Victor Titus

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Scalars and Vectors | Vectors and Scalars

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Question 5727 | Biology Past Questions

Anabolism centers around growth and building the organization of molecules. In this process, small, simple molecules are built up into larger, more complex ones while Catabolism is what happens when you digest food and the molecules break down in the body for use as energy.


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Question 5725 | Biology Past Questions

Phytoplankton are microscopic marine organisms that sit at the bottom of the food chain, most phytoplankton are buoyant and float in the upper part of the ocean. However, they are not heterotrophic like the zooplanktons.

microbes are living organisms around us that we can't see with our naked eyes.

nektons are organisms that are able to swim and move independently of current.


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Question 5724 | Biology Past Questions

competition between species in a particular habitat is a biotic factor of ecological primary succession.


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Question 5723 | Biology Past Questions

A community is formed by populations of different species living together and interacting with each other. A community forms an ecosystem by its interaction with the abiotic environment.


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Question 5722 | Biology Past Questions

The ability of the eye to focus distant as well as nearby objects clearly on the retina of the eye is called accommodation. When our eyes see distant objects then the ciliary muscles relax and the focal length is maximum in this position.


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Question 5721 | Biology Past Questions

Coordination of voluntary movements. Most movements are composed of a number of different muscle groups acting together in a temporally coordinated fashion. One major function of the cerebellum is to coordinate the timing and force of these different muscle groups to produce fluid limb or body movements.


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Question 5720 | Biology Past Questions

Amphibians utilize gills for breathing early in life, and develop primitive lungs in their adult life; additionally, they are able to breathe through their skin.


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Question 5719 | Biology Past Questions

Nephridia remove metabolic wastes from an animal's body. Nephridia come in two basic categories: metanephridia and protonephridia.


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Question 5716 | Biology Past Questions

The waste products of a plant are carbon dioxide, water vapour and oxygen.


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Question 5715 | Biology Past Questions

Your body normally destroys old or faulty red blood cells in the spleen or other parts of your body through a process called hemolysis


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Question 5713 | Biology Past Questions

Common abiotic factors are atmosphere, chemical elements, sunlight/temperature, wind and water, all other options are instrument used to measure these apart from microscope which can be used to observe small objects, even cells.


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Question 5712 | Biology Past Questions

An ecosystem consists of all the biotic and abiotic factors that influence that community.


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Question 5711 | Biology Past Questions

The males display their beautiful fanned trains as part of their courtship behaviour to the Peahens.


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Question 5710 | Biology Past Questions

Butterflies are important pollinators to most agricultural crops.


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Question 5709 | Biology Past Questions

Villis are specialized for absorption in the small intestine as they have a thin wall, one cell thick, which enables a shorter diffusion path.


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Question 5708 | Biology Past Questions

External fertilization is a mode of reproduction in which a male organism's sperm fertilizes a female organism's egg outside of the female's body. Many fish, amphibians, and other sexual aquatic animals use external fertilization (the exceptions are aquatic mammals, sharks, and some other special types of fish).


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Question 5707 | Biology Past Questions

A ribosome is a cell organelle. It functions as a micro-machine for making proteins.


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Question 5706 | Biology Past Questions

Hyphae that have walls between the cells are called septate hyphae; hyphae that lack walls and cell membranes between the cells are called nonseptate or coenocytic hyphae)


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Question 5705 | Biology Past Questions

Commensalism is a type of symbiosis, specifically, a biological relationship in which one specie benefits from an interaction, while the host species is neither positively or negatively affected to any tangible degree.


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Question 5704 | Biology Past Questions

The living components of an ecosystem are called the biotic components, option A has all living components.


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Question 5703 | Biology Past Questions

Deamination is used to break down amino acids for energy, and occurs primarily in the liver.


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Question 5702 | Biology Past Questions

Insulin helps control blood glucose levels by signaling the liver and muscle and fat cells to take in glucose from the blood.


Victor provided a contribution 11 months ago

Question 3682 | Christian Religious Knowledge Past Questions

Priscilla and her husband Aquila met the apostle Paul when he came to Corinth in approximately 50 C.E. The three would prove to become steadfast friends, traveling companions, and ministry coworkers. When Paul met them, they were already followers of Jesus. They later traveled with Paul to Ephesus and remained there to support the young church. While in Ephesus, Priscilla and Aquila instructed the gifted preacher Apollos more accurately about the gospel, particularly about baptism (Acts 18:26).

Question 5296 | Biology Past Questions

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Question 4381 | Physics Past Questions

The ray enters the prism without deviation since it strikes side AB normally. It then makes an incidence angle of 45.0° with normal to side AC. The critical angle of the prism must be smaller than 45.0° if the ray is to be totally reflected at side AC and thus turned through 90°.


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Question 237 | Civic Education Past Questions

 Youth empowerment can help reduce the rate of poverty and criminal activities to a significant level. One of the keys to empowering theyouth is with skill development. Today, the youth is claiming his right to a decent living by willing to take risks, which helps in the development of leadership skills.


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Question 235 | Civic Education Past Questions

Political corruption is a persistent phenomenon in Nigeria. The rise of public administration and the discovery of oil and natural gas are two major events believed to have led to the sustained increase in the incidence of corrupt practices in the country. This corrupt practices is a major barrier to development as those in places of authority use governmental powers for illegitimate private gain. 


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Question 233 | Civic Education Past Questions

Civil society organizations engage in advocating the public's rights and wishes of the people, including but not limited to health, environment and economic rights. They fulfill important duties of checks and balances in democracies, they are able to influence the government and hold it accountable. The perform the function of educating the masses on political matters


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Question 232 | Civic Education Past Questions

Political participation is any activity that shapes, affects, or involves the politicalsphere. Political participation ranges from voting to attending a rally to committing an act of terrorism to sending a letter to a representative. The most important political participation is voting during elections


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Question 230 | Civic Education Past Questions

The rule of law is the principle that all people and institutions are subject to and accountable to law, that is fairly applied and enforced.


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Question 229 | Civic Education Past Questions

Social stigma is the disapproval of, or discrimination against, a person based on perceivable social characteristics that serve to distinguish them from other members of a society. people living with HIV/AIDS are most times stigmatized and this makes it difficult for them to relate freely with people in a social setting


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Question 228 | Civic Education Past Questions

The greed of some adult Nigerians to get rich quick, have pushed many into getting rich by all means possible. Be contented with what you have and always remember hardwork and deligence pays. 


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Question 223 | Civic Education Past Questions

One side-effect of political  apathy lack of participation of citizens in the political affairs of the country. This will lead to a low voter turnout on election day if voting is non-compulsory. 


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Question 222 | Civic Education Past Questions

Demcratic government is charaterized by a free , fair and credible elections which potrays the will of the people. 


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Question 221 | Civic Education Past Questions

Local government is the nearest government to the people established to achieve the triple objective of ensuring political participation; efficient services delivery; and resource (both human and material) mobilization with the overall goal of achieving improved standard and living conditions of the people at the grassroots. It brings government nearer to the people at the lowest level


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Question 220 | Civic Education Past Questions

HIV prevention might refer to practices done to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS. HIV prevention practices may be done by individuals to protect "their own health" and the health of those in their community, or may be instituted by governments or other organizations as "public health policies". These include avoiding casual sexual activities.


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Question 219 | Civic Education Past Questions

Dialogue the process of  taking part in a conversation or discussion to resolve a problem.


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Question 216 | Civic Education Past Questions

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a historic document that was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly at its 183rd session on 10 December 1948  that records the rights and freedoms of all human beings.