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Neco 2016 Objective & Practical Geography free Answers

Neco 2016 Objective & Practical Geography free Answers

Neco 2016 Objective & Practical / Physical Geography Answers – june/July Expo

VERIFIED NECO 2016 GEOGRAPHY PRACTICAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Monday 13th June.

Paper III & I: Objective & Practical / Physical – Geography 10:00am – 12:30pm
Paper I: Practical – Woodwork 2:00pm – 5:00pm 
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2a
i)UP [NORTH]: West DOWN [SOUTH]: East (On
Surface)
ii)Northern Hemisphere: Deflected to the right
(clockwise)
iii)Southern Hemisphere: Deflected to the left
(counter-clockwise)

3a)Metamorphic rocks are changed rocks. The rocks are formed
from pure existing igneous or sedimentary rocks which have
been changed as a result of great heat and pressure
e.g.Slate,marble,quartzite,gneiss,schist and graphite
Slate is formed from clay,marble is formed from lime
stone,quartzite is formed from sandstone

3c)Formation of Soil:Soils are formed from the disintegration of
rocks
-Domestic uses:Some rocks like granites are used for domestic
purposes e.g.grinding stones
-Tourist centres-Huge rocks masses on mountain serve as
tourist centers e.g. Olumi rock in Abeokuta and Zuma rock in
Suleja
-Sources of Metals-Rocks are sources of metals which are
derived from mines e.g.gold,silver,iron,aluminum, copper etc.
-Consturction purposes-Some rocks like granite and sandstone
are quarried and used for road,bridge and building construction

(4a)
Rainfall and temperature
(4b)
A type-Tropical rainy climates
B type-Dry climates
C type-Warm temperate rainy climate(Humid mesothermal climates)
D type-Snowy and cold climates(cold snow climates)
E type-Polar climates(ice climates)

5a)
i)focus-is the point at which the shock originates
ii)epicenter-is the point on the earth surface directly above the focus or where the shock waves fiest hit the surface

5b)
TABULATE
DIFFERENCE
earthquake
i)it is the result of distrurbance or movement within and below the earth crust
ii)it occurs below the earth crust
Vulcanicity
i)it is the process by which molten rock or magma is forced into the earth crust or surface
ii)it might occur on the earth surface

SIMILARITIES
i)they are both landform features
ii)they are both destrutive occurance
iii)they both spoils and degrades the earth surface
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7a)
-It is a source of food supply
-It is a source of firewood
-It prevents erosion
-It is a source of raw material for index

7b)
-Transportation problem:It is very hard to move goods and services from one place to another due to bad weather and others
-It causes soil erosion:Vegetative conver tend to spoil the land and cause erosion
-High cost of exploitation:There is high cost of production
-Depletion of natural forest products:It limits the use of forest products and its cultivation
-Flooding:The vegetative cover when harvested spoils the land and can lead to flooding
-Disappearance of wildlife:Many wild animals live in the forest and cannot live on a bare plain land

7c)
-Improvement of infrastructures like roads
-Planting cover of cover crops
-Curving down and subsidy to the farmers
-Afforestation
-Encouragement of afforestation

7d)
-Renewable resources are natural while non renewable resources are man made or artificial
-Renemable resources can be reversed while non renewable cannot
-Renewable resources cannot be exhausted while non renewable resources can be exhausted

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