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Q1
Figure 1 above represents a
A
pie chart.
B
flow line map.
C
dot map.
D
simple graph.
E
Q2
What is the volume of passenger traffic between IZABU and Ashama?
A
12,000
B
10,000
C
8,000
D
6,000
E
Q3
By how much is the traffic between IZABU and Anikpu more than the traffic between IZABU and Ugba?
A
1,800
B
1,700
C
1,500
D
1,200
E
Q4
Which of the following is not true of pie charts?
A
Statistics of various items can be represented on a single diagram.
B
It is often difficult to compare the component parts.
C
Data with wide extremes can be conveniently represented in a pie chart.
D
it is easy to draw.
E
Q5
What is the total population of Region A?
A
10,000
B
15,000
C
40,000
D
45,000
E
Q6
What is the total population of Region B and C?
A
100,000
B
150,000
C
160,000
D
200,000
E
Q7
What type of statistical method is used to represent the population in map X above?
A
Histogram.
B
Pie chart.
C
Proportional circle.
D
Dot map.
E
Q8

The annual range of temperature for the station is

A

60C

B

90C

C

110C

D

120C

E
Q9

Which of the following pairs of weather instruments were used to collect the data for the station?

A

A raingauge and an anemometer.

B

A wind vane and a thermometer.

C

A thermometer and a rain gauge.

D

A barometer and a rain gauge

E
Q10

What is the total output of cocoa?

A

100, 000.

B

111, 111.

C

122, 111.

D

133, 111.

E
Q11

The percentage production of palm oil is

A

20.60.

B

18.86.

C

16.67.

D

14.86.

E
Q12

The total output of cashew and cotton is

A

88,889.

B

99,999.

C

100,000

D

110,000

E
Q13
The total annual rainfall for the station is
A
210mm
B
300mm
C
2500mm
D
2520mm
E
Q14

The mean annual temperature for the station is

A

25.0C

B

22.0C

C

20.8C

D

2.0C

E
Q15

What is the annualtemperature range for the station X?

A

2C

B

3C

C

4C

D

5C

E
Q16
Temperature statistics can best be represented with
A
line graphs.
B
pie graphs.
C
dot maps.
D
density maps.
E
Q17

The figure 1 is known as

A

simple bar graph.

B

divided bar graph.

C

percentage bar graph.

D

group bar graph.

E
Q18

The greatest advantage of the Figure 1 is that it

A

makes for easy comparim of the date represented.

B

shows the total value of the data represented.

C

shows the percentage decrease in the value of the date represented.

D

is very easy to construct.

E
Q19
Which of the following countries produced the least number of motor cars in 1963?
A
Britain.
B
America.
C
Italy.
D
Japan.
E
Q20
The difference between the number of motor cars produced by Britain and Italy in 1960 is
A
92 million.
B
83 million.
C
63 million.
D
43 million.
E
Q21

The Figure 1 is a

A

wind rose.

B

pie chart.

C

proportional circle.

D

divided proportional circle.

E
Q22

The total value of theworld's export commodities represented in Fig. 1 is

A

1, 000, 000 metric tons.

B

1, 250, 000 metric tons.

C

2, 678, 000 metric tons.

D

2, 780, 000 metric tons.

E
Q23

What percentage of the world's export commodities in Figure 1 is represented by crude oil?

A

54.4%

B

42.8%

C

32.47%

D

23.74%

E
Q24

In which of the following ways can the data shown in Figure 1 be represented?

A

Simple bar graph.

B

Proportional circle.

C

Dot map.

D

Chloropleth.

E
Q25

What is the mean monthly temperature of station Z?

A

25C

B

27.5C

C

28.5C

D

33C

E
Q26
How many months of dry season has the station?
A

4

B

5

C

7

D

8

E
Q27

The annual rainfall amount for the station is

A

72.6 mm.

B

299 mm.

C

302 mm.

D

871 mm.

E
Q28

The annual range of temperature for the station is

A

15C

B

14C

C

13C

D

12C

E

11C

Q29

The mean monthly temperature is

A

15.55C

B

16.61C

C

17.67C

D

18.88C

E

19.56C

Q30
The annual rainfall in millimetres is
A
687.
B
786.
C
867.
D
887.
E
975.