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    1a )
    i ) Justice is the legal or philosophical theory by which fairness is administered . The concept of justice differs in every culture .
    ii) Courage is the choice and willingness to confront agony , pain , danger , uncertainty , or intimidation .
    iii ) The dignity of labour , also known as the dignity of work , is the philosophy that all types of jobs are respected equally, and no occupation is considered superior .

    1b)
    i ) Broaden your perspective . Being selfless starts with having the ability to see beyond your personal concerns and empathize with others , even those you ' ve never met . If you 're constantly consumed by your own problems and status , you won 't have time or energy to act selflessly .
    ii) Think about how other people feel . Empathy and selflessness go hand in hand. If you understand how someone else feels , you ' ll be more likely to be moved to act selflessly toward that person.
    iii ) Be selfless even when no one notices . Selfless people don 't act with kindness and generosity with the expectation of getting credited for it . They do it because it 's the right thing to do , and because it feels good to help other people when you have the capacity to do so.


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    3a )
    interpersonal relationship is a strong , deep , or close association or acquaintance between two or more people that may range in duration from brief to enduring

    3b)
    i ) Communication skills ,
    ii) Verbal Communication
    iii ) non verbal communication
    iv ) Listening Skills
    v) Emotional intelligence
    vi ) Team -working



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    5)
    i ) Promiscuity : Promiscuity is now the leading cause of the spread of HIV in the developing regions . Many people are having more than one sexual partner , and also prostitution is common in the regions ( Hilary Heuler , VOA ) .

    ii) Ignorance: Most people living in these regions are fully aware of the disease, but they continue to get involved in practices that fuel its transmission . This is ignorance , and it is adversely driving the HIV/ AIDS epidemic in the whole world , not just the developing countries

    iii ) Illiteracy : The Third World countries have a large percentage of people who know very little about HIV / AIDS. Most people know the disease exists , but they lack information about its aspects

    iv ) Poverty: The developing world has a large population of people living in poverty . Most poor people are forced to do anything to earn a living , including engaging in sexual activities which are a high - risk factor for the disease.

    v) Drug and Alcohol Use :
    Drug and alcohol use is quite common among the youth in the developing regions . According to studies, there have been consistent new HIV infections resulting from sharing of injectors among the drug users in these regionsregion

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    8)
    i ) Selfishness : It is a situation where a leader does not care about the needs of other people but about himself and things that will favour him .

    ii) Party Interest : This is a situation whereby the interest of the party is placed above the views of other people on an issue irrespective of the benefits of the popular view of the citizens .

    iii ) Wrong Orientation: In developing countries like Nigeria , politics is seen as a quick way to success rather than avenue to serve people .

    iv ) Lack of Vision : Majority of political office holders lack the vision to serve the interest of the citizens .

    v) Corruption and bribery: Through this, the leaders loot public treasury just to satisfy their selfish desires .
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    1a )
    Farm surveying is the process of measuring and mapping out the position , height, size and boundary of an area of farmland .
    1b)
    i ) It helps to determine the hectarage of Land.
    ii) Farm surveying exposes the gradient of the land .
    iii ) It helps the farmer to make decisions on locations of various farm buildings and structures .
    iv ) It helps in determining the amount of input of labour , seeds , fertilizers and chemicals to be used in the farm .
    v) It enables farmers to make the best use of available resources in order to achieve maximum profits.
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    1c )
    RANGING POLE
    i ) It is used for marking stations
    GUNTER ’ S CHAIN
    i ) It is used in taking short or detailed measurement of length and breadth .
    MEASURING TAPES
    i ) It is used in taking bearing .
    THEODOLITE
    i ) It is used to measure horizontal or vertical angles or planes .
    PRISMATIC COMPASS
    I ) it is use to find out the bearing of the traversing and included angles between them , waypoints
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    3a )
    i ) It serves as wind break
    ii) It helps to prevent erosion
    iii ) It serves as source of oxygen
    iv ) It serves as source of fuel i . e firewood
    v) It serves as habitat for wild animals
    vi ) It helps to prevent depilation of the ozone layer .
    3bi )
    i ) It helps to improve soil nitrogen
    Ii ) It increases the activity of microorganisms
    Iii ) It helps to improve soil structure
    3bii)
    I ) It leads to soil erosion
    Ii ) It kills soil microorganisms
    Iii ) It reduces soil nitrogennitrogen
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    3biii )
    I ) It causes nutrient leaching
    Ii ) It causes erosion .
    Iii ) It leads to poor soil structure .
    3biv )
    i ) It causes erosion by wind
    Ii ) It causes loss of soil nutrients
    Iii ) It causes percolation
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    4a )
    Animal mating is the
    pairing of either opposite sex or hermaphroditic
    organisms , usually for the purposes of sexual
    reproduction while Artificial insemination is the process of collecting
    sperm cells from a male animal and manually depositing them into the reproductive tract of a female .
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    4aii )
    i ) Monogamy mating
    ii) Polygamy mating
    4b)
    I ) It helps in building
    and repairing muscles and other body tissues
    Ii ) It is needed
    to form new skin cells , grow hair , build muscle tissue, and
    more .
    Iii ) It also assists in creating body chemicals like hormones and enzymes
    Iv ) It provides energy and
    keeps animal immune system strong .
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    4c )
    I ) Meat
    Ii ) milk and milk products
    Iii ) egg
    Iv ) fish ,
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    1a )
    Farm surveying is the process of measuring and mapping out the position , height, size and boundary of an area of farmland .

