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G12 Biology

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BIOLOGY G12

Biology G12

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1. The brain is one component of the nervous system. State the 2 (two) other components of the nervous system.

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2. Digestion in the human alimentary canal is carried out by the action of enzymes. Each food group is a substrate for a specific enzyme.

Fig.3.1 shows shows diagrams that each represent the action of  a specific enzyme to break down a substrate into one or more end products.

Diagram F in Fig. 3.1 has been shown to you.

What is the name of the enzyme in Diagram G?

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3. Malaria is a disease caused by a parasite that is transmitted from one person to another another by a vector.

The spread of the vector can be controlled through draining of swamps and adding oil on water. True or False

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4. Which is one is the function of the part labelled U.

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5. This is one of the ways that nitrogen is made available for both plant and animal protein. Nitrogen in air- Ammonium - Nitrates- Absorbed by plants- Plants eaten by animals - Protein digested in animals.

True or False

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6. Which of the statements are true about Herbivores?

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7. Nitrogen can also be made available in the form of nitrogen- containing fertilisers. Which of the following is not the possible effect of nitrogen containing fertilisers.

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8. Which is one is the function of the part labelled T.

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9. What is the name of the key used in classification of animalia?

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10. Malaria is a disease caused by a parasite that is transmitted from one person to another another by a vector.

Spread of the vector may be controlled by using insecticide

 

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11. Dry mass is the mass of chemicals, excluding water, present in an organism. Fig. 2.1 shows the stages of germination of a seed. Fig 2.1 also shows the changes in dry mass of the plant during these stages of germination.

What are the parts labelled D and E?

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12.

FoodCarbohydrate/gFat/gProtein/gVitamin C/ mgVitamin D/mg
Beans10.00.45.03.00.0
Bread48.01.59.00.00.0
Cheese0.0034.025.00.00.4
Eggs0.011.013.00.01.5
  • The table above shows the mass of some nutrients found in 100g of four different foods.
  • Which foods would best prevent rickets and scurvy?

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13. Which of the following is not characteristic/a apart of the definition of a drug?

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14. Name the Part S

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15. Name the Part U

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16. Fig.3.1 shows the adult stage of an organism.

To which phylum and class does the organism in Figure 3.1 belong?

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17. Use your knowledge of the "lock and key" hypothesis of enzyme action to explain why enzyme Q is active in this region of the alimentary canal and not any other region.

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18. Water is needed for germination of seeds. State two(2) other conditions needed for germination.

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19. Enzyme Q is active in the human alimentary canal. Fig 6.1 shows the effect of PH on the rate reaction of enzyme Q

What is the name of the region of the alimentary canal where the enzyme Q is active?

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20. All enzymes contain carbon. Choose 3 other chemical elements that must be present in each molecule of an enzyme.

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21. Stage N of Fig.4.1 may take place in a container similar to that used in the large scale production of antibiotics.

State the name of this type of container

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22. Three cell structures are listed below.

  1. Cell wall
  2. Cytoplasm
  3. Nucleus                                                                                                                       What structures are found in both palisade cells and liver cells?

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23. Which of the following people needs the most energy daily?

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24. State the type of reproduction that takes place in stage M of Fig. 4.1

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25. Which one is correct about Arthropoda animals

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26. Which of the following is part of the phylums in the Kingdom animalia

You can choose several

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27. Describe the changes in dry mass shown during each of the stages A,B and C in Fig.2.1

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28. Malaria is a disease caused by a parasite that is transmitted from one person to another another by a vector.

Resistance to the insecticide can appear in the vector population through a process of natural selection. True or False

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29. Name the condition in humans that is treated using insulin produced by the bacteria in stage N of Fig.4.1

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30. Which is one is the function of the part labelled R.

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31. what is the name of the substrate where the enzyme lipase acts?

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32.

TestResult
BiuretPurple colour
EthanolWhite emulsion
IodineBrown colour

What did the food sample contain?

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33. A living organism absorbs glucose, releases energy in its cells and then passes out carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.

Which characteristics of living things are described in the statement above?

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34. Name Cell A

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35. Describe how the location and organisation of genetic material in the human cell shown in stage K of Fig.4.1 is different from that in the bacterial cell shown.

