Uniport GES 104 – This post is majorly for all the students that want to fill UNIPORT GES 104 – History and Philosophy of Science Workbook. This article will help you to confirm the answers you wish to select or you’ve selected. Also, guidelines on how you will write your GES 104 exams and possible questions you will see are also stated. GES 104 has been initiated as a compulsory course by NUC to all departments in the University of Port Harcourt and even to other schools at large. It is a course where you are been taught the History and Philosophy of Science. This is where students who may not major in Science are opportune to have knowledge of it. It is indeed a cultural heritage. Uniport does not play with GES courses as it is very compulsory that all students must pass it before graduating from the University.
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This GES 104 Part I is typically done to assist students in answering the questions from Question One to Question 30. If you’ve answered yours and want to confirm if what you’ve done is correct, you can easily check the answers below. If you’ve not answered any, you can still use this as a guideline to answer yours. But in all, we advise you read the Textbook so that you can confirm the answers provided.
Answers to 100 GES 104 Questions
- The concept of a “big bang” is supported by _________ Answer: (a) the observation that the stars are all moving apart from each other
- Our sun is ______ Answer (c) Likely to shine for approximately 5 billion years more
- The planets of the solar system ____ Answer (b) differ in composition as a function of distance from the sun
- The innermost major planets include all except _____ (d) Neptune
- The outer major planets include all except ____ (d) Mars
- The main processes which drive the hydrologic cycle include all except ____ Answer (c) Percolation
- The atmospheric layers include the following except ____ Answer: (a) Metrosphere
- The minor atmospheric constituents comprises all except ______ Answer: (c) Oxygen
- The specific physical properties of mineral species include all except ____ (d) Mantle-stone
- Adverse impact of rapid groundwater withdrawal include all except ______ Answer: (b) Rock and water cycle
- The following are classes of food except _______ Answer: (c) Body tissues
- Examples of Oligosaccharides include ______ Answer: (a) Stachyose
- Sources of protein include _____ Answer (a) Legume seeds
- Heterocyclic amino acids include all except _____ Answer (d) Valine
- Important body cations include _____ Answer: (c) Ca2+
- Environmental problems include all except _____ Answer: (d) Homeostatic equilibrium
- Which of these is not a natural causes of air pollution _____ Answer: (c) automobiles
- Global warming is called _____ Answer: (c) Greenhouse effect
- One of these is a greenhouse gas _____ Answer: (c) carbondioxide
- Waste is also called _____ Answer: (c) garbage
- Solid wastes are categorized into any of the following except _____ Answer: (a) domestic
- The following human diseases are associated with solid waste except _____ Answer: (d) Pulmonary disorder
- The collection, transport, processing, recycling or disposal of waste materials is called _____ Answer: (a) waste management
- Which of the waste-to-energy recovery method is used to convert organic materials directly into a synthetic gas (syngas) composed of carbon monoxide and hydrogen _____ Answer: (b) Gasification
- Which of the following is not a field of science _____ Answer: (a) Gemstone
- Scientific methods includes the following except _____ Answer: (b) sampling strategy
- One of the following is a basic scientific attitude _____ Answer: (a) Determinism
- Which of the following is a science contribution to technology _____ Answer: (a) Refinement of new technologies
- Which of these is the most efficient energy sources in Nigeria _____ Answer: (c) Water energy
- A situation or anything that poses a level of threat to life, health, property or environment is called _____ Answer: (c) hazard
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