I know they look similar, but they're very different in meaning. :)
/ɪˈdʒɛkʃən/ Show Spelled[ih-jek-shuhn] Show IPA
an act or instance of ejecting.
the state of being ejected.
something ejected, as lava.
/ɪˈdʒɛkt/ Show Spelled[ih-jekt] Show IPA
–verb (used with object)
to drive or force out; expel, as from a place or position: The police ejected the hecklers from the meeting.
to dismiss, as from office or occupancy.
to evict, as from property.
to throw out, as from within; throw off.
/ˌɛksɪˈkyuʃən/ Show Spelled[ek-si-kyoo-shuhn] Show IPA
the act or process of executing.
the state or fact of being executed.
the infliction of capital punishment or, formerly, of any legal punishment.
the process of performing a judgment or sentence of a court: The judge stayed execution of the sentence pending appeal.
a mode or style of performance; technical skill, as in music: The pianist's execution of the sonata was consummate.
effective, usually destructive action, or the result attained by it (usually prec. by do ): The grenades did rapid execution.
Law . a judicial writ directing the enforcement of a judgment.
Computers . the act of running, or the results of having run, a program or routine, or the performance of an instruction.
-Hope this helps!