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2023 WAEC GCE Literature-In-English (Prose and Objective) Answers

2023 WAEC GCE LITERATURE OBJ AND THEORY ANSWERS
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The Time Of  WAEC GCE LITERATURE PROSE | LITERATURE Objective | LITERATURE DRAMA & POTERY

Tuesday, 28th, November, 2023
Literature-In-English 2 (Prose) – 9:30am – 10:45am
Literature-In-English 1 (Objective) – 10:45am – 11:45am

Thursday, 30th November, 2023
Literature-In-English 3 (Drama & Poetry) – 2:00pm – 4:30pm

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Take a look at some of the 2023 WAEC GCE questions and answers we’ve already provided for Agricultural Science below. Many students/candidates who regularly visit our site find helpful answers for the Agricultural Science Practical subjects. You too can get yours for free.

(1a)
A – Clay soil
B- Sandy soil

(1b)
Sandy

(1ci)
Cylinder A:
Percentage of water retained = (Water collected / Water added) x 100
= (10 cm³ / 30 cm³) x 100
= 33.33%

(1cii)
Cylinder B:
Percentage of water retained = (Water collected / Water added) x 100
= (25 cm³ / 30 cm³) x 100
= 83.33%

(1d)
(PICK ANY TWO FROM EACH)
A – wheat, barley, oats

B – Carrots, radishes, sweet potatoes

NO.4

I. The ovary produces eggs and hormones like estrogen and progesterone.

II. Ureters transport urine from the kidneys to the bladder.

III. The uterus provides a nurturing environment for fetal development during pregnancy.

IV. The cervix connects the uterus to the vagina and allows the passage of menstrual blood and sperm.

V. The vulva serves as the external genitalia, including the labia and clitoris.

(3a)
The plant population of groundnut can be determined by using the formula:

Plant Population = Area of Farmland / Spacing

In the table, the area of farmland for groundnut is given as 3 hectares, and the spacing is given as 1m * 0.5m.

First, let’s convert the area from hectares to square meters (1 hectare = 10,000 square meters):

Area of Farmland (in square meters) = 3 hectares × 10,000 square meters/hectare

=30,000 square meters

Now, we can use the formula:

Plant Population = 30,000 square meters / (1m × 0.5m)

Plant Population = 30,000 square meters / 0.5 square meters

Plant Population = 60,000

So, the plant population of groundnut is 60,000.

(3b)
To calculate the expected plant population for maize, we will use the formula:

Plant Population= (Area of Farmland)/(Spacing) × Germination Percentage

Given that the area of farmland for maize is 5 hectares (50000 square meters) and the spacing is 1m×1m, the formula becomes:

Plant Population= (50000/1×1) ×0.9
= 45000

(3c)
(i) Temperature
(ii) Sunlight
(iii) Rainfall

(3d)
(i) Crop rotation
(ii) Weed control

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