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Friday, 27 April 2018

Neco time table for 2018/2019

NECO 2018 TIMETABLE:
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Monday 21ST May 2018 to Friday 25th May 2018
Practical – Physical Education
Practical – Auto Mechanics
Practical – Woodwork
Practical – Home Management
Practical – Foods and Nutrition
Paper I: Performance Test, Music Technology/
Alternative
Paper IV: Aural Music
Paper IV: Oral French
Paper IV: Oral Arabic
Practical – Auto Body Repair and Spray Painting
Paper I: Auto Electrical Work
Practical – Auto Mechanical Work
Practical – Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Practical – Welding and Fabrication, Engineering
Craft Practice
Practical – Electrical Installation & Maintenance
Work
Practical – Radio, Television and Electronics Work
Practical – Blocklaying, Bricklaying and Concrete
Work
Paper IV: Exhibition – Painting and Decoration
Practical – Plumbing and Pipe Fitting
Practical – Machine Woodworking
Practical – Carpentry and Joinery
Practical – Furniture Making
Practical – Upholstery
Practical – Catering Craft Practice
Practical – Garment Making
Practical – Clothing and Textiles
Paper IV: Exhibition – Dyeing and Bleaching
Paper IV: Exhibition – Printing Craft Practice
Practical – Cosmetology
Paper IV: Exhibition – Photography
Paper IV: Exhibition – Leather Goods,
Manufacturing and Repair
Practical – GSM Maintenance and Repairs
Paper IV: Progressive Assessments – Animal
Husbandry
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Monday 28th May 2018
Practical – Computer Studies – 10:00am –
1:00pm
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Wednesday 30th May 2018
Practical – Biology 10:00am – 12:00noon
OBJ & Essay – Office Practice – 2:30pm –
5:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Auto Mechanics – 2:30pm –
5:00pm
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Thursday 31st May 2018
OBJ & Essay – Biology – 10:00am – 12:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Government – 2:00pm – 4:40pm
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Friday 1st June 2018
Paper III & I: Objective & Practical / Physical –
Geography – 10:00am – 12:30pm
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Monday 4th June 2018
OBJ – General Mathematics – 10:00am –
11:45am
Essay – General Mathematics – 12:00noon –
2:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Basic Electricity – 3:15pm –
5:30pm
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Tuesday 5th June 2018
Practical – Physics – 10:00am – 12:45pm
OBJ & Essay – Economics – 10:00am – 1:00pm
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Wednesday 6th June 2018
Practical – Chemistry – 10:00am – 12:00noon
OBJ & Essay – Civic Education – 2:00pm –
5:00pm
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Thursday 7th June 2018
Essay & OBJ – English Language – 10:00am –
12:45pm
Paper IV: Test of Orals – English Language –
1:00pm – 1:45pm
OBJ & Essay – Electronics – 3:00pm – 5:00pm
OBJ & Essay – Insurance – 3:00pm – 5:40pm
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Friday 8th June 2018
OBJ & Prose – Literature in English – 10:00am –
12:15pm
OBJ & Essay – Woodwork – 10:00am –
12:00noon
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Monday 11th June 2018
Practical – Agricultural Science – 10:00am –
11:30am
OBJ & Essay – Christian Religious Studies –
2:00pm – 4:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Islamic Studies – 2:00pm –
4:30pm
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Tuesday 12th June 2018 to Friday 15th June 2018
SALLAH BREAK
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Monday 18th June 2018
OBJ & Essay – Chemistry – 10:00am – 1:00pm
Paper I: Drawing – Building Construction – 2:00pm
– 5:00pm
OBJ & Essay – History – 2:00pm – 5:00pm
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Tuesday 19th June 2018
OBJ – Financial Accounting – 10:00am –
11:20am
Paper II: Theory & Practice – Financial Accounting
– 11:20am – 1:50pm
OBJ & Essay – Home Management – 2:30pm –
5:00pm
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Wednesday 20th June 2018
OBJ & Essay – Physics – 10:00am – 1:00pm
OBJ & Essay – Commerce – 2:00pm – 4:40pm
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Thursday 21st June 2018
Paper I(b): Painting and Decoration (Practical) –
10:00am – 4:00pm
Paper I(b): Dyeing and Bleaching (Practical) –
10:00am – 4:00pm
Paper I(b): Printing Craft Practice (Practical) –
10:00am – 4:00pm
Paper I(b): Photography (Practical) – 10:00am –
4:00pm
Paper I(b): Leather Goods Manufacturing and
Repair (Practical) – 10:00am – 4:00pm
Practical – Mining 2 – 10:00am – 12:00noon
Practical – Fisheries – 10:00am – 11:30am
Practical – Animal Husbandry – 10:00am –
11:30am
Paper IV: Drawing & Design – Furniture Making –
10:00am – 12:00noon
Practical – Stenography – 10:00am – 11:17am
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Friday 22nd June 2018
OBJ & Essay – Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration –
10:00am – 11:40am
OBJ & Essay – Electrical Installation &
Maintenance Work – 10:00am – 12:00noon
OBJ & Essay – Blocklaying, Bricklaying & Concrete
Work – 10:00am – 12:00noon
OBJ & Essay – Machine Woodworking – 10:00am
– 11:40am
OBJ & Essay – Carpentry & Joinery – 10:00am –
12:00noon
OBJ & Essay – Furniture Making – 10:00pm –
11:45am
OBJ & Essay – Upholstery – 10:00am – 11:30am
OBJ & Essay – Stenography – 10:00am –
12:00noon
OBJ & Essay – Animal Husbandry – 10:00am –
12:00noon
OBJ & Essay – Fisheries – 10:00am – 12:00noon
Paper I(a): Painting and Decoration (Report
Writing) – 10:00am – 12:00noon
Paper I(a): Dyeing and Bleaching (Report Writing)
– 10:00am – 12:00noon
Paper I(a): Printing Craft Practice (Report Writing)
– 10:00am – 12:00noon
Paper I(a): Photography (Report Writing) –
10:00am – 12:00noon
Paper I(a): Leather Goods Manufacturing and
Repair (Report Writing) – 10:00am – 12:00noon
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Monday 25th June 2018
OBJ & Essay – Agricultural Science – 10:00am –
12:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Music – 2:00pm – 4:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Metal Work – 2:00pm – 4:30pm
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Tuesday 26th June 2018
OBJ & Essay – Computer Studies – 10:00am –
1:00pm
Practical – Basic Electricity – 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Paper IV: Practical – Stenography (Word
Processing) – 2:00pm – 4:00pm
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Wednesday 27th June 2018
OBJ & Essay – Hausa – 10:00am – 1:00pm
OBJ & Essay – Igbo – 10:00am – 1:00pm
OBJ & Essay – Yoruba – 10:00am – 1:00pm
OBJ & Essay – Edo – 10:00am – 1:00pm
OBJ & Essay – Efik – 10:00am – 1:00pm
OBJ & Essay – Ibibio – 10:00am – 1:00pm
Paper II: Drama & Poetry – Literature in English –
2:30pm – 4:10pm
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Thursday 28th June 2018
OBJ – Further Mathematics – 10:00am –
12:00noon
Essay – Further Mathematics – 12:15pm –
2:45pm
OBJ & Essay – Store Management – 3:00pm –
5:40pm
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Monday 2nd July 2018
Paper III & II: Objective, Essay & Literature –
Arabic – 10:00am – 1:30pm
Paper III & IV: Objective & Drawing – Technical
Drawing – 10:00pm- 12:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Building Construction – 2:30pm –
4:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Physical Education – 2:30pm –
4:30pm
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Tuesday 3rd July 2018
OBJ & Essay – Foods & Nutrition – 2:30pm – 5pm
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Tuesday 11th July 2018
OBJ & Essay – Foods & Nutrition – 10:00am –
12:30pm
Paper I: Test of Practical – Health Education –
2:00pm – 3:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Health Education – 3:40pm –
5:40pm
Paper IV: Drawing & Design – Woodwork –
2:00pm – 4:00pm
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Paper IV: Creative Design – Visual Art – 10:00am
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Paper I: Drawing – Visual Art – 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Practical – Metal Work – 2:00pm – 5:00pm
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Thursday 5th July 2018
Practical – Electronics 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
OBJ & Essay – Visual Art – 10:00am – 1:00pm
Paper I: Written Comprehension – French –
2:00pm – 3:00pm
Paper II: Written Expression – French – 3:00pm –
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OBJ & Essay – Auto-Body Repair and Spray
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OBJ & Essay – Plumbing & Pipe Fitting – 2:00pm
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OBJ & Essay – Tourism – 2:00pm – 5:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Store Keeping – 2:00pm – 4:40pm
OBJ & Essay – Book Keeping – 2:00pm – 5:50pm
OBJ & Essay – Salesmanship – 2:00pm – 4:40pm
OBJ & Essay – Catering Craft Practice – 2:00pm –
4:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Clothing & Textiles – 2:00pm –
4:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Auto Parts Merchandising –
2:00pm – 4:15pm
OBJ & Essay – Radio, Television & Electronics
Work – 2:00pm – 4:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Cosmetology – 2:00pm – 4:30pm
OBJ & Essay – Minning – 2:00pm – 4:45pm
OBJ & Essay – Data Processing – 2:00pm –
5:00pm
OBJ & Essay – GSM Maintenance & Repairs –
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OBJ & Essay – Marketing – 2:00pm – 4:40pm
OBJ & Essay- Garment Making – 2:00pm –
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Thursday, 26 April 2018

