FORM TWO MIDTERM EXAMS SERIES

PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

SECONDARY EXAM SERIES

FORM 2 BASIC MATHEMATICS

SECTION A (60 MARKS)

1. Rearrange the digits 39175 to form

1. The greatest possible number
2. The smallest possible number

2. Mary used tiles to build the floor of her sitting room measuring 15m by 20m. If she used only whole ones and they were alike, what was the greatest size of each tile?

3. The operation on the integers P and Q is defined as P*Q=PQ + 2P-3Q, find the value of

1. 2*3
2. Q if 2*Q=20

4. Find

5. Factorize the expression 15x2 + xy – 6y2

6. In 2011 the population of a village was 800. It increased by 20% the following year. What was the population in the year 2012?

7. In triangle ABC below x° is 18° less than y°. Find the values of x° and y°.

8. If find the value of

9. Find the length of time between 0425 hours and 1812 hours

10. If the product of 5 integers is negative, What is the maximum number of integers in that product which are positive?

11. Make L the subject of the formula.

12. Simplify the expression

13. Find the rational number in the form  where a and b are integers and  from the Number

14. Given that  Find the value of x +y.

15. Factorize the expression  hence use the result to evaluate:

16. Find the equation of a line which passes through the points A(4,2) and B(5,3) giving your answer in the form y=mx + c

17. Express the following numbers in scientific notation   (A)72500 (B)0.001325

18. Solve for x in the equation

19. If=1. Find the value of x

20. If shs.600/= amounts to 960=for 5years, what is the percentage rate of simple interest per annum?

SECTION B (40 MARKS)

21. (a)Given that

(b)Use Mathematical tables to find the value of

22(a) Let A and B be two sets such that n(A)=52, n(B)=60 and (AUB)=96. Find tn(A-B)

(b)In a certain area 50 householders were asked if they had a radio set, a T.V. set or both 40 householders said they had a T.V. set, 30 had both a radio set and a T.V. set and 2 householders had neither. With the help of a Venn diagram, how many householders had a radio set but no T.V set?

23. The upper part of a tree broken by the wind falls to the ground without being detached. The top of the broken part touches the ground at an angle of 36°30’ at a point 5 metres from the foot of the tree. Calculate.

24. (a)The pie – chart below shows the number of students in one examination Centre in Different subjects sat for the national examination.

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LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM TWO MATHEMATICS EXAM SERIES 95

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA PRESIDENT'S OFFICREGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCA GOVERNMEN

FORM TWO COMMERCE MID TERM TEST , APRIL  - 2022

TIME:  2:3 HOURS INSTRUCTIONS

1. This paper consists of sections A, B and C.

2. Answer all questions from both sections.

3. All answers must be in blue or black ink except for drawings, which must be drawn by pencil ink.

4. Cellular phones and calculating devices are not allowed in the examination room-

5. Observe neatness of your works.

FOR EXAMINER'S USE ONLY

 QUESTION  NO SCORE EXAMINER'S  INITIALS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 TOTAL

SECTION  A: (3MARKS)

1. For each of the following questions. (i)-(x) choose the most correct option among the given alternatives and write its letter beside the item number----

(i) The main aim of commerce in satisfying human wants is to close the gap between:

1. Producers and manufactures
2. Producers and consumers
3. Retailers and consumers
4. Wholesalers and retailers ( )

(ii) The difference between cost price and the selling price is regarded as. _

1. Gross profit
2. Turnover
3. Net profit
4. Stock turn ( )

(iii) The chief advantage of specialization is: _

1. Monotorv
2. Provides direct services
3. It encourages barter system
4. It increases production ( )

(iv) Labour as a factor of production is said to create utility if it ultimalely leads to: _

1. Production of goods
2. Meeting consumers needs
3. Contact with consumers
4. (d) Selling a product ( )

(v) A debit note is issued to correct: _

1. An overchrge on a statement
2. An over charge on an invoice
3. An undercharge on an invoice
4. An under charge on a statement ( )

(vi) is the ability and willingness to sell certain quantity of a commodity at a given market price and specific period of time.

2. Demand
3. Selling
4. Supply ( )

(vii) Aneth a wholesaler had daily sales of SO bags, minimum stock of 200 bags and a time of delivery of 4 days. What is the wholesaler's order point?

1. 850
2. 200
3. 600
4. 400 ( )

(viii) is the giving of a name to a product in order to distinguish it from other products.

1. Branding
2. Blending
3. Blanding

1. The way
2. Method of propulsion
3. Unit of carriage
4. Terminal ( )

(x) The cover against unforeseen in a business is termed as. _

1. Warehousing
2. Insurance
4. Banking ( )

2. Match the items in COLUMN A with the responses in COLUMN B by writing the letter of the correct response beside the item number in the box provided.

 COLUMN A COLUMN B (i)The price for the use of land as a factor of productionii) Goods which are highly demanded by higher income earners(iii) The ways through which goods flow from manufacturing point of view to consumption point of view(iv) A cost of production of one more unit of output produced(v)It is owned by individual, institution or government and is open to anyone wishing to store goods on payment. A Chain of distributionB. Marginal costC. Commerce flow chartD. RentE. Nomal goodsF. ProfitG. Public warehouseH. Goods of ostentation

 Column A (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) Column  B

3. (a) For each of the following items, write True or False on the space provided:

(i) Variable cost is the cost that changes with change in input.

(ii) Profit is the reward for entrepreneurship.

(iv) Competitive demand is the demand for qoods which serve the same purpose

(v) Durable goods are the goods which can not stay for a long period of time

(vi) . Imports are good that are bought from other countries,

(vii) Unitary elasticity is the elasticity that is equal to zero

(viii) Indirect production is the production of goods for one's own consumption,

(ix) A trade discount is an allowance made if goods are sold by one businessman to another whose price is fixed, _

(x) Single shops that sell products of one manufacturer only is tied shop

b) Complete the following sentences by filling in the blanks with correct word(s)

i) Cost of goods sold divided by average stock gives the

ii) It occurs when demand and supply forces intersect each other

iii) The action through which a retailer discovers information about the needs of the consumers

iv) A document authorizing the removal of goods from a warehouse is termed as

v) The type of trade by which orders are placed, sent and goods are received through postal service is,

SECTION B: (3MARKS)

4. Write short notes on the following concepts as used in commerce;

(i) Automatic vending machine

(ii) Multiple shops

(iii) Sales promotion

(iv) Defered payement

(v) Tertiary production

5. (a) Briefly explain wholesale trade?

(b) Descibe any six (6) challenges that face retail traders in Tanzania

SECTION C:  (40 MARKS)

6 Given

Opening stock = 2,000/=

Closing stock = 2,500/=

Purchases = 14,000/=

Sales = 25,000/=

Expenses = 4000/=

Calculate

a)Cost of goods sold

b)Average stock

c)Gross profits

d)Net profit

e)Rate of stock turn over

7. Briefly explain five (5) activities mainly taking part in shock administration.

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM TWO COMMERCE EXAM SERIES 94

PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MID TERM ONE EXAMINATIONS

BOOK KEEPING

FORM TWO

062

TIME: 2:30 HOURS                                                      March    2022

Instructions

1.      This paper consists of sections A, B and C with a total of seven (7) questions.

3.      Section A and B carry twenty (20) marks each and section C carries sixty (60) marks.

4.      All answers must be written in the spaces provided.

5.      All writings must be in blue or black ink except for drawings which must be in pencil.

6.      Calculators, cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.

7.      Write Your Examination Number on the top right of every page.

 FOR EXAMINER’S USE ONLY QUESTION NUMBER SCORE EXAMINER’S INITIALS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 TOTAL CHECKER’S INITIALS

SECTION A: (20 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

1.      For each of the items (i) - (x), choose the correct answer from among the given alternatives and write its letter in the box provided.

(i)                 What is the purpose of book keeping?

