2019_2 NOUN TMA2 Solutions

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All these are bodies involved in communication in Nigeria except ----

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NDLEA



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All the following are frequency-shift keying schemes except . . . . . . .

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Amplifying-Shift Keying



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___ are analog transmission technique

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A and B



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In today's World, security responsibility rest squarely on;

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Individuals and International organizations



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Many states are collapsing today because of;

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Pressures from unbalance trading relations



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Basically, mass media channels are categorised into ____.

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two



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According to WHO, …… percent of people in the developing world are reliant on traditional medicines

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80



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The following animal species have disappeared from Nigeria

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Giant Eland



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Natural habitats in Africa are being degraded or lost owing to a number of …… and …… causes

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Proximate and ultimate



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Which of these theorists ________________, argue that States are creatures of natural law, and by this are guided by the principles and conducts of the law of nature

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naturalists



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Law-making treaties are sometimes referred to as __________

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international legislation



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….concept holds that consumers will value products that are available and affordable

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Production



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….goods are bought by individuals and organisations for further processing or for use in conducting a business

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Industrial



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...are desires for specific satisfaction of deeper needs

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Wants



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……. are in-built in human nature

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Needs



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Tropical forests are noted for their beautiful …….

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Woods



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The backbone of African economy as well as the life support system for most of Africa's people are ……

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Biological resources



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More than half of the world species are found in

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Tropical forest



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All the following are institution-based health data sources except ___

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Population surveys



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In health data management derived classifications are based on the reference ________

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Care



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The healthcare delivery system encompasses a wide range of resources such as providers, facilities, and _______

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Agencies



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All of the following are not health care stakeholders, except __

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All of the above



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These are principles which must be applied for successful refrigeration of perishable crops, except;

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Interrupted cooling



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The major environmental influences on the keeping quality of foods are the following, except;

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Precipitation



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_____________only ripen while still attached to the parent plant.

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Non-climacteric fruit



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There are certain operations prior to packaging of food with exception of;

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Processing



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The following are primary causes of food loss, except;

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Legal



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All are the limiting factors to earth's carrying capacity except ____

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Biological condition



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The organisms that are responsible for final breakdown and recycling of tiny broken bits of organic materials in the ecosystem is ____

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Decomposers



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All are included in ecosystem except

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Urbanization



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All the following are tools for making sound recordings except ___

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Adobe Photoshop



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. . . . . . . is not a multimedia editing software

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Ruby



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All the following are facts about CODEC except . . . . . .

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it is a hardware



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Within the context of application software and multimedia design, software DVD represents ___

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Digital Video Disk



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The permanent clearing of forest land and converting it to non forest areas is called

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Deforestation



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The type of evaluation designed to help both the student and the teacher to pinpoint areas where the student has failed to learn so that this failure may be rectified is

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Formative evaluation



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A process wherein the parts, processes, or outcomes of a programme is examined to see whether they are satisfactory particularly with stated objectives of the programme refers to

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Evaluation



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Trace elements are minerals _____ in the body

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needed in minute amount



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Acidity, sugar and starch are __________________indices of maturity

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Chemical



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Some plants called __________however, are more tolerant to scarce water.

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Xerophytes



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The forms of____________ are freezing rain, sleet or ice pellets, snowfall, and hail.

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Precipitation



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The following are climatic factors responsible for maturity, ripening and senescence of crop, except;

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Plant



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Lipids that contain esters of fatty acids and glycerol are called _____

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Triacylglycerol



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Prokayotes differs from eukayotes because they are organisms with _____

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no defined nucleus and no cell organelles



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Tentative, intelligent guesses posited to direct one’s thinking towards the solution of the research problem are referred to as ---------------

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Hypotheses



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Which of these are elements of theories?

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Concepts



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The factors that facilitate the selection of a research problem are that the research problem should _____________ I. Be of interest to the researcher. II. Be of interest to recognised segment of education profession. III. Be placed in the context of education and assured.

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I, II & III



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These are types of bank frauds except:-

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bank vault



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The following are traditional functions of CBN except:-

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oversee the financial sector



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Settlements that are more thickly populated and highly "urban" are called ____________

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clusstered settlement



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An area far away from the seat of government is called

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Rural



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The following are indicators of rurality except__________

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Complexity



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The "gods" with small "g" are called__

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Deities



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Which of the following religious functionaries are venerated but not worshipped in African Traditional Religion?

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Ancestors



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Software engineering is essentially a ____

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computer science discipline



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The acronym ___ best represents the phases of the software cycle and the order in which those phases are executed.