Waec practical agricultural science

Complete Waeec  agricultural answers

Agric Practical portal
(1a)

Specimen A

- It is used for falling of trees
- It is used for cutting the roots during stumping.
- It is used for cutting logs of woods into smaller pieces

Specimen B

- It is used for lifting and tuning the soil
- It is used for levelling of the soil
- It is used for digging holes during transplanting

Specimen D

- It is used for transplanting of seedling
- It is used for applying manure after and before planting
- It is used for nursery operation / practice

Specimen F

- It is used for pulverizing the soil
- it is used for aerating the soil
- It is used for transplanting seedlings

(1b)

- The Metal part should be sharpened when blunt
- The metal part should be oiled or greased to prevent rusty
- The wooden part should be stored or kept in a place that termite cannot eat it
- Store in a cool and dry place

Agric Practical portal
(1a)

Specimen A

- It is used for falling of trees
- It is used for cutting the roots during stumping.
- It is used for cutting logs of woods into smaller pieces

Specimen B

- It is used for lifting and tuning the soil
- It is used for levelling of the soil
- It is used for digging holes during transplanting

Specimen D

- It is used for transplanting of seedling
- It is used for applying manure after and before planting
- It is used for nursery operation / practice

Specimen F

- It is used for pulverizing the soil
- it is used for aerating the soil
- It is used for transplanting seedlings

(1b)

- The Metal part should be sharpened when blunt
- The metal part should be oiled or greased to prevent rusty
- The wooden part should be stored or kept in a place that termite cannot eat it
- Store in a cool and dry place

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(2a)

Specimen G - Ph = 7 (neutral)
Specimen H - Ph = 1-4 (acidic)
Specimen I - Ph = 8-14  (alkaline or bionic)

(2ci)

If the Ph is 4.5 it shows that it is slightly acidic

(2cii)

- It destroys the root of plant
- It prevent the uptake of food from the root system
- it prevent the normal growth of plant except plant like tomatoes

(2ciii)

- Washing away of soil nutrients by erosion
- Planting operations like Monocropping
- Excessive use of land of a long period of time

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(3a)
J - is weavil
K - is beetle
L - is mosaic disease
M - is fruit rot

(3b)
(i) It Causes Low Yield
(ii) It Reduces The farmers income
(iii) Transmission of diseases
(iv) It causes the death of plants
(v) They bore into seed

(3c)
SPECIMEN J
(i) by the use of chemicals
(ii) by the use of pesticides
(iii) through and picking

SPECIMEN K
(i) through the use of pesticides
(ii) by handpicking
(iii) by the use of chemicals

SPECIMEN L
(i) through the practise of crop rotation
(ii) by using fungcidese

SPECIMENS M
(i) through the use of rodenticide
(ii) by setting traos for the rodents

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(4a)

- Cattle
- Sheep
- Goat

(4b)

Specimen N

- It sucks the blood of its host.
- It reduces the size of its host
- It reduces the market value of its host
- It kills it's host

Specimen O

- It kills it's host
- It reduces the quality of its host
- It causes anaemia to its host
- It sucks the blood of its host

(4c)

- By proper sanitation measures
- By handpicking
- By dipping the infected host in chemicals
- By using insecticides
- By isolation of infected animals
- By quarantine

(3a)
J - is weavil
K - is beetle
L - is mosaic disease
M - is fruit rot

(3b)
(i) It Causes Low Yield
(ii) It Reduces The farmers income
(iii) Transmission of diseases
(iv) It causes the death of plants
(v) They bore into seed

(3c)
SPECIMEN J
(i) by the use of chemicals
(ii) by the use of pesticides
(iii) through and picking

SPECIMEN K
(i) through the use of pesticides
(ii) by handpicking
(iii) by the use of chemicals

SPECIMEN L
(i) through the practise of crop rotation
(ii) by using fungcidese

SPECIMENS M
(i) through the use of rodenticide
(ii) by setting traos for the rodents

(4a)

- Cattle
- Sheep
- Goat

(4b)

Specimen N

- It sucks the blood of its host.
- It reduces the size of its host
- It reduces the market value of its host
- It kills it's host

Specimen O

- It kills it's host
- It reduces the quality of its host
- It causes anaemia to its host
- It sucks the blood of its host

(4c)

- By proper sanitation measures
- By handpicking
- By dipping the infected host in chemicals
- By using insecticides
- By isolation of infected animals
- By quarantine
Agric Practical portal
(1a)

Specimen A

- It is used for falling of trees
- It is used for cutting the roots during stumping.
- It is used for cutting logs of woods into smaller pieces

Specimen B

- It is used for lifting and tuning the soil
- It is used for levelling of the soil
- It is used for digging holes during transplanting

Specimen D

- It is used for transplanting of seedling
- It is used for applying manure after and before planting
- It is used for nursery operation / practice

Specimen F

- It is used for pulverizing the soil
- it is used for aerating the soil
- It is used for transplanting seedlings

(1b)

- The Metal part should be sharpened when blunt
- The metal part should be oiled or greased to prevent rusty
- The wooden part should be stored or kept in a place that termite cannot eat it
- Store in a cool and dry place