A. To interpret the double entry records

B.     To prepare financial statements at a regular intervals

C.     To record all the financial transactions of the business

D.    To summarize the financial position of the business.

(ii)              Which statement describes the purpose of trial balance?

A.    It ensures the ledger accounts contain no errors

B.     It indicates errors where errors have arisen

C. It checks the arithmetical accuracy of double entry

D. It prevents errors from occurring.

(iii)            General ledger accounts that record incomes and expenses such as purchases, sales, wages and salaries: A.Real accounts

B.     Personal accounts

C.     General accounts

D. Nominal accounts.

(iv)             Which statement describes development expenditure?

1.      They are registered in the assets register of the government

2.      They are the day-to-day running expenses of the government

3.      They are assigned depreciation rate (if applicable)

A.    1 and 2

B.     2 only

C.     3 only

D. 1 and 3.

(v)               The compulsory payments by individuals and firms to the government are of two categories:

A.    Fines and penalties

B.     Direct taxes and indirect taxes

C.Open taxes and closed taxes

D. Fees and dividends.

(vi)             Why an income statement is prepared?

A.    To account for the revenues and expenses of a period

B.     To calculate the surplus or deficit of the organization

C. To list the ledger balances on a particular date

D. To summarize the business bank account.

(vii)          Which account concept states that the business transactions must be separated from the personal transactions of the owner?

A.    Historical cost

B.     Going concern

C.     Money measurement

(viii)        The amount of cash or stock taken from the business by the owner for their personal use:

A.    Expenses

B.     Income

C.     Drawing

D.    Profit.

(ix)             What is the going concern principle?

A.    Accounting records are prepared assuming that the business will continue to operate in the foreseeable future

B.     Income and expense should be accounted for in the same way they were accounted for in previous periods

C.     Profit should not be anticipated and losses should be written off as soon as they are taken

D.    Revenue and costs should be recognized as they are earned or incurred, not when the money is received or paid.

(x)               Why would a Bank Manager look at trader’s financial statement?

A.    To calculate how fast trade creditors were being paid

B.     To check if the trader would be able to repay a loan

C. To find out if customers will receive continuous supplies

D. To know if inventory levels are too high.

2.      Match the items in column A with the response in column B by writing the letter of the response besides the item number in the space provided:

 COLUMN A COLUMN B (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) A day book where all credit sales are first recorded A document issued by the business making a sale containing detailed information about the sale A day book where all credit purchases transactions are first recorded A book containing all the accounts of the credit customers of the business A day book used to record all goods sold that are returned to business A sale invoice viewed from the perspective of the business making the purchase A place where transactions are first recorded before they are posted to the ledger account A book containing all the accounts of the credit suppliers of the business A document issued by the business when accepting returns inwards A day book used to record all goods that are returned by the business to the original supplier A.    Sales ledger B.     Purchases ledger C.     General ledger D.    Subsidiary books E.     Purchases day book F.      Purchases invoice G.    Cash book H.    Trade discount I.        Cash discount J.       Discount allowed K.    Discount received L.     Sales day book M.   Sales invoice N.    Returns inwards day book O.    Credit note P.      Returns outwards day book Q.    Debit note.

 Column A (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) Column B

SECTION B: (20 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

3.      Kibonde, an accountant for Bee& Cee Company is very happy as he has just finished preparing the trial balance as at 31st March 2021 in which the debit column seems to agree with the credit column. However he has been told by assistant that the agreement of trial balance totals is not a proof that the trial balance is free from errors. Outline the possible mistakes (five) that may have been committed in Kibonde’s accounts (ledger)

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4.      Show the account to be debited and credited in each of the following transactions:

 Items Transactions Account to be Debited Account to be credited i Purchases of goods by cash ii Cash sales of goods iii Credit sales of goods to Kitetemo iv Purchases of goods from Mano v Banked cash

SECTION C: (60 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

5. The following trial balance was extracted from the books of Muha as at 30th September 2019.

Trial balance as at 30th September 2019

 Name of account Dr-TZS Cr-TZS Capital ………………………………………… ……………… .  149,000 Cash in hand …………………………………… 12000 Cash at bank …………………………………… 110,000 Stock (1.10.2018) ……………………………... . 210,000 Trade creditors ……………………………… ………………… 100,000 Trade debtors ………………………………….. 80,000 Returns inwards ……………………………….. 5,000 Sales ………………………………………… ………………… 560,000 Purchases ……………………………………… . 205,000 Salaries ………………………………………… 40,000 Water and electricity ………………………….. 6,000 Postage ………………………………………… 2000 Drawings………………………………………. 9000 Furniture and fittings …………………………. 75,000 Motor van …………………………………….. 320,000 Equipment ……………………………………. 30,000 Loan ………………………………………… ………………… 300,000 Rent received ………………………………… ……………….. 12,000 Office rent ……………………………………. 17,000 1,121,000 1,121,000

Closing stock was valued at TZS 135,000.

Required:

(a)   Prepare his income statement for the year ended 30th September 2019.

(b)   Prepare his statement of financial position as on that date and clearly show the total assets, net assets and owner’s equity.

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6.The bank column in the cash book for November 2004 and the bank statement for that month for Kamgunda are:

Cash book

 2004 TZS 2004 TZS Nov 5 Pengo 8,000 Nov 1 balance b/d 21,000 Nov 14 Flora 11,500 Nov 4 Hassan 7,400 Nov 18 Renatus 8,600 Nov 21 Nova 9,500 Nov 24 Ummy 19,000 Nov 24 Boris 16,700 Nov 26 Yayale 13,000 Nov 30 balance c/d 60,500

 2004 Dr Cr Balance TZS TZS TZS Nov 1    Balance b/d 21,000 (Dr) Nov 9    Cheque 7,400 28,400 (Dr) Nov 11  Sundries 8,000 20,400 (Dr) Nov 12  Bank charges 4,100 24,500 (Dr) Nov 17  Standing orders 7,500 32,000 (Dr) Nov 18  Sundries 11,500 20,500 (Dr) Nov 20  Cheque 9,500 30,000 (Dr) Nov 27  Sundries 8,600 21,400 (Dr) Nov 29  Dividend 6,400 15,000 (Dr)

Required:

(a)               Write up the cash book up to date and state the new balance as on 30th November 2004.

(b)               Draw up a bank reconciliation statement as on 30th November 2004 starting with the balance as per adjusted cash book.

7.Bwana Fulani started business on 1st January 2021 to deal with cheap items with capital of TZS 500,000 in cash. He made the following transactions during the month of January.

Jan 2          Purchased goods for cash TZS 17,500

 Jan 12 Sold goods for cash TZS 7,000 Jan 16 Sold goods to Jumong TZS 10,500 Jan 19 Bought goods from Lee TZS 12,000 Jan 22 Paid general expenses in cash TZS 2,000 Jan 23 Sold goods to Koboko TZS 15,000 Jan 24 Paid wages to all employees TZS 3,000 Jan 26 Paid cash to Lee TZS 12,000 Jan 27 Received cash from Jumong TZS 10,000 Jan 29 Paid TZS 3,000 for advertisement

Required:

Enter the above transactions into the following accounts, balance them at the end of January and bring forward the balances on 1st February where necessary:

(a)   Cash account

(b)   Jumong account

(c)   Koboko account

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM TWO BKEEPING EXAM SERIES 93

PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MID TERM ONE EXAMINATIONS

COMMERCE  FORM TWO

TIME: 2:30 HOURS                                                                                             MARCH 2022

Instructions

1.      This paper consists of sections A, B and C with a total of seven (7) questions.

3.      Section A and B carry thirty (30) marks each and section C carries forty (40) marks.

4.      All answers must be written in the spaces provided.

5.      All writings must be in blue or black ink.

6.      All communication devices, Calculators and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.

7.      Write Your Examination Number on the top right of every page.

 FOR EXAMINER’S USE ONLY QUESTION NUMBER SCORE EXAMINER’S INITIALS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 TOTAL CHECKER’S INITIALS

SECTION A: (40 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

1.      For each of the following items (i) - (x), choose the correct answer and write its letter in the box provided:

(i)                 The method of payment where the buyer sends money for the goods on ordering for them is known as:

A.    Cash on delivery

B.     Prompt cash

C.     Spot cash

D.    Cash with order.

(ii)              Which of the following types of warehouses enables Tanzania Revenue Authority to collect import duty?

