Slope S =∆M / ∆tanθ
    =50.0 - 35.0 / 1.00 - 0.70
    =15 / 0.3
    =50.0

    (1avii)
    To comfims the mass needed to just move block b

    (1viii)
    (i)i avoided parallax error
    (ii) I ensured the mass did not rest on a table

    (1bi)
    (i)Friction opposes motion
    (ii)The limiting frictional force is dependent of the nature of the surface in contact
    (iii) The maximum force of static friction is comparative to the normal force

    (1bii)
    (i) By streamlining
    (ii)By lubricating the surface
    (iii)By polishing the surface


    (1biii)
    F=MgSinθ
    where m=2kg
    θ=30°
    =2 × 10sin30°
    =20 × 0.5
    =10.0N

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    (2a)
    IN TABULAR FORM

    S/N=| 1 I| 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 |
    X(cm)=20.2|15.3|11.2|8.8|6.7|
    Y(cm)=7.6|9.6|12.8|16.2|20.2|
    X+Y(cm)=27.8|24.9|24.0|25.0|26.2|
    XY(cm^3)=153.52|146.88|143.36|142.56|135.34|

    (2av)
    slope S = ∆(X+Y)cm / ∆XY(cm^3)
    =23.0 - 5.0 /140 - 80
    =0.3cm^-1

    (2avi)
    K = 1/S
    =1/0.3
    =3.333cm

    (2avii)
    (i)I avoided parallax error when reading the meter rule
    (ii)I ensured that sharp image was formed on the screen

    (2bi)
    K confirm the sum of the distance of the object and image formed

    (2bii)
    A real image is the one through which the ray of light pass. If a screen is placed at the position of real image, the image is seen on he screen While
    A virtual image is one whereby rays of light do not pass but which nevertheless visible to the eye

    (2biii)
    1/F= 1/U + 1/U
    F=
    U=25.0cm
    V=40.0cm

    1/F =1/25 + 1/40
    1/F =40 + 5 / 200
    1/F =200 / 45
    =4.4cm
    therefore focal length of the lens =4.4cm

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    (3a)
    IN TABULAR FORM

    S/N =1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 |
    R(π)=1.0|2.0|3.0|4.0|5.0|
    Y(cm)=16.5|25.5|30.0|33.0|36.0|
    P=R^-1(π^-1)=1.000|0.500|0.333|0.143|0.091|
    Q=100/1(cm^-1)=6.061|4.000|3.333|3.030|2.778|

    (3avi)
    slope S=∆P/∆Q
    =0.76 - 0.20 / 5.00 - 2.80
    =0.56 / 2.2
    =0.2255cmΩ^-1

    (3avii)

    K = 1/S
    = 1/0.255
    =3.922Ω/cm

    (3aviii)
    (i)I ensured tight connection of wires at the terminal
    (ii)I ensured that the key was not closed when reading are not being taken to avoid cells being run down

    (3bi)
    Intercept C = - 0.5Ω^-1
    therefore Z= 1/C
    = 1/-0.5
    =-2.0Ω
    significance:To confirmed of the resistance

    (3bii)
    (i)length of the wire
    (ii)Temeperature of wire.
    (iii)cross sectional area

