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WAEC GCE 2022 SECOND SERIES NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER VISUAL ART ANSWERS

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WAEC GCE 2022 SECOND SERIES NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER VISUAL ART ANSWERS

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(2a)

Agriculture is simply defined as the art and science (or management) that deals with the cultivation of crops and rearing of animals for man’s use.

 

(2b)

{PICK ANY SIX}

(i) Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria.

(ii) Institute for Agricultural Research.

(iii)nInstitute of Agricultural Research & Training.

(iv) International Institute of Tropical Agriculture.

(v) NAERLS.

(vi) NCRI.

(vii) NIFFR.

(viii) NSPRI Ilorin.

 

(2c)

(i) Keep the tractor clean by removing all trashes or mud from it as the start or at the end of operations.

(ii) Check water levels daily and top it when necessary.

(iii) Check tyre pressures daily before operation.

(iv) Adhere strictly to manual or manufacturer’s instructions.

(v) Do not overload the tractor, i.e operate at appropriate speed for farm operation.

 

(2d)

[Pick Any Three]

(i) Health of the animal

(ii) Pests.

(iii) Food intake.

(iv) Weight of the animal.

(v) Age of the animal.

(vi) Sex of the animal.

 

(4ai)

Sandy Soil.

 

(4aii)

Clay Soil.

 

(4aiii)

Clay/Loamy Soil.

 

(4aiv)

Loamy Soil.

 

(4b)

(i) Tillage Practices.

(ii) Deforestation.

(iii) Overgrazing.

(iv) Bush Burning.

 

(4c)

(i) Carbondioxide is lost in the atmosphere mainly by photosynthesis during which plants use it to manufacture their own food.

(ii) By Direct air Capture.

(iii) Carbon mineralization.

 

(4d)

(i) It makes the farm more prone to hazard lds, e.g. falling into an open drain.

(ii) It is expensive and difficult to establish.

(iii) They are prone to gully erosion.

(iv) They hinder the passage of machine like tractor.

(v) It occupies good land (space) that could have been used for planting.

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SECTION C

 

(5a)

{PICK ANY THREE}

(i) Forest Regulation.

(ii) Selective Exploration.

(iii) Deforestation.

(iv) Regeneration.

(v) Afforestation.

 

(5b)

{PICK ANY THREE}

(i) The chemical used may be toxic to man and domestic animals.

(ii) Pests and diseases may develop resistance yo chemicals.

(iii) Empty containers could be a source of poisoning when used as containers for consumables.

(iv) Some beneficial insects and soil organisms may not be destroyed.

 

(5ci)

Cocoa is a humid tropical crop. Grows best in areas with 1140mm – 2000mm annual rainfall, well distributed most of the year. Temperature requirements not below 17°C.

 

(5cii)

(i) By Seeds.

(ii) By Budding.

(iii) By Stem Cutting.

 

(5ciii)

Nursery is done October to January. Field (transplanting) between April and June.

 

(5civ)

20cm X 20cm.

 

(5cv)

{PICK ANY TWO}

(i) Breaking of Pods.

(ii) Fermentation.

(iii) Drying.

(iv) Storage.

 

(5d)

{PICK ANY FOUR}

(i) Reduce land value.

(ii) Reduce the quality of crop products.

(iii) Increased cost of harvesting.

(iv) Weeds cause losses in crop yields.

(v) Certain weeds are poisonous and hence kill animals that feed on them.

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(6a)

{PICK ANY FOUR}

(i) To increase resistance to diseases.

(ii) To increase resistance to pests.

(iii) To meet the needs of growers.

(iv) To improve the quality of produce.

(v) To increase yield.

 

(6b)

{PICK ANY THREE}

(i) Persistence.

(ii) Aggressiveness.

(iii) Resistance im Trampling.

(iv) Resistance in Drought.

(v) Pests and Diseases.

(vi) Accurate Stocking.

 

(6ci)

{PICK ANY TWO}

(i) Established private horticulture gardens.

(ii) Higher institutions’ botanical garden.

(iii) Private houses and offices.

(iv) Resort or Recreational centers.

 

(6cii)

{PICK ANY THREE}

(i) Provision of Shade.

(ii) Regular Watering.

(iii) Regular Weeding.

(iv) Regular Pruning.

(v) Fencing.

 

(6di)

Fungus (Phytophthora spp)

 

(6dii)

{PICK ANY ONE}

(i) Rotten of the bark near the ground.

(ii) Drying and cracking of bark.