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36. The dental formula of a certain carnivore is :

i:3/3, c:1/1, pm:1/2, m:2/1

What is the total number of teeth in the lower jaw of this carnivore?

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37. Where does the enzyme in G operate?

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38. Which of the following is not the effect on health of smoking tobacco?

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39. In diagram H, what is the name of the end products?

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40. Which mineral nutrient is required by plants for proper formation of roots?

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41. Which is one is the function of the part labelled S.

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42. Fig 2.1 shows the lower jaw of a mammal

Name the types of teeth labelled D and E

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43. Name Cell B

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44. Which of the following is true about all enzymes?

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45. Name the vector of the parasite that causes malaria

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46. Name the part R

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47. Use your knowledge of bacterial cells to name two structures that the transformed plasmid must pass through to form a bacterium in stage L of Fig.4.1

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48. Name Cell C

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49. Name the part T

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Maths G12

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1. For the numbers 8, 3, 5, 8, 7, 8 find the mean and median

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2. find the product of above equation.

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3. Calculate the gradient of the line Q

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4. Simplify the above equation

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5. The quantity 𝑦 varies as the cube of (𝑥 + 2). 𝑦 = 32 when 𝑥 = 0.

Find 𝑦 when 𝑥 = 7.

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6. Triangle ABC is a right angle. BCD is a straight line, AC=12cm and AB=8cm.

Express as a fraction

Sin <ACB

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7. Solve f(x) = 1/4

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8. Simplify the indice

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9. Find the values of x and y

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10. From the above function calculate f(1/4)

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11. Simplify the above

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12. Given that AD is diameter, angle BAC = 22⁰ and angle BCA = 60⁰

Calculate:  Angle DEC

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13. A boy played Bonanza game 500 times and won 370 of the games. Afterwards he won the next x games and lost none. He won 75% of the games he played.

Find the value of x.

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14.

The point 𝑋(6, 2) and 𝑌(1, 5) lie on a straight line. 
             Find the equation of the line

 

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15. The diagram above is a semi-circle and O is the centre. Calculate: Angle ABC

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16. The diagram above is a semi-circle and O is the centre. Calculate:

Angle OAB

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17. Solve the simultaneous equations below

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18. Solve the equation

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19. Solve the equation 𝑥2 + 4𝑥 – 22 = 0

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20. The first five term of a sequence are

4, 9, 16, 25, 36, ----------

Find the nth term

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21. Given that AD is diameter, angle BAC = 22⁰ and angle BCA = 60⁰

Calculate: Angle BEC

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22. Rearrange the quantities in the descending order

0.00126, 3/2500, 0.125%

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23. The right angled triangle in the diagram has sides of length 7y cm, 24y cm and 150cm. What is the total distance of the triangle.

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24. The first five term of a sequence are

4, 9, 16, 25, 36, ................

Find the 10th term

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25. Triangle ABC is a right angle. BCD is a straight line, AC=12cm and AB=8cm.

Express as a fraction  Cos <ACD

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26. Solve the inequality 5 – 3𝑥 < 17

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27. A certain hall was built in 1996 and cost K62, 000. It was sold in 2006 for K310,000.

Calculate the percentage increase in price from 1996 to 2006

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28. Bwalya takes 2.5 litres of water each day. A full glass holds 125 millilitres of water. How many full glasses of water does he drink each day?

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29. What is the probability that a farmer chooses two hens which will give Two white chicks?

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30. The point 𝑋(6, 2) and 𝑌(1, 5) lie on a straight line.

Calculate the gradient of the line.

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31. The above diagram represents A' n B'

True or False 

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32. The diagram above is a semi-circle and O is the centre. Calculate:

(i) Angle ACB

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33. Nkumbu is cycling at 4 meters per second. After 3.5 seconds she starts to decelerate and after a faster2.5 seconds she stops.

Calculate:

(a) The constant deceleration                                                                        [1]

             (b) The total distance travelled during the 6 seconds[2]

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34. What is the probability that a farmer chooses two hens which will give Two chicks of a different colour

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35. Given that the Earth’s mass is 0.010526315 of the mass of the planet Saturn, while the mass of the Earth is 5.7 x 1024 kg. Find the mass of the planet Saturn, giving your answer in standard form correct to 2 significant figures.