    (3biii)
    Resistivity of a given wire is defined as the resistance of a unit length of the wire of a unit cross- sectional area
    P =RA/L
    A=cross sectional area
    R=Electrical resistance
    L=length of the wire
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    1i)
    General Agent:This agent has the authority to act on
    behalf of his principal in all matters pertaining to a
    particular business. For example A man who manages
    a book Shop and act on all matters concerning books
    on behalf of a business man who has a chain of
    business
    1ii)
    SPECIAL AGENT:This is an agent who is appointed for
    a purpose which is normally not part of his business
    activities and there fore given limited powers
    1iii)
    Factors:A factor is a mercantile agent to whom goods
    are entrusted for sale by a principal. He takes
    physical Possession of the goods though he does not
    obtain ownership of the goods
    1iv)
    Brokers:These are the commercial agent who do not
    have Possession of the goods but whose duty is to link
    his principal with potential customers
    1v)
    Delcrede Agent:This is an agent who sells goods on
    behalf of his principal with a promise and acceptance
    of responsibility for the collection of the proceeds of
    his sales
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    3a)
    Advertising may be defined as form of non-personal
    commercial means of bringing the existence or
    production of new goods and services to the knowledge
    of member of the public and persuade them to buy
    and use the goods and services
    3bi)
    INFORMATIVE ADVERTISING:Is the delivery of
    advertising messages through Mass media with the
    intent of informing a target market about the
    benefits offered by a new product or innovation. This
    is one of the three common general objectives
    companies can have with advertising
    ii) PERSUASIVE ADVERTISING :This is one of the most
    common forms of advertising and the most ideal one
    indeed. It appeals to people to buy and use a
    particular commodity whether they need it or not by
    making then to understand that they cannot do
    without the commodity. This type of advertising that
    is persuasively emotional make people sometime to buy
    goods that are of no need to them
    iii) COMPETITITVE ADVERTISING :This is the form of
    advertising for goods that close substitutes. It is
    aimed at creating large market for a particular
    commodity at the expanse of close substitutes. It
    meticulously without pouring as persons on close
    substitutes information the consumers that a
    particular commodity is far better than its close
    substitutes
    iv) DIRECT ADVERTISING :This is the form of
    advertising directing to a section or class of people
    that make use of the goods and services advertised.it
    avoid waste of money, Energy and misdirection of
    advertising for instance form implements should be
    directed to the farmers in the rural areas not in
    urban area where farming is not relative by practised
    _____________________________
    6a)
    1)High Speed:
    It is the fast speed means of transport.Passengers
    and goods can be transported easily from one place to
    the other.
    2)Minimum Cost:
    Unlike railways and road transport, there is no need
    to spend money on the construction of any track or
    road, only airports have to
    be constructed.
    3)Strategic Importance:
    An airway has great strategic importance. It can be
    used for internal and external security.
    4)Easy transport of costly and light goods:It is quite
    convenient to send costly, light and perishable goods
    through air transport.
    5)Free from physical barriers:
    Air transport is free from physical barriers like river,
    mountains and valleys etc.
    6b)
    1)Encourage development
    2)Economic growth
    3)promotion of trading activities
    4)efficient distribution of goods
    5)Facilitate movement
    _____________________________
    9a)
    i)Land
    ii)Capital
    iii) labour
    9bi)
    i)LAND:Land as a factor of production is a free gift
    of nature and is fixed. it is the oldest factors of
    production in the sense that it has been on earth
    before man started working on it, land in Commerce
    does not include only the hard surface of the earth
    but all other free gifts of nature that man never
    increase the surface of land and water
    Example :they include the soil, farmland, mineral
    deposits, forests, sunshine, fishing grounds;bodies of
    water such as lakes, Sean, rivers etc
    9bii)
    CAPITAL:This may be defined as wealth reserved or
    set aside for the production of more wealth. They also
    refers to all man-made productive assists;that is all
    man-made wealth or goods used to produce other
    goods and services
    Examples of capital are machines, tools factory
    buildings, raw materials, fuel, money etc
    9biii)
    Labour:Labour refers to all human effort which may
    be physical or mental, skilled or unskilled, scientific or
    artistic, used in the productive process, usually for a
    reward
    For example :the effort of the labourer in the field
    (physical effort)
    The effort of the accountant in the bank(mental
    effort)
    Its reward is a wage or salary
    _________________________
    10a)
    i)The problem of double Coincidence of wants
    ii)Problem of rate of exchange
    iii)Problem of indivisibility of some goods to be
    exchanged
    iv)Problem of storage or saving
    v) Impossibility of large - scale production
    10b)
    i)The problem of double coincidence of want:Trade by
    barter involves double coincidence of wants. A
    producer has to find someone who has what he has or
    produce. For example it is not enough for a yam
    former to find a carpenter who procedure the chairs
    which he requires
    ii) Problem of rate of change:There was no unit of
    exchange or common standard of value and so there
