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Read the following questions and pick the best answer from the given alternative
1.) Which of the following is a synthetic drug ____
(a) Palm wine (b) Paracetamol (c) Kolanut (d) Bitter leaf

2.) The amount of water vapour in the atmosphere is called _____
(a) humidity (b) sunshine (c) temperature (d) cloud

3.) Solid can be prepared for planting by making all these except ____
(a) heaps (b) drainages (c) beds (d) ridges

4.) Solar system comprises the sun and ____ (a) clouds (b) planets (c) atmosphere (d) stars

5.) One of these is not the advantages of recycling waste
(a) it provides employment (b) it keeps the environment clean
(c) it serves as a means of generating revenue (d) It is a source of water supply

6.) Day and night are caused by the movement of the earth that is known as _____
(a) random (b) revolutional (c) rotational (d) rectangular

7.) The following are ways of controlling erosion except ___
(a) making garden beds (b) planting of cover crops (c) crop rotation (d) bush burning

8.) When caustic soda is mixed with oil, _____ is provided (a) soap (b) salt (c) sugar (d) rubber

9.) The transfer of pollen grains from the another to the stigma of a flower is known as ____
(a) pollination (b) fertilization (c) pollution (d) conduction

10.) The skull protects the _____ (a) heart (b) testicles (c) brain (d) lungs

11.) The bones of the chest are called ____ (a) femur (b) tibia (c) ribs (d) vertebrates

12.) The longest bone of the body is called__ (a) femur (b) cartilage (c) membrane (d) colar bone

13.) A muscular organ that pumps blood round the body is known as ____
(a) ventricle (b) cardiac (c) heart (d) humerus

14.) Which of these protects the human lungs and heart ____
(a) skull (b) rib cage (c) vertebrae (d) organ

15.) Which of these is not a cereal? _____ (a) Yam (b) rice (c) maize (d) millet

16.) Which of these is not refined from crude oil? ____
(a) Petrol (b) iron (c) kerosene (d) Vaseline

17.) Which is the last stop of the urinary track? _____ (a) ureter (b) urethra (c) kidney (d) liver

18.) Agency in charge of waste collection and disposal is _____

19.) During respiration, the exchange of gas takes place in the ____
(a) lung (b) liver (c) nose (d) mouth

20.) One of these is not a water project ____ (a) Dams (b) ports (c) river basin (d) rainfall

21.) How many chambers does the heart have ____ (a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4

22.) Which side of the heart is stronger with more muscle ____
(a) left side (b) right side (c) plasma (d) platelets

23.) Muscles are attached to the bones by means of _____
(a) tendon (b) cartilage (c) vessels (d) patella

24.) _______ provide support for our bodies and help form our shape
(a) Bones (b) blood (c) muscles (d) power

25.) These are properties of air except _____
(a) Air has weight (b) Air occupies space (c) Air has pressure (d) Air is liquid

26.) Which of the following is not a sexually transmitted disease? ____
(a) Gonorrhea (b) syphilis (c) Herpes (d) Malaria

27.) The following are the reasons for keeping pets are home except ____
(a) for protection (b) for giving signals (c) to produce good sounds (d) to fight the owners

28.) Unripe fruits usually appear in ____ colour (a) blue (b) yellow (c) brown (d) green

29.) Melting of ice-block and candle wax, evaporation of water are _____ change
(a) temporary (b) permanent (c) pubertal (d) developmental

30.) Iron filling can be separated from sand through the use of ___
(a) magnet (b) funnel (c) filteration (d) evaporation

Part B: Theory
1.) What is magnet
b.) Write out four magnetic objects
2.) What is friction
b.) Define gravity
3.) What is air
b.) Write out the properties of air
4.) Explain “MR NIGER D”
5.) Write out five naturally occurring drugs

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