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Social Studies & Religious Education Questions and Answers - Class 8 Mid Term 2 Exams 2023 Set 3

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Study the map of Guta area and use to answer questions 1- 7.

  1. The land in Guta area generally slopes towards
    1. South East
    2. North West
    3. North East
    4. South West.
  2. Three of the following statements about the Southern part of Guta area are true.
    Which one is not? The area
    1. has high population
    2. has clay soil
    3. has steep slopes
    4. receives high rainfall.
  3. The drainage feature formed along the river at the point marked R is
    1. a delta
    2. a meander
    3. an estuary
    4. an ox bow lake.
  4. Climate in the North Eastern part of Guta area can be described as
    1. hot and dry
    2. cool and dry
    3. cool and wet
    4. hot and wet.
  5. Which one of the following is an economic importance of lake Bale? It is a source of
    1. rainfall
    2. a river
    3. fish
    4. water for irrigation.
  6. The elected head of Guta area is a
    1. county commissioner
    2. county representative
    3. chief
    4. governor
  7. Which one of the following economic activities is not carried out in Guta area?
    1. Lumbering
    2. Fishing
    3. Trading
    4. Crop farming.
  8. Which one of the following was not a way of interaction among communities in the pre-colonial period?
    1. Marriage
    2. Education
    3. Migration
    4. Trade.
  9. Which one of the following factors contributed to the growth of the kingdom of Old Ghana?
    1. Wealth from Trans Saharan trade.
    2. Spread of Islam in West Africa.
    3. Conquest of West Africa by the French.
    4. Introduction of new farming methods.
  10. The following are benefits of pastoral farming. Which one is not?
    1. It is a source of livelihood for pastoralists.
    2. Large herds of livestock are a symbol of wealth.
    3. It utilizes highly populated areas.
    4. It is a source of foreign exchange.
  11. Below are traditional methods of weather observation.
    1. Growing of new leaves on plants.
    2. Appearance of locusts.
    3. Shedding of leaves by trees.
    4. Rise in night temperatures.
      Which combination consist of methods that indicate the approach of a wet season?
      1. (ii) and (iii)
      2. (iii) and (iv)
      3. (i) and (ii)
      4. (i) and (iv)
  12. Three of the following statements about the population of Kenya are true. Which one is not?
    1. Population growth rate is high.
    2. Most people live in urban centres.
    3. Population of the youth is high.
    4. Most people depend on farming.
  13. Which one of the following crops is grown in reclaimed areas in Nertherlands?
    1. Wheat
    2. Sugarcane
    3. Flowers
    4. Tea.
  14. The main reason why the Luo people migrated from the Nile valley was
    1. search for fish
    2. attacks by the Galla people
    3. overpopulation in the area
    4. frequent droughts in the area.
  15. Before the coming of Europeans to Kenya, age groups among the Agikuyu people were made up of people who
    1. migrated from the same area
    2. presided over ceremonies
    3. had a common ancestor.
    4. were born around the same time.
  16. Which one of the following groups is made up of cash crops grown in Kenya?
    1. Tea, pyrethrum, coffee.
    2. Millet, yams, sugarcane
    3. Sweet potato, maize, rice
    4. Cotton, coconut, sorghum.
  17. The diagram below represents the formation of relief rainfall.
    Three of the following areas experience the type of rainfall illustrated above. Which one does not?
    1. Southern Tanzania
    2. Southern Uganda
    3. Ethiopian highlands
    4. Nyika plateau highlands.
  18. When Ludwing Krapf came to Kenya in 1844, he
    1. discovered the source of River Nile
    2. explored parts of central Africa
    3. built a school at Rabai near Mombasa
    4. visited Kabaka Mutesa I of Buganda kingdom.
  19. Commercial poultry near urban centres in Kenya is favoured by
    1. availability of highland conditions
    2. presence of cool highland conditions
    3. presence of cheap labour
    4. availability of market for poultry products.
  20. Three of the following are benefits of Jua Kali industries. Which one is not?
    1. Exports earn foreign exchange.
    2. Provision of employment.
    3. Use locally available raw materials.
    4. Earning of income from the sale of the products.
  21. Who among the following is not a member of Board of Management in a school?
    1. Chairperson
    2. Headteacher
    3. Chief
    4. School sponsor
  22. The main reason why Arabs came to Eastern Africa before the 19th century was to
    1. search for trade goods
    2. establish towns along the coast
    3. stop trade in slaves
    4. partition Eastern Africa.
