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MOTION: Motion is the change in position of an object. Types of Motion 1.Translatory motion 2.Rotational motion 3.Random motion 4.Oscillatory (vibrating) motion Translatory Motion Is the motion movement of an object from one position to another. e.g. (i) A wheel of a moving car (ii) A falling stone (iii) A coin rolling down a plane […]

Moment & Equilibrium

MOMENT Moment: Can be defined as the turning or rotating effect of an object. Moment of a Force about a point This can be defined as the product of the force and the perpendicular distances from the point to the line of action of the force. The point where a body is caused to rotate […]


PRESSURE This can be defined as the force acting normally per unit area. Unit of pressure is or pascal Pressure in solid Pressure in a solid object Varies inversely as surface area Pressure when area increases pressure decreases when area decreases pressure increases Characteristics of solid pressure – pressure increases as force increases and vice […]


FRICTION This is the force acting along the surface of separation of two bodies in contact and tends to oppose the motion of one over the other. Types of friction – Solid friction – Fluid friction(liquid or gas friction) Types of solid friction – Limiting friction – Kinetic friction – Static friction – rolling friction […]


LABOUR: Labour can be defined as all human efforts of any land, either skilled or unskilled, mental or manual, directed towards the production of goods and services. MARKET It can be defined as any point of contacts where transactions takes places. LABOUR MARKET Is defined as a market which buyers and sellers of labour are […]

cell structure

Definition: Cell can be defined as the structural and functional basic unit of life. The study of a cell is known as cytology. A cell contains protoplasm recognized as the physical basis of life. Cell theory 1. All living organisms are composed of one or more cells 2. A cell is the basic unit of […]

Separation Techniques

Definition: Separation technique is a method used or applied in separating constituents of mixtures. Separation of constituent mixtures depends on the following physical properties of mixtures namely 1. Difference in sizes 2. Difference in solubility 3. Difference in density 4. Difference in the speed of constituent in a medium 5. Difference in boiling point and […]


MACHINE Machine – can be defined as device that make work to be done more conviniently  machine –> can also be defined as a device which allow force called an effort applied at one point to overcome another force called the load applied at the same other point. Types of machine 1st class machine – […]


Meaning & Scope of Economics Types & Features of Economics Theory of Economics Analysis Theory of Demand Theory of Supply Price Determination Consumer Behaviour Theory of Production Theory of Cost Market Structure & Revenue Concept Labour Market National Income Money & Banking Non-Bank Financial Intermidiaries Inflation Public Finance Economic Development & Growth International Trade & […]


Indices Logrithms Surds Quadratic & Simultaneous Equations Profit & Loss Sales Simple & Compound Interest Ratio, Proportion & Percentage Algebraic Fraction Inequality Variation Sets Theory Partial Fraction Polynomials Bearing & Distance Angle of Elevation & Depression Solution to Triangles Binary Operations Circle Geometry Euclidean Geometry Co-ordinate Geometry Longitude & Latitude Permutation & Combination Mensuration Probability […]


Living & Non-living Things Organization of Life Cell Structure Evolution Among Animal Kingdom Evolution Among Plant Kingdom Mode of Nutrition Animal Kingdom Plant Kingdom Mammalian Elementary Canal / Digestive system Reproductive system Tissue & Supportive System in Animal Tissue & Supportive System in Plant Transport / Circulatory in Animals Transpot / Circulatory System in Plants […]


measurement & unit Newton’s law of motion Properties of Materials Density & Upthrust Pressure Moment & Equilibrum Machine Friction Work, Energy & Power Expansion of Material Temperature & Measurement Heat Transfer Specific Heat Capacity Change of State of Substance Vapour & Vapour pressure Gas Laws Reflection by Plane Surface Reflection by Curved Surface Refraction by […]


Separation Techniques Chemical Combination Kinetics Theory of Matter Gas Laws Structures of Atoms Chemical Bonding Periodics Table Chemical Reactions State of Matter Energy Changes during Chemical reaction Rate of Chemical reaction Acids, Bases & Salts Oxidation & Reduction Non-metal: Hydrogen, Oxygen, Halogens, Nitrogen, Sulphur, Phosphorus, Carbon & Silicon Metals & their Compound: Sodium, Potassium, Calcium, […]

Government Terms & Concept O, P, Q, R.

 OMBUDSMAN: An officer in the government who is independent of the executive, andean hear complaints or appeals from citizen concerning alleged or proven injustices committed by the executive.  O.A.U.: An African organization comprising all sovereign and independent state in African and was formed in 1963 with the name organization of African Unity and the name […]

Governmental Terms & Concept I, J, K, L, M, N.

IMPEACHMENT: This is a process of removing an elected lead or a representative of the executive arm by the legislative body. IMPERIALISM: A new form of colonialisation that involves the dominating of the economically sector of a particular sate by another state. INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE: Is the judiciary arm for the U.N.O. and located […]


Basic  Concept on Government Govermental Terms & Concept A, B, C Principle of Government Govermental Terms & Concept D, E, F, G,  Forms of Government Institution/Organs of Government Governmental Terms & Concept I, J, K, L. Structure of Governance System of Government Governmental Terms & Concept O, P, Q, R. Political Ideologies Nigerian Constitutions Political […]