(3a)
J - is weavil
K - is beetle
L - is mosaic disease
M - is fruit rot

(3b)
(i) It Causes Low Yield
(ii) It Reduces The farmers income
(iii) Transmission of diseases
(iv) It causes the death of plants
(v) They bore into seed

(3c)
SPECIMEN J
(i) by the use of chemicals
(ii) by the use of pesticides
(iii) through and picking

SPECIMEN K
(i) through the use of pesticides
(ii) by handpicking
(iii) by the use of chemicals

SPECIMEN L
(i) through the practise of crop rotation
(ii) by using fungcidese

SPECIMENS M
(i) through the use of rodenticide
(ii) by setting traos for the rodents

(4a)

- Cattle
- Sheep
- Goat

(4b)

Specimen N

- It sucks the blood of its host.
- It reduces the size of its host
- It reduces the market value of its host
- It kills it's host

Specimen O

- It kills it's host
- It reduces the quality of its host
- It causes anaemia to its host
- It sucks the blood of its host

(4c)

- By proper sanitation measures
- By handpicking
- By dipping the infected host in chemicals
- By using insecticides
- By isolation of infected animals
- By quarantine

AGRIC SPECIMEN:
LIST OF SPECIMEN:
A: Axe
B: Spade
C: Sickle
D: Hand trowel
E: Shears
F: Hand fork
For specimens G , H and I, you are requested to get some quantity of Sandy soil. Divide the quantity of Sandy soil into three portions.
Wash the first portion which is to be labelled G with a neutral solution(water) until the soup is neither acidic nor alkaline then air-dry the soil.
To the second portion which is to be labelled H , add some quantity of Hydrochloric acid(HCL) and air-dry.
To the third portion which is to be labelled I, add some quantity of sodium Hydroxide(NaOH) solution and air-dry.
Then supply to each candidate, samples of specimens G, H and I each in a beaker, some quantity of water, blue litmus paper, red litmus paper and a
stirrer.
J: Maize grain damaged by weevils
K: Yam tuber damaged by yam beetles
L: Cassava leaves showing mosaic disease symptoms
M: Tomato fruits showing fruit rot symptoms
N: Liver fluke(preserved/picture/diagram)
O: Tick
P: Trypanosome parasite(diagram/picture)
Q: Rat
R: Bird
S: Grasshopper

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Monday, 23 April 2018

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3a)
i) By Birth: A person is a citizen by birth if either his
parents, mother or father is a citizen of a country
ii) By naturalization: Somebody can become a
citizen of a country where he lives through
naturalization. This is possible if he can satisfy the
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(5a)
Constituency is a group of voters in a specified area
who elect a representative to a legislative body.
(5b)
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(7a)
Proto nationalism is generally referred to as
traditional nationalists who were opposed to giving
up their territories because they were denied
respectable positions in their land or communities
by reason of their race
(7b)
i)Economic exploitation : There was economic
exploitation of Nigerians by foreign firms
ii)Administrative post: Nigerians were not allowed to
hold any administrative posts and the highest they
could attain was that of Chief Clerk
iii)Lake of adequate educational facilities : The
missionaries who were out to provide education did
not achieve much due to financial problems
iv)Racial segregation : Discrimination against the
natives was mostly witnessed in the 20th century in
Nigeria.
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(10)
i)Language barrier There are three languages that
are used for communication within the ECOWAS
bloc, that is English, French and Portuguese.
ii)Human Rights Abuses Another problem of the
ECOWAS group is the penchant of the member
states to abuse the human rights of their citizens.
The human rights records of some member states
is nothing to write home about.
iii)Financial problems The aims and objectives of
the ECOWAS can only be achieved when the
financial base of the community is solid. However,
some member states are not able to honour their
financial obligations to the community.
iv)Strong External Influence: Many of the member
states of ECOWAS were former colonies of some
former colonial powers. Countries such as Britain,
France and Portugal ever had a colony
or two that now belong to the ECOWAS group.
v)Widespread Poverty: Many of the member states
of ECOWAS are among the poorest of the poor
nations in the world. Many of their citizens earn
less that a dollar a day.
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1a)A society is a group of individuals involved in
persistent social interaction, or a large social group
sharing the same geographical or social territory,
typically subject to the same political authority and
dominant cultural expectations.
1b)
i) Interdependence : Society implies
interdependence . It is another essential element to
constitute society. It is not possible for human
being to satisfy his desire in isolation . He cannot
live alone . He needs the help of others for his
survival . Society fulfills all the needs of the people .
ii) Cooperation : Cooperation is also another
essential element to
constitute society. Without cooperation , no society
can exist . If the members of the society do not
work together for the common purposes , they
cannot lead a happy and comfortable life .
iii) Conflict : Conflict is an ever present
phenomenon present in
every human society. Not only cooperation but also
conflict in necessary for the formation of society.
They must coexist in a healthy society. Conflict is a
process of struggle through which all things having
into existence .
iv) Likeness : Likeness of members in a social
group is the
primary basis of their mutuality . May be in the
beginning assumed or real common lineage, tribal
affinity , family benefit or the compactness due to a
common to time inculcated between and among the
members in the group the feeling of likeness .
Likeness means mutuality , and that means Society
.
2a)Communalism usually refers to a system that
integrates communal ownership and federations of
highly localized independent communities.
2b) TABULAR FORM
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IN COMMUNALISM
i)Majority Rule does not apply in Communism.
ii)The succession rule applied in Communism is
Elective.
iii)Parliament is Absent in Communism
iv)Constitution is Absent in Communism.
bii) IN FEUDALISM
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i)Feudalism, Majority Rule is not present
ii)Feudalism is Heritance as well as Elective.
iii)Feudalism parliament is Sometimes present
iv)Feudalism constitution is Absent
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Friday, 20 April 2018

Waec human geography expo 2018


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7 Drawing

5a)
Drawing

5b)
i)A great circle is the shortest path between
two points along the surface of a sphere.
ii)great circle is the intersection of the surface
with a plane passing through the center of the
planet.
iii)They cross successive meridians at
different angles.
5c)
i)Great circle are of importance to navigation
and aviation.
ii)The shortest route between any two places
is along the arc of the great circle which
passes through them.
iii)Ships crossing the vast oceans and
aircrafts follow the Great circle route in order
to save fuel and time.
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(4ai)
i)caves
ii)sinkholes
iii)skyline landscapes
(4aii)
Drawing

(4b)
i)Limestone are all used to neutralise excess
acidity of soil in agriculture practice.
ii)Limestone is used as a building material.
iii)It is used in industries to purify iron in blast
furnaces.
iv)It used in Glass making.
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(8a)
i)Encroachment : More migration lead to
less availability of land which lead to higher
economic value of land.
ii)Pollution: Explosive increase in the urban
population without
corresponding expansion of civic facilities
such as lack of adequate infrastructure for the
disposal of waste results in waste clogging the
natural channels and storm water drains.
iii)Illegal mining activities: Illegal mining
for building material such as sand and
quartzite both on the catchment and on the
bed of the lake have extremely damaging
impact on the water body.
iv)Interference in drainage system:
Drainage congestion caused by badly
planned construction of bridges , roads ,
railway tracts, hampers the
flow of water and the result is flood.
(8b)
i)Flooding leads to loss of human life
ii)Flooding leads to damage to property
iii)It leads to destruction of crops
(8c)
i)Improving Drainage Improving water
drainage helps control floods by facilitating
easy flow of excess water, especially in urban
areas during flash floods.
ii)Building Dikes and Levees Dikes and levees
are flood-control structures built to fight river
flooding and water surges.
iii)Building Canals; Canals are artificial water
channels that can be crucial to flood
prevention. Canals facilitate control of water
levels passing through, and form linear
reservoirs and water locks.
iv)Harvesting Rain Water Harvesting rainwater
involves collecting and storing rainwater and
can not only prevent floods, it can also curb
urban water scarcity.


