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Below you will find MCQ Questions of Chapter 4 Maps Class 6 Geography Free PDF Download that will help you in gaining good marks in the examinations and also cracking competitive exams. These Class 6 MCQ Questions with answers will widen your skills and understand concepts in a better manner.

MCQ Questions for Class 6 Geography Chapter 4 Maps with Answers

MCQ Questions for Class 6 Geography Chapter 4 Maps with answers

1. Map showing natural features of the earth such as mountains, rivers, oceans etc. called

(a) Political map

(b) Thematic map

(c) Conventional map

(d) Physical map

► (d) Physical map

2. In map Light brown colour is used to show

(a) Rainfall

(b) Mountains

(c) Rivers

(d) Forest

► (b) Mountains

3. Thick blue line on map is usually used to show

(a) Electricity power station

(b) Stream

(c) River

(d) Dam

► (c) River

4. The relation between the distance and corresponding distance on the map and corresponding distance on the ground known as

(a) Globe

(b) Scale

(c) Map

(d) Sketch

► (b) Scale

5. The blue colour is used for showing

(a) Water bodies

(b) Mountains    

(c) Plains

(d) None of the above

► (a) Water bodies

6. Which of the following is not among the cardinal direction?

(a) South

(b) North-east

(c) East

(d) West

► (b) North-east

7. Topographical map are those

(a) Smaller than the atlas map

(b) Are used by engineers

(c) Larger than cadastral map

(d) Are based on actual survey of small area

► (d) Are based on actual survey of small area

8. Map projection is

(a) The method of transferring the network of longitude and meridians from the spherical surface of the earth to a flat surface

(b) Method of transferring the network of the latitudes and longitudes of locations from the surface of the globe into locations on a plane surface.

(c) The method of transferring the network of parallels from the spherical surface of the earth to a flat surface

(d) The method of transferring the network of parallels and meridians from the spherical surface of the earth to a curved surface

► (b) Method of transferring the network of the latitudes and longitudes of locations from the surface of the globe into locations on a plane surface.

9. _____ represents the curved surface areas of the whole world on a flat sheet of paper

(a) Map

(b) Globe

(c) Plan

(d) Scale

► (a) Map

10. Which of the following is not the limitation of the globe?

(a) Maximum distortion is seen in the region around the poles

(b) Represents earth on the flat surface

(c) Details are not given in the form of symbols

(d) Can study the detail part of the earth

► (d) Can study the detail part of the earth

11. Symbol on map that represent human and physical features on surface of Earth is classified as

(a) Legend

(b) Grid

(c) Key

(d) Both (a) and (b)

► (a) Legend

12. The symbols used to represents various features on the map called

(a) Features symbols

(b) Physical Symbols

(c) Conventional symbols

(d) Small symbols

► (c) Conventional symbols

13. A rough drawing showing only some features of an area drawn without using any scale

(a) Scale

(b) Conventional drawing

(c) Map

(d) Sketch

► (d) Sketch

14. Atlas map are drawn on a ____ scale.

(a) Infinite

(b) Small

(c) Very large

(d) Large

► (b) Small

15. End's of the earth axis are

(a) Grid

(b) Meridians

(c) Poles

(d) Equator

► (c) Poles

16. The _____ needle of the compass point towards North-South direction

(a) Steel

(b) Plastic

(c) Magnetic

(d) Iron

► (c) Magnetic

17. Which of the following is used to without scale

(a) Small scale map

(b) Physical map

(c) Sketch

(d) Plan

► (c) Sketch

18. When a large scale area are shown on a small map it is called

(a) Near scale map

(b) Short scale map

(c) Little scale map

(d) Small scale map

► (d) Small scale map

19. How many components of map are there?

(a) 5

(b) 2

(c) 3

(d) 4

► (c) 3

20. Plan is the detail drawing of the ________ drawn on a very large scale

(a) Sun

(b) Small area

(c) Large scale

(d) Moon

► (b) Small area

21. Usually top of the map indicates ____ direction.

(a) West

(b) North

(c) South

(d) East

► (b) North

22. Usually right side of the direction indicates

(a) North

(b) East

(c) West

(d) South

► (b) East

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