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Social Studies and Religious Education Questions and Answers - Class 8 End Term 3 Exams 2023 Set 1

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Study the map of Pali area and use it to answer questions 1 to 7.

  1. What is the approximate length of the murram road in Pali arca?
    1. 15km
    2. 12km
    3. 8km
    4. 10km
  2. The population distribution in Pali arca is likely to be influenced by 
    1. transport and communication 
    2. crop farming
    3. drainage
    4. mining activities.
  3. The land in Pali area slopes towards
    1. North West
    2. South East
    3. North East
    4. South West
  4. Most of the residents of Pali area are
    1. Muslims
    2. Traditionalists
    3. Christians
    4. Pagans.
  5. The main economic activity in Pali area is
    1. trading
    2. mining
    3. farming
    4. pastoral farming
  6. The climate in Pali area is likely to be
    1. Hot and dry
    2. Hot and wet 
    3. Cool and humid
    4. Cool and wet
  7. Three of the following social services are offered in Pali town. Which one is not?
    1. Security
    2. Education
    3. Health
    4. Recreation
  8. Which one of the following mountains was formed through faulting and uplifting?
    1. Ras Dashan mountains.
    2. The Aberdares:
    3. Mt. Kilimanjaro
    4. Mt. Cameroon
  9. Three of the following make up the school administration. Which one does not? The
    1. headteacher.
    2. deputy headteacher
    3. school president
    4. school committee
  10. The Pokomo migrated from Shungwaya in order to
    1. look for fertile land for farming.
    2. search water and pasture for their animals.
    3. escape attack from the Galla.
    4. reduce overpopulation in Shungwaya.
  11. Three of the following traditional leaders collaborated with the British. Which one did not?
    1. Lewanika
    2. Nabongo Mumia
    3. Oloibon Lenana
    4. Kabaka Mwanga.
  12. The Miombo highlands of Tanzania and Lambwe valley in Kenya are sparsely populated mainly due to
    1. pests and diseases
    2. poor drainage.
    3. harsh climatic conditions. 
    4. government policy
  13. Cultural artefacts are important mainly because they
    1. are preserved in national museums.
    2. were used by our ancestors.
    3. preserve people's culture.
    4. attract tourists who bring foreign exchange.
  14. Which one of the following groups belong to the plain nilotes of Kenya?
  15. The diagram below shows the formation of a type of rainfall.
    The type of rainfall represented in the diagram above is
    1. relief rainfall.
    2. frontal rainfall
    3. convectional rainfall
    4. orographic rainfall
  16. The early political association in Kenya played the following roles in the struggle for independence except
    1. presenting African grievances to the international community.
    2. promoting nationalism.
    3. communicating the feeling of Africans to the colonialists.
    4. leading Kenya to independence.
  17. The best way of resolving conflict involving two neighbours in the society is through
    1. dialogue
    2. litigation
    3. use of a commission of enquiry. 
    4. mediation.
  18. The best method of reducing human-wildlife conflict in Kenya is
    1. using the Kenya Defence Forces to protect wildlife.
    2. employing more game wardens.
    3. educating Kenyans on the importance of wildlife.
    4. erecting electric fences around game parks and forests.
  19. The following are roles of the deputy headteacher in a primary school except
    1. coordinating duties of the members of staff.
    2. supervising class attendance by teachers.
    3. acting as a secretary during school committee meetings.
    4. writing minutes during staff meetings.

Use the map of Kenya provided below to answer questions 20 to 23


  1. The town marked M is
    1. Kisumu
    2. Thika
    3. Eldoret
    4. Nakuru
  2. The country marked W is
    1. South Sudan
    2. Uganda
    3. Ethiopia
    4. Sudan
  3. The national park marked K is 
    1. Arawale
    2. Sibiloi
    3. Lake Nakuru National Park
    4. Malka Mari
  4. The climate experienced in the shaded region marked T is mainly influenced by
    1. winds
    2. relief and altitude
    3. latitude
    4. nearness to a large water mass.