  23. Rice farmers in Mwea irrigation scheme are faced by the problem of
    1. lack of rice seedlings.
    2. siltation of water canals
    3. inadequate market for rice products
    4. lack of skilled labour in rice farms..
  24. Persons with disabilities are nominated to the senate in order to
    1. provide employment for them
    2. improve their standards of living
    3. increase members of the senate
    4. obey the constitution of Kenya.
  25. Areas along the equator experience high temperatures because the
    1. areas have low altitude
    2. areas experience high rainfall
    3. sun is always overhead
    4. areas have large water bodies.
  26. Attainment of independence in Zimbabwe was mainly hastened by
    1. formation of political parties by Africans
    2. presence of few white settlers in the colony
    3. armed struggle by the Africans
    4. support for Africans from Europeans.
  27. Gold in South Africa is extracted from the ground using
    1. dredging method
    2. deep shaft method
    3. drilling method
    4. opencast method.
  28. Mwangi sold his piece of land in Nyeri county and bought a bigger parcel of land in Nakuru county. The main cause of his action was that he wanted to
    1. get better farming land
    2. search for employment
    3. search for better social amenities
    4. escape conflicts.
  29. Which one of the following statements about the law of succession is correct?
    1. All children get a share of family property.
    2. A second wife does not inherit property.
    3. Daughters do not get a share of the estate.
    4. The first son gets a bigger share of the estate.
  30. The colonial policy used by Europeans in administering Belgian Congo was
    1. indirect rule
    2. association
    3. assimilation
    4. direct rule.

Use the map of Kenya below to answer questions 31 to 34.


  1. Three of the following statements about the river marked P are true. Which one is not? It
    1. is a major inland waterway
    2. originates from highland areas
    3. has been dammed to generate electricity
    4. ends in a delta.
  2. Which one of the following language groups used the route marked Z during the migration period?
    1. Bantu
    2. NiloteS
    3. Cushites
    4. Semites.
  3. The pre-historic site marked T is
    1. Fort Ternan
    2. Kariandusi
    3. Hyrax hill
    4. Ollorgesaillie
  4. Which one of the following minerals is mined at the place marked S?
    1. Diatomite
    2. Soda ash
    3. Limestone
    4. Fluorspar.
  5. Fish growing in Japan is carried out in sheltered parts of the sea because
    1. the areas have many fish
    2. fresh water fishing grounds are few
    3. fish are in great demand
    4. high technology is used in fishing.
  6. Which one of the following swamps is correctly matched with the country where it is found?
    1. Okavango    - Uganda
    2. Malagarasi  - Tanzania
    3. Lotikipi         - Botswana
    4. Kyoga          - Kenya.
  7. A problem that faced the Organization of African Unity (OAU) was
    1. lack of a common language
    2. use of different currencies
    3. failure to enforce policies
    4. production of similar goods.
  8. One day when driving from school Mr. Kimani found a boy who had been knocked down by a hit-and-run motorist. The following are reasons why Mr. Kimani decided to give the boy first aid except to
    1. restore his broken bones
    2. prevent further injury
    3. save his life
    4. help him reach the nearby hospital.
  9. Which one of the following is an economic right? Right to
    1. education
    2. clean environment
    3. marry
    4. own property.
  10. Which one of the following human activities causes air pollution?
    1. Deforestation
    2. Monocropping
    3. Fishing
    4. Quarrying.
  11. The work of the council of elders in the traditional Ameru government was to
    1. solve disputes among the people
    2. foretell future events
    3. treat diseases
    4. lead the people to war.
  12. Rapid population increase in Kenya since independence has mainly been caused by
    1. practice of family planning methods
    2. improvement in healthcare
    3. increase in employment
    4. need for people to have large families.
  13. Ox bow lakes are formed through
    1. glaciation
    2. downwarping
    3. deposition
    4. human activities.
  14. Below are descriptions of a soil found in Kenya.
    1. It is eroded from highland areas.
    2. It is found along river valleys.
    3. It is also called young soil.
      The type of soil described above is
      1. alluvial soil
      2. volcanic soil
      3. clay soil
      4. sandy soil.
