Globe Latitudes and Longitudes MCQ Questions for Class 6 Social Science Chapter 2 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 6 Social Science with Answers Geography: The Earth: Our Habitat

Q1. The number of parallels of latitude are:

(i) 80
(ii) 180
(iii) 360
(iv) 90

(ii) 180

Q2. The distance between the longitude

(i) Decreases towards Poles
(ii) Increases towards Poles
(iii) Decreases towards North Poles only
(iv) Decreases towards South Poles only

(i) Decreases towards Poles

Q3. What is called a needle fixed through the globe in a tilted manner?

(i) Orbit
(ii) Axis
(iii) Latitude
(iv) Longitude

(ii) Axis

Q4. Parallel of latitude of 66 ½° north is known as:

(i) Arctic circle
(ii) Antarctic circle
(iii) Longitude
(iv) None of those

(i) Arctic circle

Q5. What divides the earth into the eastern and western hemisphere?

(i) prime meridian
(ii) north pole
(iii) Equator
(iv) All of those

(i) prime meridian

Q6. The total number of meridians across the globe is

(i) 180
(ii) 360
(iii) 90
(iv) 181

(ii) 360

Q7. Name one of the following parallels of latitudes as Tropic of Cancer.

(i) 0°
(ii) 23° 30′ S
(iii) 23° 30′ N
(iv) 66° 30′ N

(iii) 23° 30′ N

Q8. Equator is an

(i) Imaginary rectangular line
(ii) Imaginary circular line
(iii) Imaginary straight line
(iv) Imaginary triangular line

(ii) Imaginary circular line

Q9. A globe doesn’t show the:

(i) Countries
(ii) Continents
(iii) Trees

(iii) Trees

Q10. This marks the location of the equator on Earth

(i) 20 degree
(ii) 90 degree
(iii) 180 degree
(iv) 0 degree

(iv) 0 degree

Q11. Which of the following zone is situated between 66°30′ S and poles?

(i) Torrid Zone
(ii) Temperate Zone
(iii) Frigid Zone
(iv) All of these

(iii) Frigid Zone

Q12. The line which cut the world into north and south latitude

(i) Equator
(ii) Latitude
(iii) Longitude
(iv) Prime meridian

(i) Equator

Q13. The equator lies at the __ degree latitude

(i) 2
(ii) 1
(iii) 3
(iv) 0

(iv) 0

Q14. The tropic of cancer and tropic of Capricorn are of

(i) Equal length
(ii) Capricorn is shorter than the Cancer
(iii) Capricorn is bigger than the Cancer
(iv) Vey big difference between these two

(i) Equal length

Q15. What divides the earth into the eastern and the western hemispheres?

(i) Equator
(ii) Prime Meridian
(iii) 82° 30′ E
(iv) None of these

(ii) Prime Meridian

Q16. The heat zone with the coldest climate is the _

(i) Torrid Zone
(ii) Northern Temperate Zone
(iii) The Frigid Zones
(iv) either of the Temperate Zones.

(iii) The Frigid Zones

Q17. The Arctic Circle is located in the

(i) Western hemisphere
(ii) Southern hemisphere
(iii) Northern hemisphere
(iv) Eastern hemisphere

(iii) Northern hemisphere

Q18. IST stands for

(i) Internal Specific Time
(ii) Internal Standard Temperate
(iii) Indian Standard Time
(iv) Indian Specific Time

(iii) Indian Standard Time

Q19. On which parallel of latitude is Mauritius located?

(i) 10° N
(ii) 20° S
(iii) 23° 30′ S
(iv) 0°

(ii) 20° S

Q20. The local time of 82Q30’ E longitude is taken as a standard throughout India. It is known as

(i) local time of India
(ii) Indian Standard Time (1ST)
(iii) both (i) and (ii)
(iv) none of these

(ii) Indian Standard Time (1ST)

Q21. What are latitude and longitude lines?

(i) Thick and thin line that divide the Earth
(ii) An imaginary line that divide the Earth
(iii) A real line that divides the Earth
(iv) Long and short line that divide the Earth

(ii) An imaginary line that divide the Earth

Q22. What are meridian of longitude?

(i) The lines running from north pole to the south poles
(ii) The lines running from north pole to the east poles
(iii) The lines running from north pole to the west poles
(iv) The lines running from east pole to the south poles

(i) The lines running from north pole to the south poles

Q23. What time does earth take, rotating from one degree longitude to next longitude?

(i) 4 minutes
(ii) 15 minutes
(iii) 10 minutes
(iv) None of these

(i) 4 minutes

Q24. The Standard Meridian of India is:

(i) 88°30′ E
(ii) 86°30′ E
(iii) 82°30′ E
(iv) 84°30′ E

(iii) 82°30′ E

Q25. The total number of parallels across the globe is

(i) 181
(ii) 360
(iii) 80
(iv) 90

(i) 181

Q26. What is a globe?

(i) Earth
(ii) True model of the earth
(iii) Both (i) and (ii)
(iv) None of these

(ii) True model of the earth

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