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SDLC



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There are --- phases in spiral model

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four



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… is the process of checking that a software system meets specifications and that it fulfils its expected purpose

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verification and validation



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Any type of software testing that seeks to reveal clash of individual software modules to each other is known as ---

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integration testing



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Decomposers are animals that eat _____

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dead or decaying materials



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Animals that eat only plants are called _____

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herbivores



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Organisms which do not create their own food are refer to as _____

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consumers



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Plants are refers to as ____ because they make their own food

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producers



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______ includes all of the organisms as well as the climate, soil, water, rocks and other non-living things in a given area

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Ecosystem



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The two most important factors that affects climate of an area are ____And ____

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Season temperature and average precipitation



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One of these species are immigrants introduced by humans.

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Alien species



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Consumers of mass communication messages are___.

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heterogeneous



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The effects of communication which cannot be seen immediately are___ effects.

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delayed



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The number of individuals per unit area of a given time is termed ________

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Health population density



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Plants, animals, fungi and bacteria are ____ factors

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biotic



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In C# programming, the bool keyword is used to declare __

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Variables



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All the following are common C# Types except ___

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Entity Types



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In C# programming, int variables are stored signed __ -bit integer values.

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32



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Africans are known to love reading generally.

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FALSE'



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The nutrient needs of a plant are usually received through the following, except

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None of the options



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The following are categories of water pollution except

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None of the options



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The following are sources of cabon monoxide pollution except

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Asbestos



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___ occurs when chemicals are released by spills and undergroung leakages.

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Soil pollution



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All the following are examples of data links except, __

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None of the Options



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The following are categories of data-link configurations except __

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semiduplex communications



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A well trained person in broad fundamentals in schools as well qualified , technical persons that are ready to work on the field are called

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extension worker



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The farmers and natural resource manager in the rural areas of most part of the developing world are_________

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women



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Human Rights are classified into personal rights, political and moral rights, proprietary rights, procedural rights and -----

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equality rights



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The term “human rights” appeared in the public domain for the first time in the years ----- to 1944

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1942



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Human Rights are what make a person a-----

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human being



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Human rights are -----

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universal



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Fundamental rights are simply rights which impose limitation on the -----

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government



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The following are problems of agricultural extension in developing countries except______

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lack of capital



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How many factors of social change are identified by sociologists as responsible for the occurrence of changes in the society?

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5 factors



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The processes by which new traits or elements are added to a particular culture_____

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Cultural accumulation



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The following are major source of information about applicant except ___________

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Mental ability



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The following are functions of an extension administrator except _____________

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All of the above



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The process whereby decisions are transmitted from one member to another through agreed channel is called ________

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Communication



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The specific educational experiences which are provided in non-school environments is known as__

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Non-formal education



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According to __________, federalism is a division of functions between co-ordinate authorities, which are in no way subordinate one to another either in the extent or in the exercise of their allotted functions?

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K C Wheare



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--------------- are essential structural and functional components of all living organisms

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Proteins



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Vitamins are divided into ______________ and ________________

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Fat and water soluble



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Which of the following microorganisms are of major importance in the food industry

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Bacteria



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Eggs are better kept fresh in the refrigerator for 4 – 5 weeks whereas hardboiled egg will only last ---------------

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one week



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Vitamins are organic compounds that function mainly in enzyme systems to enhance

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metabolism



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The following are water soluble vitamins, except

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Biomine



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The live components of the environment are classified into the following, except

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None of the options



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The following are examples of components found in the physical environment except

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The educational system



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The following are examples of biological environmental components except

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None of the options



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Environmental components are categorised into the following except

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None of the options



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According to Daniel Elazar, there are _______ types of political culture

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three



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The spiritual forces tha were brought into being to run a theocratic system of the government of universe are known as ____

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Divinities



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Spaghetti,macaroni and noodles are examples of ____________________________dishes

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Farinaceous



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The type of decoration which is applied to rich cakes before they are iced is called _____________________

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marzipan



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All --------- are very high in starch and are generally inexpensive sources of energy

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Cereal



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Food ------------ and -------------- are seasonal in Nigeria

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production and marketing



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Microscopic organisms commonly encountered in food systems are ________and ________

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Bacteria and fungi



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____________are nutrients needed in tiny amounts for normal growth

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Micronutrients



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__are the rituals used to provide an established order and meaningful pattern for change in the society.

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Calendar rituals



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Ionizing ______ are radioactive materials that decay spontaneously

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Radiation



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The following are principles of environmental management except

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Principle of discretion



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The science of deriving information about the earths land, water areas from images acquired at a distance is known as ____

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Remote sensing



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______ Compounds are organic compounds that contain one or more nitro- functional groups (-NO2)

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Nitro



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Which of these are the classical steps in hygiene practice in occupational hygiene practice.