  15. Three of the following are qualities of a good citizen. Which one is not? A person who
    1. reports criminal activities
    2. does not engage in an electoral process
    3. takes part in community development
    4. pays government taxes
  16. Kwamboka wants to send money to her daughter in a boarding school. The quickest method to use is
    1. send it to the class teacher using mobile phone money services
    2. go to the school to take the money
    3. send it through postal money order services
    4. put it in an envelope and send it.
  17. Below are statements about a town in Eastern Africa.
    1. It began as an agricultural collection centre.
    2. It lies along the Great North Road.
    3. It is the headquarters of a regional body.
      The town described above is
      1. Addis Ababa
      2. Dodoma
      3. Arusha
      4. Kampala.
  18. The European nation that colonized Mozambique was
    1. Germany
    2. France
    3. Britain
    4. Portugal.
  19. Nelson Mandela promoted unity in South Africa when he
    1. appointed different races in his government
    2. made South Africa a multi-party state
    3. used peaceful means to fight apartheid
    4. led South Africa to independence.
  20. Which one of the following pairs consists of Rift valley lakes that are fresh?
    1. A. L.Bogoria and L.Natron.
    2. L.Eyasi and L.Elementaita
    3. L.Naivasha and L. Rukwa.
    4. L.Nakuru and L.Manyara.
  21. Settlement schemes were established in Kenya after independence mainly to
    1. reward Africans who fought for independence
    2. settle landless Africans
    3. increase food production
    4. put dry areas into economic use.
  22. The best way of helping the youth who are addicted to drugs is
    1. stopping sale of drugs
    2. arresting them
    3. putting them in rehabilitation centres
    4. closing places that sell drugs.
  23. Which one of the following groups is made up of Bantu communities that settled in highland areas during the migration period?
    1. Baganda, Nyamwezi, pokomo.
    2. Akamba, Ngoni, Banyonkole.
    3. Mijikenda, Sukuma, Bagisu.
    4. Chagga, Abagusii, Ameru.
  24. Pineapple canning in Thika is an example of
    1. a manufacturing industry
    2. an assembling industry
    3. a processing industry
    4. a service industry.
  25. Before the coming of Europeans, the Khoikhoi people were ruled by
    1. kings
    2. chiefs
    3. warriors
    4. emperors.
  26. Which one of the following game parks in Africa is correctly matched with the country where it is found?
    1. Bwindi - Ethiopia
    2. Selous - Uganda
    3. Dinder - Tanzania
    4. Kruger - South Africa
  27. Who among the following is a member of the senate in Kenya?
    1. Woman representative
    2. Governor
    3. Nominated member
    4. Cabinet secretary.
  28. A requirement for a voter on a polling day is that the person must
    1. be a member of a political party
    2. vote near his or her home
    3. be able to read
    4. produce an identity card.
  29. Differences in length of day and night on earth are caused by
    1. revolution of the earth
    2. gravitational forces of the moon
    3. rotation of the earth on its axis
    4. movement of the moon round the earth.
  30. An elected member of a county assembly can lose the seat if the person
    1. is jailed for six months or more
    2. is not a member of a political party
    3. lives away from the ward
    4. differs with the speaker.



  1. When God placed Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden, He commanded them to
    1. guard and cultivate the garden
    2. build altars for offering sacrifices
    3. worship no other god
    4. keep the sabbath holy.
  2. Noah accepted to build the ark because
    1. he wanted to save his family from floods
    2. he wanted to obey God's commands
    3. he knew how to build the ark
    4. God gave him the dimensions.
  3. A Christian value demonstrated by Jacob when he was working for Laban was
    1. tolerance
    2. humility
    3. patience
    4. kindness
  4. After the Israelites crossed the Red Sea, Mirriam led the Israelites in
    1. singing songs of praise to God
    2. fasting for forty days
    3. attacking the Egyptian army
    4. making the covenant box.
  5. Who among the following judges of Israel was also a prophet?
    1. Gideon
    2. Othniel
    3. Shamgar
    4. Deborah
  6. King Saul wanted to kill David because
    1. David was becoming famous
    2. Samuel had anointed David as king
    3. David and Jonathan were friends
    4. David had killed Goliath.
  7. King Solomon built a temple in Jerusalem in order to
    1. make Jerusalem the centre of worship
    2. keep the covenant box in Jerusalem
    3. obey the command God had given his father
    4. show that he was a wise king.