A. Public warehouse

B.     Bonded warehouse

C.     Wholesale warehouse

D.    Private warehouse.

(iii)            If a trader is given 20% trade discount and 5% cash discount for goods purchased at TZS 200,000/=, how much will he pay?:

A. TZS 150,000/= B. TZS 160,000/=

C. TZS 152,000/= D. TZS 120,000/=.

(iv)             The reason why people participate in exchange of goods is:

A.    To get money

B.     They over produce

C.     They prefer what is produced by others

D.    They specialize in production of different goods and services.

(v)               The process of checking and keeping record of the number of items in stock and their values is known as:

A.    Stock control

B.     Stock valuation

C. Issuing of stock

D. Stock taking.

(vi)             The distribution, exchange of goods and service and activities that help in the movement of goods from the producer to the consumer is known as:

A.    Production

D.    Commerce.

(vii)          Why are there more new business in the retail trades than in manufacturing?

A.    Few skills required to run retail business

B.     More capital is required to start retail trading

C.     Retailer can obtain bank loans without collateral security

D.    The retail trade is more profitable than manufacturing.

(viii)        Which one of the following activities is under primary production?

A.    Coffee processing

B.     Car manufacturing

D. Oil drilling.

(ix)             The system of installment selling where the buyer takes ownership of the property immediately after the first deposit is known as:

A.    Hire purchase

B.     Mortgaging

C.     Credit sales

D. Deferred payment.

(x)               Given average stock at selling price TZS 144,000/= and the cost of sales of TZS 720,000/=. The rate of stock turn will be:

A.    4 times

B.     0.2 times

C.     5 times

D. 0.8 times.

2.      Match the descriptions of Entrepreneurship in list A with the relevant response from List B by writing the letter of the correct response below the corresponding item number in the table provided.

 LIST A LIST B (i)          An entrepreneur set down the objectives and design strategies to achieve the goals. (ii)        An entrepreneur undertakes the responsibility for loss that may arise due to future unforeseen events. (iii)      An entrepreneur functions which involves planning, organizing, staffing and controlling. (iv)      An entrepreneur decides on type and nature of the business that will be undertaken. (v)        An entrepreneur award other factors for their contribution in production process. A.    Organizing B.     Planning C.     Managerial role D.    Idea generation E.     Rewarding       other factors F.      Employment G.    Risk bearing

 LIST A (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) LIST B

3.      (a) For each of the statements (i) – (x), write TRUE if the statement is correct or FALSE  if the statement is not correct in the space provided.

(i)  Secondary level of production consists of manufacturing industry and constructive industry.

(ii)  Price and income are among the factors which cause change in quantity demand for a particular commodity.

(iii)  Employment enables people to have stable income throughout the year.

(iv)  Supply curve has a positive slope because as price of the commodity rises   fever goods will be supplied.

(v)  Water, railway, air and road transport are the modes of transport.

(vi)  When units produced equal to zero, then total cost of production will be equal to summation of all fixed cost incurred.

(vii)  An aid to trade which involves making the public aware of the availability of goods and services in the market is television.

(viii) Production is classified into three major branches which are commerce,

(ix)    Hypermarket is a large shopping center located away from the city center with a very large space for packing and selling variety of goods under self-service.

(x)  Trade mark is a system of giving name or symbol to a product to differentiate it from other similar product.

(b) Complete the following sentences by writing the correct answer in the spaces provided

(i)    A factor of production which is characterized by value appreciation is called

(ii)    A businessman who carries the goods and moves from one place to another looking for customers is known as

(iii)  After watching the success of biggest entrepreneurs such as Mohammed Dewji, Mswahili was interested to become an entrepreneur. The type of motivation that has motivated Mswahili is

(iv)  A labour who uses more of mental efforts than his/her physical efforts is known as

(v)      During a particular year, wheat farmers experienced dry weather; if all other factors remain constant, the farmer supply curve for wheat will shift to

SECTION B: (30 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

4.      (a) Explain the meaning of demand

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(b)  Describe any four (4) conditions for effective demand.

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5.      Distinguish between the following terminologies as used in commerce

(a)               Time utility and place utility

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(b)               Change in supply and change in quantity supply

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SECTION C: (40 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

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(b)   Draw the production chart and clearly indicate all its branches.

7.      Sleyyum has bought medicine from China and they are urgently needed to serve the life of patients in Tanzania. Which mode of transport would you consider appropriate for Sleyyum? Explain five (5) advantages of using the mode of transport that you have choosen.

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LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM TWO COMMERCE EXAM SERIES 92

OFISI YA RAIS

TAWALA ZA MIKOA NA SERIKALI ZA MITAA

MTIHANI WA KUJIPIMA

KISWAHILI KIDATO CHA PILI

021

MUDA: SAA 2:30                                                       MACHI- 2022

Maelekezo

1.      Karatasi hii ina sehemu A, B, C, D na E.

2.      Jibu maswali yote.

3.      Fuata maelekezo ya kila swali.

4.      Majibu yaandikwe kwenye nafasi ulizopewa.

5.      Majibu yote yaandikwe kwa wino wa bluu au mweusi

6.      Simu za mkononi haziruhusiwi katika chumba cha mtihani.

7.      Andika Namba yako ya Mtihani upande wa juu kulia wa kila ukurasa wa karatasi yako.

 KWA MATUMIZI YA MTAHINI TU NAMBA YA SWALI ALAMA SAINI YA MTAHINI 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 JUMLA SAINI YA MHAKIKI

SEHEMU A: (Alama 15) UFAHAMU

1. Soma kwa makini shairi lifuatalo, kisha jibu maswali yanayofuata:

Shime basi waungwana, Umoja kutekeleza,

Mabibi hadi Mabwana, harambe nguvu kukoza,

Mpaka wetu vijana, tusije tukalegeza,

Nchi inayopendeza, ni watu kusikilizana.

Watu wakishikamana, hata amani huwepo,

Mambo kukubaliana, ndipo waendeleapo, Viongozi pia kutuna, kazi yao inyookapo, Nchi inayopendeza, ni watu kusikilizana.

La zaidi sina tena, ni hayo niloeleza, Basi shime kuungana, usawa kutekeleza,

Nchi inayopendeza, ni watu kusikilizana.

Maswali:

(i)         Pendekeza kichwa cha habari kisichozidi maneno matano.

(ii)      Shairi hili linahusu nini?

(iii)    Waungwana ni watu wa aina gani.

(v)       Kiitikio cha shiri hili ni kipi?

2. Fupisha shairi ulilosoma kwa maneno yasiyozidi arobaini (40).

SEHEMU B: (Alama 20)

SARUFI

3.(a) Tumia mzizi wa kitenzi – IMB – Kunyumbulisha maneno katika hali zifuatazo kwa  kupigia mstari kinyumbulishi hicho kinachoonesha kazi (hali) hiyo.

(i)       Hali ya urejeshi  .......................................................................................

(ii)      Njeo..........................................................................................................

(iii)     Hali ya ukanushi nafsi ya tatu umoja.....................................................

(iv)       Hali ya kutendwa..................................................................................

(v)        Hali ya kutendeka..................................................................................