    1b)
    i ) It helps to determine the hectarage of Land.
    ii) Farm surveying exposes the gradient of the land .
    iii ) It helps the farmer to make decisions on locations of various farm buildings and structures .
    iv ) It helps in determining the amount of input of labour , seeds , fertilizers and chemicals to be used in the farm .
    v) It enables farmers to make the best use of available resources in order to achieve maximum profits.

    1c )
    RANGING POLE
    i ) It is used for marking stations

    GUNTER ’ S CHAIN
    i ) It is used in taking short or detailed measurement of length and breadth .

    MEASURING TAPES
    i ) It is used in taking bearing .

    THEODOLITE
    i ) It is used to measure horizontal or vertical angles or planes .

    PRISMATIC COMPASS
    I ) it is use to find out the bearing of the traversing and included angles between them , waypoints

    1d)
    i ) The initial cost of a machine is high . An idle machine is a waste .
    ii) Adoption of certain machines will lead to unemployment .
    iii ) Machines are subject to break-down and lie idle when electricity fails ( if it is electrically operated ) .
    iv ) Depreciation charges are high ; this will reduce the profit
    v) Certain types of machines may become obsolete within a short span of time .

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    3a )
    i ) It serves as wind break
    ii) It helps to prevent erosion
    iii ) It serves as source of oxygen
    iv ) It serves as source of fuel i . e firewood
    v) It serves as habitat for wild animals
    vi ) It helps to prevent depilation of the ozone layer .

    3bi )
    i ) It helps to improve soil nitrogen
    Ii ) It increases the activity of microorganisms
    Iii ) It helps to improve soil structure

    3bii)
    I ) It leads to soil erosion
    Ii ) It kills soil microorganisms
    Iii ) It reduces soil nitrogen

    3biii )
    I ) It causes nutrient leaching
    Ii ) It causes erosion .
    Iii ) It leads to poor soil structure .

    3biv )
    i ) It causes erosion by wind
    Ii ) It causes loss of soil nutrients
    Iii ) It causes percolation
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    4a )
    Animal mating is the pairing of either opposite sex or hermaphroditic organisms , usually for the purposes of sexual reproduction while Artificial insemination is the process of collecting sperm cells from a male animal and manually depositing them into the reproductive tract of a female .

    4aii )
    i ) Monogamy mating
    ii) Polygamy mating

    4b)
    I ) It helps in building
    and repairing muscles and other body tissues
    Ii ) It is needed
    to form new skin cells , grow hair , build muscle tissue, and more .
    Iii ) It also assists in creating body chemicals like hormones and enzymes
    Iv ) It provides energy and
    keeps animal immune system strong .

    4bii)
    I ) Meat
    Ii ) milk and milk products
    Iii ) egg
    Iv ) fish

    4c )
    I ) Rangelands provide
    flood protection .
    Ii ) It helps in ground water recharge .
    Iii ) It helps to remove carbon dioxide ( CO 2) from the atmosphere
    Iv ) Grazing of perennial grasslands has helped control the spread of some invasive weed

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    5a )
    I ) to regulate the animal's body temperature
    Ii ) to assist in transporting nutrients .
    Iii ) It helps in pH Regulation
    Iv ) It aids food Digestion

    5b)
    Calcium and potassium

    5c )
    I ) Minerals are essential constitutents of skeletal structures such as bones and teeth .
    Ii ) Minerals play a key role in the maintenance of osmotic pressure
    Iii ) Minerals regulate the exchange of water and solutes within the animal body.
    Iv ) Minerals serves as enzymes that aids digestion

    5c )
    I ) Breast pain
    Ii ) Teats must be
    dipped in germicide after each milking .
    Iii ) Proper milking machine function
    Iv ) Tuberculosis
    V ) test and slaughter
    Vi ) herd isolation and
    vaccination .
    Vii ) Respiratory distress
    Viii ) Vaccination for Newcastle disease


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    6a )
    Depreciation is a procedure for allocating the cost of a depreciable asset among the production in which the asset is used .

    6b)
    I ) Farm record is an account of the various activities carried out on the farm such as farm purchases , utilization of farm inputs , number of livestock kept and equipment procured . While Farm account shows the total receipt and payments made by the farm at a particular time .

    ii) Credit '
    Any of several credit vehicles used to finance agricultural transactions , including loans, notes, bills of exchange and banker 's acceptances . WHILE subsidy is a governmental subsidy paid to farmers and agribusinesses to supplement their income , manage the supply of agricultural commodities , and influence the cost and supply of such commodities .
    Iii ) assets provide a future economic benefit , while liabilities present a future obligation.