  8. Prophet Elijah went to live in the town of Nazareth mainly because
    1. there was a famine in Israel
    2. God commanded him to do so
    3. a poor window invited him
    4. he wanted to escape from King Ahab.
  9. Who among the following people prophesied the day of Pentecost?
    1. Hosea
    2. Micah
    3. Zechariah
    4. Joel
  10. Herod wanted to know the place where Jesus had been born in order to
    1. have the baby killed
    2. send the wisemen with presents
    3. go and worship him
    4. congratulate his parents.
  11. Who among the following women talked about Jesus when He was presented in the temple?
    1. Salome
    2. Anna
    3. Martha
    4. Elizabeth.
  12. A lesson that Christians learn from the temptations of Jesus is that
    1. they can't be tempted if they have strong faith
    2. temptations come only when they are in difficult
    3. they should pray in groups
    4. they should rely on the scriptures.
  13. Which one of the following was a teaching of Jesus about riches?
    1. Christians should acquire wealth.
    2. The rich shall not enter heaven.
    3. They should be stored in heaven.
    4. Wealth should be shared equally.
  14. Jesus healed blind Bartmaeus in Jericho mainly because
    1. Jesus knew him
    2. Jesus felt pity on him
    3. he begged to be healed
    4. Bartimaeus was a righteous man.
  15. Jesus explained the growth of the kingdom of God on the parable of the
    1. lost coin
    2. widow and the judge
    3. mustard seed
    4. lost coin.
  16. Pontious Pilate wanted Jesus released during the trial because
    1. Jesus had asked for forgiveness
    2. Pilate knew Jesus was innocent
    3. the Sabbath was approaching
    4. there was no sufficient evidence.
  17. On the day Jesus resurrected, He spoke to Cleopas on the road to
    1. Emmaus
    2. Joppa
    3. Lydda
    4. Nazareth.
  18. Which one of the following events took place on the day the disciples were filled with the Holy Spirit?
    1. The disciples chose Mathias.
    2. Peter healed a lame beggar.
    3. Saul was converted on the road to Damascus.
    4. Peter preached to a large crowd.
  19. Saul raised Eutychus back to life in the town of
    1. Caesarea
    2. Troas
    3. Lydda
    4. Joppa.
  20. Which one of the following sins was committed by Ananias and Saphira?
    1. Cheating
    2. Adultery
    3. Idolatry
    4. Stealing.
  21. Which one of the following groups is made up of books of the Bible that are letters?
    1. Acts, John, Ephesians.
    2. Revelations, Mark, Corrinthians.
    3. Jude, Philemon, Romans.
    4. Peter, John, James.
  22. Which one of the following is a way of remembering ancestors in traditional African communities?
    1. Naming children after them.
    2. Composing songs about them.
    3. Visiting tombs of ancestors.
    4. Writing stories about ancestors.
  23. Which one of the following is a way of showing respect to unborn life in traditional African communities?
    1. Offering sacrifices to unborn babies
    2. Taking pregnant mothers to hospital.
    3. Reading the scriptures.
    4. Exempting pregnant women from heavy work.
  24. Which one of the following is an important virtue required in marriage in traditional African communities?
    1. Hardwork
    2. Education
    3. Money
    4. Fame.
  25. In traditional African communities, people show they are sorry for sins committed by
    1. going without food
    2. shaving their hair
    3. offering sacrifices
    4. wearing rags.
  26. Which one of the following is a teaching about husbands and wives in a family?
    Husbands should
    1. love their wives as Christ loved the church
    2. put fear in their wives
    3. provide for their wives
    4. be subject to their wives.
  27. Phoebe, a standard eight pupil asks her parents for some unused clothes to donate to orphans. This shows that Phoebe is
    1. rich
    2. honest
    3. humble
    4. kind
  28. Which one of the following institutions was started by Christians?
    1. World Health Organization.
    2. Flying Doctors Services.
    3. International Labour Organization.
    4. United Nations Environment Programme.
  29. Prostitution is discouraged in Christianity because it
    1. causes stigmatization
    2. causes diseases
    3. is misuse of sex
    4. makes the victims to be hated.
