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The living cells that makes up cartilages are called _____.

  • A. osteocytes
  • B. osteoblasts
  • C. osteoclasts
  • D. chondroblasts
  • E. chrondocytes
  • F. Osteoprogenitor cells

ANSWER: Chondroblasts

Cartilages are comprised of living cells called Chondroblasts.

Chondroblasts may contain very little or no calcium and phosphates

Biology

Which of the following statement is incorrect with regards to chitin?

  • A. Ecdysis is a term associated with chitin
  • B. It is a skeletal material
  • C. It is a type of skeleton
  • D. It is present outside the organism
  • E. It does not grow when the organism grows
  • It is present in ants

ANSWER: It is a type of skeleton

Chitin is not a type of skeleton; Instead, it is a skeletal material.

Think of skeletal material as a substance in which a skeleton is composed of

Other materials in which a skeleton can be composed of are Bones and Cartilages.

Types of skeleton on the other hand refers to:

Endoskeleton: Found inside the organism

Exoskeleton: Found outside the organism

Hydrostatic Skeleton: A fluid like skeleton found in earthworms

Please read on Skeletal Materials here

Biology

Which of the following is NOT a function of the human skeleton?

  • A. Gives Shape
  • B. Provides Protection
  • C. Aids in Locomotion
  • D. Supports Movement
  • E. Assists in Inhalation and Exahalation
  • F. None of the above
  • G. All of the above

ANSWER: None of the above

Options A - E are all functions of the human skeleton; so the correct answer is "None of the above" since the question states "is NOT"

Please read on Skeleton here

Biology

Which of the following is not a Right of Consumer Protection?

  • A. Right to Education
  • B. Right to Choose
  • C. Right to Safety
  • D. Right to the Good things of Life
  • E. Right to be Assured
  • F. Right to Compel

ANSWER: Right to Compel

Right to Compel is NOT a Right of Consumer Protection.

You can read on the Rights of Consumer Protection here

Business Studies

Which of the followings is NOT a correct definition for values in Civic Education?

  • A. Value is a more personal measure of worth
  • B. Value is the esteemed quality which a person attaches to certain ideas, beliefs or principle
  • C. Value is a laid down rule and standard that influences our relationship with people
  • D. Value is the standard principle that is supported by individuals and the society they live in
  • E. None of the above
  • F. All of the above

ANSWER: None of the above

None of the above is the correct answer because all the definitions are correct.

Please read on Meaning and Types of values here

Civic Education

Idioms are best defined as _____.

  • A. Sentences that are logically reversed
  • B. Words that relate to a specific sentence
  • C. A clause containing two or more phrases
  • D. Phrases whose meaning does not contain the individual words it contain
  • E. Illogical words with logical meanings
  • Rational words with partial meaning as used in the sentence

ANSWER: Phrases whose meaning does not contain the individual words it contain

Below are some examples of Idioms:

Idiom: To blow ones 🎺 trumpet 🎺

Meaning: To praise oneself

Idiom: To nip in the bud

Meaning: To stop something from happening

Idiom: To throw in the towel

Meaning: To surrender

Idiom: To kick the bucket

Meaning: Died or Dead

Please read more on Idioms here

English

Her followers on social media considered her to be reprobate unlike her twin sister whom many see as being _____.

From the options below, which word correctly fills the gap and is also opposite to the underlined word.

  • A. godly
  • B. morally upright
  • C. prudent
  • D. conservative
  • E. cautious
  • F. diligent

ANSWER: Morally upright

A reprobate is one who behaves in a way that the society thinks as immoral.

Morally upright is the most appropriate opposite to reprobate from all the options.

English

The following are Types of Line in Technical Drawing EXCEPT _____.

  • A. thin continuous line
  • B. inverse head line
  • C. thin dash line
  • D. continuous thin straight zigzag line
  • E. free hand line
  • F. chain thin line with thick ends

ANSWER: Inverse head line

Inverse Head Line is NOT a type of line in Technical Drawing

Please read on the Types of Line in Technical Drawing here

Basic Technology

A specialized router residing at the boundary of a company's network is called a/an _____.