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Recognition, evaluation and prevention



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According to David Easton, inputs are generated from the ____.

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Environment



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What are the sources of information during the planning process in an organization

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all of the above



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Females that requires mating but produce offspring pathogenically without the male gametes are called

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Pseudogenous



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In parasite infestation of host in which they cannot complete their life cycles, these hosts are called ____

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Accidental host



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The additive tree in which the terminal taxa are equidistant from the root of the tree is known as ______

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Dendrogram



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The following are parasites infection in united states except

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Yellow fever



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Parasites that lives on their hosts are called

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Ecto parasite



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Parasites that feeds on another parasites are called

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Epiparasite



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The following are methods of diagnosing parasite infection except

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Physical examination



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Blastocystosis are parasites that affect the ______

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Intestine



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The followings are types of parasites except

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Crabs



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If a parasite infects a host but does not undergo any development those hosts are called ____

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Paratenicor transport host



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Nigeria became a social welfare state in _____?

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1960



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Balloons that stay at a constant altitude for a long period of time are known as

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Transosondes



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The following are types of air sampling methods except

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stratified air sampling



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The following are function incubator except

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control the speed of the chamber



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_______ are electrical devices which uses dry heat for sterilization

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Hot air oven



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___________________are often responsible for a complete floor in an establishment or, depending on the size of the establishment, a number of rooms or suites

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Flour service staff



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_____________is the ‘learner’, having just joined the food service staff, and possibly wishing to take up food service as a career

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Debarraseur



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The toxic effects from consuming spoiled food are known as ______________________

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food passion



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Ussually, insurgency, rebellion, or revolution provokes a response from the _________ that the revolutionary or rebel movements are trying to overthrow

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Governments



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Revolutions are characterised to be violent and ____________

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Sudden



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Unicellular animals that live in aqueous environments reproduce, some may live in an oxygen- rich or oxygen-deficient environment are known as ______________

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Bacteria



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Microbes are used in the fermentation of the following expect ______________

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microbes



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The study of tiny or minute living organisms that are notdirectly visible to the naked eye is as ____________________

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microscope



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Society refers to a relatively large grouping or collectivity of people who share common and distinct __________

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Culture



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The family, religious system, political system, economy, and educational system are all examples of __________ institutions

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Social



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The tenets of social objectives are freedom, ----- and justice

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equality



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The basic responsibilities of the Nigerian Government and its agencies at every level are -----

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the security and welfare of the people



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___ and Phot are Greek words on which phography orginated from

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Graphos



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Medieval era in the European history from 476 to 1066 AD are referred to as ___________

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Bark age



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Medieval poets are most concerned with ________.

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issues of morality



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According to Lijpjhart the following except ONE are key components of Consociational democracy

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minority rule



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Hyden (2006) made the distinction between two types of conflicts, they are ___

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latent and manifest conflict



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A company that places restriction on the transfer of shares by mambers is known as----------

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Private company



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What are agencies estblished to implement water resources development policy in Nigeria?

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Federal Ministry fo Water Resources and River Basin Development Authority



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In the context of agribusiness management, most Nigerian farmers are operating in -------------

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Sole proprietorship or partnership



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What are the main forms of agribusiness organizations?

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Sole proprietorship, partnership, state farming, limited company and cooperative.



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Efforts of ensuring that institutional objectives are set up, executed and evaluated are called-----------------------

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Management process



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Agribusiness describes all economic activities that involve --------------- that are from agricultural and non-agricultural sector.

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Distribution and or transformation of raw materials



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Gears are meant to do the following

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All of the above.



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Agricultural tractors are designed for a maximum speed of

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20 mph/



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The two working languages of the ICJ are_____________________

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English and French



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Par in parem non habet imperium means __________

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Equal cannot exercise authority over another



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There are about ------------- theories of power.

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3



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The two types of social power are ------

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Authority and influence



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There are about ------------- stages in group development

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10



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Some of the characteristics of a leader are-------------

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Enthusiasm and trustworthynes



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What are the types of leadership?

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Formal and informal



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What are the basic elements of leadership relationship?

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Leader, follower, situation,task



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Industries in Nigeria are beset with operational problems out of which ------------------------------ predominates.

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Infrastructure



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The -------------------------------- involves raising the awareness of the community in relation to their problems.

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Animation



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Some scholars are of the opinion that several scriptures do have a fuller sense called ____

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Sensus Plenior



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The two key issues limiting the adoption of IRDA nationwide are ------------

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Money and specialists



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What are the two most widely used methods of innovations?

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Top oriented and bottom oriented



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The two major types of settlement patterns in Nigeria are---------------

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Clustered and scattered



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The two theories of macro approach to social change are-------------

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Structural functionalis and conflict theories



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The study of the process by which meanings are created and shared is called what?