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Physics OBJ:
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SECTION B - ANSWER 3
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10a)
Diffraction is the ability of waves to bend
around obstacles in their path
(10bi)
Critical angle is the highest angle of incidence
in a denser medium when angle of refraction in
the less dense mediumis 90 degrees
(10bii)
Critical angle=90-44=46degrees
The refractive index of the glass is obtained as
follows
The refractive index(n)=sini/sinr=sin46/
sin90=0.7193/1
=0.719
(10ci)
fo=200Hz
f1=3v/4l =>closed pipe
f1=v/l=>open pipe
but 3fo=f1=>closed pipe
3*200=f1=>f1=600Hz
Also f1=2fo=>open pipe
2fo=600
fo=600/2=300Hz
(10cii)
v=330m/s
L=?
fo=200Hz
fo=v/4l
=>200=330/4l
800l=330
l=330/800
l=0.4124m
(10ciii)
fo=v/2l
fo=300Hz
v=330m/s
300=330/2l
l=330/600
l=0.55m
===================
9ai)
i)Nature of surface
ii)medium of transmission
9aii)
i)state or phase of the substance (i:e solid,or
gas)
ii)temperature of the meduim
9b)
i)temperature
ii)specific heat capacity of the body
9c)
the statement means that the amount of heat
energy required to change 1kg of liquid
mercury to gaseous mecury without change in
temperature is 2.72*10^5jkg^-1
9di)
Q=MCDSin
V^2/R t=MCDsin
(220)^2*4*60/35=M*4200*(100-28)
331885.7=302400m
m=331885.7/302400 =1.098kg
9dii)
V^2/R t = MLv
(220)^2*5*60/35=0.3*Lv
414857.14=0.3Lv
Lv=414857.14/0.3
Lv=1382857.13JKg^-1
12a) This is defined as the amount of energy
that must be supplied to a nucleus to
completely separate it's nuclear particles
(nucleons)
12b)
i) They have short wavelength and high
frequency.
ii) They are highly penetrating.
iii) They travel in straight lines.
iv) They don't require material medium for
their propagation.
12c)
i)It is used in production of electricity.
ii)It is used to study and detect charges in
genetic engineering.
iii)It is used in agriculture.
iv)It is used in treatment of cancer.
12di)
E = hf-hfo
but f = v/landa
E= v/landa.h - wo
Where wo = hfo = work function
f= frequency
landa = wavelength
Hence
hf = hfo - E
f = hfo - E/h
f = wo - E/h
Recall; that v = f landa
Therefore f = v/landa = 3×10^8/4.5×10-7
=3/4.5 × 10^8+7
=6.6×10^14Hz
f = 6.6×10^14Hz
12dii)
E = hf
=6.6×10^-34 × 6.6×10^14Hz
=43.56×10^-20J
12diii)
Energy of the photoelectron E = hf - vo
=Energy of incident electron - work function
=4.356×10^-19J - 3.0×10^-19J
=1.356×10^-19J
==========================
SECTION A - ANSWER 5
=============================
1a)
Strain can be defined as the ratio of extension
per unit length
Strain=extension/length
1b)
Strain=extension/length
Let original length=L
Final length=2L
Extension=2L-L=L
Strain=L/L=1
6)
Given constant = 2.9×10^-3mk
Temperature = 57degreeC = (57+273)k = 330k
Using landamaxT = constant
landamaxT330 = 2.9×10^-3
landamax = 2.9×10^-3/330
landamax = 8.788×10^-6m
The speed of electromagnetic wave, v =
3×10^8m/s
Using V = f landa
f = v/landa
=3×10^8/8.788×10^-6
=3.4×10^13Hz
5)
Range = u²Sin2tita/g
At maximum range
Sin2tita = 1
2tita =sin^-1(1)
2tita = 90dgrees
Tita = 90/2 = 45degree
Maximum height reached = u²sin²tita/2g
=u²(sin45)²/2g
=200²(sin45)²/2(10)
=40000(1/√2)2/20
=40000(1/2)/20
=20000/20
=1000metres.
12a) This is defined as the amount of energy
that must be supplied to a nucleus to
completely separate it's nuclear particles
(nucleons)
12b)
i) They have short wavelength and high
frequency.
ii) They are highly penetrating.
iii) They travel in straight lines.
iv) They don't require material medium for
their propagation.
(4a)
An intrinsic semiconductor is an undoped
semiconductor that is a pure semiconductor
without any significant dopant species present.
(4b)
The P Type semiconductor is a type of
semiconductor that carries a positive charge,
while the N type semiconductor carries a
negative charge .
==========================
(2)
(i) Silicon Dioxide
(ii) Silica Powder
(iii) Germanium Tetrachloride
=========================
(3)
(i) Ferromagnetic material
(ii) Diamgentic material
(iii) Pamangentic material
===========================
(7a)
LASER stands for Light Amplification by
Stimulated Emission of Radiation.
(7b)
A laser is a device that emits a beam of
coherent light through an optical amplification
process.

_WAEC 2018 PHYSICS ANSWERS_

[11:23AM, 4/20/2018] Exam Boss: 9a(i)
i. Nature of the Substance
ii.Medium of transmission

9a(ii)
i.State or phase of the substance (i.e Solid, Liquid or gas).
ii.Temperature of the medium

9b)
i. Temperature
ii. Specific hear capicity kf the Body

9c)
The statement means that the amount of hear energy required to change 1kg of liquid mercury to gaseous mercury without chang3 in temperature is 2.72*10^5Kg^-1

9d(i)
PleasenNote (π) means Change in temperature Q

Q=MCπQ

V^2/R * t=MCπQ

(220)^2*4*60/35=M*4200*(100-28)

33,885.7=302400m

M=33,885.7/302400

M=1.098kg

9d(ii)
V^2/R *t=MLv

(220)^2 *5 *60/35=0.3*Lv

414857.14=0.3Lv

Lv=414857.14/0.3

Lv=1382857.13Jkg^-1
[11:23AM, 4/20/2018] Exam Boss: (4b)
A p-type semi_conductor is doped with tri valent atom .
N type atom is doped with pentavalent atom.

P type semi_conductor has holes as it's carriers.
N type semi_conductor has Electron as its carrier.
[11:24AM, 4/20/2018] Exam Boss: (10a)
Diffraction is the ability of waves to bend around obstacles in their path

(10bi)
Critical angle is the highest angle of incidence in a denser medium when angle of refraction in the less dense mediumis 90 degrees

(10bii)
Critical angle=90-44=46degrees
The refractive index of the glass is obtained as follows
The refractive index(n)=sini/sinr=sin46/sin90=0.7193/1
=0.7193

(10ci)
fo=200Hz
f1=3v/4l =>closed pipe
f1=v/l=>open pipe
but 3fo=f1=>closed pipe
3*200=f1=>f1=600Hz
Also f1=2fo=>open pipe
2fo=600
fo=600/2=300Hz

(10cii)
v=330m/s
L=?
fo=200Hz
fo=v/4l
=>200=330/4l
800l=330
l=330/800
l=0.4124m

(10ciii)
fo=v/2l
fo=300Hz
v=330m/s
300=330/2l
l=330/600
l=0.55m
*OBJ LOADING...........*
=============================
*1a*
Strain is
force (a part of one's body or oneself) to make an unusually great effort.

