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JAMB/Economics/1997
One of the fundamental differences between a capitalist and a socialist economy is that while __________
A. The former is characterized by complete government ownership of resources, the latter is characterized by complete private ownership B. In the former, prices act as signal in the application of resources, it is the central authority that performs this function in the latter C. Taxes are levied in a capitalist economy, there is no taxation in a socialist economy D. Income and wealth are equally distributed in the socialist economy, this is not so in a capitalist economy
[B] In the former, prices act as signal in the application of resources, it is the central authority that performs this function in the latter

JAMB/Economics/1997
One of the objectives of Nigeria's current population policy is to ________
A. Reduce the birth rate B. Reduce the emigration rate C. Increase the birth rate D. Enhance longevity
[A] Reduce the birth rate

WAEC/Christian religious studies/2004
​​​​​​The love of God for humanity especially for sinners, is clearly manifested in the parable of the 
A. Sower. B. Mustard seed. C. Lost coin. D. Good Samaritan.
[C] Lost coin.

WAEC/Christian religious studies/2003
The two worthless sons of samuel were 
A. Joel and Abihu B. Nadad and Abihu C. Joel and Abijah D. Gershem and Abijah
[C] Joel and Abijah

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NPA/English language/2002
What is traditional way of earning a livelihood of the Kenya people?
A. Pastoral farming B. Nonnadic herding C. Fanning the semi-desert plains of Kenya D. None of the above
[B] Nonnadic herding

NPA/English language/2002
The chairperson was absent someone else ¬¬__________ for him
A. Stood in B. Deputised C. Helped D. Mimicked
[A] Stood in

NDA/Biology/2006
Natality is ecology in synonymous with
A. Birth rate B. Death rate C. Migration rate D. Emigration rate
[A] Birth rate

NDA/Government/1997
General sani Abacha is the...... military regime in Nigeria
A. Seventh B. Eighth C. Tenth D. Sixth
[D] Sixth