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36. . Given that 𝑓: 𝑥 → 5 − 3𝑥, calculate: ff^-1(8)

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37. Simplify 4+3 x 82+12

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38. Given that AD is diameter, angle BAC = 22⁰ and angle BCA = 60⁰

Calculate: Angle CAD

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39. A certain hall was built in 1996 and cost K62, 000. It was sold in 2006 for K310,000.

Calculate the 1996 price as a percentage of 2006 price.

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40. . Given that 𝑓: 𝑥 → 5 − 3𝑥, calculate: f(-1)

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41. Write down the equation of the line

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42. On the venn diagram above represents (A u C) n B

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43. A farmer had 25 hens. 14 of the hens hatched white chicks and 11 hatched black chicks. The farmer chooses two chicks at random. (a) Write the missing probabilities on the tree diagram below

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Chemistry G12

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1. Which of the following are not  sub atomic particles?

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2. What is the other name for atomic number?

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3. Atoms said to be electrically neutral because they contain same number of protons and neutrons. True or False

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4. Name the compound SiO2

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5. What is the chemical formula for ozone?

Write in the format Z5

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6. How many atoms of different elements are present in the formula of the compound nitric acid(HNO3)?

1 hydrogen atom 1 nitrogen atom and 3 oxygen atoms

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7. The compound copper nitrate,Cu(NO3)2 contains 1 copper atom ,2 nitrogen atoms and 6 oxygen atoms making the number to 9 atoms altogether.

 

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8. Write down the chemical formula for ammonium sulphate

Use this format (XY3)2ZO2

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9. How many atoms of different elements are present in the formula of the compound ethanoic acid CH3COOH?

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10. Example H2+O2 = H2O  for your keyboard Use H2+O2=H2O  Just write the answer only.

Balance Mg+CO2

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11. Example Li+O2=Li2O    use this format to match your key board Li+O2=Li2O. Write only the answer (Li2O)

Balance the equation Fe+Cl2

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12. Example Li+O2=Li2O    use this format to match your key board Li+O2=Li2O.  Write only the answer (missing part) 

Balance the equation Zn+O2  

 

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13. Which of the following acids is found in foods?

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14. What is the chemical formula for sulphuric acid? (No Spaces)

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15. Which of the following ions is not correct.

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16. Which one is the balanced equation to the reaction of magnesium with hydrochloric acid.

2HCl(aq)+Mg(s)=

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17. A base is any substance that reacts with an acid to give a salt and water only

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18. Bases that dissolve in water are called...................................

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19. which of the following is not part of the physical properties of alkalis.

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20. Bases are classified as soluble and insoluble bases. Identify and tick the insoluble bases.

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21. The PH scale ranges from 0-100.

True or False

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22. What value of on the PH scale is considered neural?

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23. Grapes, tomatoes and apples have a PH value of between 2-4, this indicates that they are all

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24. Name the organic compound

  • C4H9OH

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25.

  • Below is a list of some organic compounds represented by the letters A to E.
    • CH4
    • C4H10
    • C4H9OH
    • C4H8
    • CH3COOH
    • From the list above. Which compound has the same functional group as ethanol.

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26. Name the above molecular structure.

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27. Name the organic compound

  • C4H10

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28. Below is a list of some organic compounds represented by the letters A to E.

  • A. CH4
  • B. C4H10
  • C. C4H9OH
  • D. C4H8
  • E. CH3COOH
  • Identify the two compounds ,from the list ,that belong to the same homologous series

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29. Below is a list of some organic compounds represented by the letters A to E.

  • A. CH4
  • B. C4H10
  • C. C4H9OH
  • D. C4H8
  • E. CH3COOH
  • Give the name of compound A.

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30. Below are 2 compounds Carbon tetrachloride and potassium chloride.

  • CCl4 and KCl
  • Both compounds of chlorine
  • Which one of the 2 compounds cannot conduct electricity

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31. A coefficient and subscript on the symbol of nitrogen atom (N) mean different notations in chemistry.

The difference between 2N and N2 is that; 2N is nitrogen gas and N2 is 2 atoms of nitrogen not chemically bonded.

 

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32. Study the arrangement of particles in the table below.