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2 )
i ) quantity of charge
ii) nature of element
iii ) Time

2bi
The boiling point of a liquid Is the point at which The vapour pressure is equal To atmospheric pressure

====================
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3)
-Diamagnetic material
-Paramagnetic material
-Ferromagnetic material

======= ========================

5)
Range = u²Sin2tita/g
At maximum range 
Sin2tita = 1
2tita =sin^-1(1)
2tita = 90dgrees 
Tita = 90/2 = 45degree

Maximum height reached = u²sin²tita/2g
=u²(sin45)²/2g
=200²(sin45)²/2(10)
=40000(1/√2)2/20
=40000(1/2)/20
=20000/20
=1000metres.


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7(a). LASER stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.

(b). A laser is a device that emits a beam of coherent light through an optical amplification process.

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9dii
Q=mlv
Lw=q/m
Q=313885.7
M=1.04kg
Lw=313885.7/1.04
=301013.2j/k

*EXAMBOSS PORTAL TYPING*

(12a)
binding energy is the minimum energy that would be required to disassemble the nucleus of an atom into its component parts. These component parts are neutrons and protons, which are collectively called nucleons.

(12b) They have short wire length and high frequency.
-They are highly penetrating
-They travel in straight line
-They don't require material medium for their propagation


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F/Accounting THEORY
(1a)
(1)
It can result in a business exhausting the
budget, leading to spending more than
what is coming in.
(2)
Businesses may need to file for bankruptcy or
shut their doors if they fail to keep adequate
records from the
beginning.
(3)
It can result in problems with suppliers,
payroll, utilities, and other vital components to
a running successful business.
(1b)
(i)
Relevance means an account information to
make a difference in decision making
(ii)
Comparability means an account information
can be used to compare different entities
(Iii)
Consistency: information is consistently
presented from year to year
(Iv)
Relevance means an account information is
verifiable, factual, and neutral
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2ai)
Direct materials consist of all of the materials
that become an integral part of the finished
product. Direct materials should include the
actual cost of the materials, as well as freight
in, import duties, purchasing costs, receiving
costs, storage costs and other directly
attributable costs of acquiring the materials.
Example- Orange in fanta making
2aii)
Direct labor consists of all of the personnel
costs required to manufacture the finished
product. Direct labor should include wages,
payroll taxes, and benefits associated with
personnel who are integral to manufacturing
the finished product.
Example- Wage of machine operator
2aiii)
Factory overhead consists of all of the other
costs required to manufacture the finished
product that do not fit into the direct material or
direct labor elements. They consist mainly of
indirect material, indirect labor, depreciation,
utilities, rent, repairs and maintenance and
insurance.
Example- Indirect wages.
2b)
i)RAW MATERIALS
These are the materials or goods purchased by
the manufacturer. Manufacturing process is
applied on the raw material to produce desired
finished goods.
ii)WORK-IN-PROGRESS (WIP) These are the
partly processed raw materials lying on the
production floor.
iii)FINISHED GOODS
These are the final products after
manufacturing process
on raw materials. They are sold in the
market.There are two kinds of manufacturing
industries.
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(3A)
Where a big business with diverse trading
activities is conducted under the same roof the
same is usually divided into several
departments and each department deals with a
particular kind of goods or service. For
example, a textile merchant may trade in
cotton, woolen and jute fabrics. The overall
performance for this type of business depends,
however, on departmental efficiency.
(3B)
(i)
Compare the results among the different
departments together with the previous results
thereof,
(ii)
Formulate policy in order to extend or to
develop the enterprise in the proper line; and
============================
(4a)
– employees
– banks
– government
– creditors
– analyst
– owners
======================
6a)
Tabulate
Cash book Adjustment
Bal bld N48,500
interest on investment N2500
credit transfer N3000
54,000
Left Table
Bank Charges N1000
Dishonured cheques N2000
bal cld N51,000
54,000
Total Bal bld N51,000
6b)
Tabulate
Bank Reconcilation statement at 31/12/2016
balance as per adjusted cash book N N51,000
add unpresented cheques 8850
add back wrong credit 3500
12,350/63,350
less uncredited cheques (8450)
balance as per bank statement N54,900
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(7a)
Statement Of affairs as at 1 | 1 | 06
Tabulate
Right Table
Capital ( Opening ) N 30,000
Creditors N 1 ,000
Insurance N 2 ,000
N 33,000
Left Table
Land And Building N 15,000
Motor Vechicle N 6 ,000
Stock N 4 ,000
Cash N 6 ,000
Debtors N 2 ,000
N 33,000
(7b)
Trading Profit and loss account for the year
ended 31st december 2016
Tabulate
Right Table
opening stock N 4000
purchases N 11,500
15,500
Closing Stock ( 2 ,000 )
Cost of goods sold 13500
gross profit cld 17500
31,000
salaries N 5000
rent and rates N 4000
insurance N 5000
dep on motor vechicle N 2000
net profit N 1500
17500
Left Table
Sales N 31,000
31,000
gross profit b | d N 17,500
N 17,500

(7c)
Balance Sheet as at 31| 12| 2006
Tabulate
Right Tabule
Capital N 30,000
add net profit N 1500
N 31,500
current liability
creditor N 500
insurance Owning N 6000
N 38,000
Table Left
Fixed Assests
Land and Building N 15,000
motor vehicle N 4000
19,000
current assets
stock N 2000
debtors N 3000
Cash N 14,000
N 38,000
=======================
(9)
Obihan trading profit and loss account
SALES = 1,200,000
Less return inward =
15,000
= 1,185,000
Less cost of sales
Opening stock = 3000,000
Add purchase 1,050,000
Less return outward = 18,600
Net purchase=1,031,400
Cost of goods available. =1,331,400
Less closing stock=360,000
Cost of goods sold=971,400
GROSS PROFIT=213600
LESS OPERATIVE EXPENSIVE
Rates (18,000 +1,500) = 16,500
Rates ( 18,000 + 660) = 3,660
Salaries (90,000 + 15,000) = 105,000
Bad Debits = 600
Insurance = 93,000
Depreciation: Furniture 9,000
Machineries = 18,000
Provision for bad debit = 540
NET LOSS 246,300
32,700
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(1a)

(i) - A sperm cell consists of a head, middle piece and whip like tail. At the anterior end of the head is a structure called acrosome. This acrosome contains a liquid which facilitate the entry of the sperm into an egg. The middle piece are involved in producing energy needed for propelling the sperm after ejaculation. The tail is for movement.

(ii) - A palisade cell contain chloroplasts which makes them a site of photosynthesis in the leaves at those plants that contain them. Converting the light to the chemical energy. Beneath the palisade mesophyll are the spongy mesophyll cells, which also perform photosynthesis. They allow the passage of gases through the intracellular spaces in them.

(1b)
[DIAGRAM]

(1c)
IN A TABULAR FORM MAMMALS AND AMPHIBIANS

MAMMALS

- Mammals give birth to their young ones alive.