    was the problem of an adequate valuation of goods to
    be exchanged. For example, if the yam farmer was
    lucky enough to find a carpenter who was ready to
    exchange his goods with his, another problem arose
    iii)Problem of indivisibility of some goods to be
    exchanged :A problem arose when the owner of a large
    indivisible commodity wanted to exchange his his goods
    for some small items. For example, if the owner of a
    cow want some pepper, he may find it very difficult
    to effect an exchange
    Iv) Problem of storage or saving: During the barter
    system, saving was difficult especially when the goods
    were perishable. It was difficult to store perishable
    goods as wealth since this would lead to loss
    V) Impossibility of large - scale production :Large scale
    production is only possible where there is a large and
    guaranteed demand for products and with the
    existence of division of labour. During the barter
    system, the demand for goods was never certain, and
    so division of labour and large - scale production were
    rare.
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    1ai)
    i)as a colony eg volvox
    ii)as a filament eg spirogyra
    iii)as a part of a living organism eg amoeba
    1aii)
    ADVANTAGES
    i)it leads to cellular differentiation
    ii)it leads to internal structural specialisation
    iii)it increases adaptation of environment
    iv)complexity leads to efficiency
    v)complexity leads to increase in size
    vi)mutual interdependence between component cell
    DISADVANTAGES
    i)inability of individual
    cells to exist on their own
    ii)difficulties in acquisition of oxygen and food
    materials
    iii)it leads to slower rate of diffusion
    iv)slower rate of expulsion of waste products
    v)difficulties in reproduction
    vi)decreases in ability to regenerate
    1bi)
    VIRUS AS A LIVING THING
    i)virus is on the borderline between living things and
    non-living things
    ii)it possesses characteristics which can
    be transmitted from one generation to the other
    1bii)
    VIRUS AS A NON-LIVING THING
    i)when a virus is extracted from a living cell and
    placed in a non living medium, it assumes a
    crystalline and thus become non living
    2ai)
    i)carbon (iv) oxide derive from the atmosphere
    ii)sunlight is observe from solar energy
    iii)optimum temperature
    iv)water and mineral resources
    v)chlorophyll is formed on the leaves
    2aii)
    Aim: To show than sunlight is necessary for
    photosynthesis
    Material required: A potted plant, strip of black
    paper, clips, cupboard.
    Method: The potted plant is first de-starched by
    putting it in a dark cupboard for 1-2days. this is to
    remove all traces of starch formed by leaves. After
    this, the middle of one of the leaves is covered by a
    strip of block paper, both of the front is then placed
    in sunlight. After about 3-5hours, the paper is
    removed. The leaf is then tested for starch
    Observation: Only the exposed parts, i.e the top and
    bottom of the leaf turned blue-black with the iodine
    solution which shows the presence of starch while the
    area that was covered with black paper will remain
    colourless, indicating that starch is absent.
    Conclusion: The experiment shows that sunlight is
    necessary for photosynthesis
    2b)
    micro nutrient necessary for plant growth are:
    i)chlorine
    ii)manganese
    iii)Boron
    iv)copper
    v)zinc
    macro nutrient are:
    i)nitrogen
    ii)phosphorus
    iii)potasium
    iv)magnesium
    v)carbon
    3ai)
    A diet that contains the proper proportions of
    carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals,
    and water necessary to maintain good health.
    Or
    3ai)balance diet is a food containing the correct
    proportion of all the six classes of nutrients,they
    are: carbohydrate,pro
    tein,vitamin,fat & oil,mineral and water
    3aii)
    i)It provides energy required for normal activities
    ii)Prevent malnutrition deficiency or diseases
    iii)It encourages growth and normal development in
    the body
    iv)It makes us healthy and by so doing makes us to
    resist diseases.
    3b)
    method 1:
    rub the test substances on a paper or melt it on
    paper
    result: the paper becomes translucent indicate
    presence of fat
    method 2:
    to the test substances, add a few drops of osmic
    acid.
    Result is that there is brownish black coloration
    indicate the presence of fat
    method 3:
    to about 1cm^3 of milk in a test tube,add a few
    drops of sudan iv, the result is that the red colour is
    obtained
    showing the presence of fat.
    3ci)
    -Maize weevil
    -Beans weevil
    -Cowpea weevil.
    -Black citrus Aphid
    -Bird
    -Rat
    -Stem piercing moth
    -Variegated Grasshopper
    -Cotton stainer
    -Yam beetle
    3cii)
    Virus
    -Rosette disease groundnut.
    -Cassava mosaic
    -bunchy top disease.
    Bacteria
    -Leaf blight of cassava.
    -Black arm(bacterial blight of cotton)
    5a)
    -in complex multicellular organism, many cells are
    situated far away from others, hence substance have
    to be moved over greater distance.
    -the surface are to volume ratio(Sa/v) in complex
    multicellular organism is too small, hence the need
    for an efficient transport system
    -conducting or linking system becomes necessary to
    connect isolated groups of cells
    -diffusion alone cannot be used for transport of
    materials to isolated cells
    -materials being transported are large in quantity
    for simple precess of diffusion, osmosis or active
    transport to accomplish. hence the need for an
    efficient transport system in higher organism
    5b)
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    1a)
    123.24base8 - ()base10
    = 1*8^2 + 2*8^1 + 3*8^0 + 2*8^-1 + 4*8^-2
    = 64 + 16 + 3 + 2/8 + 4/64
    = 83 + 1/4 + 1/16
    = 83 + 4+1/16
    = 83 + 5/16
    = 83^5/16base10