 

(6diii)

(i) By Air.

(ii) Through the soil.

 

(6div)

{PICK ANY ONE}

(i) Use resistant varieties.

(ii) Spray with appropriate fungicides.

(iii) Paint the trunk with crude cabolic and water.

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SECTION D

 

(7a)

(i) Prophylactic application of Anticoccidials

(ii) Vaccine

(iii) Poultry house management

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(7b)

(i) Dental Disease: Rabbits with dental disease will often drool, stop eating, stop passing stool, and develop secondary GI stasis.

(ii) Uterine Tumors: Un-spayed female rabbits often initially develop benign changes in their uterine endometrium (lining) that progress to malignant cancer over time.

(iii) Respiratory Tract Infections: Rabbits are obligatory nasal breathers, meaning they must breathe through their noses and cannot breathe well through their mouths. They commonly get respiratory tract infections that can affect both their upper airways (nose and trachea) and lower airways (lungs).

 

(7c)

(i) There is no need of maintenance of breeding bull for a herd; hence the cost of maintenance of breeding bull is saved.

(ii) It prevents the spread of certain diseases and sterility due to genital diseases’: contagious abortion, vibriosis.

(iii) By regular examination of semen after collection and frequent checking on fertility make, early detection of interior males and better breeding efficiency is ensured.

 

(7d)

(i) Deweeding of the pond

(ii) Regular feeding.

(iii) Constant supply of water.

(iv) Regular harvesting of matured fish.

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SECTION E

 

(9a)

{PICK ANY TWO}

(i) It helps the entrepreneur to determine the best proportion to combine the various factors of production.

(ii) It enables him to determine the wages he will pay to his workers.

(iii) It enables him to minimise cost and avoid wastage of resources in order to make profit.

 

(9b)

{PICK ANY THREE}

(i) Central Banks

(ii) Commercial Banks

(iii) Acceptance Houses

(iv) Nonbank financial institutions

(v) Bill Brokers

(vi) fund managers

(vii) institutional investors

 

(9c)

{PICK ANY THREE }

(i) Skilled personnel, at both the managerial and operational levels, are scare.

(ii) Lack of adequate information. Farmers need to be convicted to the benefits of insurance before they accept it.

(iii) Uncertainty of weather conditions.

(iv) Some losses due to natural disaster which is known as an act.

(v) Reinsurance for agricultural risks is not easily available.

 

(9di)

(i) To increase food production.

(ii) To popularise agriculture.

 

(9dii)

(i) To encourage large-scale farming.

(ii) To establish River Basin Authorities to boost the supply of water for irrigation purposes.

 

(9diii)

(i) To stimulate small rural farmers to increase their productivity and improve their standard of living.

(ii) To check land tenure system

 

(9e)

{PICK ANY TWO}

(i) It gives and obtains information that with be useful to farmers and/or researchers.

(ii) It can only work for small group of farmers.

(iii) More attention is given to the individual farmers than any other method.

(iv) It may involve the use of telephone which makes information dissemination faster.

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(10a)

(i) Poor Management:

The senior officials of these cooperatives on the average lack business experience. Their managerial skills are low and thus reduces the efficiency of the cooperatives.

(ii) Illiteracy:  These societies are usually made up of ordinary people who want to get better deals. The members are mostly illiterates and create so many problems for the societies without even realising it.

(iii) Lack of Cooperation:  Since the members are made up of people from different backgrounds and with different experiences, there is usually a lack of cooperation since people have different views of things.

 

(10b)

(i) Organisational Ability

(ii) Clear Judgement

(iii) Initiative

(iv) Excellent public speaking skills

 

(10c)

(i) Farm Gate

(ii) Wholesale Markets

(iii) Retail Markets

(iv) Distributors

 

(10d)

(i) SALES ACCOUNT:  It is also called sales and receipt account. It shows the details of farm produce sold (type of produce, quantity, date sold, to whom, and at what price)

(ii) PURCHASE ACCOUNT:  It is also known as purchase and expenses account. It shows in details, all items purchased and used during the production period. The detail includes inputs name, date purchased, quantity, cost per unit and from whom.

(i) Tubes, fins or passages for conducting or directing the heat transfer fluid from the inlet to the outlet.

(ii) Abserver plate which may be flat, corrugated or grooved with tubes, fins or passages attached to it.