- Mammals produce amniotic eggs


AMPHIBIANS

- Amphibians lay eggs
- Amphibians do not produce amniotic eggs

(1d)

- Use of condoms/pills
- withdrawal


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(2a)
(i) carbon dioxide
(ii) Nitrogen

(2b)
(i) CO 2 is used by plants to photosynthesize carbohydrates (ii) Nitrogen is a major component of chhlorophyll

(2ci)
Variegated leaf is a leaf that has green parts (where the cells contain chlorophyll) and non green parts (where there is no chlorophyll).

(2cii)
The green parts

(2ciii)
(i) The parts without chlorophyll do not photosynthesise
(ii) The cells contain chlorophyll

(2civ) Nitrogen

(2d)
Holozoic:
Human

Parasitic:
Tapeworm; Venus flytrap

Symbiotic:
Lichen

Saorophytic:
Rhizopus; mushroom; housefly.

Autotropic:
Spirogyra; waterleaf plant; elephant grass.

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(3ai)
renewable resource is a resourcewhich can be used repeatedly and replaced naturally.

(3aii)
nonrenewable resource is a resource of economic value that cannot be readily replaced by natural means on a level equal to its consumption.

(3bi)
(i)oxygen
(ii)fresh water

(3bii)
(i)oil
(ii)natural gas

(3c)
(i)Regulated and Planned Cutting of Trees.
(ii)Control over Forest Fire.
(iii)Reforestation and Afforestation.
(v)Check over forest clearance for agricultural and habitation Purposes.
(iv)Proper Utilisation of Forest and Forests Products.

(3d)

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(4ai)
Gene is the discrete unit of inheritance which are found in the chromosomes of all cell.

(4aii)
A hybrid is an offspring obtained from the cross-breeding of the species that are not closely related.

(4aiii)
Trait is the characteristic factor of an individual which are hereditary.

(4b)
Draw the diagram
Phenotyoic ratio= 3:1
Genotypic ratio= 1:2:1

(4c)
The four transmittable characters in plants are:
-Height
-Colour
-Shape of fruit
-Size of Leaf

➖➖➖➖➖➖➖
(6a)

(i) - Chemosynthesis is the biological conversion of one or more carbon-containing molecules (usually carbon dioxide or methane) and nutrients into organic matter using the oxidation of inorganic compounds (e.g., hydrogen gas, hydrogen sulfide) or methane as a source of energy, rather than sunlight

(6aii)

(i) - Bacteria
(ii) - methanogenic archaea

(6b)

Nitrogen — 78 percent.
Oxygen — 21 percent.
Argon — 0.93 percent.
Carbon dioxide — 0.04 percent.

(6c)

(i) - They are composed of relatively few species of plants

(ii) - The salt level of the habitat is high

(iii) - High flooding rate

(iv) - extreme temperature and salinity fluctuations.

(6cii)

Roots of salt marsh plants help stabilize the sandy substrate and trap and hold nutrients and detritus that flow through with each tidal cycle. This detritus trap helps feed bacteria, algae, and invertebrates. These root tangles also provide critical refuge for small fish and other animals.
[3:06PM, 4/19/2018] Exam Boss: (3d)
(i) Increases soil nutrients
(ii) Improves soil structure.
(iii) Does not corrupt the soil.
(iv) Increases soil humus.

(3e)
Hb², Hb², I^a, I^o, I^o, T, t
[3:06PM, 4/19/2018] Exam Boss: 6d)
i)Pulmonary Tuberculosis
ii)Cholera
iii)Pertussis 
iv)Salmonellosis:
6dii)
i)food poisoning
ii)food spoilage
iii)Low market value of food
6e)
the person need plenty of rest and diet rich in protein, fruits an vegetables and take plenty water
6f)
Tabulate
Tillage
i)the soil is prepared mammally or mechanically
ii)conserves soil nutrients
iii)good for farm practise
Bush Burning
i)fire is used to remove plants
ii)destroyes soil nutrients
iii)a bad farm practise


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[9:27AM, 4/17/2018] Exam Boss: *7a* Demand schedule can be defined as a table showing that relationship between prices and the quantity of that commodity demanded.



*7b* THe Law of demand states that all things being equal The higher the price, the lower the quantity demanded or the lower the price the higher the quantity of goods demanded


[9:28AM, 4/17/2018] Exam Boss: *6a* Commodity money is money whose value comes from a commodity of which it is made. Commodity moneyconsists of objects that have value in themselves (intrinsic value) as well as value in their use as money.

*6b*
I.Double Coincidence of Wants:
Ii.Absence of Common Measure of Value
Iii .Lack of Divisibility
[9:28AM, 4/17/2018] Exam Boss: 3a) Optimum population may be defined as that population which is neither too small nor too large, but when combined with the available resources and given the level of existing technology secure a maximum return per head

3b)- It leads to over population; An increasing or large population of a country if not timely controlled will lead to over population

- Increase in government expenditure; The more the population of a country increases, the more the government's expenditure increases

- It may lead to congestion; Increasing population if not controlled will lead to congestion in the area of housing, traffic, schools,etc,
[9:33AM, 4/17/2018] Exam Boss: 3c) - Family planning; Family planning which involves giving birth to controllable number of children, adopted in a country will help to check of control both growth and over population

- Sex education; Through this, people are taught the implications of involving in any type of sex and how to do it without having unwanted pregnancy

- Public enlightenment; Government can set up public enlightenment committee to enlighten people on the need of population control
[9:33AM, 4/17/2018] Exam Boss: 8 a )
Tax is a compulsory contribution to state revenue, levied by the government on workers ' income and business profits, or added to the cost of some goods, services, and transactions.



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(11)
Death is presented by the poet as a voyage in crossing the bar. A voyage is a means of transportation from one location to another or from one place to another. The poem talks about passage to eternity. Death is an inevitable factor in human existence and it causes when it comes. A means of transportation or voyage means that one is at one location and is being taken to another place. Man(all humans) are on earth. A temporary location from where they will pass to eternity. The means of pass to eternity.."crossing the bar" is through death which is the voyage. The poet imagines his death at sunset as the call of nature comes. This sunset and evening which he maintains in the first stanza are symbols of old age when the to be transported should expect his/her voyage to the other location where he/she hitherto has never been.
The poet sees death as an ultimate means for this voyage which cannot be underscored. Though he emphasizes that when he embarks, may there be no sadness of farewell. He does not ask of hues and cries because he knows that through this voyage called death he will meet his saviour optimistically. This is captured in the last two lines of the poem.
...I hope to see my pilot face to face
When I have crossed the bar





[2:55PM, 4/16/2018] Exam Boss: (10)
The mood is gloomy and sober with a corresponding tone of lamentation and pessimism. There appears to be a shift in tone in the last stanza as he expresses hope but he ends the stanza on a pessimistic note.
As a result of the many years of failed governance, the country experiences all kinds of social problems like violence, robbery, insurgence, kidnapping thus becoming a sabre-toothed tiger/a giant hawk . The youths and elder statesmen refrain from agitation for fear of being persecuted or repressed by government: While infants shudder home/the grizzled ones snatch their gut/from bayonets of tribulation/halting venturous walk at dusk .
In the last stanza, while the poet looks forward to a generation that will take the nation out of its hopeless state toward the shore of possibilities, his hope is threatened by the ravenous nature of the ruling class: The land lies patiently ahead/ awaiting in ambush , ready to devour the future change- agents.
[2:55PM, 4/16/2018] Exam Boss: No2 ( Section A )

