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GEOGRAPHY OBJ:
1-10: BBCBEDBABB
11-20: ADDCDBEEBC
21-30: ADEAAADCDD
31-40: CDEAABDECE
41-50: DEBCADCCAA
51-60: ECEEECEBCE
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(2a)
-It determines a year:The time taken by the earth to move around the sun or complete its orbit is fixed at 365(1/4)days

-It causes chnage in seasons:Areas like the west /Nigeria might have rainy season while other areas have dry season while the north or temperate region might be in winter or summer

-It causes varying day and night at different times of the year.The length of day and night depend in the earth and it position with the sun

-It causes changes in the attitude or height of the sun result in equinox and solstices

(2b)
-Crust(Lithosphere)
-Mantle(Mesophere)
-Core(Barysphere)

===================================== 3a)Metamorphic rocks are created by the
physical or chemical alteration by heat and
pressure of an existing igneous or
sedimentary material into a denser form.
Due to the action of plate tectonics,
compression, stress and shearing forces
over long periods of time, rocks can be
essentially warped and deformed, causing
them to be compacted into a smaller volume
of space. As a consequence, metamorphic
rocks are always more dense than their
original material, and also much less
susceptible to erosional breakdown. As the
Earth's plates move over geologic time, a
plate containing igneous or sedimentary
rock may become subducted under another
plate. The sheer weight of the material (wapbaze. Com
above it can cause the rock to undergo
metamorphism. In some cases, heat from
the Earth's interior can melt the rock
slightly, in a process termed "contact
metamorphism." Examples of metamorphic
rocks are schist (converted basalt),
quartzite (compressed sandstone), and
marble (compressed limestone or dolomite).

(3b)
-Mountains:Mountains are formed when rocks subjected to contractic or compressional forces which are chemical,physical or other factors

-Plateux:This is formed when rocks are subjected to mass wasting or mass movement

-Plains:Rocks helps to form plains when sediments are bedded or stratified


(3c)
-Sources of minerals
-Sources of fuel
-Construction purposes
-Tourist centres
-Sources of food nutrient

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(4a)
Rainfall and temperature

(4b)
A type-Tropical rainy climates
B type-Dry climates
C type-Warm temperate rainy climate(Humid mesothermal climates)
D type-Snowy and cold climates(cold snow climates)
E type-Polar climates(ice climates)

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(5a)
-Focus:Is the point at which the shock originates

-Epicenter:Is the point on the earth's surface directly above the focus or where the shock waves first hit the surface

(5b)
TABULATE
Earthquake:

-It is the result of disturbance or movement within and below the earth's crust
-It occurs below the earth crust

Vulcanicity:
-It is the process by which molten rock or magma is forced into the earth's crust or surface

-It might occur in the earth surface

Similarities:
-They are both landform features

-They are both destructive occurence

-They both spoils and degrades the earth's surface



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GEOGRAPHY OBJ:
1-10: BBCBEDBABB
11-20: ADDCDBEEBC
21-30: ADEAAADCDD
31-40: CDEAABDECE
41-50: DEBCADCCAA
51-60: ECEEECEBCE
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