  30. European missionaries taught Africans how to read in order to make them
    1. preach Christianity
    2. equal to the Europeans
    3. get employed
    4. stop their cultural practices.



  1. Which one of the following extracts is a verse from surah Al-Inshirah?
    1. Waman ya'amal mithkaala dharratin sharran, iyarahu.
    2. Fa ammaa man thaqulat muwaazinuhu.
    3. Fa inna ma'al u'sr, Yusra.
    4. Wala saufa yu'uthwika Rabbuka Fatardhwaa.
  2. Which one of the following verses sends a warning of a heavy punishment to businessmen who practice injustice in business activities
    1. Wailun yauma idhin lil-mukadhibiin.
    2. Wailun lil-muswalliin.
    3. Wailun likuli humazatin lumaza.
    4. Wailun lil-mutwaafifiin.
  3. "Ihdinaa siraatwal Mustakiim" is a verse in surah Fatiha that means
    1. forgive us our trespasses
    2. guide us to the straight path
    3. I seek refuge to Lord of mankind
    4. deliver us from evil.
  4. One way that Muslims can apply the teachings of Surah Al-Kauthur is by
    1. sacrifising an animal
    2. observing fasting
    3. performing tahajjud
    4. giving out Zakkat.
  5. The theme in the Surah Al-Ikhlas is clear that all the following forms of beliefs are wrong except one. Which one?
    1. Jesus Christ is the son of God.
    2. There is only one God.
    3. We were created in the image of God.
    4. Our bodies are temples of God.
  6. What does a sin do to a person according to the Hadith of the prophet (SAW)?
    1. Changes the mind.
    2. Destroys the brain.
    3. Changes the behavior.
    4. Punches the mind.
  7. All the following people are cursed by Allah as we learn from the prophet's traditions except one who
    1. disobeys his parents
    2. drinks alcohol
    3. controls munkar
    4. receives bribe.
  8. "Alhamdulillah" - "Yarhamkallah" "Yahdikumullah". This conversation takes place when a person
    1. sneezes
    2. beldjes
    3. coughs
    4. passes wind.
  9. Four pupils offered Islamic greetings as follows. Who among them is closest to Allah(s.w) according to the teachings of the prophet(S.A.W)
    1. Saudah - Gave a full Islamic greeting.
    2. Zakiya-Greeted with a smile.
    3. Imran - Greeted a group of people.
    4. Iqran - Was the first to offer Salaam.
  10. Obligations towards the dead are an act of Ibaada which the sharia classifies as
    1. Fardh Kifaya
    2. Fardh A'in
    3. Sunna Muaqada
    4. Al-Waajib.
  11. Upon receiving news of the death of his beloved friend, Darwesh should say
    1. Anta salaafnaa wa nahnu bil adri
    2. Fiihaa nuidukum wa fiihaa nukhrijukum.
    3. Fii amaanillah.
    4. Inna lillahi wa inna illaihi raajiun.
  12. All the following Ibaadaats of Hajj are performed seven times each except one. Which one?
    1. Twawaf around Kaaba.
    2. Drinking from Zamzam spring.
    3. Sa'y on swafa and Marwa
    4. Ramyul Jimar at the stampid.
  13. Which one of the following actions will break the Swaum of a fasting Muslim?
    1. Sleeping while fasting.
    2. Vomiting intentionally.
    3. Bathing in a sunny day.
    4. Tasting flavor of the food you are preparing.
  14. Muslims can perform Sunna Qabliya prayer before all these salaats except one. Which one?
    1. Eid prayer
    2. Fajr prayer
    3. Jum'a prayer
    4. Magrib prayer.
  15. The measure of amount of wealth a Muslim should have to qualify him to pay zakkat according to sharia is known as
    1. Shibr
    2. Qulatain
    3. Nisab
    4. Qiratun.
  16. Ladies in the state of Heidh and Nifas impurities are allowed by sharia to
    1. enter a mosque
    2. recite the holy Quran
    3. pray swalah from home
    4. attend the Eid congregations.
  17. What is the direction of Qibla while in Kenya?
    1. East
    2. North
    3. West
    4. South.
  18. The attribute of Allah "Al-Muhaimin" means the
    1. protector
    2. powerful
    3. magnificent
    4. holy.
