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E-Exam Past Questions: GST105 - History & Philosophy of Science

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E-Exam Past Questions: GST105 - History & Philosophy of Science

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Q1 The simple meaning of Australopithecus is _________________

Southern Ap e

Q2 Which stage of evolution did the HOMO looked very much like modern man? ____________

Homo Sapien

Q3 At what stage of evolution did man began to control fire and fashion advanced tools

Homo Erectus

Q4 According to the theory of evolution, man might have evolved from the following except____________

God

Q5 According to the evolutionist, man originated from _____________

Africa

Q6 Which of the following is a characteristics of evolution. ____________

It involves struggle for survival

Q7 The principle of Gravitational attraction which answers the questions of earlier scientists was formulated by _______

Issac Newton

Q8 The honour of inventing a scientific instrument called the telescope goes to ________

Galileo

Q9 According to history, the first great change in scientific outlook after the renaissance was made by a Polish mathematician and astronomers called __________

Nicolaus Copern icus

Q10 The Nigerian scientist whose name appear in the history book of internet was _____

Philip Emeagwa li

Q11 The geologist who propounded the idea of gradualism in evolution is called ______

James Hutton

Q12 __________ is the remains or body impressions of dead organism that lived is the past

fossils

Q13 The belief that each kind of animal and plant had remained unchanged since creation is called

doctrine of fixed creationi sm

Q14 The progressive change of living things through ages and time is called ___________

evolution

Q15 The basic type of food needed by man include all the following except_____

vitamin

Q16 One of the following is given off during photosynthesis. It is ___________

oxygen-oxide

Q17 Among the ancient settlement, Tigris and Euphrates valley is found in ________

babylonia

Q18 Agricultural production depend on all the following except______

sola r energy

Q19 _____ is not part of primitive agriculture

seasoning

Q20 True experiment science, free from philosophy and religion emerged in the

16th and 17th century

Q21 An Italian monk who taught alongside Albert the great at University of Paris in the 12th century was

Thomas Aquina s

Q22 Historically rebirth or revival of learning was started in Italy by three scholars called _________, __________ and ________

Dante, Petrarch and Boccacc io

Q23 The spirit of questioning old beliefs and forming new opinions was described as ___________

renaissance

Q24 What is the difference between the renaissance men and the men of dark of ages in term of attitude. It is ___________

men of dark ag es were satisfied and did not ask question

Q25 The food that man eat are derived from ______

plant and animal

Q26 The sun supplies solar energy while the plants provide _______

oxygen

Q27 Man's existence is sustained through biological reproduction and ________

utilization of natural resources from his enviroment

Q28 The founder of the Geometric Machine Corporation and a consultant to North Atlantic Treaty Organization is _____

Bartholom ew Nnaji

Q29 Yangte is a river found in _________

China

Q30 Which of these is most useful to the plant during photosynthesis. ___________

carbondioxide





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Re: E-Exam Past Questions: GST105 - History & Philosophy of Science

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Q31 The interdependence between man and plant in their air consumption is called______

symbiosis

Q32 ______ is a simpler form of sugar which is derived from carbondioxide, water and sunlight

glucose

Q33 Yankari Game Reserve is located in ________ state

Bauchi

Q34 Which of these sphere is not part of the layers in the atmosphere ___________

xtratosphere

Q35 In which of these vegetation is farming difficult. ___________

tundra

Q36 Temperate rain forest can be found can be found in ________

USA and China

Q37 The theory that state that the earth is the center of the universe and all other heavenly bodies move round it. This theory is called __________

Geocentric

Q38 A scientist who used his primitive microscopic in 1665 to observe that plant materials have cellular structure was __________

Robert Hooke

Q39 The combination of two hydrogen atom and one atom of oxygen will produce __________

wa ter

Q40 Who among the following scientists will receive the honour of revolution in chemistry. It goes to

Antoine L aurent Lavoisier

Q41 Which of these may not constitute environmental pollution

crude oi l

Q42 ____ is a substance whose presence in the air is harmful?

pollutant

Q43 Which of these gases is an air pollutant?

carbom monox ide

Q44 _____ refers to the release of substances or energy into the environment in quantities which are harmful to man and other living things

pollution

Q45 Envoronmental assault such as constant flaring of gas may happen to one of these communities

