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    i) It is the duty and obligation of every citizen to pay tax and other constitutional levies.
    ii) It is the duty and obligation of every citizen to be security conscious, to be ready to protect and defend the nation in time of war.
    iii) It is the duty and obligation of every citizen to obey every constituted authority.
    iv) It is the duty and obligation of every citizen to be law-abiding, respect and obey the law-enforcement and other security agencies.
    v) It is duty and obligation of every citizen to participate in civic activities e.g exercising their franchise that is right to vote and be voted.

    Functions of civil society

    ADVOCATE OF GOOD GOVERNANCE
    This group enable's those in government to run the affairs of the in a positive and progressive manner

    SOCIETY WATCH DOG
    civil society raise public corcern about any abuse of power

    PROMOTING OF POLITICAL PARTICIPATION

    Some civil society groups educates members of their fundamental and political participation
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    LITERATURE IN ENGLISH


    No12

    Themes

    i) The nature and vulnerability of innocence

    Innocence is presented here as freedom from constraint and self-consciousness. The child starts out taking pleasure in an uninhibited life, full of trust in his world, both natural and human. The fragility of this state is clear from images like ‘blossoms' and ‘tender plants .. strip'd'. The child soon experiences the ‘woe' in life and of learning the possibility of failure and betrayal.

    ii) Snares, confinement

    Images of confinement abound in the Songs. Blake the revolutionary opposed the coercive strictures of the ‘Establishment' – the state, organised religion etc. - which sought to quantify and rule all aspects of human behaviour. Here, education is formalised and restrictive, actually stunting the development of those it claimed to nurture. Prison imagery is seen in the ‘cruel eye' of the overseer and the ‘cage' of the bird.

    iii) Parental care and authority

    In Blake's work, parents are often perceived as inhibiting and repressing their children. Their own fears and shame are communicated to the next generation through the parental desire to ‘protect' children from their desires. According to Blake, parents misuse ‘care' to repress children, rather than setting the children free by rejoicing in, and safeguarding, their capacity for play and imagination. Here, parents are seen as colluding with a repressive system; it is as though they are entrapped by a way of seeing the world and transmit that entrapment to their offspring by perpetuating the system.


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    The Themes in Piano and Drums

    NO9
    i) The Theme of Culture / Conflict

    Culture in Piano and Drums by Gabriel Okara In the poem “Piano and Drums” the poet Gabriel Okara depicts and contrasts two different cultures through symbolism of pianos and drums. The Poem is divided into four stanzas. The first two stanzas represent the “drum” culture and the second two stanzas show the “piano” culture. The description of the drums is in two stanzas, but is one sentence long. The first line of the first stanza: ‘When at break of day at a riverside’ Uses trochees to emphasize the deliberate broken rhythm. The stanza has savage words, “bleeding flesh,” “urgent raw,” “leopard snarling,” “spears poised,” to show that this is a primitive culture, one which has dependency on the environment, as is represented by the “hunters crouch with spears poised.” The environment in this culture is physically dangerous, surrounded by wild animals. Drums here are a way of communication, and “jungle drums telegraphing the mystic rhythm, urgent, raw…” shows the way of life in this culture. This is life which is simple, near the beginnings of man. The stanza ... ... middle of paper ... ...with one another, with Drums illustrating primitive behaviour, and a savage, dangerous culture. The connotations of the piano are complex and technical. The piano uses significantly different word sounds, showing that it is learnt, westernized and intricate compared to the drums which is instinctive and naturally acquired, and simple. The poem uses no set rhyme pattern which suits the poem as it has an undecided effect, emphasizing the confusion of the persona over his future. The Themes in Piano and Drums

    ii) The Theme of Innocence

    The theme of innocence in the poem is explored in the poem is explored in the depiction of african culture, from the very first line of the poem where we are told that the events take place "at break of day", the idea of innocence is already implied. This is because the day is fresh and uncontaminated by other activities or sounds. The sound heard from the jungle drums are therefore pure and not corrupt, the poem also invokes the idea of innocence. The Themes in Piano and Drums

    iii) The Theme of Dilemma

    The theme of dile also features in the poem, while the poet speaks glowingly of african culture, he also finng european culture, despite its shortcomings, seductive. Thus he is unable to dwcide whether to let go of the inherited
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    1ai)
    - Regular maintenance is essential to keep machines and the work environment safe and reliable .
    - It helps to eliminate workplace hazards .

