Competitive Exams: Geography MCQs (Practice-Test 77 of 118)

  1. The process of gradual spread over space of people or ideas from the centre of origin is known as

    1. Distribution

    2. Diffusion

    3. Innovation

    4. Communication

  2. Which one of the following indicates the principle of marketing in Central Place Theory?

    1. K3

    2. K5

    3. K7

    4. K9

  3. The most important producer of nickel in the world is

    1. Russia

    2. Canada

    3. Brazil

    4. Venezuela

  4. The area marked X in the given map represents in important region for the production of

    1. rubber

    2. olives

    3. oil plam

    4. tobacco

  5. Agricultural production in the area marked as ‘X’ in the given Von-Thunen's diagram represents

    1. grain farming fellow and pasture

    2. grain farming without fellow

    3. livestock farming

    4. firewood and timber production

  6. The antipodes of a place situated 25 S and 80 45 45 W is

    1. 25 N and 99 l4 15 E

    2. 2 7475

    3. 99 14 15 E

    4. 65 N and 29 74 75 E

  7. A telegram was sent from Greenwich at 12 noon. The time for transmission was 12 minutes. It reached a town at 6 P. M. The longitude of the town is

    1. 97 E

    2. 87 E

    3. 87 W

    4. 97 W

  8. The projection most suitable for showing ocean routes is

    1. Sinusoidal

    2. Polar Zenithal

    3. Mollweide's

    4. Mercator's

  9. The central meridian indicated by a line half the length of the equator represents

    1. Mercator projection

    2. Polyconic projection

    3. Mollweide's projection

    4. Bonne's projection

  10. Which one of the following pair is correctly matched?

      • Spatial diffusion Theory
      • Hagerstrand
      • Landscape theory
      • Chorley
      • Trade Theory
      • King
      • Transportation Coast Theory
      • Smith
  11. The traditional agricultural classification as presented by D Whittlesey was based on four major dimensions of variationintensity, commerciality, mobility

    1. marketability

    2. mechanisation

    3. crop speciality

    4. crop productivity

  12. The concept of ‘Heartland’ was propounded by

    1. Hartshorne

    2. Haushofer

    3. Spykman

    4. Mackinder

  13. Match List I and List II and select the answer using the codes given below the lists:

    List-I List-II
    1. Jen Brunhes

    2. O. H. K. Spate

    3. G. Tylor

    4. Friedrick Ratzel

    1. Determinism

    2. Neo-detenninism

    3. Possibilism

    4. Prababilism

    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D
      • 1
      • 2
      • 3
      • 4
      • 1
      • 3
      • 2
      • 4
      • 3
      • 4
      • 2
      • 1
      • 3
      • 4
      • 1
      • 2
  14. The mantle rock dropped by the ice is commonly referred to as

    1. alluvium

    2. glacial drift

    3. iceberg

    4. esker

  15. In the given figure X represents

    1. symmetrical fold

    2. asymmetrical fold

    3. isoclinal fold

    4. recumbent fold