Ogoni

Q46 In which year was the cellular phone introduced? ___

1979

Q47 Which of these diseases is not associated with the radioactive particles from atomic bomb

diabete s

Q48 All the following are facts about atomic bombs except ____

part of the radioactive element can be used to cure cancer

Q49 All these constitute water pollution except ___

oxygen transfor mation

Q50 The bombing of Japanese cities during the second world war in 1945 was carried out by the ___

America ns

Q51 Hiroshima was a popular town in ____

Japan

Q52 Which of these towns were destroyed by atomic bombs during the 2nd world war

Nagasaki

Q53 Which of the following is not an effect of climate change

desertification

Q54 ___ refers to absorbing and returning of heat to the earth's surface due to green house gases

global warming

Q55 Which of these is not a green house gas

neon

Q56 The threat to climate arises from the retention of a level of _____ in the atmosphere

carbondioxide

Q57 ____ is a collection of various computer networks linked together and communicating by a common protocol

internet

Q58 The term ENIAC simply means _____

Electronic Numeral Intergrator and Computer

Q59 The first electronic digital computer was assembled in the year ____

1946

Q60 The first communication satelite called "Echos" was launched by the _____

United state





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Q31 The interdependence between man and plant in their air consumption is called______

symbiosis

Q32 ______ is a simpler form of sugar which is derived from carbondioxide, water and sunlight

glucose

Q33 Yankari Game Reserve is located in ________ state

Bauchi

Q34 Which of these sphere is not part of the layers in the atmosphere ___________

xtratosphere

Q35 In which of these vegetation is farming difficult. ___________

tundra

Q36 Temperate rain forest can be found can be found in ________

USA and China

Q37 The theory that state that the earth is the center of the universe and all other heavenly bodies move round it. This theory is called __________

Geocentric

Q38 A scientist who used his primitive microscopic in 1665 to observe that plant materials have cellular structure was __________

Robert Hooke

Q39 The combination of two hydrogen atom and one atom of oxygen will produce __________

wa ter

Q40 Who among the following scientists will receive the honour of revolution in chemistry. It goes to

Antoine L aurent Lavoisier

Q41 Which of these may not constitute environmental pollution

crude oi l

Q42 ____ is a substance whose presence in the air is harmful?

pollutant

Q43 Which of these gases is an air pollutant?

carbom monox ide

Q44 _____ refers to the release of substances or energy into the environment in quantities which are harmful to man and other living things

pollution

Q45 Envoronmental assault such as constant flaring of gas may happen to one of these communities

Ogoni

Q46 In which year was the cellular phone introduced? ___

1979

Q47 Which of these diseases is not associated with the radioactive particles from atomic bomb

diabete s

Q48 All the following are facts about atomic bombs except ____

part of the radioactive element can be used to cure cancer

Q49 All these constitute water pollution except ___

oxygen transfor mation

Q50 The bombing of Japanese cities during the second world war in 1945 was carried out by the ___

America ns

Q51 Hiroshima was a popular town in ____

Japan

Q52 Which of these towns were destroyed by atomic bombs during the 2nd world war

Nagasaki

Q53 Which of the following is not an effect of climate change

desertification

Q54 ___ refers to absorbing and returning of heat to the earth's surface due to green house gases

global warming

Q55 Which of these is not a green house gas

neon

Q56 The threat to climate arises from the retention of a level of _____ in the atmosphere

carbondioxide

Q57 ____ is a collection of various computer networks linked together and communicating by a common protocol

internet

Q58 The term ENIAC simply means _____

Electronic Numeral Intergrator and Computer

Q59 The first electronic digital computer was assembled in the year ____

1946

Q60 The first communication satelite called "Echos" was launched by the _____

United state





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Q61 The first step of the Arabs when they came in contact with ancient science was ____

searched for the writing of the greeks and translated them into their language

Q62 In which region of the world did Islamic knowledge flourish

east

Q63 One significant invention during the dark ages that was not noticed is _____

the convention of rigid horse collar and iron horse shoes

Q64 The proposition that "everything that moves is moved by something else" can be credited to ____

Aristo tle

Q65 From the point of view of early christians, knowledge on nature was valued only as a means of _____

edificatio n

Q66 Why did the father of the church show little interest in knowledge of nature

knowledge of nature would not help them in their hope of life to come

Q67 Why was the study of biology lagged far behind chemistry and physics

people at that time believed that organisms were to o complex to study

Q68 The following facts supported the proposotion that 19th century was considered as the classic scientific age except _______

the usage of scientific method in the field of science was introduc ed

Q69 In what century was the role of air and gas in chemical reaction (combustion) discovered