  5. Which one of the following is not a basic need of family members?
    1. Food
    2. Clothing 
    3. Education
    4. Shelter
  6. Which of the following is a responsibility of persons with special needs?
    1. Taking part in national building. 
    2. paying all taxes like other citizens.
    3. Promoting social injustice.
    4. Taking bribes from business people.
  7. The following are characteristics of a type of soil.
    1. Found in highlands
    2. It is very fertile.
    3. Deep and well drained
    4. Red in colour
      The type of soil described above is 
      1. loamy soil
      2. volcanic soil 
      3. alluvial soil
      4. black cotton soil.
  8. The British used indirect-rule to colonize the northern part of Nigeria mainly because the
    1. British officers were often sick with malaria.
    2. cost of running the colony directly was high.
    3. protectorate was large.
    4. region had poor transport and communication networks.
  9. The first aid is mainly given in order to
    1. prevent further injury.
    2. promote recovery.
    3. save life
    4. enable the injured person to get to a doctor
  10. Which one of the following methods was not used in Tanganyika during the struggle for independence?
    1. Boycotts
    2. Diplomacy
    3. Motions through the LegCo
    4. Armed struggle.
  11. Below are characteristics of a climatic region in Africa.
    1. Rainfall ranges from 380mm to 2000mm per year.
    2. Temperatures range between 15°C and 25°C.
    3. The region experiences a hot rainy season and a cool dry season.
      The climatic region described above is likely to be
      1. savannah climatic region.
      2. semi-desert climatic region.
      3. mediterranean climatic region.
      4. equitorial climatic region  
  12. The most commonly used form of transport in Kenya is
    1. air
    2. railway
    3. road
    4. water
  13. Three of the following are roles of political parties in Kenya. Which one is not? To
    1. Encourage citizens to vote
    2. Encourage abuse of human rights.
    3. Keep the government on its toes.
    4. Promote freedom of association.
  14. The Equator (0°) passes through all the following African countries except
    1. Uganda
    2. Gabon
    3. Rwanda
    4. Somalia
  15. The main contribution of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta to the people of Kenya is that he
    1. led Kenya to independence.
    2. introduced the spirit of Harambee.
    3. Established settlement schemes.
    4. United Kenyans through the Kenya African National Union (KANU).
  16. Natural forests in Kenya are preserved mainly to protect
    1. sources of medicine.
    2. home for wildlife. 
    3. rare species of trees.
    4. water catchment areas.
  17. The main effect of HIV and AIDS on population growth is
    1. reduced life expectancy.
    2. slower population growth.
    3. high population losses.
    4. increased number of orphans.
  18. The backyard rearing of birds is practiced by most people because
    1. the birds have better meat. 
    2. it is cheap to keep the birds.
    3. traditional types of chickens are kept.
    4. birds are not affected by pests and diseases.
  19. River Nile and Niger have one thing in common. It is that they
    1. flow through Egypt.
    2. have estuaries.
    3. Rise in the equatorial climatic region.
    4. have deltas.
  20. A government officer who employs his close relatives in government positions practices
    1. nepotism
    2. ethnicity
    3. regionalism
    4. tribalism
  21. The African Union (AU) was mainly formed in order to
    1. promote unity among African states.
    2. promote friendly relations between African countries and other countries of the world.
    3. Promote trade in Africa.
    4. End colonialism in Africa.
  22. The most common problem facing the expansion of communication systems in Africa is
    1. inadequate capital
    2. illiteracy
    3. Lack of electricity
    4. Lack of skilled personnel.  
  23. Tea farming is important to the 20C Drought and famine economy of Kenya mainly because it
    1. gives most Kenyans employment. 
    2. improves standards of living. 
    3. is a source of foreign exchange. 
    4. is a source of income to farmers.
  24. The newest way of interaction among Kenya communities is 
    1. Trade
    2. Social media
    3. Education
    4. Facebook
  25. Three of the following are fresh water lakes in Africa. Which one is not?
    1. Lake Malawi
    2. Lake Natron
    3. Lake Chad
    4. Lake Tanganyika
  26. The main problem facing multi- purpose river projects in Africa is
    1. Displacement of People
    2. Siltation
    3. Water borne diseases.
    4. Reduced water levels downstream.
  27. The main method of improving the tourism sector in Kenya is to
    1. building more hotels and game parks.
