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SS1 Chemistry Third Term: Oxides of Carbon

Introduction Carbon forms two important oxides, namely  carbon (iv) oxide and carbon (ii) oxide. The atmosphere contains about 0.03% by volume of carbon(iv) oxide. A small percentage of carbon (iv) oxide is found in the dissolved form of water. In the combined form, it is found mainly as metallic trioxocarbonates(iv) and hydrogen trioxocarbonates (iv) in

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SS1 Financial Accounting Third Term: Bad Debts Recovered

What are Bad Debts Recovered Sometimes, it so happens that the bad   debts previously written off get recovered. When this happens, the amount so recovered is a gain and hence   credited to the bad debt recovered account. Such recovered debts are known as Bad Debt Recovered. When bad debts are recovered from debtors

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JSS2 English Language Third Term: Spoken English /θ/ and /ð/ and Skill Focus: Planning an Interview

/θ/ and /ð/ In this unit, we practise some more sounds that cause a lot of difficulty to some learners, /θ/ and /ð/. They are called ‘th’ sounds because they are both spelled in this way. If you are not sure that you are pronouncing either of the ‘th’ sounds well, make the tip of your

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JSS2 Business Studies Third Term: Wages and Salaries Unit

Meaning of Wages and Salaries Wages: It is a fixed regular payment, typically paid on a daily or weekly basis, made by an employer to an employee, especially to a manual or unskilled worker. It is a payment made by business organization for work done or service rendered. Wage payment is always based on Piece rate:

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JSS2 Agricultural Science Third Term: Forest and Forest Uses

Forest A forest can be defined as an area of land set aside for the production of timber and other forest  products. It consists of a group of trees and community of many other living organisms including animals. Forest can be defined as a large area of land covered with trees and brushes, either growing wild

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SS2 Mathematics Third Term: Statistics- Calculation of Class Boundaries and Intervals

Class Boundaries: Class Boundaries are the midpoints between the upper class limit of a class and the lower class limit of the next class in the sequence. Therefore, each class has an upper and lower class boundary.  Example: Class Frequency 200 – 299 12 300 – 399 19 400 – 499 6 500 – 599

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