    1b)
    8^1/3 * 5^2/3 * 10^-2/3
    2^3/3 * 5^2/3 * (2*5)^2/3
    2^1 * 5^2/3 * 2^-2/3 * 5^-2/3
    2^1 * 2^-2/3 * 5^2/3 * 5^-2/3
    2^1-2/3 * 5^2/3-2/3
    2^3-2/3 * 5^0
    2^1/3 * 1
    = 2^1/3

    2a)
    y=1+2x/x-2
    :- 2x+y = ?
    = 2x/1 = 1+2x/x-2
    = 2x/1+1+2x/x-2
    = 2x(x-2)+(1+2x)/x-2
    = 2x^2-4x+1+2x/x-2
    = 2x^2-2x+1/x-2

    2b)
    if x+1/2 = x-3+5/x
    :- x+2/2 - 5/x = x-3
    x(x+1)-5(2)/2x = x-3
    x^2+x-10 = 2x(x-3)
    x^2+x-10 = 2x^2-6x
    x^2-2x^2+x+6x-10 = 0
    -x^2+7x-10 = 0
    x^2-7x+10 = 0
    x(x-5)-2(x-5) = 0
    (x-2)(x-5) = 0
    x=2 or x=5

    3a)
    victor investment = N6m
    nasiru investment = N3.6m
    total investment = N9.6m
    proft = turnover-investment
    = Nxm-N9.6m
    nasiru total take home
    = 30%+3.6/9.6*70% = 56.25%
    = 56.25/100*[Nxm-N9.6m]
    3b)
    Victor's collection rate
    =N6m/N9.6m*70%
    =43.75%

    4a)
    S = n/2{2a+(n-1)d}
    2S = 2an+(n^2-n)d
    2S - (n^2-n)d = 2an
    a = 2S-(n^2-n)d/2n

    4b)
    a=?, S= -890, d= -5, n=20
    but a=2S-(n^2-n)d/2n
    a=2(-890)-(20^2-20)-5/2(20)
    a=-1780-(400-20)-5/40
    a=-1780+380(S)/40
    a=-1780+1900/40
    a=120/40 = 3
    a=3