    2. curbing poaching in all game parks.
    3. improving security by fighting insecurity and terrorism.
    4. advertising our tourist attractions home and abroad.
  28. The main problem facing beef farming in Kenya and Tanzania is 
    1. Poor quality breeds.
    2. Animals discases
    3. Drought and famine
    4. Land pressure.
  29. The appropriate action to take before crossing a busy road is to
    1. Cross the road when it is clear. 
    2. Look right and left then cross the road.
    3. Look left and right then cross the road.
    4. Run across the road.
  30. A foreigner intending to acquire citizenship in Kenya by registration must have
    1. lived in Kenya for at least two years.
    2. adequate knowledge of Kiswahili and English.
    3. a lot of wealth.'
    4. connections in the government.
  31. Three of the following are business opportunities in Kenya. Which one is not?
    1. Provision of services.
    2. Transportation.
    3. Farming
    4. Smuggling of goods.
  32. Which one of the following was not involved in shifting cultivation in the past?
    1. Practicing crop rotation.
    2. Cultivation of small portions of land at a time.
    3. use of land over and over again.
    4. Doing farming activities by hand.
  33. In Kenya, general elections are held
    1. When a sitting member of parliament dies.
    2. after every five years.
    3. in all constituencies on separate days.
    4. to clect the president only.
  34. In Kenya, the rights and freedoms of citizens are contained in the A
    1. Attorney-general's chambers.
    2. Hansard
    3. School syllabi
    4. Bill of rights.
  35. The arm of government that makes and amends laws is the
    1. Executive
    2. Judiciary
    3. Legislature
    4. Cabinet
  36. Cases involving children in Kenya. are heard by the
    1. juvenile courts 
    2. Kadhi's courts
    3. courts martial
    4. magistrate courts
  37. Which one of the following is a symbol of national unity?
    1. The national language.
    2. The national anthem. 
    3. National schools.
    4. The constitution
  38. Who appoints judges in Kenya
    1. Chief Justice
    2. The Supreme Court
    3. The Judicial Service Commission.
    4. The President.
  39. The following are sources of revenue for county governments in Kenya. Which one is not?
    1. Sale of bonds and treasure bills. 
    2. Sales of business licenses. 
    3. Loans from the national government.
    4. Property rates.
  40. Which one of the following is true about indirect democracy?
    1. There are no elections to choose leaders.
    2. All people are leaders in government.
    3. Citizens make all decisions involving their activities.
    4. Leaders make decision on behalf of the citizens.
  41. The method of irrigation used in Perkerra irrigation scheme is
    1. Drip irrigation.
    2. Basin irrigation
    3. Furrow irrigation
    4. Canal irrigation



  1. According to Genesis stories of creation, which one of the following answers is wrongly matched?
    1. Day 2 Day and night
    2. Day 3 - Sea, land and vegetation
    3. Day 4 Heavenly bodies
    4. Day 5 Sea creature and birds
  2. "At last here is one of my own kind-bone taken from my bone and flesh from my flesh." Gen 2. From this verse Christians should
    1. make use of God's creation.
    2. marry and bring up families.
    3. practice equality in their homes.
    4. learn that human beings were last to be created.
  3. Which one of the following was the main reason why Abraham instructed his son Isaac to get a wife from their relatives?
    1. Their neighbours were hostile.
    2. The Canaanites were uncircumcised.
    3. There were no women in Canaan to marry.
    4. Their neighbouring communities were idol worshippers.
  4. Three of the following were done by Moses when he was living in Egypt. Which one was not? He
    1. accepted God's call.
    2. killed an Egyptian.
    3. performed miracles before the king.
    4. received the ten commandments.
  5. Which of the following events took place during the exodus?
    1. Call of Moses in the desert.
    2. Building of the ark of covenant
    3. Killing of the Egyptians firstborns.
    4. Turning of water into wine.
  6. When travelling through the desert during exodus the Israelites were led at day time by 
    1. a cloud
    2. a pillar of light.