ABC
Participles tightly packedParticles loosely packedParticles widely spaced and random
Held together by strong bondsTakes the shape of the containerParticles do not vibrate

Identify A, B and C in the order displayed above

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33. Identify and check safety rules you need to observe during titration

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34. Laboratories do not have smooth floors, but have rough floors because;

It has to be strong and impervious against a lot of harsh handling and yet be perfectly usable. Rough floors prevent slipping, which can prevent chemicals to be dropped or damaged. True or False

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G12 Physics

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Physics G12

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1. Calculate the refractive index

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2. What is the correct reading shown above on the vernier caliper?

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3. The diagram below shows a simple pendulum that oscillates between position A and C. It takes 2.05 seconds to go from A to C and back to the midpoint B

What is the period of the pendulum?

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4. Find the mass of a 5cm3 of copper having a density of 9g/cm3?

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5. The pendulum bob takes 10 seconds to make 20 complete oscillations. What is the period of the pendulum?

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6. A body has a mass of 2kg.It accelerates from 20m/s to 40m/s in 4 seconds. What is the resultant force of this body?

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7. A stone of mass 400g is lowered into a measuring cylinder containing water. The water level rises from 300cm3 to 500cm3.What is the density of the stone?

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8. A ruler is used to measure the internal diameter of a pipe as shown.

What is the internal diameter of the pipe?

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9. Which of following instruments is not used in the measurement of length.

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10. If the Period T of the pendulum is 0.4 seconds. What is the frequency of the pendulum.

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11. The SI unit for light intensity is Degrees Celsius. true or false

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12. What is the correct reading shown above on the vernier caliper?

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13. A body continues in its state of motion unless an external force is applied to it. Is Newton's first Law. true or false 

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14. A sprinter starting from rest has an acceleration of during the first 2.0 seconds of a race.calculate her velocity after 2.0 seconds.

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15. If the period of the pendulum is 2.73. what is the frequency of the pendulum?

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16. An object of mass 100 g is immersed in water as shown in the diagram.

What is the denisty of the material from which the object is made?

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17. An Astronaut has a mass 100kg and travels from the moon to the Earth. Acceleration of free fall on the moon is 1.67m/s2 while that on Earth is 10m/s2. What is the mass of Astronaut back on Earth?

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18. Acceleration is directly proportional to the force producing it but inversely proportional to mass. is Newton's 3rd Law

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19. A lion of mass 200kg is transferred from the moon to the Earth. Acceleration of free fall on the moon is 1.67m/s2 while that on Earth is 10m/s2.

Calculate the weight of the lion on earth.

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20. What is the correct reading of the micrometer screw gauge?

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21. The figure shows a velocity time graph of an object along a straight road.

  1. What is the total time for the journey?
  2. What is the maximum velocity for the journey?
  3. What is the acceleration for the first part of the journey?  The first part of the journey is the first 20 seconds.
  4. Calculate the total distance covered by the car.
  5. Write your answers in the form of 20seconds, 100m/s, 2m/s2,400m

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22. A plumber needs to measure the internal diameter of a water pipe as accurately as possible. The instrument he should use is the

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23. The figure below shows an experiment which was carried out to measure the time interval of a simple pendulum.

If the pendulum bob took 0.20s to swing from A to C, calculate the period.

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24. Determine the angle of incidence and refraction. Write in the form of 20,30

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25. What is the correct reading of the micrometer screw gauge?

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26. What force is needed to give a mass of 80kg an acceleration of 10m/s2?

Write the answer in the format 100N

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27. A pupil of mass 50kg runs up a flight of stairs each 25cm high in a time of 20 seconds.[Take g=10N/kg].

Calculate the pupils gian in potential energy. P.E=mgh Hint; convert height in cm to m

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28. A car driver brakes getly.Her car slows down from 23m/s to 11m/s in 20s.calculate the magnitude of her deceleration.

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29. If the object is pulled to the left by a force of 6.0N and to the right by a force of 2.5N and assumimg that no other forces act on the object. And it has a Mass of 0.7kg resting on a horizontal surface.

  1. Calculate the resultant force.
  2. Calculate the acceleration produced by the resultant force
  3. Write in the form of   1.9N,2m/s2

 

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30. A car accelerates from a standing start and reaches a velocity of 18m/s after 6.0 seconds. calculate its acceleration.

