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Ask For Help and Get Answers / Re: Civil education 2020/2021
« on: November 25, 2020, 10:37:14 am »
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Today痴 NECO Civic Education OBJ Answers:

1-10: ADDDBEABBA

11-20: CDDCEDCAAC

21-20: ACDEDCECDE


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Ask For Help and Get Answers / Civil education 2020/2021
« on: November 25, 2020, 10:36:12 am »
31-40: BDEDDCEEBD

41-50: EDAEEEEDEC

51-60: DCCDDCAAAC

NECO Civic Education Theory Answers:

No (1a)

Citizenship education is an education that empower individuals to understand their rights and to be responsible, respectful, and participatory.

(1b)

(i)Allowing Citizens To Contribute For Common Good

(ii)Being Civil Competencies

(iii)Creating Freedom Awareness Among Citizens

(iv)Knowing Of One痴 Constitutional Rights

(v)Ensuring Equality Of Citizens

(vi)Understanding The Truth

 About Citizenship

No (2a)

(Pick any 5)

(i) Patience.

(ii) Multi-tasking skills.

(iii) Encouraging.

(iv) Intelligence.

(v) Flexibility. 

(vi) Leadership skills.

(vii) Dependability.

(viii) Compassion.

(ix) A sense of humor.

(x) Self-awareness.

2b

1. Age

Ii. religion and belief is a de facto in the morning would be good. Consider before they give their children as for marriage.

iii. Educational background is another factors a responsible parents the children

iv. Personality and character of the partner of a child must be considered by the parent

V. Occupation of the partner of the child is also partner mouth

(3a)

Inter communal relationship is a relationship that exists between two or more communities. One of the major objectives of the Government is to ensure that the Government is close to the members of the community and provide a forum where local people can defend themselves and also develop their local communities.

(3b)

(i) Provision of political development:- A good and positive inter communal relationship helps to promote political development of different kinds and ensures that concerned communities participate in issue related to the development of the community.

(ii) Promotion of peace and unity:- A positive inter communal relationship will help to promote peace and unity in the community.

(iii) Enhancement of security:- It ensures stable and standby security consciousness in the community. It will help to remove fear of violence, war or any kind of between communities.

(iv) Promotion of tribal Marriage:- When there is a good relationship between different communities, it becomes easy for communal/tribal marriage to take place. Positive inter-communal relationship will enhance willingness for the communities to give out their sons and daughters to others from another tribe.

(v) Promotion of economic Progress:- A responsible and positive inter-communal relationship will enhance peaceful atmosphere and strategies for each other or each other business like inter marketing strategies etc.

No (4a)

(i) Right to life

(ii) Right to personal liberty

(iii) Right to fair hearing

(4b)

(i)contesting election:a citizen has the right to contest for any political offices any time he wishes to do so

(ii)voting in election: citizens have the right to cast their votes for the candidate of their choice without interference from any body

(iii)Belonging to a political party: it痴 the political right of a citizen to belong to any political parties of his choices.

No (6a)

Popular participation: this can be defined as the process where by individuals get themselves involves in the political activities and in the decision making of their country.

(6b)

(i) good governance: when the govt in power provide good governance to the citizens , it will enable the citizens to be interested in participating in their political system

(ii) Free and fair election: if there is free and fair election that devoid of harassment and intimidation of voters , it will encourage the citizens to be interest in the political system of their country

(iii) Rule of law: supremacy of the constitution that will guarantee level playing ground for both the voters and candidates may encourage citizens to take in their political system

(iv)Failure of the past govt: people may want to participate in govt because past govt failed the people in the areas of provision of amenities, so citizens may be encouraged to come out and vote bad govt out of office

No (7a)

(i) Speed limit

(ii) No overtaking

(iii) Packing hall

(7b)

(i) Over speeding: At high speed the vehicle needs greater distance to stop i.e. braking distance. The ability to judge the forthcoming events also gets reduced while driving at faster speed which causes error in judgment and finally a crash.

(ii) Bad roads: The failure of successive government in Nigeria to fix the death traps called roads in Nigeria has no doubt caused so much pain to temporary and frequent roads user痴

(iii) Poor vehicle maintenance: Most of the vehicles are in bad shape and as a result of the bad maintenance cause so many accident in Nigeria.

(iv) Drunken driving: Consumption of alcohol decreases reaction time of a human body. Limbs take more to react to the instructions of brain. It hampers vision due to dizziness. It also dampens fear and incite humans to take risks. All these factors while driving causes accidents.

(v) Distraction to Driver:

Though distraction while driving could be minor but it can cause major accidents. Distractions could be outside or inside the vehicle. The major distraction nowadays is talking on mobile phone while driving.

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Ask For Help and Get Answers / Neco human geography 2020/2021
« on: November 24, 2020, 12:01:39 pm »
 
Tuesday 24th November, 2020
Paper II: Essay Human and Regional Geography 10:00am 12:00noon
 
2020 NECO HUMAN & REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (GEOGRAPHY II) ESSAY / THEORY ANSWERS:
SECTION A
(Answer ANY TWO Questions)

(1a)
Optimum population can be defined as the number of people that can be supported by the available resources in an area, so as to achieve the highest possible standard of living.


(1bi)
Over population: Over population is defined as a situation whereby the population is considered too large for the available resources, for people to enjoy the highest possible standard of living. In other worlds, over population refers to a situation where the population exceeds the available resources. Over population provides large labour force for industries. It is also a source of large market for the goods produced by the industries.