    5a)
    X={1,3,5,7,9,11}
    Y={2,3,5,7,11,15}
    Z={3,6,9,12,15}
    U={1,2,3,...15}


    5b)
    A≡X
    b≡Y
    C≡X
    (i)AnBnC={3}
    A^1={4,6,8,10,12,13,14,15}
    B^1={1,4,6,8,10,12,13,14}
    :- n(A^1nB^1nC) = {6,12}

    <font color="red">SECTION B</font>
    8a)
    2x-1/x^2+2x-15
    i)for zero, numerator = 0
    2x-1=0
    2x=1
    x=1/2

    ii)for undefined fraction, denominator = 0
    x^2+2x-15=0
    x^2+5x-3x-15=0
    x(x+5)-3(x+5)
    (x-3)(x+5)=0
    x=3 or -5

    8bi)
    internal diameter = 12cm
    internal radius = 12/2 = 6cm
    thickness = 2cm
    extrenal diameter = 12+4=16cm
    external radius = 8cm

    i)volume = 2/3πr^3
    = 2/3*22/7{R^3 - r^2}
    = 44/21{8^3-6^3}
    = 44/21{512-216}
    = 44/21{296} = 13024/21
    = 620.19cm^3

    8bii)
    Area of top = πr^2
    = 22/7{8^2 - 6^2}
    = 22/7{64 - 36}
    = 22/7{28}
    = 22*4
    = 88cm

    10)
    x̅ = Ʃfx/Ʃf = 3035/50 = 60.7
    a)mean deviation = Ʃf|d|/Ʃf
    = 748.8/50
    = 14.98
    b)standard deviation = rootƩfd^2/Ʃf
    = root16224/50
    = root324.48
    = 18.01

    11ai)
    education = 350
    medicine = 150
    engineering = 200
    law = 100
    arts = 100
    total = 900
    angular sector
    i)
    education = 350/900*360
    = 140°
    ii)
    medicine = 150/900*360
    = 60°
    iii)
    engineering = 200/900*360
    = 80°
    iv)
    law = 100/900*360
    = 40°
    v)
    arts = 100/900*360
    = 40°
    11aii)
    % of students admitted into faculty of education = 350/900*100%
    = 350/9
    = 38.9%

    11bi)
    P(B)=3/12 = 1/4
    P(W)=4/12 = 1/3
    P(R)=5/12
    P(one of each ball)=1/4*4/11*5/10* + 1/3*3/11*4/10* + 5/12*3/11*4/10
    = 1/22+2/55+1/22
    = 5+4+5/110
    = 14/110 = 7/55

    11bii)
    P(at least two red)
    = 5/12*P(RRR1)+P(RR1R)+P(RRR)
    = 5/12*4/11*7/10 + 5/12*7/11*3/10 + = 5/12*4/11*3/10
    = 7/66 + 7/88 + 1/11
    = 28+21+24/264
    = 73/264

    13a)
    gross income = 2,500,000
    personal allowance = 150,000
    children(3) = 60,000
    insurance(2) 2% of gross = 50,000
    contribution(2) 8% of gross = 200,000
    total = 460,000
    taxable income = 204000

    a)
    Monthly gross pay
    = 2,500,000/12
    = N208333.33

    b)Tax pay
    5% 0f 1st N30,000
    = 5/100*30,000
    = N15,000
    10% of next N30,000
    = 10/100*30000
    = N3,000
    15% of next N50,000
    = 15/100*50,000
    = 7,500
    20% of next 50,000
    20/100*50,000
    N10,000
    25% on remaining = 25/100*(2040000-160,000)
    = 25/100*1880000
    = N470,000
    therefore:
    tax pay = 1500+300+7500+470000+110,000
    = 492,000
    monyhly tax = 492,000/12
    = N41,000

    c)Next pay = 2,500,000 - 49,200
    = N2008000
    monthly next pay = 2008000/12
    = N167333.33