(b)    Ainisha maneno yaliyopigiwa mstari katika sentensi zifuatazo:

(i)                 Samia anasoma vizuri   ____________________________________________

(ii)              Vizuri vinaliwa na matajiri    _______________________________________

(iv)             Huyu ni mkorofi.  _______________________________________________

(v)               Baba na mama wanapendana sana ___________________________________

4.  (a) (i)          Nini maana ya mofimu?

(ii)       Ubainishaji wa mofimu huzingatia mambo kadhaa. Taja mambo manne (4) yanayomwezesha mtumiaji wa lugha kubainisha mofimu.

(b) Mzee Kimbo alinunua kamusi na kumpatia binti yake aitwaye Fatma. Binti yule alipoifungua ndani ile Kamusi aliona picha na michoro mingi katika sehemu mbalimbali ya ile Kamusi. Akamuuliza baba yake, ‘Kwani hizi picha na michoro ina kazi gani? Mbona kama zinajaza tu nafasi na kuifanya Kamusi iwe kubwa na nzito? Inanipa kazi kuibeba!! Msaidie Mzee Kimbo kujibu swali hilo kwa kutoa hoja tano za kumuelewesha binti yake.

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SEHEMU C: (Alama 20)

MAWASILIANO NA MATUMIZI YA LUGHA

5.        (a)      Nini maana ya lugha fasaha?

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(b)      Onesha madhara manne (04) yanayoweza kutokea endapo mtumiaji wa lugha  hatatumia lugha fasaha.

6.        Baini makosa katika sentensi zifuatazo kwa kupigia mstari, kisha ziandike vizuri         kuepuka makosa hayo.

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(b)   Chai imeingia nzi.

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(c)   Sisi wote tulikusanyika uwanjani.

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(d)   Nyinyi mnapenda kula matunda?

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(e)   Hakuna mtu yoyote aliyechelewa kufika.

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SEHEMU D: (Alama 30)

FASIHI KWA UJUMLA

7.      Tungo zifuatazo zinafanana vipera mbalimbali vya tanzu za fasihi simulizi. Baini vipera hivyo katika kila tungo zifuatazo:

(a)   Kuku wangu katagia mibani _____________________________________________

(b)   Aso hili ana lile  _______________________________________________________

(c)   Nitasikiliza nikusikie kukusikia nitasikia kwa kusikia sauti yako

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(d)   Mchuma janga hula na wa kwao

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(e)   Papai limevia nyumbani lakini siwezi kulila

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8.      Baadhi ya watu hudai kuwa utungaji wa majigambo ni mgumu sana lakini kutunga majigambo si jambo gumu asilani.

Thibitisha kauli hii kwa kuandika kanuni tano (5) za kuzingatia katika uandishi wa majigambo.

(i)     ____________________________________________________________________

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(ii)  __________________________________________________________________________

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(iii)                        __________________________________________________________________________

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9.      Wewe ni mwanafunzi wa Kidato cha Pili ambaye una rafiki wa Kidato cha kwanza. Rafiki yako amekuomba umfafanulie maana ya maneno yafuatayo ili aweze kuelewa zaidi, kwani darasani hakuelewa vizuri. Msaidie rafiki yako kwa kumfafanulia maneno yafuatayo:

(i)     Vichekesho ___________________________________________________________

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(ii)  Mtindo ______________________________________________________________

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(iii)                        Lakabu_______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

(iv)Soga ________________________________________________________________

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(v)   Dhamira _____________________________________________________________

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SEHEMU E: (Alama 15) UANDISHI/UTUNGAJI

10. Wewe ni mwanafunzi wa kidato cha Pili, ukiwa likizo kijijini kwenu Mafyati kilichopo Wilaya ya Nachingwea S.L.P. 99 Nachingwea, serikali ya kijiji imeandaa sherehe ya makaribisho ya mwenge. Katika sherehe hiyo miongoni mwa wanaotarajiwa kualikwa ni pamoja na Mkuu wa Mkoa. Kwa niaba ya serikali ya kijiji, Andika barua ya kumualika kiongozi huyo katika sherehe hiyo. Anuani ya Mkuu wa Mkoa ni S.L.P. 602, Lindi. Jina lako liwe HALIM SAID au HALIMA SAID.

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM TWO KISWAHILI EXAM SERIES 91

PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MID TERM ONE EXAMINATIONS

GEOGRAPHY FORM TWO

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TIME: 2:30 HOURS                                                         MARCH 2022

Instructions

1.      This paper consists of sections A, B and C.

2.      Answer all questions from sections A and B and any two (2) questions from section C.

3.      Section A carries twenty five (25) marks, section B forty five (45) marks and section C carries thirty (30) marks.

4.      All answers must be written in the spaces provided.

5.      All writings must be in blue or black ink except for drawings which must be in pencil.

6.      All communication devices, calculators and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the Examination Room.

7.      Write Your Examination Number on the top right of every page.

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SECTION A: (25 Marks)Answer all questions in this section

1.      Each of the items (i) - (x), choose the correct answer from the given alternatives and write its letter in the space provided.

(i)                 Branch of Geography dealing with field study, statistics, mapping and surveying is called:

A.    Physical geography

B.     Human and economic geography

C.     Practical geography

D. Environmental geography.

(ii)              When the Earth is at its aphelion in early July, the distance from the sun is about:

A.    500,000,000 km

B.     5,500,000 km

C.     4,800,00 km

D. 1,500,000 km.

(iii)            The amount of humidity existed in air is measured by instrument called:

A.    Barometer

B.     Hygrometer

C.     Hydrometer

D.    Agrometer.

(iv)             In temperature regions of the world life in mountain and plateau areas is difficult due to:

A.    There is high temperature throughout the year

B.     There is thin soils, cool climate and difficult and communication

C.     There is heavy wild animals and high rainfall

D.There is no efficient power and water supply.

(v)               The map of school compound or small village is drawn to:

A.    Large scale

B.     Small scale

C.     Medium scale

D.    Secondary section of the scale.

(vi)             Quarrying, hunting, fishing and lumbering is referred to:

A.    Secondary activities

B.     Tertiary activities

C.     Quaternary activities

D.    Primary activities.

(vii)          In Africa most farmers leave idle the exhausted piece of land for a certain period of time in order to regain its fertility, this agricultural technique is called:

A.    Bush fallowing

B.     Shifting cultivation

C. Sedentary farming

D. Aquaculture.

(viii)        Africa has potential river development projects which are multipurpose schemes, since they provide irrigation schemes, flood control, water supply in both industries and domestic and Hydro Electrical power generation centres.The following are prominent H.E.P centres of East Africa, except:

A.    Kihansi and Owen falls

B.     Nyumba ya Mungu and Inga dams

C.     Hale and Mtera dams

D.    Kidatu and Seven forks in Tana river

(ix)             Which sequence of the following processes is necessary for the formation of rainfall?

A.    Condensation, cooling and evaporation

B.     Evaporation, cooling and condensation

C.     Evaporation, sedimentation and cooling

D.    Evaporation, condensation and cooling.

(x)               What is compass bearing of WNW?

A.    270o

B. 337o

C. 315o

D. 327o

2.      Match each item in LIST A with responses in LIST B by writing the letter of the correct response below the corresponding item number in the table provided:

 LIST A LIST B (i)       Are continuous stretches of comparatively flatland not rising much above sea level  (ii)    Is a major landmass rising from the ocean floor (iii)  Extensive high altitude areas with more or less uniform summit levels  (iv)   Is a form of natural or artificial depression or hollow varying in size on the Earth’s surface. (v)     Long narrow depression or trough in the central part formed between two parallel faults A.    Continent B.     Mountain C.     Basin D.    Crater E.     Plains F.      Rift valley  G.    Plateau

 LIST A (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) LIST B

3.      In each of the following items (i) – (x), write True if the statement is correct or False if the statement is not correct.

(i)  All meridians and the equator form great circle. .............................................

(ii)  Ranching is a practice of rearing livestock with the aim of not producing meat, milk, wool and hides for commercial purposes.  _

(iii)  The moon appears to rise in the East and set in the West because the earth spins from West to East.