    1aii )
    Electrolysis can be used for electroplating of metals . expand in length by a fraction

    1b)
    I = m / zt = 0. 0015/ 3 .3* 10 ^ -7 * 2400
    I = 0. 0015/ 3 .3* 10 ^ -7 * 24* 10^ 3
    I = 0. 0015/ 7 .92 * 10^ - 4
    I = 1. 5* 10^ - 3/ 7. 92* 10 ^ -4
    I = 0. 19* 10^ 3 +4
    I = 0. 19* 10
    I = 1. 9
    I = 0. 7A
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    (2)
    Radius=5m
    Acceleration=1200m/s^2
    From a=v^2/r
    v^2=ar
    v^2=1200*5
    v=root6000
    v=77.46m/s

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    3a )
    A couple is a pair of forces , equal in magnitude , oppositely directed , and displaced by perpendicular distance or moment .
    3b)
    i ) The forces exerted by one ' s hand on a screw - driver
    ii) The forces exerted by the tip of a screw -driver on the head of a screw
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    7a )
    critical angle is the angle of incidence beyond which rays of light passing
    through a denser medium to the
    surface of a less dense medium
    are no longer refracted but totally
    reflected.
    7b)
    - Light travels as transverse waves and can travel through a vacuum .
    - Sound travels as longitudinal waves and needs to travel through a solid , liquid or gas.
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    4a)The statement: The linear expansivity of copper is 0.000017k^-1 means that, A unit length of copper will expand in length by a fraction 0.000017k^-1 of the original per Kelvin rise in temperature.

    4b) In plane mirror, if the object is
    upright, the image is also upright, of same
    size and does not change in size by moving
    the mirror towards or away from the face.
    While in concave mirror, if the object is
    upright, the image is also upright but
    magnified and increases in size by moving the
    mirror away from the face.

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    8a)i)wrapping the coil around an iron core.
    II) adding more turns to the coil.
    III) increasing the current flowing through the coil.

    8b) I) plate area
    II) Plate spacing
    III) Dielectic material

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    10a )
    Tabulate
    - Solids
    i ) they dont move around
    ii) they are rigid and dont flow
    - Liquids
    i ) liquids slosh around
    ii) the maintain the shape of their container

    10b )
    diffusion
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    11) E = hf₀ + 0.5[mv²]
    Where
    E = Total energy of a single photon of incident light
    h = Planck's Constant = 6.63 x 10^-34
    f₀ = Threshold Frequency
    v = Velocity


    threshold frequency.=4.5×10^-7


    velocity.=3.8×10^-8


    E = 6.63 x 10^-34 x 0.0000045 + 0.5[1 x 3.8e^-7²]

    E = 2.9835e-39 + 0.5[1 x 1.4442e-13]

    E = 2.984e-39 + 7.220e^-14

    E = 7.22e^-14

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    (12a)
    (i) It’s weight
    (ii) The upthrust of the fluid to which it fluts

    (12bi)
    Draw a table
    Under Fundamental quantites:
    -Velocity
    -Time
    Under derived quantity:
    -Density
    -Electric current

    (12bii)
    (i) Reducing the contact between the surfaces.
    (ii) Application of grease

    (12ci )
    a = 15 / 4
    a = 3 .75 m / 5^ 2
    12cii )
    total distance travelled
    j = ut +1/ 2
    a +2 = 0* 4+1 / 2* 3. 75* ( 4)^ 2
    0+1 / 2* 3. 75* 8
    a = 30 m / s
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    15ai )
    Electrical conductivity the degree to which a specified material conducts electricity , calculated as the ratio of the
    current density in the material to
    the electric field which causes the
    flow of current .

