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GEO - Globe Model Question Paper

6th Standard

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Social Science

Time : 02:00:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 50
7 x 1 = 7
1. The shape of the Earth is _____________

(a)

Square

(b)

Rectangle

(c)

Geoid

(d)

Circle

2. The North Pole is

(a)

90° N Latitude

(b)

90° S latitude

(c)

90° W Longitude

(d)

90° E longitude

3. The area found between 0° and 180° E lines of longitude is called

(a)

Southern Hemisphere

(b)

Western Hemisphere

(c)

Northern Hemisphere

(d)

Eastern Hemisphere

4. The 23 ½° N line of latitude is called _____________

(a)

Tropic of Capricorn

(b)

Tropic of Cancer

(c)

Arctic Circle

(d)

Antarctic Circle

5. 180° line of longitude is

(a)

Equator

(b)

International Date Line

(c)

Prime Meridian

(d)

North Pole

6. A day has _____________.

(a)

1240 minutes

(b)

1340 minutes

(c)

1440 minutes

(d)

1140 minutes

7. The total number of lines of latitude are

(a)

171

(b)

161

(c)

181

(d)

191

8. 5 x 1 = 5
9. The line of latitude which is known as the Great Circle is ______________.

()

Equator

10. The imaginary lines drawn horizontally on Earth from the West to East are called ____________.

()

latitudes.

11. The 90° lines of latitude on the Earth are called _____________.

()

poles.

12. The Prime Meridian is also called ______________

()

Greenwich Meridian

13. The world is divided into ____________ time zones.

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14. 4 x 1 = 4
15. 0° line of latitude

16. (1)

Pole

17. 0° line of longitude

18. (2)

Greenwich

19. 180° line of longitude

20. (3)

Equator

21. 90° line of latitude

22. (4)

International Date Line

2 x 2 = 4
23. The three dimensional model of the Earth.

24. The network of lines of latitude and longitude.

25. 2 x 1 = 2
26. The 0° line of longitude is called the Greenwich Meridian.

27. The International Date Line runs zigzag.

28. 4 x 2 = 8
29. North Pole, South Pole, Equator, International Date Line.

30. Torrid Zone, Time Zone, Temperate Zone, Frigid Zone

31. Royal Astronomical observatory, Prime Meridian, Greenwich Meridian, International Date Line

32. 10° North, 20° South, 30° North, 40° West

33. 1 x 2 = 2
34. Statement I : The lines of latitude on Earth are used to find the location of a place and define the heat zones on Earth.
Statement II : The lines of longitudes on Earth are used to find the location of a place and to calculate time.
Choose the correct option
a) Statement I is correct; II is wrong
b) Statement I is wrong; II correct
c) Both the statements are correct
d) Both the statements are wrong

35. 4 x 2 = 8
36. What is a geoid?

37. How many times would the sun pass overhead a line of longitude?

38. What are lines of latitude and longitude?

39. Name the four hemispheres of the Earth.

40. 2 x 5 = 10
41. What are the uses of globe?

42. Explain: Indian Standard Time.