(iv)    Sea Breeze occurs during the day because sea water creates high pressure region in contrast to the land which develops low pressure during the day time.

(v)  Large scale livestock farming is also known as zero grazing.

(vi)  A map showing distribution of natural and manmade features is known as topographical map.

(vii)  Exploitation of natural gases in Tanzania is only done by public companies.

(viii) The desert conditions are characterized by scanty vegetation and rainfall.

(ix)  Air transport is not affected by adverse weather conditions.

(x)  The flow of water over the ground is known as run-off.

SECTION B: (45 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

4.(a)  “Geography” can be defined as the study of the distribution and interrelationship of  phenomena in relation to the earth’s surface. Briefly explain how geography relates    with:

(i)  Biology

4.            (ii)  Commerce

(b) Explain the economic importance of studying geography:

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5.            Carefully study the climatic characteristics of station X and answer the equations that       follow:

Climatic characteristics:

Annual range of temperature is very small about 2oC.

Total rainfall ranges form 1500mm to 3,000mm per year with no distinct dry season.

The type of rainfall is convectional rainfall accompanied by lightening and thunderstorms.

High humidity through the year.

QUESTIONS:

(i)   Identify the type of climate in station X. ____________________________ (ii)   List any three (3) crops which can be grown in station X.

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(b)           ________________________________________________________

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5.          (iii)     In which part of Africa this climate is found?

(a)               ___________________________________________________________

(b)               __________________________________________________________        (iv)     Mention two (2) main economic activities taking place in this station:

(a)   ______________________________________________________________

(b)   ______________________________________________________________

6.          Study carefully sketch map of MAFIGA provided and answer the questions that follow:

MAP OF MAFIGA:

6.          (a)        Calculate are covered by Lake Sutlej in kilometer square

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(b)               Measure the length of road from point A to point B. (Answer in km)

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(c)               Mention two (2) economic importance of the feature found eastern side of the      map:

(i)                 ________________________________________________________

(ii)              ______________________________________________________________

(d)               Identify the feature found at grid reference 750130:

The feature is

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(e)               Name two (2) man made features shown on a map.

(i)                 ________________________________________________________

(ii)              ________________________________________________________

SECTION C: (30 Marks)Answer two (2) questions in this section

7.      The types of human activities are always related to the type of settlement. Elaborate four

(4) importance of human activities.

8.      Explain why electricity is preferable source of power than fuel wood (Give five points)

9.      Suggest any four (4) ways in which the tourism sector can be used to generate more income in Tanzania.

10.  Outline five (5) ways of reducing industrial pollution in the world.

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LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM TWO GEOGRAPHY EXAM SERIES 90

PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MID TERM ONE EXAMINATIONS

HISTORY FORM TWO

TIME: 2:30 HOURS                                                      March 2022

Instructions

1.      This paper consists of sections A, B and C.

2.      Answer all questions from sections A and B and two (2) questions from section C.

3.      All answers must be written in the spaces provided.

4.      All writings must be in blue or black ink except for drawings, which must be in pencil.

5.      All communication devices and Calculators are not allowed in the examination room.

6.      Write Your Examination Number on the top right of every page.

 FOR EXAMINER’S USE ONLY QUESTION NUMBER SCORE EXAMINER’S INITIALS 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 TOTAL CHECKER’S INITIALS

SECTION A: (40 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

1.      For each of the items (i) - (x), choose the correct answer from among the given alternatives and write its letter in the box provided:

(i)                 The student of Mwendapole Secondary School went a visit to special building where historical artifacts and other artistic objects are kept. This building is known as:

A.    Museum

B.     Historical site

C.     Archive

D. Archaeology.

(ii)              Students from two different schools were arguing to each other the useless of learning history. One of them said there is necessity of learning this subject because of producing different occupation from this subject. What do you think is one of the occupation from history?

A.    Carbon 14 Dating

B.     Doctor

C.     Museum curators

D. Chemical engineering.

(iii)            There is still no clear evidence showing the origin of discovery of iron. This led to number of theories which are:

A.    Forest fire theory and mistaken identity theory

B.     Creation and forest fire theory

C.     Evolution and mistaken identity theory

D. Mistaken theory and copper melting theory.

(iv)             An important feature in the East African Coastal commercial life was the presence of Indians Banyans who were:

A.    Slave Caravan

B.     Gold miners from Goa

D.    Blacksmith from calcut.

(v)               East African societies belong to major four language groups which are:

A.    Khoikhoi, Nilotes, San and Cushites

B.     Khoisan, Nilotes, Cushites and Bantu

C.     Bantu, Dorobo, Cushites, Khoisan

D.    Karamajong, Nilotes, Cushites and Khoisan.

(vi)             In Makonde tribe, husband was moved to the wife’s family and their children belong to the mother. This form of social organization was known as:

A.    Kinship organization                C.   Matrilineal organization

B.     Clan organization                    D.   Patrilineal organization.

(vii)          In Buhaya and Karagwe, the feudal relation system was known as:

A.    Nyarubanja system

B.     Busulu system

C.     Mvunjo

D.    Ubugabire.

(viii)        The Portuguese reached on the Gold Coast of West Africa and they built a Fort called Elmina Fort in:

A.    1482

B.     1488

C.     1582

D.    1498.

(ix)             The following was one of the humanitarian people who played vital role in abolition of slave trade:

B.     William Wilberforce

C.     Captain Moresby

D.    Sultan Barghash.

(x)               In triangular slave trade, items used were different from the regions they were obtained.

From America items obtained were:

A.    Cotton, sugar and tobacco

B.     Cotton, sugar and manufactured goods such as clothes

C.     Tobacco, clothes and glassware

D.    Slaves, animal skins and ivory.

2.      Match the items in LIST A with the correct responses in LIST B by writing the letter of correct response below the corresponding item number in the table provided.

 LIST A LIST B (i)             Methods used to extract gold in precolonial Africa (ii)          Generation (iii)        A Maasai political and religious leader (iv)         The leader who led Ngoni group to settle in Ufipa (v)           The Boers republic states in South Africa (vi)         Foreigners         intermarriage   with Africans (vii)      Organizer of people to open up new lands wherever it was available. (viii)    Theory of creation. (ix)         Companies and Associations (x)           The movement of the Dutch from the Cape in South Africa A.                Zwangendaba B.                 Man evolved from primates C.                 A period of time determined by one continuous events or situation D. Transvaal and Natal. E.     Ntemi F.      Man originated from super natural power G.    Agents of industrial capitalism H.    Anglo – Boers War I.        Cape Town and Zulu land J.       Laibon K.    Half-Caste L.     Mputa Maseko M.   Boers Trek N.    Panaring and shaft O.    A period of difference in age  between parents and their children.

 LIST A (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) LIST B

3.      Write TRUE if the statement is correct or FALSE if the statement is not correct in the space provided.

(i)            The Arabs came in vessels called junks while Chinese came in Vessels called dhows.

(ii)         The series of war between Xhosa and Boers were known as Mfacane war.

(iii)       To encourage flow of trade, Seyyid Said introduced Indian money which was known as pier

(iv)        Local trade was conducted within the same geographical region and was not based on making profit.

(v)          In East Africa, iron was believed to be discovered in Engaruka, Ugweno and

Olduvai Gorge.

(vi)        Man started to domesticate plants and animals in middle stone age

(vii)     History brings a greater sense of patriotism and nationalism.

(viii)   Discovery of new world, advance in naval was one of the factors stimulated the

(ix)        The dance and music that were used by Chagga tribe was known as Tringi

(x)          British South Africa Company was formed by Cecil Rhodes to operate in Central

and South Africa.