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31. The figure below shows water being pumped from a river into an irrigation channel. The water is lifted to a height of 1.5m. The pump is able to lift 50kg of water each second. The gravitational field strength is 10N/kg.

Calculate the wor done when 50kg of water is lifted to a height of 1.5m.

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32. Leaving a bus stop,a bus reaches a velocity of 8.0m/s after 10s. calculate the acceleration of the bus.

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33. A train slows down from 60m/s to 20m/s in 50s.Calculate the magnitude of the deceleration of the train.

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34. The SI unit for temperature is Kelvin (K). true or false 

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35. The figure shows a graph of how the speed of the car changed over 20 seconds as the car accelerated along a straight road.

  1. Calculate the acceleration of the car.
  2. The mass of the car was 1200kg.Calcuilate the force which produced the acceleration in (1).
  3. Calculate the distance travelled by the car during the 20 seconds
  4. Write all the 3 answers in this format 2.25,1200,120

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36. Which of the following instruments is not used in the measurement of time.

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English G12

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  1. I prefer going to the cinema to watching television
  2. I would rather…………………………………………………

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  1. It is only after going for Voluntary Counselling and Testing that you can know your HIV status.
  2. Unless………………………………………………………….

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3. The soldiers carried………………..with exercises despite the heavy rain.

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4. Mutinta didn't really want to go to church, but her friends talked her……...it.

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  1. My performance does not improve although I train very hard.
  2. No matter……………………………………………………..

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6. She was literally screaming …………….rage.

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7. Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow. SCIENCE AND LITERATURE CONNECTION

  1. There was a chief in a certain village. He had many slaves. Whatever he wanted to be done, he ordered it. If it was a wise thing he wanted, his various counsellors said to him. "Yes, it is good," If it was not a wise thing, they said, just the same, "Yes, it is good," because if they disagreed with him he grew angry, saying, "What! Do you say the chief doesn't know what he is doing?" But the lowest of his counsellors never said yes or no. If the chief asked him about a certain thing he would think for a while and then reply: "All things are "
  2. It happened one time that the chief could not sleep at night because of the croaking of frogs in the marshes. Night after night he could not sleep, and decided at last that the frogs would have to be He told his counsellors what he intended to do. One by one, as usual, they applauded him, saying, "Yes, it is good." Only the lowest of the counsellors did not speak. The chief said: "You, counsellor, have you no tongue in your mouth?" The man thought for a while, then he said: "0 chief, all things are linked." The chief thought: "This man knows nothing else to say."
  3. The chief sent his slaves out to exterminate the frogs in the They killed frogs until no more frogs remained. They returned, saying, "Sir, the frogs are done with." That night the chief slept well, and he slept well for many nights thereafter. He was pleased with life.
  4. But in the marshes, the mosquitoes began to rise in swarms because there were no frogs to eat their larvae. They came into the village. They came into the chief's house and bit him. They made his life a misery. The people of the village suffered. So the chief ordered his slaves to go out and kill mosquitoes. The slaves went out, they tried, but the mosquitoes were too numerous. They continued to plague the village. The chief called his counsellors. He scolded them, saying, "When I asked you about killing the frogs, you answered, 'It is good.' Why did you not say, 'If the frogs are killed the

mosquitoes will multiply? Only one of you said something for me to think about. He  said, 'All things are linked,' but I did not understand his words."

  1. The mosquito hordes made life unlivable. People left their houses and fields and went away. They went to distant places, cleared new fields, and began living again. The old village became deserted except for the chief and his family. Finally, the chief, too, took his family and went away.
  2. Because of what happened, there came to be a saying: a 'Yes, it is good' caused a village to become " In each of the questions, select the best of the four choices given

The frogs irritated the chief with their…?

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8. Ducks wade…………………….dirty water.

