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Those who are familiar with it will tell you that Ludo, like human life itself, is a game both of chance and skill. You need skill in deciding how to make the most advantageous use of the figures that turn up on the die when you cast it. Since each player has at least four alternative ways of using his figures, two players with equal luck may fare differently, depending on how cleverly each one uses his figures. The element of luck, again as in human life, plays a dominant role however. For no matter how skilful a player may be in using the figures he gets on the die, he has a slim chance of winning if he continually throws low figures. While a combination of ones and twos may be useful in checking the advance of one’s opponents, it will not take one home fast enough to win. On the other hand, consistent throws of sixes and fives, with even the very minimum of skill, will help a player to home all his four counters before any of the three other players, unless, of course, he has no idea of the game at all.
1 According to the passage, Ludo is
A.more a game of skill than of chance B.more a game of luck that of skill
C.equally a game of chance and skill D.a game entirely of luck.

A

B

C

D



2. It is implied in the passage that two players may fare equally if they
A. have equal luck
B. apply similar skill to figures
C. apply similar skill to similar figures
D. have equal skill.

A

B

C

D



3. It is implied in the passage, that in Ludo threes and fours are
A. very high throws
B. medium throws
C. low throws
D. very low throws.

A

B

C

D



4. According to the passage, a player with consistently high throws will
A.almost certainly win a game
B.certainly win a game
C.almost certainly not win a game
D.deliberately not win a game.

A

B

C

D



5. In the passage, the possession of skill specifically enables a player to
A. win
B. throw good figures
C. use his figures efficiently
D. check his opponents efficienctly

A

B

C

D



. In questions 6 to 10 choose the word(s) or phrase which best fills the gap(s)

6. Jibril found that thieves had entered his house in his absence. He went to the police to report the ..........…
A. break out
B. break up
C. break in
D. break into

A

B

C

D



7. After the accused was found guilty by the court, his counsel…........... Before sentence was passed.
A. begged for mercy
B. made a please for mitigation
C. made an ovation
D. made a plea for Migation.

A

B

C

D



8. Four persons accused of currency…........... are being held by the security agents
A. traficking
B. traviking
C. trafficking
D. traffiking.

A

B

C

D



9. You had to stand in the corridor all the way? Poor you I don’t suppose you enjoyed the journey.........…?
A. don’t you
B. did you
C. didn’t you
D. don’t I.

A

B

C

D



10. No wonder those plants are dying. They.........… any water for ages!
A. didn’t have
B. hadn’t
C. haven’t had
D. haven’t

A

B

C

D


ECONOMICS
1. 1.If one orange costs 20k and one kilogram of beef costs N10.00, the opportunity cost of one kilogram of beef is:br A.50 orange:br B. 10 orange:br C. 5 orange:br D. N9.80

A

B

C

D



2. In economic life. Choice among alternative depend on the :br A.Income of the decision make:br B. Scarcity of resources:br C.Scale of preference of the decision maker :br D.Status of the decision maker

A

B

C

D



One of the major advantage of specialization is that :br A.The worker becomes a tender of machines:br B.It causes more employment of labour:br C. Less machinery is required for production :br D.The worker waster less time between operation

A

B

C

D



4. Which of the following reward is associated with entrepreneurship as a factor of production?:br A. Salaries :br B. Profits :br C. Interests:br D. Rent

A

B

C

D



5. A firm achieves least-cost in production by substitu tion factors until:br A. Their prices are equal:br B the ratio of their marginal-physical-products equals the ratio of their prices:br C. Their marginal-physical-products are each equal to their factor prices:br D. Their marginal-phsical-products are each equal to zero

A

B

C

D



6. Economics of scale operate only when :br A.Marginal cost is falling with input :br B.Average cost is falling with output:br C. Fixed cost is variable :br D.Variable cost is less than fixed cost

A

B

C

D



7. A Situation in which all inputs are doubled and output also doubles is known as
A. Constant proportion :br B. Constant returns:br C. Increasing returns to scale:br D. Constant returns to scale

A

B

C

D



8. At the point of profit maximization by a firm, marginal cost is
A. Minimum
B. Falling
C. Constant
D. Rising

A

B

C

D



9. If an increase in income induces a reduction the demand for beans, beans can be referred to as
A. A normal good
B. An inferior good
C. A substitute
D. A giffen good

A

B

C

D



10. The tailoring service is competitive partly because it consists of a large number of
A. Large-scale enterprises
B. Medium scale enterprise
C. Small scale enterprises
D. Government-owned enterprises