    15a)
    R=4%
    T=5years
    A=142,000
    I=?
    P=?
    But I=PRT/100 = P*4*5/100 = 20P/100
    I=P/5
    but A=P+I
    :- 142,000 = P+P/5
    142,000 = 5P+P/5
    142,000*5 = 6P
    P = 142,000*5/6
    P = N118333.33

    15b)
    cash price = N82,000
    deposit = N40,000
    instalment = N2,500 for 24months
    :- Total instalment = 2,500*24
    =N60,000
    Total amount paid on hire purchase = 40,000+60,000
    = N100,000
    difference between cash price and hire purchase
    =100,000 - 82,000
    N18,000

    15c)
    ​for the first year​
    Depreciates = 3.5/100*55,000 = N1925
    actual cost in 1st quarter = N53075
    in 2nd quarter
    Depreciate 3.5/100*53075 = N1857.63
    actual cost in 2nd quarter = N51217.37
    3rd quater
    Dep = 3.5/100*51217.37 = N1792.61
    actual cost in 3rd quarter = N49424.76
    4th quarter
    Dep = 3.5/100*49424.76 = N1729.87
    actual cost in 4th quarter = 47694.76.89
    :- at the end of the first year, the bike cost N47694.89
    ​for the second year​
    1st quarter
    dep = 3.5/100*47694.89 = N 1669.32
    actual cost = N46025.57
    2nd quarter
    dep = 3.5/100*46025.57 = N1610.89
    actual cost = N44414.68
    3rd quarter
    dep = 3.5/100*44414.68 = N1554.51
    actual value = N42860.06
    4th quarter
    dep = 3.5/100*42860.06 = 1500.10
    actual cost = N41359.96
    at the end of 2years cost = N41359.96
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    No 4)
    ONCE BITTEN , TWICE SHY.
    At this point, I can hardly remember the thoughts I had or the emotions I felt . Honestly it hasn' t
    been that long , but apparently enough time has passed to make it all easily forgettable . Except now , when I' m standing lonesome against a willow tree , those feelings fall heavily in my mind . It had lurked somewhere deep within a place
    unknown, a place where I had never thought to look . Perhaps I hoped what I felt back then would disappear , along with the memories
    that accompanied those days. Back
    when the word " love " was used all
    too freely and I , young and naïve,
    dreamt of the truest of loves . Yes, it
    was such a long time ago . In a crowd of familiar faces, only one in particular stuck out . He had broad , gentle features and a strong jaw with thin lips curved upward in a haughty smile. His eyes were a clouded blue that sought into my soul . A certain softness rested among those mystical orbs that
    seemed to sparkle dangerously as if
    they knew secrets you didn' t. For me , I was captivated with just a glance and I found myself wanting
    desperately to know what secrets they held . Was it so wrong of me to want to know more than I should? Now I understand how mistaken I was . The mistake came with a heavy price . Without realizing what that would be , all too eagerly I
    accepted its terms and gave in to the
    forbidden temptation. I admit my actions were sudden , too soon to be risking chances with such high
    stakes . I was a **** overwhelmingly
    hypnotized by the thought of desire
    and lust . A false love that was never
    meant to be and for what seems to
    be forever ends swiftly . Had I kept a clear head , I might have held a
    better fight . Who knows I may have
    escaped this misery had I opened my eyes and saw the flaws to my perfect dream. To become infatuate is like to be addicted to drugs or alcohol. Love , booze , whatever the
    substance all of it poisons you from
    the inside out . You lose yourself and
    the ability of reasoning until you 're entirely captured in a prison of
    artificial perfection. Yet every time the opportunity of freedom passes
    by you convince yourself to ignore
    the doubt . Leaving you waiting for them to come through and surprise you , knowing already they won 't . In
    the end you lose the argument with
    yourself that they ' re no good for
    you . There is nothing left for me to cry over . I have moved on and in a
    way erased the pain of betrayal from my slate , but I am still left in an emotional wreck . If nothing else , he left me with a stone heart that is
    loveless if not beloved. The forgiving nature I owned is still there , I can feel the tender caress of love
    unfading. Something inside me did break whilst another grew in its
    place. I have not changed and I have
    not lost , I am still struggling in this
    war of love. My eyes are opened
    now as I take a step forward in life.
    It is guaranteed I will fall again, but
    I assure you I will rise higher each
    time. For I am me , there is no other
    who is once bitten and twice shy .