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9. She could not make it to school for she was incapacitated…..illness

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10. Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow. SCIENCE AND LITERATURE CONNECTION

  1. There was a chief in a certain village. He had many slaves. Whatever he wanted to be done, he ordered it. If it was a wise thing he wanted, his various counsellors said to him. "Yes, it is good," If it was not a wise thing, they said, just the same, "Yes, it is good," because if they disagreed with him he grew angry, saying, "What! Do you say the chief doesn't know what he is doing?" But the lowest of his counsellors never said yes or no. If the chief asked him about a certain thing he would think for a while and then reply: "All things are "
  2. It happened one time that the chief could not sleep at night because of the croaking of frogs in the marshes. Night after night he could not sleep, and decided at last that the frogs would have to be He told his counsellors what he intended to do. One by one, as usual, they applauded him, saying, "Yes, it is good." Only the lowest of the counsellors did not speak. The chief said: "You, counsellor, have you no tongue in your mouth?" The man thought for a while, then he said: "0 chief, all things are linked." The chief thought: "This man knows nothing else to say."
  3. The chief sent his slaves out to exterminate the frogs in the They killed frogs until no more frogs remained. They returned, saying, "Sir, the frogs are done with." That night the chief slept well, and he slept well for many nights thereafter. He was pleased with life.
  4. But in the marshes, the mosquitoes began to rise in swarms because there were no frogs to eat their larvae. They came into the village. They came into the chief's house and bit him. They made his life a misery. The people of the village suffered. So the chief ordered his slaves to go out and kill mosquitoes. The slaves went out, they tried, but the mosquitoes were too numerous. They continued to plague the village. The chief called his counsellors. He scolded them, saying, "When I asked you about killing the frogs, you answered, 'It is good.' Why did you not say, 'If the frogs are killed the

mosquitoes will multiply? Only one of you said something for me to think about. He  said, 'All things are linked,' but I did not understand his words."

  1. The mosquito hordes made life unlivable. People left their houses and fields and went away. They went to distant places, cleared new fields, and began living again. The old village became deserted except for the chief and his family. Finally, the chief, too, took his family and went away.
  2. Because of what happened, there came to be a saying: a 'Yes, it is good' caused a village to become " In each of the questions, select the best of the four choices given

After the frogs were exterminated… ?

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11.

  1. You will never solve this problem until somebody helps you.
  2. Not until………………………………………………………..

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12. Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow. SCIENCE AND LITERATURE CONNECTION

  1. There was a chief in a certain village. He had many slaves. Whatever he wanted to be done, he ordered it. If it was a wise thing he wanted, his various counsellors said to him. "Yes, it is good," If it was not a wise thing, they said, just the same, "Yes, it is good," because if they disagreed with him he grew angry, saying, "What! Do you say the chief doesn't know what he is doing?" But the lowest of his counsellors never said yes or no. If the chief asked him about a certain thing he would think for a while and then reply: "All things are "
  2. It happened one time that the chief could not sleep at night because of the croaking of frogs in the marshes. Night after night he could not sleep, and decided at last that the frogs would have to be He told his counsellors what he intended to do. One by one, as usual, they applauded him, saying, "Yes, it is good." Only the lowest of the counsellors did not speak. The chief said: "You, counsellor, have you no tongue in your mouth?" The man thought for a while, then he said: "0 chief, all things are linked." The chief thought: "This man knows nothing else to say."
  3. The chief sent his slaves out to exterminate the frogs in the They killed frogs until no more frogs remained. They returned, saying, "Sir, the frogs are done with." That night the chief slept well, and he slept well for many nights thereafter. He was pleased with life.
  4. But in the marshes, the mosquitoes began to rise in swarms because there were no frogs to eat their larvae. They came into the village. They came into the chief's house and bit him. They made his life a misery. The people of the village suffered. So the chief ordered his slaves to go out and kill mosquitoes. The slaves went out, they tried, but the mosquitoes were too numerous. They continued to plague the village. The chief called his counsellors. He scolded them, saying, "When I asked you about killing the frogs, you answered, 'It is good.' Why did you not say, 'If the frogs are killed the

mosquitoes will multiply? Only one of you said something for me to think about. He  said, 'All things are linked,' but I did not understand his words."

  1. The mosquito hordes made life unlivable. People left their houses and fields and went away. They went to distant places, cleared new fields, and began living again. The old village became deserted except for the chief and his family. Finally, the chief, too, took his family and went away.
  2. Because of what happened, there came to be a saying: a 'Yes, it is good' caused a village to become " In each of the questions, select the best of the four choices given

In the same paragraph 1, the lowest counsellor always?

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13.

  1. Most people consider football the most interesting sport in the world.
  2. Football………………………………………………………

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14. Our enemies blew……….the bridge to delay our advance.