Santigi is the king of the village of mando. He is a good and just king who rules his people well. He is an imperial king. He is the father of kindo. He is deceived by maligu to support the strangers coming to the village. He easily first people and that is why maligu capitalize on that to deceive him.he is highly respected as a king of mando, he counts on white heads promises that he will establish school to teach his people. He feels happy that his people will soon know how to read and write.
As an importal king, he bruished kindo, his son when he commits murder. This rare traits is hardly found these days among Kings. His interest as a king is for the village to be peaceful and progressive. This is a mark of good leadership. He is a quintessence of good leadership importial and truth.
[2:55PM, 4/16/2018] Exam Boss: 5. Songs and Poetry: These other
genres of literature are employed
into the plot of Lonely Days. There
are many instances of song in the
novel. At a point, Radeke sang a
traditional widow’s song:
“If heaven was like going to the
market in the morning
And returning home in the evening
I would have followed my husband
And run errands for him…”
[2:57PM, 4/16/2018] Exam Boss: Accurate Number (12)

12)
-Language and tone-
i)The instinctive inclination of the child to learn is suggested by learning itself taking place in a ‘bower', a natural structure. This also suggests that children learn from nature, from their daily living
ii)This contrasts with the unnatural character of the school. The oppressive nature of education is highlighted by emphasising the vulnerability of the child and its associated metaphors of bird and plant: ‘little ones', ‘drooping / droop', ‘worn thro', ‘tender'
iii)The child's unfettered life is associated with words of energy and pleasure: ‘love to rise', sing', ‘sweet', ‘joy', ‘youthful spring'

-A child's perspective-
i)The content of this poem seems to be from the standpoint of an innocent child. However the dictionand style are quite sophisticated. The speaker uses expressions one might expect in eighteenth century poetry, for example, ‘The distant huntsman winds his horn' and ‘learning's bower'.

-rhetorical devices such as-
i)Extended rhetorical questions
ii)Exclamation and apostrophe (‘O!father and mother')
iii)Repeating a pattern three times.
(9)
Use of Contest:
Both phematically and structurally the poem makes use of contrast. The main idea in the poem is developed around two contrasting musical instruments.
These are the jungle drums associated with Africa and the piano which is identified with Europe. They are used symbolically to represent the different countries of people from the geographically entities. The one is simple and nature while the other is sophisticated but complicated.
We all told one is "waiting" while the other speaks or associate with "pulsing" .


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Friday, 13 April 2018

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England Premier League

18:30 Liverpool -:- AFC Bournemouth  1
16:00 Crystal Palace -:- Brighton & Hove Albion X2
16:00 Swansea City -:- Everton  1X
16:00 Burnley -:- Leicester City 2X
16:00 Huddersfield Town -:- Watford  X2
20:45 Tottenham Hotspur -:- Manchester City  X2
13:30 Southampton -:- Chelsea  2

France Ligue 1

17:00 Lyon -:- Amiens   1
20:00 Rennes -:- Metz  1
20:00 Nantes -:- Dijon  1X
20:00 Caen -:- Toulouse  1X
20:00 Lille -:- Guingamp  X2
20:00 Strasbourg -:- Saint-Etienne  X2

Germany 1. Bundesliga

18:30 Bayern Munich -:- Borussia Moenchengladbach  1 
15:30 Hoffenheim -:- Hamburger SV  1
15:30 Bayer Leverkusen -:- Eintracht Frankfurt  1X
15:30 Hertha Berlin -:- FC Cologne  1X
15:30 VfB Stuttgart -:- Hannover 96 1X

Italy Serie A

18:00 Genoa -:- Crotone  1
15:00 Cagliari -:- Udinese  X2
20:45 Atalanta -:- Inter  X2
18:00 ChievoVerona -:- Torino  X2
Netherlands Eredivisie
19:45 Vitesse -:- Sparta Rotterdam  1
20:45 PEC Zwolle -:- Excelsior  1X
18:30 ADO Den Haag -:- FC Twente  1
19:45 VVV-Venlo -:- SC Heerenveen  X2

Portugal Primeira Liga

21:30 Vitoria de Guimaraes -:- Vitoria de Setubal  1
17:00 Aves -:- Feirense  1X
17:00 Portimonense -:- Estoril  1
19:15 Boavista -:- Chaves  1

Russia Premier League

15:30 Zenit St. Petersburg -:- Anzhi Makhachkala  1
18:00 FC Krasnodar -:- Arsenal Tula 1X
10:30 Amkar -:- Rubin Kazan  X2
13:00 Dinamo Moscow -:- Lokomotiv Moscow  X2

Spain Primera Division

16:15 Barcelona -:- Valencia  1
20:45 Athletic Bilbao -:- Deportivo La Coruna 1.666 4.01 5.7 1 U 2:0
13:00 Sevilla -:- Villarreal  1X
18:30 Leganes -:- Celta Vigo  X2
18:30 Las Palmas -:- Real Sociedad  2

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13:30 Southampton -:- Chelsea Over1.5

18:30 Bayern Munich -:- Borussia Moenchengladbach over 2.5

18:30 Liverpool -:- AFC Bournemouth 1X
17:00 Lyon -:- Amiens  1X

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FG Approves Establishment Of Army University in Borno State

The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday
approved the establishement of
Army University in borno state.
This approval follows the presentation of a memo
by the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu to the
Federal executive council.
The minister of education Mr Adamu while disclosing this to newsmen after
the meeting which was presided over by Vice
President Yemi Osinbajo, stated that the University
will be located in Biu, Borno State.

It was gathered that the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-
Gen. Tukur Buratai, had in June 2017, said the
army had reached out to the National Universities
Commission to secure approval for the university.
He explained that the university was being
designed as a unique and specialised institution
that would serve as solutions centre, especially to
specific challenges facing the military and North
East region.
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[10:31AM, 4/16/2018] Exam Boss: No 1ai):
A=Stagnant Water
B=Plant Tissue soil
aii):
A=Pupa
B=Pupa
aiii):
A=Arthropoda and insecta
B=Arthropoda and insecta
1bi):



1ai)
A- water
B- decaying plant and animal matter
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1aiii)
A) A phylum is Artropoda, class is insecta
B- phylum is Artropoda, class is insecta
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1b)
A)
i) well developed head with mouth brushes
ii) on large thorax with no legs
iii) segmented abdomen

B)
i) reduced head
ii) legless
iii) mouth parts at the pointed end
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[10:31AM, 4/16/2018] Exam Boss: (4)
(ai) Sepals, Petals, Carpels and Stamens
(ii) Sepals - 5
(iii) Petals - 5
(iv) Carpels - 1
(v) Stamen - 10

(4bi) Sex - monoecious
(ii) presence of both Carpels and Stamens

(4c)
i - Bilateral
ii - it can be cut vertically into two similar halves through one plane

(4d)
K - insect
L - wind
[10:31AM, 4/16/2018] Exam Boss: 4ai
I) calyx
II) corolla
III) androecium
Iv) gynoecium

4Aii
I) calyx--5
II) corolla --5
III) androecium--5
Iv) Gynoecium---1

4bi) It is unisexual
4bii) it has both male and female sexual organ
4cI) it is bilateral
4cii)If the specIman Is cut along it's axis into two, they will become identical halves
4D) specimen k



(4e)
In a tabular form; K and L

Under K
(i) Has very bright colours.
(ii) Single flower per stalk.
(iii) Has petals.
(iv) Lacks bracts.