    15aii )
    - Low internal resistance Rechargeable
    - Has high voltage ( 2. 0V )
    - Supply higher current

    15bi )
    - To prevent it from rusting

    15bii )
    - the magnetic field is made stronger
    - the area of the coil is mereased



    15ci )
    70/ 100 = IsEs / IpEp
    70/ 100 = 20 Is / 440
    90/ 100 = Is * 20/ 2 * 220
    Is = 70* 440 / 20* 100
    Is = 15. 4A

    15cii )
    step down transformer
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    16a
    Natural radioactivity us the spontaneous disintegration of the nucleus of an atom during which alpha particles, beta particles or gamma ray or combination of any or all the three and heat (or energy) are released

    =>Artificial radioactivity is the bombardment of an ordinary material that are not radioactive with radioactive particle for it to be radioactive
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    Section 1 . Answers only one question in this part.
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    2

    Poison
    Poison is a street lord and leader of a prostitution ringto which Baby T was sold. Feared by all, Poison assaulted Baby T before her death and almost raped Fofo. He also tried to interfere with MUTE’s investigations as he did not want Baby T’s true identity to be revealed. A victim of abuse and neglect, Poison enjoyed inflicting pain on others. The author uses his character to show that with male children, streetism takes a different twist as it makes them almost irredeemable.

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    3)

    Yaremi is the novel’s protagonist and heroine. She is Ajumobi’s widow. Much of the story in Lonely Days revolves around her. Yaremi’s humiliation, loneliness and struggle for survival in Kufi are a microcosm of the plight of widows in the larger society.

    Her character is that of a hardworking and assertive widow undaunted by societal pressures. Through Yaremi’s character, the author celebrates the beauty, industry, talent and resilience of the African woman.

    Though her marriage to Ajumobi was not entirely perfect as they fought on some occasions, she loved her husband nonetheless. The author also uses Yaremi’s character to portray the dilemma most widows face when considering a second marriage. Through her character, one understands that a widow’s remarriage comes with so many unanswered questions.

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    SECTION II . answers only one question in this part

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    NO 8

    Bessie, Bigger’s girlfriend, works so hard that all she wants on her day off is to getshmammered.Bigger wants a little loving and she’s willing to exchange sex for liquor money. Needless to say, this is not the healthiest relationship in the history of relationships.
    But their arrangement works out pretty well... until Bigger gets his job and kills Mary. Then Bigger wants Bessie’s help to get money from the Daltons by pretending Mary’s been kidnapped. He doesn’t tell Bessie the real story, but Bessie is sharper than he bargains for and she figures out that he must have done something bad to Mary. (He's also actinguber-guilty.)
    Bessie iswayless than submissive to Bigger’s command that she help him. Then things go badly at the Daltons so Bigger tells her more than he intended. Her fear and remorse make her a liability and Bigger realizes he can’t leave her behind, but he also can't take her with him. He kills her.
    However—ugh, this novel makes usso mad—since Bessie is black, Bigger isn’t put on trial for her murder. Ultimately, Bigger is arrested and sentenced to death for killing Mary. As a result, one of Bessie’s most important roles in the novel is to show the prejudice of the American justice system.
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    1a)
    The Lord had said to Abram, “Go from your country, your people and your father’s household to the land I will show you. “I will make you into a great nation, and I will bless you; I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing. those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you. So Abram went, as the Lord had told him; and Lot went with him. Abram was seventy-five years old when he set out from Harran. He took his wife Sarai, his nephew Lot, all the possessions they had accumulated and the people they had acquired in Harran, and they set out for the land of Canaan, and they arrived there. Abram traveled through the land as far as the site of the great tree of Moreh at Shechem. At that time the Canaanites were in the land. The Lord appeared to Abram and said, “To your offspring I will give this land. ” So he built an altar there to the Lord , who had appeared to him.
    From there he went on toward the hills east of Bethel and pitched his tent, with Bethel on the west and Ai on the east. There he built an altar to the Lord and called on the name of the Lord.