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Ethnomethodologist



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In the study of micro level approaches to social change, symblic interaction has 3 core principles which are---------

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Meaning, language and thought



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Rising per capita incomes, greater employment opportunities and reducing inequalities are issues to do with which perspective of development?

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Economic perspective



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The 3 central problems which must decline to development to manifest are-----

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Inequality, poverty and unemployment



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Biblical narratives are usually interpreted from the ____ perspective.

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religious



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physical indices of quality in fruits and vegetable that attract consumers are

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all of the above



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Externally, the atria are demarcated from the ventricles by the

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Coronary sulcu



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_____theologians are the ones that can be considered to be “experts” in theology.

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Professional



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In the Bible personal properties are predicated of the _______ as a proof of personality.

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Spirit of God



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All except _______ are used as proofs of God's existence.

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Pneumatological



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Theos and Logos are Greek etymologies for the English ____

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theology



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Sales and receipts are recorded on _______________ side of the farm account book?

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Left hand side



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Biconcave shaped cells that are small enough to pass through capillaries is

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Erythrocytes



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The following are classifications of microscopes except

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Ordinary microscope



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The following are the uses of pH except

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Solvent separation



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The following are strategies for safe laboratory operation except

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E-technology



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Stress violence and other workplace disturbance are known as

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Psycho-social hazard



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The biological substance that threatens the health of living organisms are known as

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Biohazard



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The following are physical hazards except

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Carcinogens



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In Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy, ground state metallic atoms are capable of absorbing radiant energy of their own specific __________ wavelength.

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resonance



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Metallic atoms absorb radiation of a particular wavelength, that is produced by a special source made from that element, when they are in the ____________.

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ground state



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The following are types of bending vibration except _______.

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tilting



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Electrons are excited from

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HOMO to LUMO



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The electromagnetic radiation covers a long range of radiations which are broken down into different regions according to

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wavelength



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_________ institutions are institutions which serve the purpose of channelling funds from lenders to borrowers.

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Financial



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Domestic examples of mass transfer are

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frying of eggs



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These are examples of mass transfer in industrial processes

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crushing



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Heat transfer methods are employed in ________.

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Random sampling



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A _____ market is a market where long-term and short-term funds are bought and sold.

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financial



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___ is documents that are issued in the normal course of business as evidence of debt.

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Commercial Papers



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Local governments are usually characterized as

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legal entities



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Airborne pollutants such as pollens and spores causing allergies in sensitive persons are called ___________.

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aeroallergens



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Radiation effects on human that cause noticeable damages to the individual e.g. anemia, cataracts, skin rash and cancer, are said to be __________.

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somatic.



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Places designed to give participant knowledge and skill in areas such as irrigations methods, dress making, gardening are called?________________

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Extension school



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The following are agricultuural extension teaching methods except?____________

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Community method



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The following are basic tasks of extension except?____________

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An adhoc activity



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All but one of these are problems of local government

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collection of taxes



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All but one of these are not theories of local government

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Socio - economic



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All these but one are characteristics of Local government

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registered organization



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Managers who seek to revitalize established firms to keep them competitive in todays market place are called -------------

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Change agent



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All these are policy analysis constraints except

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executive



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Without reliable data in all areas, development planning will be

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faulty



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____ ensures that conflicts are nipped in the bud before they get out of hand.

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Conflict prevention



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The following are some of the causes of conflict except __________.

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metabolism conflict



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The following are the motives for holding cash except_______

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Budgetary motive



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The following are some of the various types of preference shares except_____

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Non convertible preference shares



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The following are the main components of working capital management except______

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Fixed income



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The policy processes are in____ Stages

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6



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All these are key elements of good policy analysis except

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behaviour



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________ techniques are mainly desk methods which are based on reports obtained from various sources.

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Qualitative



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The ages of all patients in ward A in Abuja clinic are 38,26,13,41,22 years. What is the population variance?

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106.8



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The capacities of metal drum container are 38, 20, 37, 64 and 27 litres respectively. What is the range?

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44



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In infrared analysis, good information on the structure of the molecules is obtained from _________ Bands

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Absorption



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A ___________ filament lamp is the most satisfactory source of visible and near infrared radiation.

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Tungsten



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These are recognized prominent behaviourist except __________.

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Lord Lugard



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The factors contributing to workers health problems are the following except …………………

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Rehabilitation



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Dermatologic problems are the following except ………………

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Septicaemia



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The major goals of the occupational health are to ……………. And ……………………

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promote and maintain



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________is an agreement between countries that are not enforced by law but by good faith.

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Soft law






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