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    ONCE BITTEN , TWICE SHY:
    Once bitten twice shy " is an old
    adage . In my case , it became a literal truth . I was very mischievous as a young boy. I enjoyed playing
    pranks and practical jokes on people. I also liked to chase cats and used a handmade catapult to shoot at birds on the trees . My parents did not approve of my behavior and
    constantly berated me for the mischief I caused. I was even given a good thrashing from my father from time to time. But I did not
    mend my ways until this incident . I
    had just finished lunch at home and
    I was feeling very bored . My brothers and sisters, all of them
    older than I , had not returned home
    from school. I decided to walk
    around the neighborhood and I
    brought my trusty catapult with me . Soon, I came to Mr. Lingam' s house . His pet dog , a giant
    Schnauzer , was tied to a post
    outside his house . I looked around
    and saw that no one was in sight. I
    decided to make good use o my
    catapult and picked a few small pebbles from the ground and aimed at the dog . A few of the pebbles hit the poor dog and it began to howl
    and help in pain . Eventually, the
    dog ' s anger was aroused and it began growling and barking fiercely
    at me while it strained against the
    ropes to free itself . I laughed at the
    dog , feeling amused by my sadistic
    deed. Suddenly, the rope that secured the dog snapped and the
    dog was free from its bonds . With a
    few powerful strides the dog was on me . Its teeth sank into the flesh of my calf. I screamed in pain and fright and fell to the ground .
    Luckily , my screams brought Mr. Lingam running out of the house and he managed to free the dog ' s teeth from my calf. He brought the dog into his house and quickly brought me to the clinic. The doctor gave me an injection and dressed the wound . I related the incident to the doctor and Mr.
    Lingam. The doctor chided me for being cruel to a helpless animal and asked me to be kind and
    considerate to all creatures in future. I learnt my lesson that day. I have since stopped playing pranks
    and being cruel to helpless creatures.

    ( 5a)
    Each fighter had to go back and gather momentum for a head -to- head collision

    ( 5b )
    ( i) He aimed to improve his action
    after a few heads on collision by kicking his uncle in his chin
    frightfully

    ( ii) Makenda prevented this by
    rotating his clenched right hand
    aloft.

    ( 5c )
    ( i) To grab Makenda and throw him down.

    ( ii) He was beaten black and blue by his uncle who threw his back to his dust.

    ( iii) Because Makenda was stronger , cooler and Older than him.

    ( 5d )
    ( i) Nothing
    ( ii) She would have killed Mekanda

    ( 5e )
    ( i) Simile
    ( ii) It means Like an outdated or useless tool

    ( 5f )
    ( i) Adjectival clause
    ( ii) It qualifies the noun " chairs"

    ( 5g )
    ( i) hurled - threw
    ( ii) Merely - Barely
    ( iii) Ex-jailbird - Ex-convict
    ( iv) Scared - Frightened
    ( v) Effort - Attempt

    ( 6a)
    ( i) By waking up early in the morning , having a good bath and
    exercising

    ( ii) By eating good food to enjoy
    health and energy benefits

    ( 6b )
    ( i) By eating nutritional and good
    food for the body

    ( ii) By drinking sufficient water
    after every meal

    ( iii) By sleeping well and at the right time

    ( iv) By engaging in any kind of exercise to keep you fit and maintain weight to healthy level.


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