  19. The stick that Nabii Musa had that turned into a big snake and also created a path across the sea was a
    1. walking stick
    2. protection stick
    3. grazing stick
    4. magic stick.
  20. Which of the following statements best explains Tawaakuul?
    1. Joining Islam without Shahada.
    2. Love for Islam without knowledge.
    3. The fear of Allah(s.w) without Imaan.
    4. Relying on Allah (s.w) without taking precautions.
  21. Which of the following temptations is not common in the current Muslim Umma?
    1. Loss of lifes.
    2. Reduced foods and fruits.
    3. Sacrifice of children.
    4. Hunger.
  22. The prophet (p.b.u.h) advised Muslims masters "Pay your servants before their sweat dries" Which virtue was the prophet instilling in Muslims?
    1. Justice to servants.
    2. Kindness to servants.
    3. Generosity to servants.
    4. Hospitality to servants.
  23. Which of the following is not the best way to treat the HIV and AIDS patients in Islam?
    1. Eat and play with them.
    2. Visit them and show love for them.
    3. Use them as an example while warning others.
    4. Pray the dua for them.
  24. The main reason why the visitors from the East came along the coast of Kenya was to
    1. do missionary work
    2. trade
    3. create towns and cities
    4. create Swahili language.
  25. Which of the following communities met with the prophet (S.A.W) for a pledge of peace at Aqaba? The
    1. Aws and Khazaraj
    2. Answaars and Muhaajiruns
    3. Banu Bakr and Banu Khuza
    4. Arabs and Jews.
  26. Muslims almost lost victory in the battle of Uhud because some group
    1. were hypocrites
    2. disobeyed their leader's advice
    3. supported the enemies
    4. became so tired.
  27. For the Muslims who are travelling to Makka for Hajj Ibaada, we wish them well by saying Hajj
    1. Kariim
    2. Mukarram
    3. Maqbul
    4. Mabruur.
  28. Which of the following sub tribes is correctly matched with the tribe it belongs?
    1. Banu Hashim - Jewish
    2. Banu Quridhwa - Arab
    3. Banu Sa'ad - Arab
    4. Banu Nadhiir - Arab.
  29. The prophet (p.b.u.h) taught Muslims three things that should never be delayed when their time comes. Which one is not among them? When
    1. a traveller is ready for a journey
    2. food is ready for eating
    3. a person dies for burial
    4. a youth is ready for marriage.
  30. King Najashy of Habesh welcomed
    1. the disciples of Jesus Christ who paid him a visit
    2. Muslims who had migrated from Makka
    3. the followers of Musa who were attacked by Fir'aun
    4. the Christian monks who associated with Jesus.



  1. B
  2. B
  3. A
  4. B
  5. C
  6. D
  7. A
  8. B
  9. A
  10. C
  11. D
  12. B
  13. C
  14. D
  15. D
  16. A
  17. B
  18. C
  19. D
  20. A
  21. C
  22. A
  23. B
  24. D
  25. C
  26. C
  27. B
  28. A
  29. A
  30. D
  31. A
  32. B
  33. D
  34. D
  35. C
  36. B
  37. C
  38. A
  39. D
  40. D
  41. A
  42. B
  43. C
  44. A
  45. B
  46. A
  47. C
  48. D
  49. A
  50. C
  51. B
  52. C
  53. D
  54. C
  55. B
  56. D
  57. C
  58. D
  59. A
  60. A


  1. A
  2. B
  3. C
  4. A
  5. D
  6. A
  7. C
  8. B
  9. D
  10. A
  11. B
  12. D
  13. C
  14. B
  15. C
  16. D
  17. A
  18. D
  19. B
  20. A
  21. C
  22. A
  23. D
  24. A
  25. C
  26. A
  27. D
  28. B
  29. C
  30. A


  1. C
  2. D
  3. B
  4. A
  5. B
  6. D
  7. C
  8. A
  9. B
  10. A
  11. D
  12. B
  13. B
  14. A
  15. C
  16. D
  17. B
  18. A
  19. C
  20. D
  21. C
  22. A
  23. C
  24. B
  25. A
  26. B
  27. D
  28. C
  29. A
  30. B


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