  • A. Wired Router
  • B. Wireless Router
  • C. Core Router
  • D. Edge Router
  • E. Virtual Router
  • F. LAN Router
  • G. WAN Router

ANSWER: Edge router

An edge router is a specialized router present or stationed at the boundary or edge of a company's network. It's the function of the edge router to connect with external nertworks. External networks in this sense could be another company's network, a Wide Area Network or the Internet. They often run the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) to bring about their connection with these external networks. 

ICT

The reaction involving an acid and a base is termed _____.

  • A. Hydrolysis
  • B. Neutralization
  • C. Combustion
  • D. Displacement
  • E. Decomposition
  • F. Sublimation

ANSWER: Neutralization

Neutralization refers to the reaction between an acid an a base to form salt and water. It is shown in the equation below:

  • HCl + NaOH -> NaCl + H2O
  • Acid.  Base.      Salt.     Water

Chemistry

Consider this expression below:

A body X exerts a force FX on another body Y. In return, body Y exert a force FY back on body X. The forces FX and FY are equal in magnitude but opposite in direction.

Putting the above expression into equation:

FX = -FY

Where FX is the action force

FY is the reaction Force

The above expression relates to _____.

  • A. Theory of Force
  • B. Force Postulate
  • C. Einstein's proposal on Relativity
  • D. Newton's 1st law of motion
  • E. Newton's 2nd law of motion
  • F. Newton's 3rd law of motion

ANSWER: Newton's 3rd Law of Motion

Newton's 3rd law of motion states that:

To every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction

This law explains what you feel on your hands after hitting a wall with your fist (you applied force to do this). The wall returns an equal and opposite force on your hands; thus the harder you hit, the more pain you feel.

Physics

Which of the following is NOT a type of salt?

  • A. Acid salt
  • B. Basic salt
  • C. Double salt
  • D. Tripple salt
  • E. Complex salt
  • F. Normal Salt

ANSWER: Tripple Salt

Tripple salt is not a type of salt.

Please read on the types of salt here

Chemistry

The tendency of a body to remain in a state of rest or in uniform motion is referred to as _____.

  • A. tension
  • B. uniform acceleration
  • C. constant acceleration
  • D. deceleration
  • E. inertia
  • F. velocity

ANSWER: Inertia

Inertia is a property of matter. It was Newton's 1st law of motion the showed the presence of inertia in a body at rest; or in another body moving in a straight line.

The Law of Inertia states that a body at rest will continue in the state of rest while a body in uniform motion will continue in a straight line; unless an external force acts upon it.

Newtons 1st Law of Motion is also referred to as the Law of Inertia

Please read on Inertia and Newton's 1st Law of Motion here

Physics

A change in the position of an object with reference to time is best described as _____.

  • A. momentum
  • B. displacement
  • C. velocity
  • D. acceleration
  • E. direction
  • F. motion

ANSWER: Motion

Motion is simply defined as a change in the position of an object with reference to time.

For a body to be in motion, Force must act on it. It was Sir Isaac Newton that explained the relationship between the force(s) acting on a body and the motion of the body.

Please read on Motion here

Physics

The saying "what goes up on earth must come down" can be best attributed to _____.

  • A. force
  • B. motion
  • C. mass
  • D. acceleration
  • E. average velocity
  • F. constant velocity

ANSWER: Force

Force is a push or pull. The force acting on earth (Gravitational force) is best attributed for pulling things/object down to earth. It was this that gave rise to the saying: "What goes up must come down".

Please read on some amazing facts on gravity here

Physics

The two sides that forms an angle are referred to as the _____.

  • A. arms
  • B. vertexes
  • C. bays
  • D. zones
  • E. limbs
  • F. dune

ANSWER: Arms

A and C are the arms of angle α (alpha) in the above diagram. This implies that they are the two sides that forms angle α

Please read on Angles here

Mathematics

The point where the two sides of an angle meet is termed the _____.