    3. a flaming sword
    4. ark of the covenant
  7. What was the name of the woman who hid the Israelite spies in Jericho?
    1. Rachael
    2. Rahab
    3. Abigail
    4. Jael
  8. The following are facts about a certain King in Israel:
    1. He ruled for twenty years.
    2. God rejected him.
    3. He was killed in war.
      Who among the following kings is described above?
      1. Josiah
      2. Ahab
      3. Saul
      4. David.
  9. Which one of the following miracles was done by prophet Elisha?
    1. Healing a blind man.
    2. Calling fire from heaven.
    3. Multiplication of bread.
    4. Casting demons from a woman.
  10. "He has provided for us a mighty saviour, a descendant of his servant David" Luke 1:69. Who among the following prophets made the above prophesy?
    1. Isaiah
    2. Hosea
    3. Zechariah
    4. Jeremiah.
  11. Which one of the following is the main reason why Herod was not happy when he heard about the birth of Jesus Christ?
    1. The wisemen had deceived him. 
    2. He wanted to remain the king.
    3. He wanted his son to inherit his kingship.
    4. He had not yet seen the baby.
  12. The teachings of John the Baptist mainly dwelt in.
    1. helping the needy people.
    2. teachings of the law of Moses.
    3. teaching people against idol worship.
    4. change of people's sinful way of life. 
  13. What advice did John the Baptist give to the soldiers who went to him to be baptised?
    1. Obey people in the authority.
    2. Do not accuse anyone falsely.
    3. Do not be misled by the false prophets.
    4. Do not take more than what is required.
  14. During the sermon on the mount, Jesus taught that happy are the peacemakers for they shall
    1. be shown mercy.
    2. be comforted
    3. see God
    4. be called children of God.
  15. The teaching of the parable of the lost coin, teaches Christians that they should 
    1. repent their sins.
    2. love their neighbours.
    3. be ready to forgive others.
    4. bring more people to God's kingdom.
  16. "Do not take a purse or bag or sandals" Luke 10:4. Jesus gave these instructions to his disciples when He
    1. sent them out to preach.
    2. taught them the Lord's prayer.
    3. met them on the way to Emmaus.
    4. sent them to prepare the last supper.
  17. Which one of the following Christian values is learnt from the parable of the prodigal son?
    1. Tolerance
    2. Humility
    3. Forgiveness
    4. Persistence
  18. Which of the following events did not take place on the night that Jesus was arrested?
    1. Jesus prayed on a mountain.
    2. Simon denied Jesus three times.
    3. Jesus healed the car of a slave.
    4. Judas Iscariot hanged himself.
  19. "Surely this was a righteous man" Luke 23:47. These words were said by
    1. the woman who went to the tomb. 
    2. the thief crucified alongside Jesus.
    3. Pilate when Jesus was brought before him.
    4. the Roman officer when Jesus died on the cross.
  20. Which of the following happened when Jesus was taken up in heaven?
    1. Angels spoke to the disciples.
    2. A cloud covered the disciples.
    3. A voice was heard from heaven.
    4. The Holy Spirit came down in. form of a dove.
  21. Which one of the following is not a fruit of the Holy Spirit?
    1. Kindness
    2. Goodness
    3. Faith
    4. Faithfulness
  22. Which of the following is the reason why people were surprised when they heard the disciples speaking on the day of Pentecost? 
    1. The disciples were drunk with wine. 
    2. The disciples had done miraculous things.
    3. There was wind blowing and tongues of fire.
    4. The disciples were speaking in foreign languages
  23. Three of the following were done by the carly Christians except one. Which one? They
    1. ate together joyfully.
    2. build synagogues all over Israel.
    3. took the good news to other lands. 
    4. sold their property and gave the money to the poor.
  24. The following values were taught by our ancestors except
    1. hardwork
    2. injustice
    3. purity
    4. honesty
  25. Which one of the following customs was not used when naming children traditional African communities?
    1. The child's wish.
    2. Time of the day.
    3. Type of the weather.
    4. To remember the ancestors.
  26. In traditional African societies, marriage was important because it
    1. is presided over by elders.