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    4a )
    Mendel 's 1st Law of inheritance States that genes are responsible for the development of the individual and that they are independently transmitted from one generation to another without undergoing ant change

    4ai )
    Mendel 's 1st Law of inheritance States that genes are responsible for the development of the individual and that they are independently transmitted from one generation to another without undergoing ant change

    4aii )
    i ) It can be use in correcting diseases or with order
    ii) it can be used in agricultural to enhanced crop use
    iii ) it can be used to complained two close species to get a unique high bird
    iv ) it can be use to determine the cause of a disease and choice a treatment
    v) it can be used in a wide range of plant , animals and micro organisms

    4aiii )
    i ) death
    ii) radiation
    iii ) mental

    4b)
    Evolution is change in the heritable characteristics of biological populations over successive generations


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    An ecosystem is a community of living organisms in conjunction with the nonliving components of their environment , interacting as a system .

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    Abiotic environment are all physical and nonliving chemical factors , such as soil , water, and atmosphere , which influence living organisms .

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    - Salinity
    - Flow.

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    In a simple ecosystem that consists of rabbits and grass . The grass reproduces at a certain rate , and the rabbits randomly wander around the world eating the grass . If a rabbit stumbles across a patch of grass , they will eat it and gain energy . If a rabbit gains enough energy , they will reproduce. Conversely , if a rabbit wanders around too long without finding any grass to eat , they will die .

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    GLUCOSE:
    - Energy generation
    - It helps in metabolism

    ( 1aii )
    OXYGEN :
    - It helps to oxidize glucose
    - it brings about cellular or tissue respiration

    ( 1b)
    ( i ) Aerobic
    ( ii) Anaerobic

    ( 1c )
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    ( ii) Tilapea - Gill
    ( iii ) Adult toad - Lungs
    ( iv ) Grasshopper - Tracheae

    ( 1d)
    DRAW THE DIAGRAM OF OPEN STOMA IN A LEAF AND LABEL[ 6cm - 8cm long]


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    ( 5a )
    Evaporation
    Condensation
    Precipitation
    Collection
    Transportation

    i ) PH is pH meter
    ii) Light intensity is photometer
    iii ) Turbidity is nephelometer or turbidimeter

    5b) Glucose
    I . Glucose is the main energy source for body cells .
    Ii . glucose plays a
    structural role with its inclusion in carbohydrate additions to proteins .
    ii) Oxygen
    I . To burn food for the release of energy stored
    Ii . For cellular respiration

    5c ) Nastism are nastic movements which are non -directional responses to stimuli ( e .g . temperature, humidity , light irradiance ) , and
    are usually associated with plants .
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    ( 1ai )
    Burrette readings/ cm 3: | titre 1| titre 2| titre 3
    Final readings | 33 .20 | 49. 60 | 1 .50
    Initial readings | 16. 40 | 16 .40 | 16. 65

    ( 1aii )
    Average volume of acid used
    = 16. 40+16 .40 +16. 65( cm 3) / 3
    = 49 .45 cm 3/ 3
    = 16 .48 cm 3

    ( 1b)
    ( I) Concentration of Y ( OH ) 2. XH 2O in mol / dm3
    Using CAVA/ CBVB = a / b
    CA = 0.025 mol / 0.25 dm3 = 0 .1mol
    VA = 16 .48 cm 3
    CB = ?
    VB = 25 .00 cm 3
    a = 1mol
    b = 2 moles
    . : . CAVA / CBVB = a / b
    CB = CAVA * B / VB * a
    = 0. 1 mol / dm3 * 16 .48 cm 3 * 2 moles / 25. 00 * 1 mol
    CB = 3. 296 / 25
    CB = 0. 131 mol / dm3

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    3a )
    I ) Desiccator - usefor preserving moisture sensitive items
    ii) Volumetric flasks are used for precise dilutions and preparation of standard solutions .
    iii ) Glass rod are used to mix chemicals and liquids for laboratory purposes .
    3ii)
    i ) Amphoteric is Al 2O 3
    ii) Neutral oxide is H 2O
    3iii )
    Crystallization

    3b)
    1) hno 3aq to cuco 3 solid . a light blue solid ,
    precipitates is formed
    2) acidified kmno4 to c 2 h 4. c 2 h 4 is oxidized to ethane - 1,2 -diol
    3) iodine solution to a paste of unripe plantain. a bluish -black color is produced with iodine


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    2)
    Test
    I . Solution + NaOH in excess
    Ii . Solution + NH3 in excess
    Iii . Solution + BaCl + HCl in excess
    Iv . Solution + AgNO 3

    Observation
    I . White gelatinous precipitate soluble in excess NaOH
    Ii . White gelatinous precipitate soluble in excess NH3
    Iii . White precipitate formed with BaCl 2 which dissolves in excess HCl
    iv . White precipitate formed with AgNO 3

    Inference
    I . Zn, Pb , or Al is present
    Ii . Zn confirmed
    Iii . CO 3, Cl , SO 4 present
    Iv . Cl present

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