18th-19th century

Q70 The first scientist-philosopher who attempted to arrange the steps of scientific method in a logical manner was ___

Francis beaco n

Q71 Who among the following is not a proponent of the heliocentric theory of the universe

Leonardo da vinci

Q72 Which of the following is not a planetary law according to the proponents of heliocentric theory

the rotation and revolution is inversely proportional to their astronomical distance

Q73 Who among the early scientists searched the heaven with his mind and not the telescope

Nicolas copernicus

Q74 The most gratest eminent Muslim Physicist was ____

Ibn-al-H uthaim

Q75 Why did the church authorities oppose the heleocentric theory of the universe

the theory implied that humanity is no longer at the centre of the creation

Q76 The copernican theory of the universe was ____

not based on experimentation

Q77 The view of the universe which posited that the sun is at the centre of universe while the planets revolve round is called ____

heliocentric theor y

Q78 The view of the author of Al-Majest about the earth and other planets is called ____

geocentric theory

Q79 Australopithecus____________ was found in 1924 in South Africa

Africanus

Q80 Which century marked the true freedom of true experimental science from philosophy and religion

16th-17th centu ry

Q81 Paradigm conservation in philosophy refers to _______

impractical proposal

Q82 Semantic in philosophy is about ____

language

Q83 The philosopher that introduced the principle of falsifiability is called ______

Karl Popper

Q84 Falsifiability simply means _____

the principle which take care of state ment which cannot be verified

Q85 Philosophy with the analysis of concepts and the meaning of words is called ____

semeiotic

Q86 The branch of philosophy which deals with validity and soundness of an argument is called ____

logic

Q87 All men are mortal, John is a man, therefore John is a mortal. The conclusion John is Mortal is a _____ knowledge

Deductive

Q88 Consider the argument " All men are mortal. Peter is a man. Therefore Peter is Mortal. Which of these statement is a premise?

all men are mo rtal

Q89 ______ is a branch of philosophy that deals with human and thought

logic

Q90 Objectivity in science can be sustained if one does all the following but

disregard all unpleasant or threats situation




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Q91 The objectivity in critical thinking can be affected due to all the following except

exposure to inspiration

Q92 All the following are forms in which theory can be stated except

tentative assertion

Q93 Which of the following is regarded as the final step in scientific method

theory form ulation

Q94 Scientific conclusion has the following characteristics except _______

it is absolute

Q95 Philosophy of science is hinged on the ________ nature of philosophy

reflective

Q96 Which of these statements is false in respect of philosophy and science

inductive method is applied in philosophy while deductive method only is for science

Q97 Which of the following may not be considered as the point of convergence between philosophy and science

they emphasize irrationality and sp irituality

Q98 Which of these questions may not get response in philosophy of science

what is the essence of humanity?

Q99 Which of these statements is not true about philosophy

philosophy as a subject originate fr om science

Q100 According to the greeks, a philosopher is simply ______

lover of wisdom

Q101 All the features below describes religion except _____

it could be authenticated using scientific method

Q102 All the following are non-science disciplines except _______

anthropolo gy

Q103 Which of the following is not true about science

it contribute to the development of theology

Q104 Which of these does not explain why is man involved in scientific activity

to enhance spiritual fulfilment

Q105 All these disciplines reflect curriculum integration except ______

anthropology

Q106 All the folllowing are example of social science except ______

physiology

Q107 The disciplines that are concerned with drugs and drug contents of plant can be grouped under ___

pharmaceutical sci ence

Q108 Anatomy, physiology, surgery can be categorized as _______

medical science

Q109 All these are examples of biological science except _____

chemis try

Q110 Physics, chemistry and astronomy can also be described as _____

physical science

Q111 Which of these can be described as non-perception object:

virtues

Q112 Which of the following does not belong to genus Australopithecus?____________

Asianus

Q113 Sense perception objects are mostly associated with ______

empirical scien ce

Q114 Physics, chemistry, biology and medical sciences are best described as _____

empirical science

Q115 Religion relies on the principle that the universe is generally governed by ____ laws

spiritual

Q116 Logic, physics and statistics will be best described as _____

formal science

Q117 Geometry, algebra, trigonometry and arithmethic are examples of ______

formal science

Q118 Which of the Australopithecus was discovered in Ethiopia in 1978?_________

Aferensis

Q119 All of these terms are associated with formal science except ____

myth

Q120 Which of these group of science adopt scientific method to acquire knowledge

empirical and formal science





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