# MCQ Questions for Class 6 Geography Chapter 2 Globe Latitudes and Longitudes with Answers

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Question 1.
Parallel of latitude of 66 ½° north is known as:
(a) Arctic circle
(b) Antarctic circle
(c) Longitude

Question 2.
Movement of a heavenly body on its axis is called:
(a) Rotation
(b) Longitude
(c) Axis movement

Question 3.
The number of parallels of latitude are:
(a) 80
(b) 180
(c) 360

Question 4.
The number of meridians of latitude are:
(a) 90
(b) 180
(c) 360

Question 5.
What divides the earth into the eastern and western hemisphere?
(a) prime meridian
(b) north pole
(c) Equator

Question 6.
The globe is true model of the:
(a) Universe
(b) Earth
(c) Solar system

Question 7.
A globe doesn’t show the:
(a) Countries
(b) Continents
(c) Trees

Question 8.
The number of time zone in Russia are:
(a) 5
(b) 2
(c) 1

Question 9.
The equator lies at the __________ degree latitude
(a) 2
(b) 1
(c) 0

Question 10.
The northern most end of the axis is the:
(a) South Pole
(b) North Pole
(c) Tropic of Cancer

Question 11.
The Arctic Circle is located in the
(a) Western hemisphere
(b) Southern hemisphere
(c) Northern hemisphere
(d) Eastern hemisphere

Question 12.
Describe the shape of the Earth?
(a) A sphere which bulges at the poles and flattens at the centre
(b) A sphere which flattens at the poles and bulges at the centre
(c) A sphere which bulges at the poles and at the centre
(d) A perfect sphere

Answer: (b) A sphere which flattens at the poles and bulges at the centre

Question 13.
What are latitude and longitude lines?
(a) Thick and thin line that divide the Earth
(b) An imaginary line that divide the Earth
(c) A real line that divides the Earth
(d) Long and short line that divide the Earth

Answer: (b) An imaginary line that divide the Earth

Question 14.
The Prime Meridian passes through
(a) Greenwood
(b) Greenfield
(c) Greenwhich
(d) Greenwich

Question 15.
What are meridian of longitude?
(a) The lines running from north pole to the south poles
(b) The lines running from north pole to the east poles
(c) The lines running from north pole to the west poles
(d) The lines running from east pole to the south poles

Answer: (a) The lines running from north pole to the south poles

Question 16.
IST stands for
(a) Internal Specific Time
(b) Internal Standard Temperate
(c) Indian Standard Time
(d) Indian Specific Time

Question 17.
The tropic of cancer and tropic of Capricorn are of
(a) Equal length
(b) Capricorn is shorter than the Cancer
(c) Capricorn is bigger than the Cancer
(d) Vey big difference between these two

Question 18.
Equator is an
(a) Imaginary rectangular line
(b) Imaginary circular line
(c) Imaginary straight line
(d) Imaginary triangular line

Question 19.
Dibrugarh is located in
(a) Assam
(b) Nagaland
(d) Mizoram

Question 20.
The total number of meridians across the globe is
(a) 180
(b) 360
(c) 90
(d) 181

Match the following

1.

 Column-I Column-II 1. Globe (a) 66 ½° North of the equator 2. Arctic circle (b) 23 ½° N in the northern hemisphere 3. Antarctic circle (c) 180 4. Tropic of Cancer (d) Model of Earth 5. Tropic of Capricorn (e) 66 ½° South of the equator 6. Parallels of Latitude (f) 23 ½° S in the southern hemisphere 7. Meridians of Longitude (g) 360 8. North Pole (h) 90° South of the equator 9. South Pole (i) 90° North of the equator

 Column-I Column-II 1. Globe (d) Model of Earth 2. Arctic circle (a) 66 ½° North of the equator 3. Antarctic circle (e) 66 ½° South of the equator 4. Tropic of Cancer (b) 23 ½° N in the northern hemisphere 5. Tropic of Capricorn (f) 23 ½° S in the southern hemisphere 6. Parallels of Latitude (g) 360 7. Meridians of Longitude (c) 180 8. North Pole (i) 90° North of the equator 9. South Pole (h) 90° South of the equator

Fill in the blanks

1. ……………………… times zone are in Russia.

2. The Equator lies on ……………………… .

3. The area lying between the Arctic Circle and the Tropic of Cancer is called ……………………… .

4. The line of 23 ½° S is called ……………………… .

5. The Earth rotates on its ……………………… .

6. An imaginary line running east to west and divided globe into two equal parts is called ……………………… .

7. All the parallel circles from the equator up to the poles are called ……………………… .

8. The temperature of Temperate zone is ……………………… .

9. In India, the longitude of 82 ½ 0 E is treated as ……………………… .

10. Each time zone covers ……………………… of longitude.

Picture Based Questions

1. Draw important parallels of latitudes.