    1b)
    i)faithfulness and obedience to God attracts his blessing
    ii)a lot of things which look impossible to us are possible with GOD
    iii)we should belive God to fulfill his promises to us as children and descendants of abraham


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    2a
    ( "the Jezreelite" is the central figure of a passage from the first Book of Kingsin the Hebrew Bible. According to the story, Naboth owned a plot on the eastern slope of the hill of Jezreel, south-west of the Sea of Galilee. [1]Described as a small "plot of ground", the vineyardseems to have been all he possessed and lay close to the palace of King Ahab, who wished to acquire it to have as a vegetable garden or "a garden of herbs" (probably as a ceremonial garden for Baalworship)[ citation needed]. The king promised compensation, based upon the assumption that Naboth owned the vineyard in fee simple; Naboth, however, had inherited his land from his father, and, according to Jewish law, could not alienate it. [2]Accordingly, he refused to sell it to the king. And king force him to sell and then frame him for the crime he never comitted.

    2b
    1. Poverty
    Corruption fuelled by poverty often occurs when the basic need of the common man has not been met. The poor often becomes desperate and engages in corrupt practices.
    2. Acceptance of Corruption by the Populace
    This is often the case where we see individuals who have been convicted of corruption with public titles and awards.
    3. Weak Government Institutions
    When there is a weak political and legal institution in the society, corruption is given the opportunity to thrive.

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    6a
    The Coming of the Holy Spirit
    2 When the day of Pentecost arrived, they were all together in one place. 2 And suddenly there came from heaven a sound like a mighty rushing wind, and it filled the entire house where they were sitting. 3 And divided tongues as of fire appeared to them and rested [ a ] on each one of them. 4 And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit gave them utterance.
    5 Now there were dwelling in Jerusalem Jews, devout men from every nation under heaven. 6 And at this sound the multitude came together, and they were bewildered, because each one was hearing them speak in his own language. 7 And they were amazed and astonished, saying, “Are not all these who are speaking Galileans

    6b
    1. The Holy Spirit Is Not an “IT”
    Too often we talk about the Holy Spirit as a thing, rather than a person. When we talk about the Spirit, we too often say things like, “Itdoes this anditdoes that.” He is the third person of the Godhead.He is not an “it.”
    2. The Holy Spirit is Experienced by Faith
    I don’t know of any biblical evidence that supports the idea that Holy Spirit can be physically felt. Things like goosebumps, tingling feelings, or an inner warmness are commonly attributed to “feeling” the Spirit, but those things are simply not how the Bible talks about the Holy Spirit.
    3. The Holy Spirit is Known by His Fruit
    So the natural question is, “Then how do I know I have the Holy Spirit?” The answer is, by the fruit in your life. If God’s Spirit is living in you and you are walking by His Spirit, then your life will produce a fruit that has certain characteristics.

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    SECTION C

    9a )
    Peter ’ s teaching on good citizenship , he told the people to make themselves subject to every human authority .
    It does not matter whether it is the emperor himself or the Governors sent by him to reward the just and punish the wicked because it is the will of God. When they do this, according to Peter , they will silence the ignorance of fools . Peter advised them to live as people who are free but also they should not use their freedom as a pretext to foment evil . Peter told them to live as servants of God . They must honour everybody , love the brotherhood. They must fear God and honour the emperor .

    9b)
    1. Love his nation and its legitimate institutions .
    2. Obey all laws of the country .
    3. Fight to defend the territorial integrity of his country , if options like dialogue fail .
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    4)
    Hadith za'id al-thiqah: It is another one of the various kinds of al-hadith al-hasan and al-hadith al-sahih. [24]
    Al-muwaththaq: It is a hadith whose transmitters are reliable, although some of them may not have been Shi'ite.
    Al-mutawatir: It is a tradition which has been transmitted from several
    narrators, so that it is impossible that it should have been forged. There are two kinds of this hadith: mutawatir in meaning, and mutawatir in words. However, if recurrence (tawatur) is in words, there may be chances