(1bii)
Mortality rate: Mortality rate is also known as Death rate. It refers to the rate at which people (both adult and children) die in a country. Generally, high death rate leads to population decrease or low population while low death rate leads to increase in population. When medical services are poor, mortality rate tends to increase. High rate of infant mortality leads to decrease in population.

(1biii)
Birth rate: Birth rate is also known as Natality rate. It refers to the rate at which children are being given birth to in that country. Generally, high birth rate may lead to increase in population or over population while low birth rate can lead to low population. As a results of improved medical services, death rate has reduced while birth rate has improved. Improved standard of living encourages men to marry more wives, thereby increasing birth rate.

(1biv)
Population density: Population density is defined as the number of persons per unit area of land or per square kilometre of land. Population density of a country can be expressed Mathematically as
Population density=Total population /land Area
(ii) Total population = population density ラ land area
(iii) Land area= Total population / population density.


(1c)
(PROBLEM)
(i) Unemployment
(ii) Increase in crime rate and social vices like prostitution, kidnapping, robbery
(iii) Traffic congestion in terms of pollution

(SOLUTIONS)
(i) Creation of more industries and empowerment skills acquisition programme
(ii) Creation of more adequate trained security personnel and relates with technology in terms of CCTV cameras installments in all areas of the city to know everything that is going on 24/7
(iii) Expansion of roads and creation or constructing of new roads to make free and easy flow of motorist
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(2a)
(i) Export and Import of goods: Goods produced in Nigeria are exported to other countries through seaports. Also goods purchased from other countries are also brought into the country through the seaports thereby promoting international trade.
(ii) Raw materials for industries: Through seaports, raw materials are imported for industries eg Iron ore from Liberia for iron and steel complex in Adaokuta.
(iii) Employment opportunities and fishing: Seaports provides jobs for many people through various activities within the Port eg clearing agents, exporters and importers. The development of seaports further promotes intensive fishing around the port which also help to reduce unemployment
(iv) Revenue to government and tourism centre: Tariffs and demurrage from imported goods safe source of revenue to the government. Seaports is also centre's of tourist attraction.

(2b)
(i) Problem of caused by water weeds such as water hyacinths.
(ii) Problems of smugglers
(iii) Inadequate port facilities
(iv) Problem of port congestion

(2c)
(i) Security personnel should be trained and equipped to check the activities of smugglers
(ii) Permanent solution should be made known ọ check the growth of water hyacinths and its attendant problems.
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(3a)
(i) Traffic congestions: Cluster of industries leads to congestions in traffic. Increased congestion can affect business productivity by increasing operating costs and reducing the size of market areas served from any given business location.
(ii) Shortage of social amenities: Concentration of industries pave way for shortage of social amenities as a result of competition.
(iii) Environmental pollution: It causes environmental pollution due to the presence of so many industries. Heavy industry emits many potentially hazardous pollutants into the air which can affect health. A situation whereby lots of heavy industries clusters at an area, it is likely that the health of people around that area would be greatly disturbed.
(iv) Uneven development: The presence of many industries in a particular place causes uneven development, Having industries centered in one particular area will make it difficult for areas where industries are not found to develop. It will lead to a one-sided development.

(3b)
(Choose Any four)
(i) To discourage rural urban migration
(ii) Provision of employment to skilled and unskilled labour
(iii) Increased production of goods
(iv) Increased earning for rural people
(v) Development of rural areas.
(vi) It also encourages urban rural migration

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SECTION B
(Answer ANY TWO Questions)

(4a)
DIAGRAM

(4b)
(i) Soil erosion: The exploitation of vegetation resources such as timbers leads to soil erosion which affects agricultural development.
(ii) Soil leaching: Due to depletion of vegetation cover, the soil available for production is now exposed to heavy leaching of the soil nutrients.
(iii) Flooding: Continuous removal of vegetation can expose the soil to flooding which makes the soil unfit for agriculture

(4c)
[Choose ANY FIVE]
(i) Mahogamy
(ii) White mangrove
(iii) Red mangrove
(iv) Iroko
(v) Obeche
(vi) Date palm
(vii) Rubber tree
(viii) Oil palm tree
(ix) Cocoa tree


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(5a)
(i) H.E.P. (Hydro Electric Power): This is the generation of electricity from water. This is achieved through damming of rivers and the use of river water to turn or drive turbines. Example of H.E.P generation in Nigeria is kainji dam on river Niger Nigeria

(ii) Coal: A coal fired power station or coal plant is a thermal power station which burns coal to generate electricity, Example can be found in kogi and Enugu State with a capacity of 2000MW with 1000mw in each.

(iii) Gas fired power plant: A gas fired plant is a thermal power station which burns natural gas to generate electricity. Example can be located in Calabar with 561MW, Egbema power plant in Imo state with 338MW and Egbin thermal power station location in Egbin with 1320MW

(5b)
(i) Inadequate capital to construct and maintain power generation: Due to lack of funding by the federal government to power supply generation it affect the static power supply and makes the power supply in Nigeria to be floating

(ii) Low level of technology: Low level of technology affect power generation in Nigeria due to low level and we are still following manual method that makes it difficult to have static power supply especially in Gaseoline and coal power generation

(iii) Seasonal floating of river: The volume of river water increases during drying season and reduces during drying season makes power generation to be floating in Nigeria

(5c)
(i) Proper funding to the generation of power supply in Nigeria by adding good amount of money during budgeting.
(ii) Government should train his personnel on technology know-how in order to provide adequate and proper skilled labour that can handle and execute power generation in terms of technology.