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15. Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow. SCIENCE AND LITERATURE CONNECTION

  1. There was a chief in a certain village. He had many slaves. Whatever he wanted to be done, he ordered it. If it was a wise thing he wanted, his various counsellors said to him. "Yes, it is good," If it was not a wise thing, they said, just the same, "Yes, it is good," because if they disagreed with him he grew angry, saying, "What! Do you say the chief doesn't know what he is doing?" But the lowest of his counsellors never said yes or no. If the chief asked him about a certain thing he would think for a while and then reply: "All things are "
  2. It happened one time that the chief could not sleep at night because of the croaking of frogs in the marshes. Night after night he could not sleep, and decided at last that the frogs would have to be He told his counsellors what he intended to do. One by one, as usual, they applauded him, saying, "Yes, it is good." Only the lowest of the counsellors did not speak. The chief said: "You, counsellor, have you no tongue in your mouth?" The man thought for a while, then he said: "0 chief, all things are linked." The chief thought: "This man knows nothing else to say."
  3. The chief sent his slaves out to exterminate the frogs in the They killed frogs until no more frogs remained. They returned, saying, "Sir, the frogs are done with." That night the chief slept well, and he slept well for many nights thereafter. He was pleased with life.
  4. But in the marshes, the mosquitoes began to rise in swarms because there were no frogs to eat their larvae. They came into the village. They came into the chief's house and bit him. They made his life a misery. The people of the village suffered. So the chief ordered his slaves to go out and kill mosquitoes. The slaves went out, they tried, but the mosquitoes were too numerous. They continued to plague the village. The chief called his counsellors. He scolded them, saying, "When I asked you about killing the frogs, you answered, 'It is good.' Why did you not say, 'If the frogs are killed the

mosquitoes will multiply? Only one of you said something for me to think about. He  said, 'All things are linked,' but I did not understand his words."

  1. The mosquito hordes made life unlivable. People left their houses and fields and went away. They went to distant places, cleared new fields, and began living again. The old village became deserted except for the chief and his family. Finally, the chief, too, took his family and went away.
  2. Because of what happened, there came to be a saying: a 'Yes, it is good' caused a village to become " In each of the questions, select the best of the four choices given

According to paragraph 1, what type of people did the chief not like?

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16. The board chairperson presided………… the meeting in a biased manner.

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17. Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow. SCIENCE AND LITERATURE CONNECTION

  1. There was a chief in a certain village. He had many slaves. Whatever he wanted to be done, he ordered it. If it was a wise thing he wanted, his various counsellors said to him. "Yes, it is good," If it was not a wise thing, they said, just the same, "Yes, it is good," because if they disagreed with him he grew angry, saying, "What! Do you say the chief doesn't know what he is doing?" But the lowest of his counsellors never said yes or no. If the chief asked him about a certain thing he would think for a while and then reply: "All things are "
  2. It happened one time that the chief could not sleep at night because of the croaking of frogs in the marshes. Night after night he could not sleep, and decided at last that the frogs would have to be He told his counsellors what he intended to do. One by one, as usual, they applauded him, saying, "Yes, it is good." Only the lowest of the counsellors did not speak. The chief said: "You, counsellor, have you no tongue in your mouth?" The man thought for a while, then he said: "0 chief, all things are linked." The chief thought: "This man knows nothing else to say."
  3. The chief sent his slaves out to exterminate the frogs in the They killed frogs until no more frogs remained. They returned, saying, "Sir, the frogs are done with." That night the chief slept well, and he slept well for many nights thereafter. He was pleased with life.
  4. But in the marshes, the mosquitoes began to rise in swarms because there were no frogs to eat their larvae. They came into the village. They came into the chief's house and bit him. They made his life a misery. The people of the village suffered. So the chief ordered his slaves to go out and kill mosquitoes. The slaves went out, they tried, but the mosquitoes were too numerous. They continued to plague the village. The chief called his counsellors. He scolded them, saying, "When I asked you about killing the frogs, you answered, 'It is good.' Why did you not say, 'If the frogs are killed the

mosquitoes will multiply? Only one of you said something for me to think about. He  said, 'All things are linked,' but I did not understand his words."