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    8)
    The development of islamic education in West Africa cannot be said without mentioning the contributions of the Late Emir of Gwandu who happens to be a scholar in Islamic political thought Sheikh Abdullahi Bin Fodio and that of his Elder Brother Sheikh Usman Bin Fodio.
    Abdullahi Bin Fodio or Dan Fodio (1766 – 1828), was the sultan of Gwandu (1819 – 1828), a scholar and brother of Usman Bin Fodio (1764 – 1817). Usman being more of a scholar than a politician, delegated the practical regency of the western part of his empire to Abdullahi, who later became the emir of Gwandu and the eastern part to his son Mohammed Bello.
    Sheikh Abdullahi memorized the Quran from his father, Muhammad who was known as “Fodiyo” which means the scholar in the Hausa language, he was raised religiously studying the outward and inward sacred sciences and devoted his life to inviting non Muslims to Islam and Muslims to the sunnah, studying, teaching, waging jihad, travelling the spiritual path of inner excellence and establishing Islamic governance.
    Adnan Mukhtar Adam TudunWada,
    Much has been said and written about Sheikh Abdullahi Bin Fodio both by his contemporaries and by later generations. A lot has been written about his scholarship and his military powers, qualities which no one can contest because they are as obvious and clear as the daylight, as a student of islamic political thought, I see the need of writing such an important article for the benefit of my followers on social media, the Sheikhs contribution in Islamic education I believe can serve as inspiration to many.
    There is a general consensus that sheikh Abdullahi was extremely pious and God fearing and had very strong, deep and unwavering faith, His source of leadership and political thought was armed with faith and with submission to the will of Allah, this is also his source of strength, he tried to model the whole of his life on the teaching of Islam. He had the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) as a physical example to emulate.
    He direct his attention to the acquisition of learning, whatever is learnt must be put into practice, he was a great scholar of Tafsir, Hadith and figh, having to his credit two Tafsirs; Diya’al Taswil and Kifayat Du’afa.
    The sheikh has gone far and wide, nook and crannie of west Africa in joining his brother to preach the religion of islam apart from these he engaged in teaching and writing.
    Among his works include:
    The light for governors (Diya la hakam) written 1804 – 1808, also published in Hausa as Hasken Mahukunta by Gaskiya Corporation in 1964, The light of politics (Diya-al-siyasat) written 1819-20 was aimed in shaping our politics to the teachings of islam.
    The light of interpretation (Diya-al-tawil) 4 volumes, The light of the community (Diya-al-umma) written 1811, the flawless way in leadership (Sabil-al-Salama fil Imama) originally written,1816
    Cancellation of the copies are among the numerous works of the Late Emir, there are being circulated not only in Africa but all over the world, and are serving as his major contributions to the development of islamic education.
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    CHEMISTRY THEORY ANSWER'S


    (1a)
    In a tabular form
    C; H; O
    Mass/molar mass of C is 6.12g/12
    Mass/molar mass of H is 0.85g/1
    Mass/molar mass of O is 2.72/16

    Under C: 0.51
    Under H: 0.85
    Under O: 0.17

    C = 0.51/0.17
    H = 0.85/0.17
    O = 0.17/0.17

    Empirical Formula is C3H5O
    Molecular Formula is. ?
    Molar mass is 134
    [C3H5O]n = 134
    [12 × 3 + 1×5 + 16 × 1]n = 134
    [36 + 5 + 16]n = 134
    57n = 134
    n = 134/57
    n = 2.35
    n = 2
    Molecular Formula [C3H5O]2
    = C6H10O2

    (1bi)
    Isotopy - Atom of the same element are alike in every aspect and differ from atoms of all other element
    35
    17Cl and

    37
    18Cl

    (1bii)
    Sub atomic particle: All elements are made up of small indivisible particles called atoms

    (1ci)
    Diagram

    (1cii)
    I. 2C2H2 + 5O2 ---> 4CO2 + 2H2O
    II. C2H2 + HCl ---> C2H3Cl

    (1d)
    Because they are in different states. Steam is in a gaseous state while water is in a liquid state.

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    2a )
    i ) Temporary hardness is caused by dissolved calcium hydrogencarbonate
    ii) Permanent hardness is caused by dissolved calcium sulfate .

    2bi )
    i ) Temporary Hardness can be Removed By Boiling
    ii) Permanent hardness can be removed by . . . washing soda ( sodium carbonate ); ion exchange ; the use of polyphosphate water softeners .

    2bii)
    Advantages
    i ) Calcium ions in the water are good for children 's teeth and bones .
    ii) Some brewers prefer using hard water for making beer .