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(6a)
(i) Increase in Gross National product (GNP): Industrial sector through its operation like payment of taxes, increases the earnings accruing to the nation

(ii) Infrastructural development: The establishment of an industry in a place stimulate the development of infrastructures like road, telephone, electricity and pipe borne water.

(iii) Diversification of the economy: The industrial sector helps in different countries to prevent over dependence on only one product like the present Nigeria's over dependence on crude oils


(6b)
(i) Poor management
(ii) Inadequate transport and communication facilities
(iii) shortage of raw materials
(iv) Inadequate power supply

(6c)
(i) Stable government and good government policies
(ii) Provision of transports and communications facilities
(iii) There should be exploitation of raw materials locally for industries
(iv) Establishment of more power plants such as Thermal or hydro electricity plants.

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Announcements | Suggestions | Complaints / Physics objective and easy neco
« on: November 23, 2020, 07:46:39 am »
Monday 23rd November, 2020
Paper III & II: Objective & Essay Physics
10:00am 1:00pm
 
A. 2020 NECO PHYSICS (OBJECTIVES) ANSWERS:
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B. 2020 NECO PHYSICS (ESSAY) ANSWERS:
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2. (a) Explain diffusion.
(b) Give one reason why the rate of diffusion is higher in gasses than in liquid at the same temperature.

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Ask For Help and Get Answers / Re: Neco biology 2020
« on: November 20, 2020, 01:49:15 pm »
You Are To Answer Three(3) Questions
Only. We Answered All 1,2,3,4,5.
Pls Pick Three(3)
====================================


(1a)
Make Sure Your Drawing is (8-10cm)


(1b)
(i) Predation: This is a relationship between two organism in which one feeds on the other organisms. The one feeding on the other is called the predator while the one they are feeding on is known as the prey. Eg: owls hunting mice.

(1bii)
(ii) Mutualism: This is the relationship between two organisms in which both benefits from the feeding eg association. Eg: Sea anemones and Clownfish

(1ci)
(i) Epigeal germination
(ii) Hypogea germination

(1cii)
(i) Amoeba
(ii) Paramecium
(iii) Euglena

(1ciii)
(i) Salting
(ii) Smoking
(iii) Freezing
=====================================

(2a)
Symptoms:
(i) High fever
(ii) Coughing
(iii) Sneezing
(iv) Headache and body pain

Prevention:
(i) Regular hand washing
(ii) Maintenance of social distance
(iii) Use of hand sanitizer with high alcoholic content
(iv) Avoidance of handshakes

(2aii)
(i) They have two seed leaves or cotyledon
(ii) Their floral parts are in four or fives
(iii) Their vascular bundles are in concentric circles
(iv) Their root develop from the radicle

(2b)
DIAGRAM:

(2bii)
(i) Possession of the leaves that helps in floatation
(ii) their stomata are located on the surface of the plant for easy gaseous exchange
(iii) Possession of little or no root system.
=====================================

(3ai)
Pathogen: This is defined as any organisms capable of causing diseases

(3aii)
Haemolysis: This can be defined as the breaking down of the red blood cells or corpuscle due to high passage of water into it

(3aiii)
Deforestation: This can be defined as the indiscriminate falling of forest trees

(3b)
(i) Quadrat
(ii) Sweep net
(iii) Pitfall trap
(iv) Light traps

(3c)
The pinna collects sounds waves in air and pass them through external auditory canal. The waves cause the vibration of the tympanic membrane which passed on to the ear Ossicles that amplify them. The round oval window vibrates and passes the waves into the cavity of the inner ear or cochlea where the perilymph and endolymph vibrate the sensory nerve cells vibrate and stimulate the auditory nerve cells which then transmit the impulses to the brain for interpretation.

(3di)
Calyx: It protects the flower which is in the bud

(3dii)
Corolla: it attracts pollinators.
=====================================


(4a)
DIAGRAM (8-10cm Long)


(4bi)
Mitochondrion: It produces energy in the cell

(4bii)
Ribosome: It brings about protein synthesis in the cell

(4biii)
(i) They are proteinous in nature
(ii) It alters the rate of chemical reaction
(iii) They remain chemically unchanged
(iv) They are specific in function

(4biv)
(i) They have light weight
(ii) They have hairy structures
(iii) They are small in size
(iv) Possession of parachute
=====================================


(5a)
DIAGRAM:

[Tabulate it if you can't draw]

F1 generation
|x|W|W|
|w|Ww|Ww|
|w|Ww|Ww|

F2 generation
|x|W|w|
|W|Ww|Ww|
|w|Ww|ww|

(5b)
(i) Planting cover crops
(ii) Construction of good drainage system
(iii) Avoid dumping refuse into the drainage system
(iv) Strict laws in the disposal of refuse

(5c)
Fertilization in flowing plants leads to the production of seeds which are capable of germinating into new plant. In this case the pollen grains (male reproductive gamete) is transferred onto the stigma where it is passed into

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Ask For Help and Get Answers / Re: Neco biology 2020
« on: November 20, 2020, 01:48:35 pm »
You Are To Answer Three(3) Questions
Only. We Answered All 1,2,3,4,5.
Pls Pick Three(3)
====================================


(1a)
Make Sure Your Drawing is (8-10cm)


(1b)
(i) Predation: This is a relationship between two organism in which one feeds on the other organisms. The one feeding on the other is called the predator while the one they are feeding on is known as the prey. Eg: owls hunting mice.