4.      Briefly explain the following historical terms:

(i)                 Anthropology

(ii)              Dutch settlement at the cape

(iii)            Ngoni migration

(iv)             Industrial Capitalism

(v)               Moresby treaty

SECTION B: (30 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

5.      Arrange the following historical sentences in a chronological order by writing their roman numbers in the table provided:

(i)                 In the pre-colonial era, many foreigners came into contact with Africa for various reasons.

(ii)              They included trading, spreading Islamic religion, exploring and looking for new areas for settlement.

(iii)            These visitors introduced new commodities and practices to the African communities that they interacted with

(iv)             These visitors included the Arabs, Persians, Indians and Chinese.

(v)               Their reasons for visiting Africa were diverse.

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6.      Complete each of the following statements with correct historical facts.

(i)                 The form of rent that paid through provision of labour power in the land lord was known as _________________________________________________________.

(ii)              Mr. Chaurembo went to one of the European nations and he found many industries. He was told that nation was the first to undergo industrialization. What do you think was this nation? _______________________________________________________

(iii)            The technological evidence in Agricultural sector in Africa was the use of Irrigation system which was known as _________________________________ used in Ancient Egypt.

(iv)             The process of freeing slaves and stopping the use of human beings as commodities were known as ________________________________________________________

(v)               Juma’s father is learning about the past by digging up the past remains’ objects found in the ground. Juma’s father is technically known as __________________________

7. Study the picture below and answer the questions which follow:

(i)                 Name the men chained in the picture above. ______________________________

(ii)              Mention two characteristics of the trade shown in the picture

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(iii)            List down any two methods used to obtain the people chained in the picture given

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(iv)             The trade above ended in which century?

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(v)               What are the two effects that were brought by the process above in the picture

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SECTION C: (30 Marks)

Answer two (2) questions in this section

8.       What were the motives for people of Africa, Middle and Far East Contact? Give six points.

9.       Explain six features of slavery mode of production.

10.    Elaborate any six reasons for the decline of Portuguese rule in East Africa Coast.

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM TWO HISTORY EXAM SERIES 89

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

SECONDARY EXAMINATION SERIES

CIVICS MID TERM EXAMINATION

FORM TWO-MARCH-APRIL 2022

Time: 2:30Hours

Instructions.

1. This paper consists of section A, B and C with a total of 7 questions
2. Answer all questions in section A and B and ONE question from section C.
3. Section A carries 35 marks, section B 50 marks and section C 15  Marks
4. All answers should be written in the spaces provided.
5. All communication devices, calculators and any unauthorized material are not allowed in examination room.

SECTION A (35 MARKS)

Answer all questions in this section.

1.For each of the following items (i) - (xx) choose correct answer from the given alternative and write its letter in the box provided.

(i)Which of the following is the official seal or stamp of the government of Tanzania?

1. Coat of arm
2. National identity
3. Public holiday
4. National anthem

(ii)A type of citizenship acquired when one of the applicants parents is a citizen of Tanzania is known as

1. Citizenship by descent
2. Citizenship by registration
3. Citizenship by naturalization
4. Citizenship by birth

(iii)The independence constitution of Tanganyika of 1961 was based on

1. West Minister model
2. Republic model
3. Federal system of government of government
4. Absolute Monarchy

(iv)Equal access to the mass Media to all competing political parties in election is an important element of

1. Freedom of association
2. Freedom of worship
3. Free and fair election
4. Direct democracy

(v)The smallest unit of Tanzania local government administrative structure is

1. Village government
2. Village assembly
3. Village council
4. Village committee

(vi)A public holiday marked every year on the 7th April in Tanzania is known as

1. Karume day
2. Nyerere day
3. Farmers day
4. Union day

(vii)Road accidents can be avoided in Tanzania if one of the following is done

2. Observing traffic regulations
3. Employing well traffic police
4. Employing more magistrates

(viii)Who do you think is the head of the village council among the following

1. The village executive officer
2. The village chairperson
3. The village director
4. The ward executive officer

(ix)Effective communication involves the following except

3. Listening
4. Writing

(x)The traffic sign which enable the pedestrians to move across the road safely is termed as

1. Zebra crossing
2. Hazard signs
3. Triangle sign
4. Traffic jam sign

(xi)Laws are very important to our life and they have their origins. Which is the origin of laws among the following alternatives

1. An appeal
2. By law
3. A bill
4. Judiciary

(xii)The non-payable external source of government revenue is termed as

1. Dept
2. Foreign barrowing
3. Foreign exchange
4. Grant

(xiii)The constitutional amendment of 1962 in Tanganyika tried to put the foundation of

1. The federal government
2. The dominion of government
3. The federal government
4. The republic government

(xiv)What do you think is the other name given to the parliament?

1. The executive
2. The judiciary
3. The legislature
4. The cabinet

(xv)Violation of human rights can be caused by the following except

1. Ignorance
2. Corruption
3. Selfishness
4. Globalization

(xvi)The ability to think and come up with new ideas and ways of doing things is referred to as

1. Negotiation skills
2. Creative thinking
3. Critical thinking
4. Decision making

(xvii)Some governments come into power after uniting which is the unification form of government among the following

1. Federal government
2. Communist government
3. Absolute monarch government
4. Revolution government

(xviii)A refundable kind of income from outside the country is recognized as

1. Grant
2. Direct tax
3. Loan
4. Indirect tax

(xix)Written constitution is very important in our country. Which one among the following is the advantage of a written constitution?

1. It increases disharmony
2. It is easy to refer
3. It tends to be rigid
4. It is flexible

(xx)One of the following is not among the factors that affect national sovereignty?

1. Civil wars
2. Pressure group
3. Conflicts
4. Natural calamities

2.Match the items in list A the correct response in list B by writing the letter of the correct response corresponding item number in the table provided.

 LIST A LIST B Tanganyika got her independence from British There was a revolution in Zanzibar The president of Tanganyika and Zanzibar signed an agreement to unite their countries The national Assembly assented to the Union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar Tanganyika United to form the current United Republic of Tanzania 7th July 1977 25th April 1964 8th August 1962 9th December 1961 22nd April 1964 26th April1964 10th October 1998 12th January 1964

3.For each of the statements (i) – (x), Write TRUE if the statement is correct and FALSE if the statement is incorrect.

1. Tanzania money is inform of notes and pounds _____________________
2. A youth who engage in unsafe sex lack responsible decision making skill _______________
3. Corruption is one of the human right abuse ___________________
4. Direct democracy can only be practiced in countries with large population ___________
5. Multipart system promotes government accountability ____________________
6. Refugees are good examples of special groups ____________________
7. The mayor of the municipal council is a presidential appointee _____________________
8. Positive peer pressure can lead to good performance in school _____________________
9. Female genital mutilation promotes child spacing ___________________
10. Love, peace, insecurity and conflicts are the pillars of the family stability _____________

SECTION B (50 MARKS)

4. Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow:

In 1977, TANU and ASP United to form Chama cha Mapinduzi (C.C.M). This Union created the need for a new Constitution. Then president of Tanzania Mwalimu J.K.Nyerere appointed a constitutional Commission of twenty people to oversee the making of a new constitution. Each side of the union was represented by ten members.

President Nyerere appointed the representatives of the constituents Assembly to consider the proposal of the constitutional commission to enact the constitution. The members of the constituent Assembly were 45 from Zanzibar and 156 Tanzania Mainland. They discussed and agreed on the constitutionals made by the constitutional commission then, the current constitution was adopted. This constitution is known as the constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania of 1977.

Questions

1. Suggest the suitable title for the passage above _______________________
2. What do you think is the meaning of constitution? ______________________
3. Which name was given to the constitution of 1977? ___________________
4. According to the passage what was the main reason for making the constitution of 1977________
5. Who is the current chairperson of Chama cha Mapinduz??

5.Define the following concepts and for each give two points of its importance or effects.

