2017 Geography Past Questions & Answers (Obj and Essay Expo Runz)

2017 Geography Past Questions & Answers (Obj and Essay Expo Runz)

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-movement of goods and services:it help movement of goods from one place to another
-movement of people:it ensure movement of people from one place to another
-employment:it generate employment opportunity
-development of tourism:it helps people to visit various places for tourism

-presence of highland
-soil erosion also disturbed road transportation
-lack of capital to construct road
-presence of mining rivers

(2c )
-roads should be constructed
-planting of flowers in marshy areas
-there should be construction of bridges
-money should be available for more roads construction

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(3a) Rotation of the earth is defined is the movement of the earthround the sun on its axis while revolution is defined as the movement of the earthround the sun on is orbit

(3bi) Equinoxes is the time when the mid-daysun is directly overhead at the equator

(3bii) This is the time when the sun is vertically overhead at the tropicof cancer or at the tropic of caprion

(4ai) Faulting may result from tension forces or compressional forces. Tensional forces are
those that tend to pull the earth's crust apart and they result in a normal fault
(4aii) Answers are below

  1. Residual mountains are formed from the remains of already existing mountains.
  2. They have irregular surfaces with sleep sides. They occur in varrying height and sizes and are caused by agents of denudation.

- Tourist attractions
- Sources of rivers
- sources of minerals
- Relief Rain
- Transhumance
- Modified climate
- Agriculture
- Lumbering on mountain slopes

8a). Atmospheric pollution is the process by which man releases dangerous and toxic substances
into the air which makes it unfavorable for both man and other organisms 

i. Industrial activities
ii. smoke from automobiles
iii. chlorofluorocarbon
iv. atomic wastes

i. it leads to respiratory problems
ii. it affects clear visibility
iii. it contaminates the water bodies
iv. it causes eye itching

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1ai -it is relatively small with social homogeneous.
People -it has few social amenities -it involve in primary activities like farming, fishing etc

-it is a large nucleated urban settlement
-it has high population density
-it contains many building

-climatic factors
-topographic factor
-Availability of social amenities
-Availability of security2a)I. Population census is the overheadcounting of people living in a country or a geographical area

ii. mortality is the number of death recorded in a particularyearof a geographical area
iii. family planning is an act of controlling and limiting therateof reproduction in human population

2b). i. High pressure on infrastructuralfacilities
ii.poor housing conditions
iii.high disease epidemy

2c). Provision of low-cost buildings in rural areas
ii. provision of good health care inrural areas
iii. provision of mechanized farming in rural areas

Local craft industries are those industries that depend mainly on raw materials obtains from
their immediate locality

-leather works
-cloth weaving

-they depend on raw materials
-they use simple tools
-their product are of high artistic quality

-they make use of simple raw materials
-they are creative activities
-they involve manual operation

The tropical grasslands are located between 5 degree and 20 degree north and south of the equator. Areas where these grassland are found include Northwest part of south American, south East Asia and Northern Australia

i. The forest is evergreen and could be up to 60m in height with broad leaves
ii. There are various inter locking having layers of trees- lower, middle and upper storeys
or canopies
iii. Trees are of great varieties
iv. Trees are not in pure stand
v. Presence of abundant hardwood
vi. Presence of creepers, climbers

i. Provision of hardwood as source of timber
ii. Lumbering is one of the major occupations of the people
iii. Hunting of wild animals
iv. Rainforest serves as touristr
v. Cultivation of food like yam


1. 'A' is a solution of tetraoxosulphate(vi) B is a solution containing of potassium hydroxide per 25.0cm3.
(a.) Put A into burette and titrate with 20.0cm3 or 25.0cm3 portion into of B using Methyl Orange as
an indicator. Record the volume of your pipette. Tabulate your burette readings and calculate the average volume of acid used.

(b.) From your result and information provided. Calculate the following
(i.) Concentration of B in mol/dm3
(ii.) Concentration of A in mol/dm3
(iii.) Number of Hydrogen ions in 1.0dm^2 of A.

The equation for the reaction is: H2SO4 + 2KOH -->k2SO4 + 2H2O. {H=1, O=16, K=39}
Burrete reading(cm3)| Rough | 1st | 2nd | 3rd Final(cm3) | 18.60| 18.00| 20.30| 28.00
Initial(cm3) | 0.00 | 0.00 | 2.30 | 10.00
Vol. Acid used(cm3)| 18.60| 18.00 | 18.00| 18.00
The average volume of acid used = 18.00 + 18.00 + 18.00/3 = 18.00cm3.
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(bi.) Mass of KOH per dm3 of B = 39+16+1= 56. Conc. of B = 5.6/56= 0.01mol/dm3.
(bii.) The equation for the reaction is: H2SO4 + 2KOH --> k2SO4 + 2H2O. From the equation ==> Conc of A
* Volume of A
* Mole ratio = CA*18.00/0.10*2 = 1/2
Therefore, CA= 0.10
* 25/2*18'
CA= 0.0694mol/dm3.

(biii.) 1dm3 of 1.0mol/dm3
H2SO4 contains (2*6.0*10^23).
Hydrogen atom ==> 1dm3 of 0.694mol/dm3
H2SO4 contains 2*6.0*10^23 = 8.328x10^22.

C & D are inorganic salts. X is a solution of aninorganic compound. Carryout the following exercises on C, D & X.Record your observations and identify any gas evolved. State the conclusion drawn from the result of each test.

(i.) Add about 5cm3 of distilled water to sample C in a test tube and shake thoroughly. Divide the resulting solution into two portions.
(ii.) Put about 2cm3 of X into separate test tubes and add the first portion of solution in

(2ai).(iii.) To the second portion of the resulting solution
(2ai), add few drops of BaCl2(aq) followed by excess dil HCl.
(bi.) To about 2cm3 portion of the resulting solution in a test-tube, add NaOH in drops and in excess. (ii.) To another portion of the resulting solution, add few drops of dilute trioxonitrate.

(2Ai) C+ distilled H2O.
(ii) 1st portion + BaCl2(aq).
(iii) 1st portion + BaCl2+ HCl.
(iv) Residue + dil HCl.

(Bi) 2nd portion + NaOH in drops + excess NaOH.
(ii) C + HNO3.
(iii) C + dil HNO3 + NH3 in drop and in excess NH3

(2Ai.) Dissolves completely.
(ii.) White ppt is formed.
(iii.) Ppt dissolved.
(iv.) A colourless gas is evolved and effervescence occurred.

(Bi). Dark green ppt.Ppt insoluble in excess NaOH. (ii.) Effervescence occurred. (iii.) Insoluble in drop. Soluble in excess NH3.

(2Ai.) A soluble salt ispresent. (ii.) SO4^2-, SO3^2-, S^2-, or CO3^2- suspected. (iii.) SO3^2- present. (iv.) H2 present. (Bi) Fe^2+ Confirmed.Fe^3+formed. (ii.) CO2- suspected. (iii.) SO3^2- present.


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