A

B

C

D


ACCOUNT
1. On November 1, 1998, Zaria Holdings owed N 13,600 in respect of creditor. On November 15, it purchased goods worth N69,000 and paid a cheques of N51,600. On No- vember 29, one of the Holdings’ cheque’s worth N3,000 was returned while the creditor granted N1,500 discount. The amount owed by Zaria Holdings as at November 29 is
A. N32,5000
B. N32,000
C. N31,000
D. N29,500

A

B

C

D



2. To write off bad debt, debit A.Debtor’s account and credit provision for bad debt.
B.Bad debt account and credit debtor’s account.
C.Debtor’ account and credit bad debt.
D. Provision for bad debt.

A

B

C

D



3. In order to make the cash book balance equal to the bank statement, it is usual to add
A. Uncredited cheques.
B. Direct payments by bank
C. Bank charges
D. Unpresented cheques.

A

B

C

D



4. The main object of book keeping is to record economic.
A. Transactions systematically for routine managerial decision making.
B.Events clearly to ensure adequate checks and bal- ances
C. Events clearly to facilitate strategic managerial de- cision-making
D. Transactions systematically to ascertain the finan- cial position of a business.

A

B

C

D



5. Which of the following is an example of intangible as- set?
A. Trade debtors
B. Stock of goods
C. trade creditors
D. Motor vehicles

A

B

C

D



6. A source document that aids the ascertainment of amount paid out of a current is the
A. Teller
B. Cheque stub
C. Cheque
D. teller stub

A

B

C

D



7. Which of the following errors will affect the trial bal- ance totals?
A.Posting discount allowed to the debit side of the discount allowed account.
B.Omission of one account from the list when ex- tracting from the ledgers.
C.Failure to post sales of N 2,000 and purchases of N 2,000 from subsidiary ledgers.
D.Omission of sales of N 3,000 and purchase of N2,000. .

A

B

C

D



8. An expense account is closed by a debit to
A.An asset account and credit to the expense account.
B.The expense account and a credit to an asset account.
C.Profit and loss account and a credit to the expense account.
D. The expense account and a credit to profit and loss account.

A

B

C

D



9. The accounting convention which stipulates that money or goods taken from the business by the owner for per- sonal use should be treated as deductions from capital is
A. Cost
B. Prudence
C. Consistency
D. Entity

A

B

C

D



10. When a customer’s cheque is returned unpaid in a debtor’s control accounting system, the treatment will be
A. debit bank, credit customer and credit control account.
B.credit bank, debit customer and debit control account.
C. debit customer, credit control account and credit bank.
D.credit control account, debit bank and debit customer.

A

B

C

D


MATHEMATICS
1. If Musa scored 75 in Biology instead of 57, his average mark in four subjects would have been 60. what was his total mark?

A. 282
B. 240
C. 222
D. 210

A

B

C

D



2. Divide the L.C.M. of 48, 64 and 80 by their H.C.F

A. 20
B. 30
C. 48
D. 60

A

B

C

D



3. Find the smallest number by which 252 can be multiplied to obtain a perfect square

A. 2
B. 3
C. 5
D. 7

A

B

C

D



4. Udoh deposited #150 00 in the bank. At the end of 5 years the simple interest on the principal was #55 00. At what rate per annum was the interest paid?

A. 11%
B. 71/3%
C. 5%
D. 31/2%

A

B

C

D



5. A number of pencils were shared out among Bisi, Sola and Tunde in the ratio 2:3:5 respectively. If Bisi got 5, how many were shared out?

A. 15
B. 25
C. 30
D. 50

A

B

C

D



6. In 1984, Ike was 24 years old and is father was 45 years old in what year was Ike exactly half his father’s age?

A. 1982
B. 1981
C. 1979
D. 1978

A

B

C

D



7. If x varies directly as y3 and x = 2 when y = 1, find x when y = 5

A. 2
B. 10
C. 125
D. 250

A

B

C

D



8. Simplify. 1/ 5x +5 + 1/7x + 7

A.12/35+7
B.1/35(x+1)
C. 12x/35(x+1)
D. 12/35x + 35

A

B

C

D



9. Find the values of x which satisfy the equation 16x – 5x 4x + 4 = 0

A.1 and 4
B.–2 and 2
C.0 and 1
D.1 and 0

A

B

C

D



10. A regular polygon on n sides has 1600 as the size each interior. Find n.
A. 18
B. 16
C. 14
D. 12

A

B

C

D



A

B

C

D


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