(i)Prelogative of mercy

Definition _______________________

Importance

(a)______________________________

(b)_______________________________

(ii). Local government

Definition ______________________________

Importance

1. ______________________________________
2. ______________________________________

(iii) Problem solving techniques

Definition ______________________________________

Importance

1. _______________________________________
2. ________________________________________

(iv)Political party

Definition ____________________________

Importance

1. _____________________________________
2. _____________________________________

(v)Early Marriage

Definition ___________________________

Effects

1. _______________________________________
2. _______________________________________

(vi)National symbols

Definition ______________________________________

Importance

1. ________________________________________
2. ________________________________________

(vii)Union government

Definition _______________________________________

Importance

1. _________________________________________
2. _________________________________________

(viii)Rule of law

Definition _______________________________________

Importance

1. __________________________________________
2. ___________________________________________

(ix)Universal suffrage

Definition ___________________________________

Importance

1. ______________________________________
2. ______________________________________

(x)Wife inheritance

Definition ___________________________________

Effects

1. ______________________________________
2. ______________________________________

SECTION C (15 MARKS)

Answer only one (1) question from this section

6.The Union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar brought a number of benefits to both countries but there are some Tanzanians who say that the Union brought nothing to Tanzanians’ As an expert in polities explain six importance  of  the Union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar.

7. What do you think are the features of multiparty democracy in Tanzania? Give six points.

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LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM TWO CIVICS EXAM SERIES 88

PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MID TERM ONE EXAMINATIONS

PHYSICS  FORM TWO

031

TIME: 2:30 HOURS                                                         March 2022

Instructions

1.      This paper consists of sections A, B and C with a total of ten (10) questions.

3.      All answers must be written in the spaces provided.

4.      All writings must be in blue or black ink EXCEPT drawings which must be in pencil.

5.      Calculators, cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.

6.      Write Your Examination Number on the top right of every page.

7.      You may use the following constants in your calculations: (i) Density of water = 1.0 g/cm3 or 1000kg/m3 (ii) Acceleration due to gravity, g = 10m/s2.

 FOR EXAMINER’S USE ONLY QUESTION NUMBER SCORE EXAMINER’S INITIALS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 CHECKER’S INITIALS

SECTION A: (30 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

1.For each of the items (i) – (xx), choose the correct answer among the given alternatives and write its letter beside the item number: (i)       One joule work is said to be done when:

A.    A force of IN displaces a body by 1cm in direction of force

B.     A force of IN displaces a body by 1m in direction force

C.     A force of IN displaces a body by 1km in direction of force

D. A force of IN displaces a body by 1mm in direction of force.

(ii)              In an electric cell while in use, the change in energy is from:

A. Electrical to mechanical B. Chemical to mechanical

C. Electrical to chemical D. Chemical to electrical.

(iii)            Diffusion occurs more quickly in a gas than in a liquid because:

A.    The liquid contains a layer on its surface

B.     The gas contains semi-permeable membrane

C.     The gas molecules is small in size compared to the liquid molecules

D.    The speed of molecules in gas is greater than in liquid.

(iv)             In a process of charging by induction in static electricity:

A.    A conductor is rubbed with an insulator

B.     A charge is produced by friction

C.     Negative and positive charges are separated

D.A positive charge induces a positive charge.

(v)               For an ideal machine, the ratio of mechanical advantage and velocity ratio is: A. Greater than one

B.     Less than one

C.     Equal to one

D.    Depends on value of load.

(vi)             An object weighs 12N in air and 9N when totally immersed in water. The relative density of the object is:

A.    3g/cm3

B.     4g/cm3

C.     3

D.    4.

(vii)          The rise of a liquid level in a tube due to cohesion and adhesion forces is called:

A.    Capillarity

B.     Surface tension

C. Meniscus

D. Osmosis.

(viii)        The hydrometer is calibrated in such a way that has small number at the top of its stem, this is because:

A.    It sinks more in less denser liquids than in more denser liquids

B.     It sinks less in less denser liquids than in more denser liquids C. To enable it to stand up right when taking measurements

D. To make it more sensitive.

(ix)             The density of pure solid copper is 8.94g/cm3. What volume does 5 kilograms of copper occupy? A.559.3cm3

B.     0.5593cm3

C.     44.7cm3

D. 1.788cm3.

(x)               The temperature of Dar es Salaam town was 32oC. This is equivalent to….

A. 306K B. 241K

C. 305K D. 205K.

(xi)             An instrument which can be used to observe objects out of direct vision is called:

A.    Microscope

B.     Periscope

C.     Plane mirror

D.    Telescope.

(xii)          A ball of mass 0.6kg is kicked vertically upwards up to a height of 6m. The potential energy acquired by the ball is:

A.    0.36J

B.     3.6J

C.     36J

D. 360J.

(xiii)        A measuring cylinder contains liquid to a level X. An object of volume Z is totally immersed in the liquid contained in the cylinder. The new reading of the liquid level will be:

A.    Z

B.     X-Z

C.     X+Z

D. Z-X.

(xiv) A soldier firing a bullet from a gun experience a jerking effect as the bullet leaves the gun. This phenomenon is explained by:

A.    Newton’s first law of motion

B.     Newton’s second law of motion

C.     Newton’s third law of motion

D.    Principle of conservation of linear momentum.

(xv)           The image formed in a plane mirror is always:

A.    Virtual, magnified, the same size

B.     Magnified, vertical and lateral inverted

C.     Diminished, real, lateral inverted

D.    The same size as object, virtual and upright.

(xvi)         Which instrument is used to measure diameter of a constantan wire SWG 28?

A.    Vernier calipers

B.     Tape measure

C. Micrometer screw gauge

D. Engineer calipers.

(xvii)      The property of material to return to its original size is called:

A.    Compression

B.     Elasticity

C.     Plasticity

D. Elastic limit.

(xviii)    The magnetic needle, free to turn in a vertical plane, is suspended first at the earth’s South magnetic pole and then at a point on the magnetic equator. The respective angles between the needle and horizontal are:

A.    0o and 0o

B.     70o and 70o

C.     0o and 90o

D. 90o and 0o.

(xix)         The acceleration of a moving object may be found from:

A.    The area under its velocity – time graph

B.     The slope of the velocity – time graph

C.     The area under its distance – time graph

D.    The slope of the distance – time graph.

(xx)           The force of friction between layers of liquid is called:

A.    Surface tension

B.     Viscous force

C.     Compressional force

D.    Torsional force.

2.      Match the items in LIST A with the responses in LIST B by writing the letter of the corresponding response beside the item number in the answer sheet provided.

 LIST A LIST B (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) Frictional force Viscosity Gravitational force Torsional force Stretching force A.    A book experiences a force directed towards the earth  B.     Force passed through a rope C.     Resistance of honey to flow D.    Resistance to the movement of brick on ground E.     Twisting ruler between both hands F.      Support force exerted upon an object

 LIST A (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) LIST B

3.      Complete each of the following statements by writing the correct answer in the space provided:

(i)       Small deviation of measured value from true value is called  ____________________

(ii)    Charging without contact is called  ________________________________________

(iii)  Potential difference of a cell when is not connected in complete electric circuit is

_________________________________________________________________

(iv)   A device used to detect the sign of charges in a body is  ______________________

(v)     The material placed between capacitor’s plates is called  ______________________

SECTION B: (50 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

4.      (a) A body dipped in a liquid experiences an upthrust. Explain three factors on which the upthrust depends:

03 marks

(b)    An object was totally immersed in a liquid contained in a vessel. The two opposite forces acting on the object are.

(c)    State how the forces in (b) above should be to make an object float:

02marks

4.    (d)   When a body is totally immersed in a liquid it weighs 3.2N. If the weight of liquid              displaced is 1.5N. Find the weight of a body in air.

03 marks

5.(a) Asha opens a bottle of perfume at the front of the room. After few minutes the smell           reaches the whole of the room. Explain why is it happening.

(b) Why shriveled prune placed in water swells?

