Multiple-Choice Questions or Objective Type Questions on Globes and Maps [PDF Included]

Hello, dear students! Again I am here with a new article – Multiple-Choice Questions on Globes and Maps. In this article, I will display some MCQ Questions on Globes and Maps that will help you in performing well in the SST subject.

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MCQ Questions on Globes and Maps

Here are some important Objective-Type Questions on Globes and Maps:

  • A globe is a __model of the Earth
  1. Cylindrical
  2. Cuboidal
  3. Spherical
  4. None of these

Ans: (3)

  • Which of the following does not show all the places in detail?
  1. Globe
  2. Map
  3. None of these

Ans: (1)

  • A book of maps is known as:
  1. Globe
  2. Atlas
  3. Compass
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • The word Globus means
  1. Cylinder
  2. Circle
  3. Cuboid
  4. Sphere

Ans: (4)

  • The drawing of the earth on a flat surface is known as
  1. Globe
  2. Map
  3. Compass
  4. Both (1) and (2)

Ans: (2)

  • Which of the following helps us to find directions?
  1. Globe
  2. Map
  3. Compass
  4. Both (1) and (2)

Ans: (3)

  • Which of the following is in two dimensions?
  1. Globe
  2. Map
  3. Compass
  4. Both (1) and (3)

Ans : (2)

  • Which of the following is in three dimensions?
  1. Globe
  2. Map
  3. Compass
  4. Both (1) and (3)

Ans: (4)

  • Meridians are the
  1. Lines of longitude
  2. Lines of latitude
  3. Map grids
  4. Parallel lines to equator

Ans: (1)

  • Lines of latitude
  1. Intersect meridians at right angles
  2. Parallel to the equator
  3. Both (1) and (2)
  4. Map grids

Ans: (3)

  • A scale is
  1. Ratio between actual size of any element and the size of the same shown on the map
  2. Ratio between the size of any element shown on the map and the actual size of the same.
  3. The distance between north pole and south pole
  4. None of the above

Ans : (1)

  • The full form of GPS is:
  1. Global poles surfaces
  2. Global positioning system
  3. Global phone software
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • The lines that are drawn from the North Pole to the South Pole are:
  1. Meridians
  2. Lines of longitude
  3. Both (1) and (2)
  4. Lines of latitude

Ans: (3)

  • 0 Degrees longitude runs through
  1. Greenwich, England
  2. Greenwich, U.S.A
  3. Cape Town, South Africa
  4. New Delhi, India

Ans: (1)

  • In a globe, each degree is divided into:
  1. 180 minutes
  2. 120 minutes
  3. 60 minutes
  4. 30 minutes

Ans: (3)

  • 21 degrees 30 minutes is represented on a computer by
  1. 21.30 degrees
  2. 21.50 degrees
  3. 21.20 degrees
  4. None of these

Ans : (2)

  • 21.75 degrees shown on a computer means:
  1. 21 degrees 75 minutes
  2. 21 degrees 30 minutes
  3. 21 degrees 45 minutes
  4. None of these

Ans: (3)

  • Earth is tilted by
  1. 21.75 degrees
  2. 23.5 degrees
  3. 25.3 degrees
  4. 25.71 degrees

Ans: (2)

  • How the earth is tilted is visible in
  1. Maps
  2. Globes
  3. Compass
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • Find the odd one:
  1. Equator
  2. Parallels
  3. Prime meridian
  4. Lines of latitude

Ans: (3)

  • Find the odd one:
  1. Legend
  2. Map grids
  3. Scale
  4. Globe

Ans: (4)

  • Cartographer is:
  1. One that makes maps
  2. One that creates globes
  3. One that created the map scales
  4. One that created the map grids

Ans: (1)

  • The map is invented by:
  1. Martin Behaim
  2. Anaximander
  3. Globe telecom
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • Globe is invented by
  1. Martin Behaim
  2. Anaximander
  3. Globe telecom
  4. None of these

Ans: (1)

  • The prime meridian is
  1. A zero degree latitude
  2. A zero degree longitude
  3. A 23.5 degree latitude
  4. A 23.5 degree longitude

Ans: (2)

  • The father of map is:
  1. Martin Behaim
  2. Anaximander
  3. Globe telecom
  4. Gerardus Mercator

Ans: (4)

  • A map key is:
  1. Symbols used in the map to represent the different elements of the map.
  2. Scale used to get the actual dimension of the elements used in the map.
  3. Parallels to the equator
  4. The map grids

Ans: (1)

  • How many degrees of latitude is there in the globe?
  1. 360 degrees
  2. 180 degrees
  3. 90 degrees
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • The distance between each degree of latitude is:
  1. 1110 kilometers
  2. 510 kilometers
  3. 110 kilometers
  4. 11 kilometers

Ans: (3)

  • The symbol of city in a map is
  1. Of triangular shape
  2. Of circular shape or dots
  3. Of curved line
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • The symbol of mountains or hills in a map is
  1. Of triangular shape
  2. Of circular shape or dots
  3. Of curved line
  4. None of these

Ans: (1)

  • One who loves maps is known as:
  1. Cartographer
  2. Cartophile
  3. Map lover
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • Find the odd one:
  1. Legend
  2. Title
  3. Scale
  4. Equator

Ans: (4)

  • Which of the following divides the earth equally into Northern and Southern Hemisphere?
  1. The line of 0 degree latitude
  2. The line of 180 degree longitude
  3. The meridian
  4. The parallels

Ans: (1)

  • In which of the following zone, India is located?
  1. Southern hemisphere
  2. Northern hemisphere
  3. None of the above

Ans: (2)

  • The international date line is the:
  1. Line of 180 degree longitude
  2. Line of 0 degree longitude
  3. Line of 0 degree latitude
  4. Line of 180 degree latitude

Ans: (1)

Quiz on Globes and Maps

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Quiz on Globes and Maps

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In a globe, 60 minutes indicate

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The map key helps us in

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The North Line on the Map helps us in

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The longitude that divides the Earth into two equal halves is

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The latitude that divides the earth into two equal halves is

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The networks of latitudes and longitudes that help us in identifying the places are the

7 / 10

The standing guidelines are the

8 / 10

The sleeping guidelines drawn all over the globe are

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The equator divides the earth equally into two halves _.

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The prime meridian divides the earth equally into two halves _.

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Conclusion

The multiple-choice questions mentioned here are the basic questions from Globes and Maps. I hope that the article –“Multiple-Choice Questions on Globes and Maps” will help you in getting a good score in your SST examination. If you want MCQ Questions on some other topics, please let me know by writing in the comment box. Best Wishes!

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