    2. ensured continuity of life.
    3. shows that a woman can give birth.
    4. shows that marriage partners are chosen by parents.
  27. Who one of the following is not a good use of leisure time for a standard eight pupil? 
    1. Taking part in a football match. 
    2. Participating in cleaning the streets.
    3. Fetching firewood for an old woman. 
    4. Watching a romantic movie on a TV.
  28. Kalekye a standard eight pupil was given more money by the shopkeeper after buying some items from a shop. She just went home quietly and hid the money. What Christian value does Kalekye lack?
    1. Honesty
    2. Loyalty
    3. Faithfulness
    4. Kindness
  29. Nekesa a born again Christian realises that Wasike whom she wants to get married to is a drunkard. As a Christian what is the best thing for her to do?
    1. Stop the marriage plans
    2. Join Wasike in drinking
    3. Talk to Wasike to stop drinking
    4. Advise Wasike to be drinking a little.
  30. Which one of the following was not done by the European missionaries when they came to Kenya? They
    1. treated diseases.
    2. translated the bible.
    3. baptised the converts languages.
    4. intermarried with Africans.



  1. Allah (S.W.T) has blessed you with many favours. What should you do according to the teachings of Surah Ad-Dhuha?
    1. Be proud of them.
    2. Teach them out.
    3. Conceal them.
    4. Explain them.
  2. Below are verses from Surah Al-Fiyl. 
    1. Faja-alahum ka'aṣfin maakuul.
    2. Tarmiihim bihjaaratin min sijjiil
    3. Alam-tara kaifa faa'la rabbuka bi-ashaabil fiyl
    4. Wa arsala aleihim twayran abaabiil.
    5. Alam yaj'al kaidahum fii tadh-liil
      The correct order of the above verses is
      1. (iii), (iv), (v), (ii), (i)
      2. (ii), (i), (iv), (v), (iii)
      3. (iii), (v), (iv), (ii), (i)
      4. (iv), (iii), (v), (i), (ii)
  3. To easily comprehend the knowledge that one is being taught, surah Alaq guides that learners should
    1. commit the knowledge into memory 
    2. take note of points using a pen.
    3. repeat the lesson, time and again. 
    4. put the lessons into practice.
  4. Who among the following people is not warned of a heavy punishment in Surah Al-Maun? Those who
    1. backbite others.
    2. discourage feeding the poor.
    3. do good deeds only to be seen.
    4. perform some salaats and skip others. 
  5. Which of the following things are believers asked to seek from Allah (S. W.T) in the Surah An-Nasr?
    1. Forgiveness
    2. Knowledge
    3. Protection
    4. Guidance
  6. The prophet (S.A. W) said, "Fear Allah in respect of these dumb animals and ride them when they are fit to be rode and get off them when they are tired." This hadith teaches Muslims about
    1. justice to animals.
    2. responsibility to animals..
    3. relationship with animals.
    4. kindness to animals
  7. Complete the following hadith of the prophet; "What will mostly take people to paradise will be the fear of Allah and
    1. obedience to leaders.
    2. good behaviour
    3. avoiding the evil
    4. love for the prophet (S.A. W)
  8. Muslims should endeavour to always be the first to give greetings, whenever they meet their brother Muslims because of a benefit taught by the prophet (S.A. W) in his hadith. Which one?