(c) Draw the magnetic field between two unlike magnetic poles that are close to one   another.

6.    (a)  State the principle of moments

(b)  Give two ways that a mechanics can use to increase spanners turning effect.

(c)  Draw the diagrams showing three different types of common equilibriums

@02 marks

7.   (a)  Explain the meaning of linear momentum of a body 02 marks

(b)     How is a force is related to the linear momentum of a body?

(c)     A body has mass of 50kg and a linear momentum of 3000kg ms-1. Find its:

(i)        Velocity of the body

(ii)       Kinetic energy of the body

8. (a) State the two common applications of an atmospheric pressure.

(i)

(ii)

02marks

(b)   Briefly explain why a woman wearing shoes with pointed heels is more likely to     cause damage to a wooden floor than an elephant?

03 marks

(c) A rectangular tank measures 3m by 2m contains water to a height of 2m. Find

(i)        The pressure on the base of the tank.                                                      03 marks

(ii)      Thrust on the base of the tank.                                                    02 marks SECTION C: (20 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

9.(a) Draw the pulley system with the velocity ratio of 4.

02 marks

(b)A machine of velocity ratio of 4 needs 2000J of energy to lift the load of 400N through a vertical distance of 2.5m.

(i)       Determine the work out put                                      02 marks

(ii)    Determine the efficiency of the machine

(b)               (iii)            Mechanical advantage of a machine              02 marks

(c)               A screw jack has a screw pitch of 4mm and the effort arm of 16cm. Determine the percentage efficiency of this screw jack, if it needs an effort of 50N to lift a load of 750N?

10.Three capacitors of 3 microfarad, 2 microfarad and 6 microfarad are connected in series when a battery of 30Volts is connected to this combination.

(i)Draw the electric circuit of this combination.                                    04 marks

(a)               (ii) Find the charge in 3 microfarad                                 03 marks

(b)               An ohmic conductor has a voltage drop of 9 volts measured across it. The current in the conductor is 3A. What is the resistance?

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM TWO PHYSICS EXAM SERIES 87

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

COMPETENCE BASED SECONDARY EXAMINATION SERIES

BIOLOGY MID TERM EXAMINATION

FORM TWO-MARCH/APRIL-2022

Time: 2:30Hours

Instructions.

1.    This paper consists of section A, B and C with a total of 11 questions
2.    Answer all questions in section A and B and ONE question from section C.
3.    Section A carries 30 marks, section B 50 marks and section C 20  Marks
4.    All answers should be written in the spaces provided.
5.    All communication devices, calculators and any unauthorized material are not allowed in examination room.

1.       Question (i – x) is multiple choice items. Select the best answer in each case and write its letter in the chart provided
1.      Biology is the branch of science which deals with the study of
1.      Plants and animals
2.      Living things and non living things
3.       Living things
4.      Zoology and botany
1.    The reason why we study biology one is that
1.      We should be competent in the subject
2.      We want to improve the standard of living
3.       We want to teach students
4.      We want to be spokes mans of biologists
1.  The ability of organisms to detect changes in their environment is termed as
1.      Irritability
2.      Movement
3.       Reproduction
4.      Nutrition
1.  The reason of having laboratory rules in laboratory is
1.      To make it smart and attractive
2.      To make students uncomfortable
3.       To show how teachers we are strict
4.      To minimize danger/hazards
1.    In this way you can preserve alive and terrestrial plants
1.      In the dam
2.      Using cage
3.       Botanical garden
4.      Museum

1.  The organelle whose function is to transport protein and fats is
1.      Ribosome
2.      Golgi apparatus
3.       Endoplasmic reticulum
4.      Centrosome
1. The group of organs which join together and work as a functional unit is ……
1.      Tissue
2.      Organ
3.       System
4.      Organism
1.   A person bite by a snake is  advised not take alcohol why?
1.      Because he can be bite by another  snake again
2.      Since the ant-venom wont work
3.       He want assist professionals to  identify snake type
4.      Since will increase heart rate and  spread of venom quick
1.     A plant cell type which has no  chloroplast is ………….
2.            Collenchyma’s cell
3.             Root hair cell
4.            Parenchyma cell
1.                       Body tube to the microscope has the following function
1.            Hold eye pieces and revolving nose piece
2.            Concentrates light reflected by mirror
3. Holding objectives in place
4.   Reflect light to the object
1.       The following statement is either true or false so write T to the true statement      and F to the false statements.
1.      Biologist is a person who study more about animals ______
2.    We get knowledge to preserve environment so biology is not important _____
3.  When a person has being burnt apply iodine tincture _________
4.  We put chemicals and apparati for emergency treatment in first aid kit ____
5.          Bacteria is prokaryotic ______
6.  The smallest unit of life is a cell _______
7. Mitochondria is a site for cellular respiration __________
8.   When cleaning lenses of microscope ethanol is recommended
9.  Heart, root, shoot, liver are organs
10.    Red blood cells has no nucleus due to bad creation of God

1.    Match the sentence in list A with those in list B

LIST A.

 LIST A LIST B Comes from two Greek words     Is a cavity filled with fluid known as cell sap    Provide firm and steady support to  the cell     It control activities of the cell         Sudden violence disturbance of mind and emotion Botany Zoology Cell wall Nucleus Cell membrane Fainting Shock. Vacuole Biology

4.  Complete each of the following statements by writing the correct answer in the spaces provided.

1. Finger like projections that helps in digestion of food................................
2. Movement of food along alimentary canal..............................................
3.                    Feeding of dead decaying matter.....................................................
4.                    Digestive juice that contains three enzymes.................................
5. Loss of water in plants in form of droplets........................................................

SECTION B (50 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section.

5. a) Draw and label the structure of animal cell .

b) Mention four importance of first aid to an individual.

6. a) Explain how will you help a victim of drowning

b) State and explain three principles of   waste disposal.

7. (a) Explain briefly how cell membrane is made

(b) Give two function of plasma membrane

(i) __________________________________________

(ii) __________________________________________

(b)  Explain four principles of cell theory

8. A) Mention five (5) laboratory rules you know

b) Mention five causes of accidents in the laboratory.

9. i) Draw the following apparatus found in the laboratory.

(a) Funnel

(b) Beaker

(c) Measuring cylinder

(d) Test tube

II)  List four importance of studying biology.

SECTION C (20 Marks) Answer one (1) question from this section

10. WRITE an essay on balanced diet using the following subheadings;

•    Meaning of a balanced diet
•    Components of balanced
•    Importance of  each component
•    Deficiency diseases which may results when a person does not eat a balanced diet
• Two factors which contribute to lack of a balanced diet  among  children in Tanzania

11. Write the essay on cholera under the following subheading

• cause
• transmission
• symptoms
• Prevention.

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM TWO BIOLOGY EXAM SERIES 86

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

COMPETENCY BASED SECONDARY EXAMINATION SERIES

CHEMISTRY MID TERM EXAMINATION

FORM TWO- MARCH/APRIL-2022

Time: 2:30Hours

Instructions.

1.  This paper consists of section A, and B with a total of 10 questions
2. Answer all questions in spaces provided.
3. Section A carries 20 marks, section B 80 marks.
4. All answers should be written in the spaces provided.
5. All communication devices, calculators and any unauthorized material are not allowed in examination room.
7. The following atomic masses may be used: H=1, N=14, O=16, S=32

SECTION A (20 Marks)

Answer All questions in this section.

1. Write the letter of the best answer in each of the following multiple choice questions. Use the table below.
1. What best knowledge can be used by industrialists to manufacture chemicals
1. Methods of separating mixtures
2. Debate on drug abuse
3. Campaigns on elections
4. Labeling apparatus for experiments

1. How students can protects him against injuries and deaths in a school laboratory?
1. To walk very slowly along the corridors of a laboratory
2. To study ways of offering first AID
3. To observe laboratory rules
4. To study uses of products from manufactures