Given that at the beginning of 1973, Nigeria with a birth rate of 3% per annum had a population of 75 million. This implied that in that year
A. The population increased by 2.25 million B. There were 2.25 million live births C. The government have to make provisions for 2.25 million children D. 2.25 million children were born
[A] The population increased by 2.25 million
With a given level of money income, a consumer maximizes satisfaction from the consumption of goods and services when the ____________
A. Total utility derived from each good or service is increasing at an increasing rate B. Marginal utility derived from each good or service is increasing at the same rate C. Marginal utility derived per naira spent is the same for all the goods and services D. Total utility derived from all the goods and services is large
[C] Marginal utility derived per naira spent is the same for all the goods and services
Which of the following processes removes carbon from the atmosphere?
A. Putrefaction B. Photosynthesis C. Volcanic eruption D. Burning of fuel
What is the critical limiting factor for plants below the photic zone of an aquatic ecosystem?
A. Availability of nutrients B. Availability of water C. Intensity of light D. Carbon dioxide concentration
[C] Intensity of light
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Michael is a (an)-------who does not believe in the existence of God.
A. Novice B. Atheist C. Agnosticism D. Traditionalist