(1bii)
(ii) Mutualism: This is the relationship between two organisms in which both benefits from the feeding eg association. Eg: Sea anemones and Clownfish

(1ci)
(i) Epigeal germination
(ii) Hypogea germination

(1cii)
(i) Amoeba
(ii) Paramecium
(iii) Euglena

(1ciii)
(i) Salting
(ii) Smoking
(iii) Freezing
=====================================

(2a)
Symptoms:
(i) High fever
(ii) Coughing
(iii) Sneezing
(iv) Headache and body pain

Prevention:
(i) Regular hand washing
(ii) Maintenance of social distance
(iii) Use of hand sanitizer with high alcoholic content
(iv) Avoidance of handshakes

(2aii)
(i) They have two seed leaves or cotyledon
(ii) Their floral parts are in four or fives
(iii) Their vascular bundles are in concentric circles
(iv) Their root develop from the radicle

(2b)
DIAGRAM:

(2bii)
(i) Possession of the leaves that helps in floatation
(ii) their stomata are located on the surface of the plant for easy gaseous exchange
(iii) Possession of little or no root system.
=====================================

(3ai)
Pathogen: This is defined as any organisms capable of causing diseases

(3aii)
Haemolysis: This can be defined as the breaking down of the red blood cells or corpuscle due to high passage of water into it

(3aiii)
Deforestation: This can be defined as the indiscriminate falling of forest trees

(3b)
(i) Quadrat
(ii) Sweep net
(iii) Pitfall trap
(iv) Light traps

(3c)
The pinna collects sounds waves in air and pass them through external auditory canal. The waves cause the vibration of the tympanic membrane which passed on to the ear Ossicles that amplify them. The round oval window vibrates and passes the waves into the cavity of the inner ear or cochlea where the perilymph and endolymph vibrate the sensory nerve cells vibrate and stimulate the auditory nerve cells which then transmit the impulses to the brain for interpretation.

(3di)
Calyx: It protects the flower which is in the bud

(3dii)
Corolla: it attracts pollinators.
=====================================


(4a)
DIAGRAM (8-10cm Long)


(4bi)
Mitochondrion: It produces energy in the cell

(4bii)
Ribosome: It brings about protein synthesis in the cell

(4biii)
(i) They are proteinous in nature
(ii) It alters the rate of chemical reaction
(iii) They remain chemically unchanged
(iv) They are specific in function

(4biv)
(i) They have light weight
(ii) They have hairy structures
(iii) They are small in size
(iv) Possession of parachute
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(5a)
DIAGRAM:

[Tabulate it if you can't draw]

F1 generation
|x|W|W|
|w|Ww|Ww|
|w|Ww|Ww|

F2 generation
|x|W|w|
|W|Ww|Ww|
|w|Ww|ww|

(5b)
(i) Planting cover crops
(ii) Construction of good drainage system
(iii) Avoid dumping refuse into the drainage system
(iv) Strict laws in the disposal of refuse

(5c)
Fertilization in flowing plants leads to the production of seeds which are capable of germinating into new plant. In this case the pollen grains (male reproductive gamete) is transferred onto the stigma where it is passed into

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Ask For Help and Get Answers / Re: Neco biology 2020
« on: November 20, 2020, 01:39:15 pm »
2020 NECO BIOLOGY (OBJECTIVES) ANSWERS:
1-10: ECDADACEAD
11-20: CAACCDDEDC
21-30: CCCAAEEDED
31-40: BBCEDACEEA
41-50: DDDCDCADAE
51-60: DCCEAADADB

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Ask For Help and Get Answers / Neco biology 2020
« on: November 20, 2020, 01:36:08 pm »
========================
You Are To Answer Three(3) Questions
Only. We Answered All 1,2,3,4,5.
Pls Pick Three(3)
====================================


(1a)
Make Sure Your Drawing is (8-10cm)


(1b)
(i) Predation: This is a relationship between two organism in which one feeds on the other organisms. The one feeding on the other is called the predator while the one they are feeding on is known as the prey. Eg: owls hunting mice.

(1bii)
(ii) Mutualism: This is the relationship between two organisms in which both benefits from the feeding eg association. Eg: Sea anemones and Clownfish

(1ci)
(i) Epigeal germination
(ii) Hypogea germination

(1cii)
(i) Amoeba
(ii) Paramecium
(iii) Euglena

(1ciii)
(i) Salting
(ii) Smoking
(iii) Freezing
=====================================

(2a)
Symptoms:
(i) High fever
(ii) Coughing
(iii) Sneezing
(iv) Headache and body pain

Prevention:
(i) Regular hand washing
(ii) Maintenance of social distance
(iii) Use of hand sanitizer with high alcoholic content
(iv) Avoidance of handshakes

(2aii)
(i) They have two seed leaves or cotyledon
(ii) Their floral parts are in four or fives
(iii) Their vascular bundles are in concentric circles
(iv) Their root develop from the radicle

(2b)
DIAGRAM:

(2bii)
(i) Possession of the leaves that helps in floatation
(ii) their stomata are located on the surface of the plant for easy gaseous exchange
(iii) Possession of little or no root system.
=====================================

(3ai)
Pathogen: This is defined as any organisms capable of causing diseases

(3aii)
Haemolysis: This can be defined as the breaking down of the red blood cells or corpuscle due to high passage of water into it

(3aiii)
Deforestation: This can be defined as the indiscriminate falling of forest trees

(3b)
(i) Quadrat
(ii) Sweep net
(iii) Pitfall trap
(iv) Light traps

(3c)
The pinna collects sounds waves in air and pass them through external auditory canal. The waves cause the vibration of the tympanic membrane which passed on to the ear Ossicles that amplify them. The round oval window vibrates and passes the waves into the cavity of the inner ear or cochlea where the perilymph and endolymph vibrate the sensory nerve cells vibrate and stimulate the auditory nerve cells which then transmit the impulses to the brain for interpretation.

(3di)
Calyx: It protects the flower which is in the bud

(3dii)
Corolla: it attracts pollinators.
=====================================


(4a)
DIAGRAM (8-10cm Long)


(4bi)
Mitochondrion: It produces energy in the cell

(4bii)
Ribosome: It brings about protein synthesis in the cell

(4biii)
(i) They are proteinous in nature
(ii) It alters the rate of chemical reaction
(iii) They remain chemically unchanged
(iv) They are specific in function

(4biv)
(i) They have light weight
(ii) They have hairy structures
(iii) They are small in size
(iv) Possession of parachute
=====================================


(5a)
DIAGRAM:

[Tabulate it if you can't draw]

F1 generation
|x|W|W|
|w|Ww|Ww|
|w|Ww|Ww|

F2 generation
|x|W|w|
|W|Ww|Ww|
|w|Ww|ww|

(5b)
(i) Planting cover crops
(ii) Construction of good drainage system
(iii) Avoid dumping refuse into the drainage system
(iv) Strict laws in the disposal of refuse

(5c)
Fertilization in flowing plants leads to the production of seeds which are capable of germinating into new plant. In this case the pollen grains (male reproductive gamete) is transferred onto the stigma where it is passed into the ovary for pollination to take place and then to the ovule leading to the formation of seed.

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« on: November 19, 2020, 05:30:38 pm »
Which decoder?

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1a)
i)Time lag between writing a cheque and the payment appearing on the bank statement (unpresented cheques)

ii)Time lag between depositing amounts into the bank account and these appearing on the bank statement (unrecorded lodgements)

iii)Direct debits and standing orders are not yet recorded in the cash account (or cash book)

iv)Bank charges not recorded in the cash account (or cash book)

v)Errors, such as transposition errors, or casting errors in the cash account (or cash book)

vi)Errors made by the bank on the bank statement

1b) *loading*





*Choose only 5*

1c)
i)suppliers
ii)banks
iii)customers iv)investors v)potential vi)investors
vii)tax authorities.



===========================
(2a)
(i)Enable Average Balance Processing for
Specified Sets of Books.
(ii)Capture Average Balances.
(iii)Effective-Date Transaction Processing.
(iv)Transaction Calendar Control.
(v)Control Transaction Balancing by Effective
Date.

(2b)
(i)Marketing expenses
(ii)Discounts on the issue
of shares

(2c)
(i)Opening stock.
(ii)Purchase and purchase return.
(iii)Purchase related expenses.
(iv)Factory or manufacturing expenses.
(v)Sales and sales return

(2d)
(i)Active/Managing Partner .
(ii)Sleeping Partner .

(i)Active/Managing Partner: An active partner mainly takes part in the day-to-day running of the business and also takes active participation in the conduct and management of the business firm.

(ii)sleeping partner; is also known as a 電ormant partner. This partner does not participate in the day-to-day functioning activities of the partnership firm. A person who has sufficient money or interest in the firm, but cannot devote his time to the business, can act as a sleeping partner in the firm.
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(3i)
Returns inwards; this are goods returned to the selling entity by the customer, such as for warranty claims or outright returns of goods for a credit. For the customer, this results in the following accounting transaction. A debit (reduction) of accounts payable.

(3ii)
Returns outwards; this are goods returned by the customer to the supplier. For the supplier, this results in the following accounting transaction. A debit (reduction) in revenue in the amount credited back to the customer.

(3iii)
prospectus; in finance is a disclosure document that describes a financial security for potential buyers. It commonly provides investors with material information about mutual funds , stocks, bonds and other investments, such as a description of the company's business, financial statements , biographies of officers and directors, detailed information about their compensation, any litigation that is taking place, a list of material properties and any other material information.

(3iv)
Prepayments; this are amounts paid for by a business in advance of the goods or services being received later on. Any payment made in advance can be considered a prepayment. A prepayment is not dissimilar to a deposit, but generally falls under a more set time period for fulfillment of the goods or service purchased.

(3v)
Cost of goods sold is the carrying value of goods sold during a particular period. Costs are associated with particular goods using one of the several formulas, including specific identification, first-in first-out, or average cost.

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(4)
A joint venture (JV) is a business arrangement in which two or more parties agree to pool their resources for the purpose of accomplishing a specific task.

(4b)
-[Pick any five]
(i) Accruals concept
(ii) Conservatism concept.
(iii) Consistency concept.
(iv) Economic entity concept.
(v)Going concern concept.
(vi)Matching concept.
(vii)Materiality concept.

