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Static GK: Geography, Test- 2

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Question 1
The island state of Australia is
A
Victoria
B
Tasmania
C
Queensland
D
New south Wales
Question 2
The ice age ended about ___ years ago.
A
1,170
B
117
C
11,700
D
117,000
Question 3
The largest continent in the world is
A
Asia
B
Africa
C
Australia
D
Antarctica
Question 4
The Penumbra is
A
the outer portion of the moon's shadow
B
Formed by the tangent that intersects between the sun and the moon
C
Both 1 & 2
D
None of the above
Question 5
The Paleozoic era starts at ____ million years ago and ends at ____ million years ago.
A
570,225
B
245,200
C
980,500
D
210,50
Question 6
The region that has a typical dispersed rural settlement pattern is the
A
Kerala coastal plain
B
Eastern Ganga plain
C
Eastern Rajasthan
D
Telengana plateau
Question 7
The process that creates a sub layer, which is white to gray in colour and composes of silica sand in the horizon, is known as
A
Podsolosation
B
Calcification
C
Laterisation
D
Gleisation
Question 8
The phenomenon of an opening occurring in the earth's surface through which a jet of hot water and steam is forces out at irregular intervals is known as
A
Crater
B
Geyser
C
Hot spring
D
Volcano
Question 9
The rate of infiltration normally declines rapidly during the early part of rainstorm event and reaches a constant value after several hours of rainfall. The factors responsible for this phenomenon are 1.   The filling of fine soil pores with water, which reduces capillary forces 2.   Moistened soil, clay particles to swell and reduce the size of pores 3.   Raindrop impact breaking up with soil clumps, splashing fine particles into pores
A
1,2
B
1,3
C
All of the above
D
2,3
Question 10
The period of daylight
A
is nearly constant near the equator
B
reaches a maximum of 24 hour in the polar zones in summer
C
varies with latitude and the season
D
all of the above
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