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MCQ Based chapter wise Questions for Class 6 Geography 

Class 6 Geography 

Class 6 Geography consists of 8 chapters in the CBSE board syllabus and it’s a basic of the subject that needs to be done carefully to build a foundation for the subject. Our experts recommend the NCERT textbook of the theory and do solve all the questions asked in the NCERT textbook with the help of HT NCERT solutions for class 6 social science. This page is prepared for the additional questions of Class 6 Geography. We have uploaded chapter-wise MCQ-based questions from all the chapters of Class 6 Geography to give you additional subject knowledge, all the questions are solved with the right set of explanations. 

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MCQ-based questions for Class 6 Geography 

Q 1)Which are the life-sustaining elements on the Earth?

a)    Land

b)    Water

c)    Air

d)    All of them

1.    (d) Land, water and air are the life sustaining elements present on the Earth

Q 2) Oxygen, Nitrogen, Carbon dioxide and other gases are found on which part of the Earth?

a)    Lithosphere

b)    Atmosphere

c)    Hydrosphere

d)    Biosphere

2.    (b) The gaseous layers that surround the Earth is the atmosphere where oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide and other gases are found

Q 3) What is Biosphere?

a)    A narrow zone of Earth where all forms of life are found

b)    A narrow zone surrounding the atmosphere

c)    A narrow zone found under the water

d)    None of them

3.    (a) Biosphere is a narrow zone of Earth where all forms of life is found

Q 4) The Earth surface comprises of ____________

a)    Continents

b)    Ocean basins

c)    Both ‘a’ and ‘b’

d)    None of them

4.    (c) The Earth surface comprises of both continents and ocean basins

Q 5) What is the height of Mount Everest from sea level?

a)    8000m

b)    9100m

c)    8848m

d)    None of them

5.    (c) The height of Mount Everest is 8848m above the sea level

Q 6) What is Mariana trench famous for?

a)    Deepest spot on the Earth

b)    Highest point on the Earth

c)    Largest trench

d)    Smallest island

6.    (a) The greatest depth of 11,022m is recorded at Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean

Q 7) Which is the largest continent on Earth?

a)    Europe

b)    Asia

c)    Africa

d)    South America

7.    (b) Asia is the largest continent of the total 7 continents

Q 8) Which latitude runs through the middle of Africa?

a)    Tropic of Cancer

b)    Tropic of Capricorn

c)    Equator

d)    None of them

8.    (c) Equator or 0 degree latitudes runs almost through the middle of Africa

Q 9) Through which continent does the Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn and Equator pass?

a)    South America

b)    Australia

c)    North America

d)    Africa

9.    (d) Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn and Equator passes through Africa

Q 10) Which continent is called Island Continent?

a)    Africa

b)    Australia

c)    North America

d)    Asia

10.    (b) Australia is surrounded on all sides by the oceans and seas hence it is called an Island continent

Q 11) Indented coastline of Atlantic Ocean is ideal for ______________

a)    Sea ports

b)    Natural harbours

c)    Both ‘a’ and ‘b’

d)    None of them

11.    (c) Both natural sea ports and natural harbours are found on the indented coast line of Atlantic ocean

Q 12) Which two oceans are connected by the Berring Strait?

a)    Artic Ocean and Pacific Ocean

b)    Artic Ocean and Antarctic Ocean

c)    Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean

d)    Atlantic Ocean and Indian Ocean

12.    (a) The Artic ocean is within the Arctic circle and the Pacific ocean is connected by the Berring Strait 

Q 13) What per cent of Earth’s water is in the form of oceans?

a)    90%

b)    97.2%

c)    82%

d)    50.85%

13.    (b) 97.2% of the Earth’s water is found in oceans and it is too salty for human consumption

Q 14) What is the use of nitrogen gas in the atmosphere?

a)    It is used for breathing

b)    It is used for the growth of living organisms

c)    It absorbs heat radiated by the Earth

d)    None of them

14.    (b) Nitrogen of the atmosphere is converted into nitrates and nitrites by the help of Ribozome bacteria in the soil and is used for the growth of plants and organisms of the soil

Q 15) Density of the air decreases with the increase in _________

a)    Height

b)    Depth

c)    Width

d)    All of them

15.    (a) As the density of the air varies with height, it is maximum at sea level. As we go up the density of air decreases

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