(4c)
-[pick any five]
(a) Individual result of each department can be known which helps to compare the performances among all the departments, i.e., the trading results can be compared.

(b) Departmental accounts help to understand or locate the success, failure, rates of profit, etc.

(c) It helps the management to make proper plan of action, policies in order to increase profit after analysing the results of operation of various departments.

(d) Departmental accounting helps us to understand which department should be expanded further or which one should be closed down as per the results of the operation.

(e) If also helps to encourage a healthy competitive spirit among the various departments which, ultimately, helps to increase profits of the firm as a whole.

(f) For additions or alterations of various departments, departmental accounts helps a lot as it supplies the necessary information.

(g) As detailed information about the firm is available from departmental accounting the users of accounting information, particularly, the auditors and investors

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Wednesday 18th November, 2020
Paper III & II: Objective, Theory & Practice Financial Accounting 2:00pm 5:50pm
 
A. 2020 NECO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING (OBJECTIVES) ANSWERS:
1-10: EBBDEADBDC
 
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(3i)
Returns inward: These are goods returned to the selling entity by the customer, such as for warranty claims or outright returns of goods for a credit. For the customer, this results in the following accounting transaction. A debit (reduction) of accounts payable.

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Today痴 NECO Chem OBJ Answers

1-10: BBDDADEBCA

11-12: BDEABDBCEE

21-30: DEEECCCCEC

31-40: ABDAADCAAB

41-50: EDEDAEADDD

51-60: DBEBABBADA

Today痴 Chemistry Essay Answers:

(1ai)
(i)graphite
(ii)diamond

(1aii)
(i)animal charcoal
(ii)carbon black

(1aiii)
(i)The property of elements are a periodic function of their atomic number
(ii)Elements are arranged in the periodic table according to the order of increasing in their atomic weight.

(1bi)
Periodicity can be defined as the trend or recurring variation in element properties with increasing atomic number.

(1bii)
using; mole = no; of atoms/avogadro痴 constant
0.5=no; of atoms/6.023*10イウ
no; of atoms = 0.5*6.02*10イウ=3.012*10イウatom

1ci)
Faraday痴 first law of electrolysis state that the chemical deposition due to the flow of current through an electrolyte is directly proportional to the quantity of electricity (coulombs) passed through it.

(1cii)
2Oイ^- + 9^e >2Oイ
no; of electron = 4
Q=20300C
G.M.V =22.4dmウ.
F=96500C
Mole=Q/n,f
Mole=20300/4*96500
Mole=20300/386000
Mole=0.05mol
Recall; =vol/G.M.V
0.05=vol/22.4
vol=0.05*22.4
vol=1.12dmウ

(1di)
Using HイSO⁴
H+ SO⁴^-ケ
H+ OH^-
A+ Anode
OH -> OH + e^-
2OH+(aq)+2OH(aq)->2HイO(s)+Oイ(aq)

(1dii)
Tabulate
-Electrolyte- (I)teraoxosulphate(iv)acid
(II)Ester

-non electrolyte-
(III)phenol

(1ei)
(i)mercury

(1eii)
(I)no; of electron in Y =16
(II)no; of mass number =16+18=34
(III)sulphur

(2ai)
basicity can be defined as the number of replaceable hydrogen ion in an acid

(2aii)
(I) > 3
(II) > 1
(III) > 2

(2bi)
(i)Concentration
(ii)Temperature
(iii)Pressure

(2bii)
(i)Light
(ii)Temperature
(iii)Nature of reactant

(2ci)
Tabulate
S/N; (I), (II)

Indicator; methyl orange, phenolphthalein

Colour in acid; red, colourless

Colour at end point; orange colourless

Colour in base; yellow, pink

Suitable for; strong acid and weak base, weak acid and strong base

(2cii)
(i)Nitrogen > 1sイ,2sイ,2pウ
(ii)Fluorine > 1sイ,2sイ,2p⁵
(iii)Aluminum > 1sケ,2sイ,2p⁶,3sイ,3pケ

(2di)
(I)Hydrogen gas is liberated
(II)The purple colour turns colourless
(III)It leads to the deposit of black residue of carbon

(2dii)
(i)It serve as immediate source of energy
(ii)it is used in the manufacture of sweets.

(4ai)
(I)Burning requires heating while corrosion does not
(II)Boiling occurs at a certain temperature while evaporation occurs at all temperature

(4b)
A concentration solution can be defined as a solution formed when a large quantity of a substance dissolves in a little volume of water

(4bii)
(i)position of ion in electrochemical series
(ii)concentration ion
(iii)nature of electrodes

(4ci)
Alイ(SO⁴)ウ=(27*2)+(32*3)+(16*12) =54+96+192=342glmol

(4cii)
Aluminum teraoxosulphate (iv)

(4ciii)
(i)Propane 1,2,3,- triol
(ii)Potassium salt

(4di)
Tabulate.
-Soaples detergent-
(i)it does not form scum in hard water
(ii)they are non-biodegradale

-Soapy detergent-
(i)It firm scum in hard water
(ii)They are biodegradable

(4dii)
(i)RCOOH
(ii)ROH

(4diii)
V1=300cmウ.
P1=760mmHg
P2=800mmHg,
V2=?
Using; V1*P1 =V2*P2
300*700=V2*300
V2=300*760/800
V2=228000/800
V2=285cmウ

(4div)
Its change is +3

(4dv)
Alウ^+ (Aluminum ion)

(5ai)
Coal and coke

(5aii)
(I)acidic NOイ nitrogen (iv) oxide
(II)neutral NO nitrogen (ii) oxide

(5aiii)
HCOOH. HイSO⁴/HイO CO(g)

46g of HCOOH = 22.4dmウ of CO
600g of HCOOH = X
X= 600*22.4/46=2.92dmウ of CO(s) is produced.