    2biii )
    Disadvantages
    i ) It is more difficult to form a lather with soap.
    ii) Scum may form in a reaction with soap , wasting the soap.

    2ci )
    A saturated solution is a chemical solution containing the maximum concentration of a solute dissolved in the solvent .


    (2cii)
    Mass of impure CaCo3 = 5.2g
    Amount n; of CO2 formed = 0.05moles
    CaCo3 + 2Hcl ---> Cacl2 + CO2 + H2O
    1 mole of CaCo3 = 1 mole of Co2
    100g of CaCo3 = 1 mole of Co2

    Hence Xg of CaCo3 = 0.05mole CO2
    X = 0.05 × 1/1 = 0.05mol of CaCo3
    but n = m/M

    Therefore; m = nM = 0.05 × 100
    =5g of CaCo3
    %purity of CaCo3
    = mass of pure/mass of impure × 100/1
    = 5/5.2 × 100/1 = 96.2%


    2ciii )
    - Anthracite Coal
    - Bituminous coal
    - Sub -bituminous coal

    2civ )
    The anthracite coal : They are the purest forms of coal

    2d)
    - Zinc is not a transition metal because it forms only Zn2 + ions with all the 3d electrons present.
    - Zn not a transition metal , because it forms only Sc 3+ ions with n d- electrons

    2dii)
    Fine Chemicals : This is a chemical compound made in relatively small amounts and in a comparatively pure state .


    2diii )
    ( i ) dyes
    ( ii) perfume


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    3ai )
    petroleum gas and petrol -> kerosene - > diesel -> asphalt

    3aii )
    I -asphalt
    II - kerosene
    III -petroleum gas and petrol
    IV - asphalt

    3bi )
    i ) ethene
    ii) propene

    3bii)
    i ) structural isomerism
    ii) steveo isomerism

    3biii )
    19R -1 s ^ 2 2s ^ 2 2P ^ 6 3S ^ 2 3P ^ 6 4S ^ 1
    10S -1 S ^ 2 2S ^ 2 2P ^ 6
    24T -1 S ^ 2 2S ^ 2 2P ^ 6 3S ^ 2 3P ^ 6 4 S ^ 2 3D^ 4

    3biv )
    group 6

    3ci )
    I - AgNO 3 ( aq ) and BaCl 2
    II - BaCl 2 and Na 2SO 4
    III -Ca ( NO 3) 2 and H 2 CO3 ( aq )

    3cii )
    i ) fitteration
    ii) flocculation
    iii ) disinfection


    (3d)
    Mass of NaCl
    = mass of Nacl + mass of H2O
    = (23 + 35.5) + 80g
    = 58.5 + 80g = 138.5g
    Hence
    Since 39.8g at 100°C = 35.9g at 15°C
    138.5g at 100°C = Xg at 15°C
    X = 138.5 × 35.9/39.8g
    = 124.9g at 15°C
    Hence mass of Nacl precipitated
    = 138.5 - 124.9g
    = 13.6g of Nacl

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    (4a)
    (i) Coke
    (ii) Graphite
    (iii) Diamond
    (iv) Coal
    (v) Charcoal

    (4b)
    Le chatelier's principle states that for a reversible reaction in equilibrium, if any of the factors(temperature, concentration, pressure) keeping the system in equilibrium is altered, the system will shift to adjust the change

    (4bii)
    I - It will shift from left to right
    II - It will shift from left to right
    III - It will favor the forward reaction by increasing the product

    (4biii)
    Kc = [NH]2
    ------
    [N2][H2]3

    (4c)
    4H2O + 3Fe ---> Fe3O4 + 4H2
    3 moles of Me = 4 moles of H2
    3(56)g = 4(22.4dm³) of H2
    Therefore; 3.03g of Fe = Xg of H2
    X = 3.03 × 4 × 22.4dm³/3 × 56
    = 1.62dm³ of H2

    3(56)g of Fe = 3(56) + 4(16)g
    Therefore; 3.03g of Fe = X
    X = 3.03 × 232/168 × 1 = 4.18g of iron oxide