    1. It washes their sins like tree shedding leaves.
    2. The rewards are more than being greeted.
    3. They become close to Allah (S.W.T).
    4. As a way of identification that you are Muslim.
  9. You have committed an evil, may be without knowing, as a learned Muslim what should you do almost immediately?
    1. Follow it up with a good deed.
    2. Find a place and perform Sijdatu Sah-wa.
    3. Make efforts to control another evil.
    4. Recite a repentance supplication.
  10. Which one of the following is a pillar of Imaan?
    1. Praying to Allah as though you see Him.
    2. Accepting life situations the way they befall you.
    3. Performing prayers with thumaanina and ghushuu.
    4. Convincing people to know and practice Kalima.
  11. Which one of the following names of Allah shows that He is the giver?
    1. Al-Razaaq
    2. Al-Khaaliq
    3. Al-Qahhaar
    4. Al-Wahhaab.
  12. Which among the following scriptures was revealed to Nabii Musa (A.S)?
    1. Zabur
    2. Injiil
    3. Taurat
    4. Suhuf.
  13. In which posture of Swalah should a Muslim in prayer recite Tashahhud?
    1. Prostration.
    2. Sitting
    3. Bending
    4. Standing.
  14. While performing Salatul Janaza, when will you recite the supplication for the dead! In the
    1. third takbira
    2. first takbira
    3. fourth takbira
    4. second takbira
  15. Zaid is a Muslim farmer. He invites you on his farm to see his animals and advice him on how he should pay zakkat. On visiting you witness 60 goats, two camels, 30 sheep and 25 cows. Which animal would you advice him to first give out as zakkat? 
    1. Cows
    2. Camels
    3. Sheep
    4. Goats
  16. Which of the following is an act ofmTayammum?
    1. Drying the far with a porous stone after urinating.
    2. Rinsing the mouth with water.
    3. Wiping the face with dusty hands.
    4. Immersing the whole body in water.
  17. Which form of pilgrimage are Muslim faithfuls allowed by Sharia to perform more than the ones in their lifetime?
    1. Ifrad
    2. Umra
    3. Tamatu
    4. Qiran-
  18. Which of the qualities made the Qureish admire Muhammad's character?
    1. Generosity
    2. Hospitality
    3. Humility
    4. Trustworthiness
  19. Which one of the following stories teaches Muslims that Islamic brotherhood is far much better than brotherhood by blood relation? When
    1. Ibrahim was thrown into the fire and never burnt.
    2. Canaan perished in floods as Nabii Nuh saw.
    3. Yusuf was thrown in a ditch and survived.
    4. Qabil killed Habil.
  20. Which advice will you give to your close friend who likes using abusive language? To
    1. avoid by keeping quiet.
    2. speak in low voice and tone.
    3. use simple language.
    4. mind whom you speak to.
  21. Who among the following was an agent of spread of Islam along the coast of East Africa?
    1. Construction of Kenya-Uganda railway.
    2. Advent of Muslim missionaries
    3. Intermarriage
    4. The removal of Portuguese.
  22. The means of earning a living acceptable in the Islamic muamalaat is
    1. selling expired goods cheaply. 
    2. lending money on interest.
    3. selling, foreign currency
    4. adulteration of goods to meet customer demands.
  23. At the age of twelve, Muhammad (SAW) travelled to Shaam for trade training in the company of
    1. Maisara Khadijah's helper.
    2. a Christian monk Raaghibu Bahira
    3. his close friend Abubakkar Swiddiiq.
    4. his uncle AbuTalib.
  24. Who among the following people is prayed for a supplication - "Yarhamkallah"? One who
    1. sneezes
    2. coughs
    3. performs excellently 
    4. travels
  25. Which of the following was a form of persecution that the Qureish used to punish the early Muslim converts?
    1. Demolishing their houses.
    2. Beating them up
    3. Killing them.
    4. Boycotting them.
  26. Who suckled the prophet (S.A. W) away from his own mother? Mama
    1. Halima
    2. Aisha
    3. Khadija
    4. Ayman
  27. It is recommended that before Muslims attend Idd-ul-fitr,
    1. perform istinjaa
    2. perform a sunna prayer 
    3. they wear white clothes.
    4. they eat something.
  28. Which one of the following is the first ' month of the Islamic calendar?
    1. Muharram
    2. Ramadhan
    3. Rajab
    4. Dhul-hijja
  29. Islam recommends circumcision for boys mainly to
    1. reduce spread of HIV/AIDS.
    2. initiate them to adulthood.
    3. encourage cleanliness.
    4. as a sunna of Ibrahim,
  30. Which one of the following statements about Nabii Yusuf is true?
    1. He revenged against his brother.
    2. Allah gave him inspiration through dreams.
    3. He was jailed because of Zinaa.
    4. He rose to a minister in his own homeland.



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


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


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