Geography Class 8 0 To 20

Geography Class 8th

1. The Representation of Earth or a Specific part of it:

A) Graph

B) Map

C) Picture

D) None of the above

2. The technique of making of Map is called:

A) Map logy

B) Cartography

C) Altitude Graphing

D) All of the above

3. Map showing the population, mineral, reserves:

A) Topographical map.

B) Distributional Map

C) Atlas Map

D) Cadastral Map

4. There are ______ types of distributional maps:

A) 1

B) 2

C) 3

D) 4

5. The map showing the variation in production:

A) Qualitative Map

B) Atlas Map

C) Cadastral Map

D) Topographical Map

6. Maps prepared for smaller areas with detail:

A) Quantitative Map

B) Atlas Map

C) Cadastral Map

D) Topographical Map

7. Dot and Shed Map are example of:

A) Quantitative Map

B) Qualitative Map

C) Topographical map

D) Atlas Map

8. The point or place where river starts is called:

A) Origin

B) Source

C) Epicenter

D) Both A and B

9. The Point where rivers joins the sea is called:

A) Origin

B) Junction

C) Mouth

D) Attachment

10. The area where river collect water is called:

A) Catchment

B) Junction

C) Collecting Point

D) none of the above

11. Which of the following is not example of internal forces:

A) Mountains

B) Wind

C) Plains

D) Plateaus

12. Which of the following is caused by External Forces:

A) Erosion

B) Deposition

C) Both A and B

D) None of the above

13. Erosion depends on which of the following:

A) Slope of  Bed

B) Nature of Bed Rock

C) Both A and B

D) None of the above

14. Erosion of the river bed both downwards and sideways by large rocks:

A) Abrasion

B) Attrition

C) Transportation

D) Deposition

15. Some rock components are soluble in water.

A) True

B) False

16. The Force of Water by which it picks up loose objects from the ground.

A) Hydraulic Action

B) Transportation

C) Water Tension

D) None of the above

17. Wear and Tear of pebbles and rocks against each other is called:

A) Friction

B) Attrition

C) Breakage

D) Collision

18. The Transport of corroded material by the river:

A) Attrition

B) Deposition

C) Transportation

D) None of the above

19. The transported material is called:

A) Load of River

B) Transport Mass

C) Dissolved Matter

D) Vector

20. The entire course of river is divided into ______ parts.

A) One

B) Two

C) Three

D) Four

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