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    5a)
    i) increasing the surface area
    By adding catalyst to the reaction
    ii)0.896dm^3 of CO2 was produced by 4g of caco3
    iii)
    If 100g of caco3-----1mole of co2(22.4dm3)
    4g------X
    X=4*22.4/100
    X=0.896dm3

    5bi)
    i)atom the smallest particle of a chemical element that can exist.
    ii)molecule is a group of atoms bonded
    together, representing the smallest fundamental unit of a chemical compound that can take part in a chemical reaction.
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    MATHEMATICS THEORY ANSWERS

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    1)
    P = N 300 ,000
    R = 7^ 1/ 2%
    T = 3yrs

    At the end of year 1
    I = PRI / 100 = 300000 * 15* 1 / 100* 2
    I = N 22500

    2nd Year
    P = 300000 +22500 +50000
    = N 372500
    I = 372500 * 15* 1 / 200= N 27937 . 50

    3rd Year
    P = 372500 +27937 . 5+50000
    = N 450437 . 50
    I = 450437 . 50* 15* 1 / 200
    I = N 33782 . 81

    total saving of 3years
    = 450437 . 5+33782 . 81+ 50000
    = N 534220 . 31

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    2a )
    T = thickness
    P = Pages
    T * P
    T = KP
    T = 3
    P = 900
    3= 900 k
    k = 3 / 900= 1 / 300
    T = P / 300
    WHERE T = 45 CM
    P =?
    45= P / 300
    P = 300* 45
    P = 13500 pages

    2b)
    X - Y = 3 & x^ 2 -Y ^ 2= 15
    ( x+y) ( x-y)= 15
    x+y= 15 / x-y= 15/ 3= 5
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    3a )
    n ( y)= 40
    n ( c )= 35
    n ( b)= 26
    n ( CnB )= x
    drawing
    40= 35- x+x+26- x
    40= 61- x
    x= 61 -40 = 21
    21 student offer both

    3b)
    U : { all positive < -20 }
    S : { all even number < 14}
    T : { all even nus < - 20divisible by 3}
    U = { 1 ,2, 3,, ,20}
    S = { 2 ,4, 6,8, 10, 12}
    T = { 6 ,12, 18}
    SUT = { 2, 4,6, 8,10 ,12 ,18}
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    4a )
    length of chord
    = 2rsm ^ θ/ 2
    = 2* 4 sm ^ 9^ 4/ 2
    = 85 m 47
    = 8* 0 .7314
    = 5. 85cm

    4b)
    draw
    7cm > 7 cm
    area ( A)= θper ^ 2/ 360- 1/ 2r ^ 2 8mθ
    = r ^ 2/ 2{ 22 / 180- 8mθ}
    = 49 / 2[90 / 180* 22 / 7- 8m 90]
    = 49 / 2{ 1/ 2* 22/ 77 -1 }
    = 49 / 2{ 11/ 7- 1} = 44/ 2 { 1 .57 -1}
    = 49 / 2{ 0.57 } = 13. 97cm ^ 2

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    6a )
    Draw
    Let n ( FnBnV)= x
    Number of student that play football
    only
    = 90 -[ 35- x+x+60 -x]
    = 90 -( 95- x)
    = 90 -95 +x
    = x- 5
    basketball only
    = 95 -[ 35- x+x+25 -x]
    = 95 -60 +x
    = x+35
    volleyball only
    = 105 -[ 25- x+x+60 -x]
    = 105 -[ 85- x]
    = 105 -85 +x
    = x+20
    but n ( E)= x-5 +x+35+ x+20+35 -x+ 25- x+60- x
    +x
    180 = x+170
    x= 180 -170
    x= 10 student

    6ai )
    number of students who played football only = x-5
    = 10 -5
    = 5 student

    6aii )
    Number of student who play exactly two games
    = 35 -x+25 -x+ 60- x
    = 120 -3 x
    = 120 -3 ( 10 )
    = 120 -30
    = 90 student

    6b)
    measured length = 52. 8km
    actual length = x
    % error = 2%
    but % error = difference in length / actual length
    2/ 100 = x- 52. 8/ x
    1/ 50 = x-52 .8 / x
    x= 50 ( x- 52. 8)
    x= 50 x-2640
    x- 50x= - 2640
    - 49x= - 2640
    x= 2640 / 49
    x= 53 .9km
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    5a ) and 5b
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    5c )
    mean( x̅) = Ʃfx / Ʃf = 535. 5/ 43
    = 12 .5
    median = 20 students from the histogram