  1. The mosquito hordes made life unlivable. People left their houses and fields and went away. They went to distant places, cleared new fields, and began living again. The old village became deserted except for the chief and his family. Finally, the chief, too, took his family and went away.
  2. Because of what happened, there came to be a saying: a 'Yes, it is good' caused a village to become " In each of the questions, select the best of the four choices given

What was the truth according to the chief?

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18.

  1. My mother was too bewildered to talk.
  2. So…………………………………………………………..

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19. Humans are liable…………………….error.

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20. When I was looking for my pen, I came……………my lost

stamp.

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21.

  1. Football and basketball are popular games in Zambia
  2. Football, together with………………………………………

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22. Our church wants to cut…………the amount spent on the Pastor's trips.

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23. No one liked the song but it soon caught…………

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24. Thieves broke into the bank safe and made……......with large sums of money.

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25. Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow. SCIENCE AND LITERATURE CONNECTION

  1. There was a chief in a certain village. He had many slaves. Whatever he wanted to be done, he ordered it. If it was a wise thing he wanted, his various counsellors said to him. "Yes, it is good," If it was not a wise thing, they said, just the same, "Yes, it is good," because if they disagreed with him he grew angry, saying, "What! Do you say the chief doesn't know what he is doing?" But the lowest of his counsellors never said yes or no. If the chief asked him about a certain thing he would think for a while and then reply: "All things are "
  2. It happened one time that the chief could not sleep at night because of the croaking of frogs in the marshes. Night after night he could not sleep, and decided at last that the frogs would have to be He told his counsellors what he intended to do. One by one, as usual, they applauded him, saying, "Yes, it is good." Only the lowest of the counsellors did not speak. The chief said: "You, counsellor, have you no tongue in your mouth?" The man thought for a while, then he said: "0 chief, all things are linked." The chief thought: "This man knows nothing else to say."
  3. The chief sent his slaves out to exterminate the frogs in the They killed frogs until no more frogs remained. They returned, saying, "Sir, the frogs are done with." That night the chief slept well, and he slept well for many nights thereafter. He was pleased with life.
  4. But in the marshes, the mosquitoes began to rise in swarms because there were no frogs to eat their larvae. They came into the village. They came into the chief's house and bit him. They made his life a misery. The people of the village suffered. So the chief ordered his slaves to go out and kill mosquitoes. The slaves went out, they tried, but the mosquitoes were too numerous. They continued to plague the village. The chief called his counsellors. He scolded them, saying, "When I asked you about killing the frogs, you answered, 'It is good.' Why did you not say, 'If the frogs are killed the

mosquitoes will multiply? Only one of you said something for me to think about. He  said, 'All things are linked,' but I did not understand his words."

  1. The mosquito hordes made life unlivable. People left their houses and fields and went away. They went to distant places, cleared new fields, and began living again. The old village became deserted except for the chief and his family. Finally, the chief, too, took his family and went away.
  2. Because of what happened, there came to be a saying: a 'Yes, it is good' caused a village to become " In each of the questions, select the best of the four choices given

What is the main role of frogs in the Inter link?

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26. Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow. SCIENCE AND LITERATURE CONNECTION

  1. There was a chief in a certain village. He had many slaves. Whatever he wanted to be done, he ordered it. If it was a wise thing he wanted, his various counsellors said to him. "Yes, it is good," If it was not a wise thing, they said, just the same, "Yes, it is good," because if they disagreed with him he grew angry, saying, "What! Do you say the chief doesn't know what he is doing?" But the lowest of his counsellors never said yes or no. If the chief asked him about a certain thing he would think for a while and then reply: "All things are "
  2. It happened one time that the chief could not sleep at night because of the croaking of frogs in the marshes. Night after night he could not sleep, and decided at last that the frogs would have to be He told his counsellors what he intended to do. One by one, as usual, they applauded him, saying, "Yes, it is good." Only the lowest of the counsellors did not speak. The chief said: "You, counsellor, have you no tongue in your mouth?" The man thought for a while, then he said: "0 chief, all things are linked." The chief thought: "This man knows nothing else to say."
  3. The chief sent his slaves out to exterminate the frogs in the They killed frogs until no more frogs remained. They returned, saying, "Sir, the frogs are done with." That night the chief slept well, and he slept well for many nights thereafter. He was pleased with life.
  4. But in the marshes, the mosquitoes began to rise in swarms because there were no frogs to eat their