(5bi)
(i)To standardize a solution of an acid or base
(ii)To determine the percentage purity and impurity of an acid of a base

(5bii)
(I)density
(II)solubility

(5ci)
FeClイ(s) + 2NaOH(aq) -> 2NaClイ(aq) + Fe(OH)イ(s)
The main product is sodium chloride and iron (II) hydroxide

(5cii)
(I)FeClイ
(II)iron (ii) chloride

(5di)
(I)it is slightly denser than air
(II)it is slightly soluble in water

(5dii)
Because on exposure to air of rust due to the formation of hydrated iron (iii) oxide. In other words rusting it changes to reddish brown f

BMS, [18.11.20 07:04]
[Forwarded from Horlajoy]
laky powder is formed with new properties and irrversable permanent change.
Fe(s) + 3Oウ(g)+ XHイO(s) > 2FeイOウ XHイO(s)

(5diii)
Mas of dry hydrogen =35g
Mass of dry hydrogen + oxygen vapour of a compound= 440g
Mass of organic vapour of the compound = 440g-35g=405g
V.D of the vapour =mass of vapour/mass of equal volume of Hイ
405/35 =11.51 ≅ 11.6
V.D = 11.6
R.m.m of the vapour =V.D *2
11.6*2=23.2

(6ai)
(I)Efflorescence
(II)Isotope
(III)Isomerism

(6aii)
Kipps apparatus

(6aiii)
(i)Temperature
(ii)Enthalpy change value

(6bi)
Polymerisation can be defined as the arrangement of smaller nuclei to form a large nuclei

(6bii)
(i)Addition polymerisation
(ii)Condensation Polymerisation

(6biii)
OH^- =4.583r10^⁵
Since [H^+] [OH]= 10^-ケ⁴
[H^+] [4.583*10^-⁵]=10^-ケ⁴
[H^+]=1*10^-ケ⁴/4.583*10^-⁵
[H^+]=0.22*10^-⁹
[H^+]=2.2*10^-ケ⁰moldmウ
Since; PH= logH^+
PH= logケ⁰ 2.2*10^-ケ⁰
PH=0.34+10
PH=10.34

(6ci)
(I) -> carbohydrate
(II) -> R-OH and R-CHO

(6cii)
(I)Brass composition; copper and zinc

-uses of brass-
(i)it is use in making hammers
(ii)it is used in application where low corrosion resistance is required.

(II)steel composition; iron and carbon

-Uses of steel-
(i)it is used on roofs
(ii)it is used as cladding for exterior walls

(6ciii)
(i)Fermentation
(ii)Preparation from ethene

(6iv)
This is because there are on molecules in that can accept protons

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Wednesaday 18th November, 2020
Paper III & II: Objective & Essay Chemistry
10:00am 1:00pm
 
A. 2020 NECO CHEMISTRY (OBJECTIVES) ANSWERS:
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(1a)
(i)Diamond
(ii)Graphite

(1aii)
(i)Coal
(ii)Coke

(1aiii)
(i)Elements with similar properties recur at regular intervals or periods
(ii)The properties of the elements are a periodic function of their atomic numbers
 

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EarlyFace Examination Center (EEC) / Re: Neco marketing Andrew
« on: November 16, 2020, 03:17:45 pm »
 
A. 2020 NECO MARKETING (OBJECTIVES) ANSWERS:
1-10: DBCCAEDADB
11-20: EABDDDDEAE
21-30: BAEDDBECBA
31-40: ECAAACECEE
41-50: ABBECEDDDE
51-60: CBEDDADDAA
 

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EarlyFace Examination Center (EEC) / Neco marketing Andrew
« on: November 16, 2020, 03:16:16 pm »
(2a)
Marketing can be defined as the performance of business activities that direct the flow of goods and services from the producer to the consumer or users in order to satisfy consumers and accomplish the company's objectives.


(2b)
(i) Consumer market: This consists of the Purchasers in the household who intend to consume or benefit from the purchased products and who do not buy the products for the main purpose of making profit.

(ii) Industrial market: This consists of individuals, groups or organizations that purchase a specific kind of product for direct use in producing other products or day to day operation.

(iii) Producer market: This consists of individuals or businesses that purchase products for the purpose of making profit by using them to produce other products. It can also be refer as businesses that make or create goods and services.

(iv) Government market: This consists of government units at federal, state and local levels. Agencies at all levels purchase goods and services used in performing critical government functions. Government are huge customers of all kinds of products.

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(4a)
Promotion is an element of marketing mix that consists of all communications efforts aimed at generating sales and building a favorable attitude for an organization and it's goods or services. It also refer as a process of informing customers of new product features and persuading them to buy the product.

(4b)
(i) Personal selling
(ii) Public relations
(iii) Advertising
(iv) sales promotion

(i) Personal selling: Personal selling involves the direct personal contact of sellers with the potential buyers with view of making a sale. It can also be referred to as the face to face meeting of the sale men with the potential buyers in their houses, offices or market, e.g door to door selling.