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    7a )
    y = x^ 3 -6x^ 2 +9x- 5, the value of x when gradient dy/ dx = 0
    therefore :
    dy/ dx = 3x^ 2- 12x+9
    3x^ 2- 12x+ 9= 0
    3x^ 2- 3x- 9x+9= 0
    3x( x- 3) -9( x- 1)= 0
    ( 3x- 9) ( x- 1)= 0
    x= 3/ 9 or x= 1
    x = 3 ,1

    7b)
    y^ 2/ 36 - 1 / 9 = 0
    y^ 2/ 36 - 1 / 9
    therefore :
    y^ 2/ 6^ 2 = 1/ 3^ 2
    y/ 6 = 1/ 3
    y = 6 / 3
    = 2
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    8a )
    volume = 155 ,232 cm ^ 3
    ( i ) curve surfeca area = 2πr ^ 2
    ( ii) total surface area = 3πr 2
    ( iii ) volume = 2 / 3πr 3 = 155232
    2πr ^ 3 = 3* 155232
    r ^ 3 = 3 * 155232 / 2π
    r ^ 3 = 23284 . 8/ π
    r ^ 3 = 232848 * 7/ 22
    r ^ 3 = 74088
    r = 3root 74088
    r = 41 .9cm
    r = 42 cm


    8b)
    A( 3, 6) , B ( 7, 8)
    using the two point form
    y- y0/ x-x0 = y1- y0/ x1- x0
    =>y- 6/ x- 3 = 8- 6/ 7- 3
    y- 6/ x-3 = 2/ 4
    y- 6/ x-3 = 1/ 2
    2y- 12 = x-3
    2y- x-12 +3= 0
    2y- x-9 = 0

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    9a )
    logbase4 ( x^ 2 +7x+28 )= 2
    logx ^ 2+7 x+28= 4 ^ 2
    logx ^ 2+7 x+28= log 16
    x^ 2+7 x+28= 16
    x^ 2+7 x+28- 16= 0
    x^ 2+7 x12= 0
    x^ 2+3 x+4x+12 = 0
    x( x+3) +4( x+3 )= 0
    ( x+3) ( x+4)= 0
    x= - 3 or x= - 4


    9b)
    y= 3x^ 2 -4
    y+dy= 3( x+dx)^ 2-4
    y+dy= 3( x^ 2+2xDx +Dx^ 2) - 4
    dy= 3 ( x^ 2 +2xDx+ Dx+Dx ^ 2) -4- y
    = 3x^ 2 +6xDx+ 3Dx^ 2- 4- ( 3x^ 2- 4)
    Dy= 6xDx+3 Dx^ 2
    Dy/ Dx = 6xDx +3Dx^ 2 / Dx
    = 6x+ 3Dx
    but as Dx = 0
    Dy/ Dx = dy/ dx
    dy/ dx= 6x+3( 0)
    = 6x
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    11a )
    Draw The diamgram
    - Angular difference between P and Q = 48 +36 = 84°
    - Angular difference betwwen Q and R = 42- 22 = 20 °
    ( a ) distance PQ = θ/ 360 * 2πRcos ∝
    ∝ = 42°
    PQ = 84 / 360 * 3 .142 * 6400 cos 42
    = 84 * 2* 3. 142* 6400 * 0. 7431 / 360
    = 2510398 .68 / 360
    = 6970 km

    11b )
    Distance QR is along the great circle
    QR = θ/ 360 * 2πR
    = 20 / 360* 2* 3 .142 * 6400
    = 2* 3 .142 * 6400 / 18
    = 40217 . 60/ 18 = 2234 .31
    = 2230 km ( 3 s .f )

    11c )
    Speed = Distance / Time
    Time = Distance / Speed
    Total distance = 6970 +2230
    = 9200 km
    Speed = 600 km / h
    Time = 9200 / 600
    = 15 .3hrs


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