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2b
i) the body is divided into head thorax and abdomen
ii) they have three pairs of [thoracic
iii) they have jointed appendages/segmented body.
2ci
Economic importance of specimen A - it dirty the
environment through the cob web.
Economic importance of specimen B -  crop
plant by eating their leaves.
2cii
it is adapted to its mode of nutrition to its mode of
nutrition because it has biting and chewing mouth part.
1f
i) Raining - Rain guage
ii) Wind speed-anemometer
iii) Humidity -Hydrometer
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erate solutions to Nigeria's most pressing institutional educational challenges. Entrants were asked to write between 2,000 and 5,000 words on the topic 'More Learning to More People: How can Nigeria be more innovative in bridging its literacy and skills gap?'. [23
A longlist was announced on 21 October 2013, [24] and the winners a week later. The joint first prize went to Kenechukwu Nneka Lily Nwagbo and Emeka Chigozie Ezekwesiri. [25][26
Upon the release of the dismal results of the May–June 2014 West African Examinations Council (WAEC) results
27] Atiku said, in a statement:
″Our country’s educational institutions are clearly not providing quality learning. Our teachers need to be taught. This situation is a new development—of the past 10 years or so. The steady decline of education in Nigeria is a reflection of our country’s relegation of education to the background of national essentialities. That is where the change must begin. Teachers are important—as important as senators and doctors. Indeed, teachers determine the quality of senators and doctors. And so, the entire country