  • A. arms
  • B. vertex
  • C. bays
  • D. zones
  • E. limbs 
  • F. dune

ANSWER: Vertex

The two sides of an angle (arms) meets at a point called the vertex

Mathematics

The act of always telling the truth to others and oneself is best referred to as _____.

  • A. loyalty
  • B. discipline
  • C. faithfulness
  • D. honesty
  • E. godliness
  • F. goodness

ANSWER: honesty

Honesty is the best usable term when it comes to saying the truth on every occasion

Read more on Honesty here

Civic Education

Which of the following is NOT a consequence of dishonesty?

  • A. Loss of reputation
  • B. Imprisonment
  • C. Loss of sympathy
  • D. Loss of customers
  • E. Being disgraced
  • D. Being cursed

ANSWER: Loss of Sympathy

Loss of Sympathy has nothing to do with the consequences of dishonesty

Please read on Attributes and Benefits of honesty here

Civic Education

Which of the following is NOT a type of computer network?

  • A. NAN
  • B. MAN
  • C. CAN
  • D. LAN
  • E. WAN
  • F. PAN

ANSWER: NAN

NAN is not a type of computer network.

  • MAN means Metropolitan Area Network
  • CAN means Campus Area Network
  • LAN means Local Area Network
  • WAN means Wide Area Network
  • PAN means Personal Area Network

Pease read on Computer Networks here

ICT

The above diagram best illustrate a _____.

  • A. LAN
  • B. WAN
  • C. CAN
  • D. MAN
  • E. PAN
  • F. NAN

ANSWER: PAN

A network formed through Bluetooth is a Personal Area Network (PAN).

PAN is a small network with a maximum coverage of about 30 meters.

ICT

Words with same spelling, same sound and different meanings are referred to as _____.

  • A. Homonyms
  • B. Homographs
  • C. Homophones
  • D. Synonyms
  • E. Antonyms
  • F. Homophobes

ANSWER: Homonyms

Homonyms are words with same spelling, same sound but different meanings. Examples are:

Rest: Have no more to say about something.

Rest: Remaining part of something.

Rest: To relax, sleep or do nothing after a period of activity.

Wave: A curring shape on a person's hair.

Wave: A movement of the arms and hand from side to side.

Wave: A raised line of water that moves across the surface of the sea and ocean.

Fair: Bright and not raining.

Fair: Pale in color.

Fair: Not too bad, Quite good and acceptable.

Please read on Homonyms here

English

A man who writes a book is called an author. A woman who writes a book is called an _____.

  • A. author
  • B. authoress
  • C. authorite
  • D. authority
  • E. authress
  • F. auther

ANSWER: Authoress

An authoress is the feminine version of an author.

Below are some masculine and feminine terms

MASCULINE

FEMININE

 Actor

 Actress

 Steward

 Stewardess

 Waiter

 Waitress

 Poet

 Poetess

 Manager

 Manageress

English

Organisms that manufacture their own food through the help of sunlight or chemicals are best referred to as _____.

  • A. autotrophs
  • B. chemosynthetic
  • C. photosynthentic
  • D. chemoautotrophs
  • E. photoautotrophs
  • F. chemoautotrophs

ANSWER: Autotrophs

  • Autotrophs or autotrophic organisms manufacture food through sunlight or chemicals.
  • Photosynthetic organisms manufacture food through the use of 🌞 sunlight. They are also called photoautotrophs
  • Chemosynthetic organisms manufacture food through the use of chemicals. They are also called chemoautotrophs

Please read this article on food chain containing all the above terms

Biology

We have _____ laws of Thermodynamics.

  • A. 1
  • B. 2
  • C. 3
  • D. 4
  • E. 5
  • D. 6

ANSWER: 4

There are 4 laws of Thermodynamics numbered from 0 through 3; that is

  • Zeroth Law
  • First Law
  • Second Law
  • Third Law

Please read on the laws of Thermodynamics here

Physics




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