(ii) Public relations: Public relations is another important aspect of promotion. This is a deliberate but sustained effort by a firm to establish a good image for the organization in the eye of its numerous public and by so doing create goodwill and favorable trading(business) environment for the company and its products or services.

(iii) Advertising: Advertising can be defined as any paid form of non personal communication which is directed to the consumers or target audience through various media in order to present and promote products, services and ideas. Advertising informs, educates and persuade people to buy the advertised goods and serves.

(iv) sales promotion: Sales promotion can be defined as any activity that is used to stimulate sales of a product. It is a special promotion technique designed to exchange brand patronage. Sales promotion may be directed at consumers in the form of consumer promotion or to middlemen as trade promotion. It usually lasts for a period of time.

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(7a)
Consumer behavior is the study of individuals, groups or organizations and the processes they use to select, secure, use and dispose of products, services, experience or ideas to satisfy needs and the impacts that these processes have on the consumer and society.


(7b)
(i) Problem recognition
(ii) Information search
(iii) Purchase decision
(iv) Evaluation of Alternative

(i) Problem recognition: This can also be called awareness of need. Need is the most important factor which leads to buying of products and services. Need in fact, is the catalyst which triggers the buying decision of individual. The marketer must recognize the needs of the consumer as well as how these needs can be satisfied

(ii) Information search: In consumer buying decision process, information search comes second. In this stage, consumer searches the information about the product either from family, friends neighborhood, advertisements, whole seller, retailers, dealers or by examining or using the product. A successful information search leaves a buyer with possible alternatives.

(iii) Purchase decision: The purchase of a product or service is the fourth step in the consumer buying process. At this point, the consumer has considered all the factors relating to the product, and has shopped around for the best deal or option. Consumer have typically made up their minds about what they want to spend and where to spend it.

(iv) Evaluation of Alternative : This is where consumer start cutting down the possible options by comparing it with their criteria and what they want from the product /service. They evaluate the various alternatives available in the market. An individual after gathering relevant information tries to choose the best option available as per his need, taste and pocket.

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(8a)
(i) Achieving a Target Return on Investments
(ii) Price Stability
(iii) Achieving Market Share
(iv) Prevention of Competition

(8b)
(i) Ability to pay
(ii) Competition
(iii) Profit maximization
(iv) Cost of Production

(i) Ability to pay : This is one of the basic factor that determine the price of a product. This is the ability of a consumer to pay for a particular product or service. It is an important factor that organization must put into consideration before setting the price of a product or services.

(ii) Competition: If there is a strong competition in a market, a consumer are faced with a wide choice of who to buy from. They may buy the cheapest provider or perhaps from the one which offers the best customer service. But customer will certainly be mindful of what is a reasonable or normal price in the market

(iii) Profit maximization: Maximising profits is said to be the objective of all firms. Managing of an organization should also not forget that they need to make profit from selling a product which is the main reason why the organization is set up

(iv) Cost of Production: Cost of production is the main component of price. No company can sell its product or services at less than the cost of production. Thus, before price fixation, it is necessary to compile data relating to the cost of production and keep that in mind.

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(9a)
In marketing, Transportation has to do with the movement of products from a source such as a plant, factory or workshop to a destination such as a warehouse, customer, or retails shore. Transportation helps in conveying raw materials from one place to another. Raw materials are generated at one place before they are transported to another place where they are processed or used to manufacture goods. Transportation also helps in mass production by distributing finished goods to various destinations.

(9b)
(ADVANTAGES)
(i) Low maintenance cost: The cost of maintaining motor vehicle is low compared to ships or aeroplane
(ii) Flexible :There is high degree of flexibility since there is no fixed time schedule

(DISADVANTAGES)
(i) Slow on long distance :it is slow when long distance is involved
(ii) Prone to accident:Road transport is too prone to accident than other means of transportation.


(9c)
(i) Nature of goods
(ii) Cost of transport
(iii) Type of Transportation available in the area:

(i) nature of goods: The nature of the goods to be transported will determine the means of transportation to be used. Perishable and fragile goods for example, are better handled by fast means of transportation like aircraft while bulky goods are better handled by ship or rail

(ii) Cost of transport: The overall cost of transport does determine the choice of means of transportation of goods. Air transport is costly while rail is cheap over a long distance and this will determine the choice of either of the two to use.

(iii) Type of Transportation available in the area: The choice of transport can also be determined by the type of transportation available in the area. In the riverine area eg Niger Delta in Nigeria, the best means of transportation is through water

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SWER ROOM
 
Monday 16th November, 2020
Paper III & II: Objective & Essay Marketing 2:00pm 4:40pm
 
A. 2020 NECO MARKETING (OBJECTIVES) ANSWERS:
1-10: DBCCAEDADB
11-20: EABDDDDEAE
21-30: BAEDDBECBA
31-40: ECAAACECEE
41-50: ABBECEDDDE
51-60: CBEDDADDAA
 
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B. 2020 NECO MARKETING (THEORY) ANSWERS:
(2a)
Marketing can be defined as the performance of business activities that direct the flow of goods and services from the producer to the consumer or users in order to satisfy consumers and accomplish the company's objectives.
 

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2a)
Marketing can be defined as the performance of business activities that direct the flow of goods and services from the producer to the consumer or users in order to satisfy consumers and accomplish the company's objectives.

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