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Monday, June 8, 2020

NCERT Geography Inside Our Earth Class- 7 Chapter- 2 MCQs

1. What is the outermost layer of the Earth called?

Crust
Mantle
Core
Lithosphere
2. What are the main mineral constituents of the continental mass?
Silica and Magnesium
Magnesium and Iron
Silica and Alumina
Nickel and Iron
3. The Mantle extends up to the depth of ___________ km below the Earth. Fill in the blank.
2900
2100
2400
2600
4. The uppermost layer is the core with a radius of about ________ .
3000 Km
3200 Km
3300 Km
3500 Km
5. The remains of the dead plants and animals trapped in the layers of rocks are called......................?
Minerals
Fossils
Organic Matter
Sediments
6. Gold, petrol, coal, aluminium and uranium are examples of?
Rocks
Stones
Fossils
Minerals
7. The Deccan plateau is made up of ________ rocks.
Basalt
Andesite
Diorite
Dacite
8. The word 'Sedimentary' comes from the latin word 'sedimentum' meaning ______?
Sediments
Erosion and Deposition
Weathering
Settle Down
9. Granite is an example of __________?
Metamorphic
Extrusive Igneous
Intrusive Igneous
Sedimentary
10. The Core is about ________ on the continental masses and only ______ on the ocean floor.
35km, 6km
38km, 5km
35km, 5km
36km, 3km






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