(a) What is the interview?
(b) Analyse five things to be adhered to for the researcher to have a successful interview
(a) What is the research problem?
(b) Name the four sources of the research problem
(c) Explain four characteristics of the research problem
(a) What is research?
(b) Explain four benefits of conducting research
(a) What is meant by sampling techniques as used in research
(b) Briefly explain the following concepts as they are applied in sampling
1. A sample
2. Random sampling
3. Systematic sampling
4. Stratified sampling
(c) Outline the procedures of conducting an interview
(a) What is hypothesis formulation
(b) Explain four importance of hypothesis in research
(a) You have been requested by your community leader to assist in undertaking research in to identify factors affecting crop production in their area. explain the first five stages that should be followed in undertaking research
(b) Outline the demerits of research
(a) What is research design?
(b) Briefly explain any four types of research design
In 2007 form four students from Kibaigwa secondary school conducted research about road accidents between Morogoro and Dodoma. Finally they submitted report to head of school (a)What were the main three objectives of the research?
(b) Propose three methods that might be used to collect data
(c) Explain three problems that possibly faced them when collecting data
Giving examples, explain how you can conduct a field research
Data in the following table show the enrolment of form one student at mji mpya secondary school from 2006 to 2010. Carefully study them and answer the questions that follow
|Number of students||220||200||150||180||205|
(a) Present the data by using a simple bar graph
(b) Comment on the trend of enrolment
(c) Explain the advantages of the methods used in (a) above
State the difference between the following types of data
(a) Discrete and continuous
(b) Single and grouped
Read carefully the hypothetical data presented below and then answer the questions that follow. Cash crops production in Tanzania in ‘000’ tons
|Year||Types of cash crops|
(a) Represent data above using a compound bar graph
(b) How the compound bar graph is of value to you? Give three points
(c) Comment on the trend of production as observed from the graph
Read carefully the climatic data for station A presented in the table and answer the question that follow
|Temperature in 0C||26.6||26.6||26.6||26.6||26.6||26.6||27.7||27.7||28.3||28.3||27.7||27.7|
|Rainfall in mm||233||228||244||215||118||91||36||36||51||104||140||196|
I. Describe the climatic condition of station A
II. Name any two countries in the great lakes of East Africa that experience this type of climatic condition
III. Present the data graphically
Study the following data showing the production of Irish potatoes in thousands (‘000’) tonnes in three villages in Tanzania from 2000 to 2002 then answer the question that follows
(a) Construct a compound bar graph to show the production of Irish potatoes in the three villages
(b) Give three advantages and two disadvantages of the compound bar graph
(c) Suggest any other three methods which could be used to present the data provided in the table
Classify the nature of geographical data
II. The geography teacher of mtakuja secondary school obtained the following scores after marking the annual examinations of his students; 36,43,48,68,70,19,49,30,51,18,51,58,72,51,61,41,51,26
a) Find the median of the score
b) Calculate the arithmetic mean
c) Determine the mode of the score
III. Show the significance of the arithmetic mean in geographic data
Carefully study the hypothetical data provided below showing the exports of crops from Tanzania. The exports of crops in tonnes
(a) Present the data using compound bar graph (b) Explain two advantages and disadvantages of compound bar graph
(a) Explain the meaning of standard deviation
(b) Study the following data showing the age of primary school pupils at tumaini primary school and answer the question that follow; 15,8,7,6,12,5,14 and 13
I. Determine the range and median of the age of students
II. Calculate the standard deviation
The table below shows agricultural production in Tanzania from 2000 to 2003 in thousands (‘000’) tons
(a) Present the data by using grouped bar graph (b) Comment on the nature of production
QUESTION ONE (CSEE NECTA 2008)
(a) Define soil profile using the knowledge you have studied on soil.
(b) With the aid of a well labeled diagram, illustrate soil profile.
(c) Explain four (4) factors that influence the development of soil profile.
QUESTION TWO (CSEE NECTA 2007)
Explain the formation of barchans and seif dunes.
QUESTION THREE (CSEE NECTA 2009)
With the aid of diagrams, explain the types of moraines.
QUESTION FOUR (CSEE NECTA 2010)
River erosion is a continuous process. Explain the processes involved in river erosion.
QUESTION FIVE (CSEE NECTA 2011)
Soils may differ from one area to another but they share almost the same components. Describe the composition of soil.
QUESTION SIX (CSEE NECTA 2012)
(a) What is earthquake?
(b) Briefly explain five effects of an earthquake
(c) Describe four ways of reducing the risk of earthquake
QUESTION SEVEN (CSEE NECTA 2013)
With the aid of diagram explain five features formed by wave deposition
QUESTION EIGHT (CSEE NECTA 2014)
(a) Explain four mechanisms developed by plants in semi-arid regions to adapt to drought conditions
(b) Describe characteristics of the equatorial forest.
QUESTION NINE (CSEE NECTA 2015)
With the aid of well-labeled diagram, describe the internal structure of the earth