 

(1b)

NigeriaSat-1 is a micro satellite used in monitoring disasters managements and various mapping campaign WHILE NigercomSat-1 is a mega satellite responsible for creating an enabling environment for competition among operators in the industry as well as ensuring the provision of qualitative and efficient telecommunications services

 

(1c)

V = image

U = Object

V = 2u

1/f₀ = (1/V) + (1/u)

1/f₀ = (1/2u) + (1/u)

1/f₀ = (1+2)/2u

1/f₀ = 3/2u

f₀ = 2u/3

Magnification = (V/f₀ + 1)

M = [2u/(2u/3)] + 1

M = [(2u/1) x (3/2u)] + 1

M = 3 + 1

M = 4

 

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COMMERCE THEORY

 

NECO COMMERCE

 

(6a)

~ DIRECT SERVICE

(i) Direct service is service paid directly by those who enjoy them.

(ii) Direct service providers render their services to people who are willing to pay for them.

 

~ INDIRECT SERVICE

(i) Indirect service providers render services to the general public and are paid indirectly by the general public through taxes paid to the government.

(ii) Indirect service is a government-funded service that is delivered to the general public.

 

(6b)

– Devaluation

– Imposition on embargo

– Import quota

– Reduction of exercise duty

– Licence

– Tariff

 

(6c)

– Regulatory Measures:

Every country wants to export its surplus natural resources, agricultural produce and manufactured goods to the extent, it can and import only these goods and products which are not produced or manufactured within the country. For this purpose regulatory measures like tariff barriers (custom duties) non-tariff barriers, quota restrictions, foreign exchange restrictions, technological and administrative regulations, consulter for­malities, state trading and preferential arrangements, trade agreements and joint commis­sions etc. Come in the way of free trade and unfettered flow of foreign business.

 

– Procedural Difficulties:

Different countries have evolved different procedures, practices and documents in order to regulate the export trade. Some of these such as foreign exchange control regulations and others have been formulated after keeping in view the national objectives and have posed certain procedural problems to exporters and importers.

 

– Risk in transit:

Foreign trade involves much greater risk than home trade. Goods have to be transported over long distances and they are exposed to perils of the sea. Many of these risks can be covered through marine insurance but increases the cost of goods.

 

– Lack of information about foreign businessmen:

In the absence of direct and close relationship between buyers and sellers, special steps are necessary to verify the creditworthiness of foreign buyers. It is difficult to obtain reliable information concerning the financial position and business standing of the foreign traders. Therefore, credit risk is high.

 

– Import and export restrictions:

Every country charges customs duties on imports to protect its home industries. Similarly, tariff rates are put on exports of raw materials. Importers and exporters have to face tariff restrictions.

They are required to fulfill several customs formalities and rules. Foreign trade policy, procedures, rules and regulations differ from country to country and keep on changing from time to time.

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(7a)

Balance of trade (BOT) is the difference between the value of a country’s exports and the value of a country’s imports for a given period.

 

(7b)

– Current account: This account scans all the incoming and outgoing of goods and services between countries. All the payments made for raw materials and constructed goods are covered under this account. Few other deliveries that are included in this category are from tourism, engineering, stocks, business services, transportation, and royalties from licenses and copyrights. All these combine together to make a BOP of a country.

 

– Capital account: Capital transactions like purchase and sale of assets (non-financial) like lands and properties are monitored under this account. This account also records the flow of taxes, acquisition, and sale of fixed assets by immigrants moving into the different country. The shortage or excess in the current account is governed by the finance from the capital account and vice versa.

 

(7c)

– To protect nascent industries

– To fortify national defense programs

– To support domestic employment opportunities

– To combat aggressive trade policies

– To protect the environment

YOU ARE REQUIRED TO ANSWER ONLY ONE QUESTION FROM THIS SECTION. YOUR ANSWER SHOULD NOT BE LESS THAN 450 WORDS. ALL QUESTIONS CARRY EQUAL MARKS.

YOU ARE ADVISED TO SPEND ABOUT 45 MINUTES ON THIS SECTION.

 

(1)Write an article suitable for Publication in a National daily on the factors responsible for poor reading culture among students and proffer solutions to them.

 

(2)You are a chief speaker in a debate on the topic:the Card Reader should continue to bring Used in the conduct of elections in Nigeria. write For or Against the motion.

 

(3)A new chairman has been elected in your local government area. As the president of a youth development association in your community. Write a letter congratulating him on his victory, highlighting some of the problems faced by the youths in the community and Suggesting how this problem could be solved.

 

(4)Narrate a story that illustrates the saying:an empty barrel makes the louder noise.

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