Under L
(i) Lacks bright colours.
(ii) Bears many flowers per stalk(influorescence).
(iii) Lacks petals.
(iv) Has bracts.


[10:31AM, 4/16/2018] Exam Boss: (1ai)
A - Stagnant water (aquatic habitat)
B - Decomposing matter(terrestrial habitat)

(1aii)
A- Mosquito(Anopheles).
B- Housefly.

(1aiii)
A - Arthropoda (phylum)
Insecta (class)

B - Arthropoda (phylum)
Insecta (class)

(1b)
Specimen A
(i) It has bristles.
(ii) It has horny jaw.
(iii) It has siphon

Specimen B
(i) It has a hook.
(ii) It has mouth.
(iii) It has spiracles.

(1ci)
In a tabular form
Under A
(i) It has not got a hook
(ii) It has a bristle.
(iii) It has siphon
(iv) It has mouth brush.

Under B
(i) It has a hook
(ii) It doesn't have a bristle.
(iii) It does not have siphon.
(iv) It does not have mouth brush.

(1cii)
(i) They are both segmented organisms.
(ii) They both have mouth.
(iii) Both have thorax
[10:32AM, 4/16/2018] Exam Boss: (1ai)
A - Stagnant water (aquatic habitat)
B - Decomposing matter(terrestrial habitat)

(1aii)
A- Mosquito(Anopheles).
B- Housefly.

(1aiii)
A - Arthropoda (phylum)
Insecta (class)

B - Arthropoda (phylum)
Insecta (class)

(1b)
Specimen A
(i) It has bristles.
(ii) It has horny jaw.
(iii) It has siphon

Specimen B
(i) It has a hook.
(ii) It has mouth.
(iii) It has spiracles.

(1ci)
In a tabular form
Under A
(i) It has not got a hook
(ii) It has a bristle.
(iii) It has siphon
(iv) It has mouth brush.

Under B
(i) It has a hook
(ii) It doesn't have a bristle.
(iii) It does not have siphon.
(iv) It does not have mouth brush.

(1cii)
(i) They are both segmented organisms.
(ii) They both have mouth.
(iii) Both have thorax
[10:32AM, 4/16/2018] Exam Boss: (2ai)
C - Fish
D - Mammal
E - Flowering plant

(2aii)
They are used for respiration.

(2aiii)
(i) Possession of two rows of fine finger like Gill filament.
(ii) Possession of gill rakers.
(iii) Possession of richly supplied blood capillaries.

(2bi)
(i) Both are supplied with blood capillaries.
(ii) Both of them are used for respiration.

(2bii)
In a tabular form; Specimen C and specimen D

Under specimen C
(i) Possession of gill rakers.
(ii) Possession of gill filament.
(iii) Possession of gill arch.

Under specimen D
(i) Possession of bronchus.
(ii) Possession of alveoli.
(iii) Possession of alveolar cavity.

(2c)
Draw the 6cm-8cm long of specimen C ie Gill of fish


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Daily football predictions 4/13/2018

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Netherlands Eredivisie
20:00 Heracles -:- AZ Alkmaar 2 1:2
Portugal Primeira Liga
21:30 Pacos de Ferreira -:- Braga  2 0:3
Belgium First Division A Playoff Championship Group
20:30 Sporting Charleroi -:- Genk    2 0:2
Bulgaria First Professional League Relegation Grp. 1
19:00 Pirin Blagoevgrad -:- Slavia Sofia 1:1
16:30 Cherno More Varna -:- Vitosha Bistritsa 1 3:0
Croatia 1. Division
16:00 Osijek -:- NK Istra 1 3:0

18:00 Rudes -:- Rijeka  2  0:2

Czech Republic 1. Division
18:00 Slavia Prague -:- Karvina  1  2:0
England Championship
20:45 Aston Villa -:- Leeds United  1  3:0
18:30 Greuther Fuerth -:- Jahn Regensburg  X  2:2
Ireland Premier Division
20:45 Bray Wanderers -:- Dundalk 2  1:3
21:00 Shamrock Rovers -:- Bohemian FC  1 2:0
20:45 Cork City -:- St. Patrick's Athletic  1  2:0
20:45 Derry City -:- Waterford FC  1  2:1
Netherlands Eerste Divisie
20:00 Fortuna Sittard -:- FC Den Bosch  1 3:0
20:00 Telstar -:- Jong FC Utrecht 1  3:0
20:00 FC Volendam -:- RKC Waalwijk  1  3:0
20:00 Jong AZ Alkmaar -:- MVV Maastricht  X  2:2

20:00 FC Oss -:- De Graafschap 2 1:2
20:00 Helmond Sport -:- NEC Nijmegen  2  1:2

Over 1.5:

Italy Serie B
19:00 Foggia -:- Ascoli Picchio FC  over 1.5  2:1
21:00 Parma Calcio 1913 -:- Cittadella over 1.5 2:1
Denmark Superligaen Relegation Grp. 1
19:00 AGF -:- FC Helsingoer over 1.5  2:1
18:00 Teplice -:- Mlada Boleslav  over 1.5 2:1

Over 2.5:

Netherlands Eerste Divisie
20:00 Fortuna Sittard -:- FC Den Bosch  over 2.5 3:0
20:00 Telstar -:- Jong FC Utrecht over 2.5 3:0
20:00 FC Volendam -:- RKC Waalwijk over 2.5 3:0
20:00 Jong AZ Alkmaar -:- MVV Maastricht  over 2.5  2:2

20:00 FC Oss -:- De Graafschap 2 1:2
20:00 Helmond Sport -:- NEC Nijmegen over 2.5 1:2

Double chance:

20:00 FC Dordrecht -:- Cambuur X2  1:2
20:00 Jong Ajax -:- FC Emmen  1X  2:1
20:00 Go Ahead Eagles -:- FC Eindhoven  1X  2:1
20:00 Almere City FC -:- Jong PSV  X2 1:2
Germany 2. Bundesliga
18:30 Bochum -:- Kaiserslautern  1X  2:1
Italy Serie B
19:00 Foggia -:- Ascoli Picchio FC  1X  2:1
21:00 Parma Calcio 1913 -:- Cittadella  1X  2:1
Denmark Superligaen Relegation Grp. 1
19:00 AGF -:- FC Helsingoer  1X  2:1
18:00 Teplice -:- Mlada Boleslav  1X 2:1
18:00 Vysocina Jihlava -:- Zlin  1X  2:1
Russia Premier League
18:30 FK Akhmat -:- 1X  1:0
Spain Primera Division
21:00 Girona -:- Real Betis X2 1:1
Australia A-League
11:50 Sydney FC -:- Melbourne Victory  1X 2:1
France Ligue 1
20:45 Angers -:- Nice X2  1:2
Germany 1. Bundesliga
20:30 Wolfsburg -:- Augsburg X2  0:1

Most surest ever:

FB: Wolfsburg vs
Augsburg
1X
IRE: Bray
Wanderers
AFC vs
Dundalk FC
2
IRE: Cabinteely FC
vs Shelbourne
Dublin FC
X2
IRE: Drogheda
United vs
Longford
Town
1X
GER: TSV Buchbach
vs Bayern Munich II

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