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## SS2 Mathematics Third Term: Cumulative Frequency Graph

Cumulative Frequency Graphs: What is it? Cumulative frequency is the running total of the frequencies. On a graph, it can be represented by a cumulative frequency polygon, where straight lines join up the points, or a cumulative frequency curve. Example Frequency: Cumulative Frequency: 4 4 6 10 (4 + 6) 3 13 (4 + 6 […]

## JSS1 Computer Science Third Term: Screen Pointing Devices

Introduction A pointing device can be define as any hardware component that allows the user to input spatial data into the computer using physical gesture such as point click and drag. Types Of Pointing Devices There are several pointing devices which are Mouse: Mouse is an input device that is used for controlling the cursor

## JSS1 Physical Health Education Third Term: Javelin Throw For Women at Olympics

Javelin Throw for Women at Olympics Javelin throw is a field athletics event contested at international competitions. Javelin is a spear-like object made from fiber glass or metal. In the event, a javelin is thrown from a specified point on the competition ground to a distance. In the ancient days, javelin was used as a

## JSS1 Mathematics Third Term: Three Dimensional Shapes

Three-dimensional Shapes Nearly everything that we can see and touch takes up space. These things are either gases, liquids or solids. You will study some of the properties of liquids and gases in science. Most solids, or three-dimensional shapes, such as stones and trees, have rough and irregular shape. This usually occurs in nature. However, some three-dimensional shapes, such as

## JSS2 Social Studies Third Term: Storage

Definition of Storage Storage can be defined as the means of storing things for future use. It is  act of putting something that is not being used in a place where it is available, where it can be kept safely, etc. : the act of storing something Things we store Things we store are: Perishable

## JSS2 English Language Third Term: Letter Writing and Verb Types

Letter Writing Letter writing is an essential skill. Despite the prevalence of emails and text messages, everyone has to write letters at some point. Letters of complaint, job applications, thank you letters, letters requesting changes or making suggestions — the list goes on and on. Letter writing is part of the required curriculum in schools. It

## JSS1 Home Economics Third Term: The Impact of Family Values on Lifestyle

WHAT IS VALUE? Value is the worth placed on item, Values are beliefs, feelings or ideas of what is important, desirable and good. Lifestyle is the particular way of life of a person, family or a nation. TYPES OF VALUES INTRINSIC VALUES: These are values that are important for their own sake. Examples are, love, freedom,

## JSS1 Physical Health Education Third Term: Shot Put for Women at Olympics

Introduction Shot put is a throwing event, which involves throwing a metallic ball at a distance from a specified position. The origin of the shot put event is Scotland. The ball thrown during the event is generally made from heavy metal. The launching area is a circle with 7 feet diameter. The distance of the

## SS1 Government Third Term: Political Parties

Meaning of Political Party A political party is an organization of people of like-minds united by the common desire to obtain the mandate of an electoral constituency to form and operate a government. TYPES OF POLITICAL PARTY Mass parties: These are political parties that are structured to allow as many citizens as possible to take membership.

## SS 1 Government Third Term: Citizenship- Ways Of Losing Citizenship

WAYS OF LOSING CITIZENSHIP Through disloyalty: A naturalized citizen can lose his citizenship if his activities are prejudicial to the country’s corporate existence Supporting Another country: If a citizen is found supporting another country engaged in war with his country, his citizenship may be deprived him Imprisonment: The individual can also lose his citizenship if within

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