World Geography Trivia Questions with Answers

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Practice MCQ of World Geography for Students

The difference in the duration of day and night increases as one moves from the …… to the …..

1. Equator, poles

2. Poles, equator

3. Tropic of Cancer, equator

4. Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn

Option 1 – Equator, poles

What causes the wind to deflect toward the left in the Southern hemisphere?

1. Temperature

2. Magnetic field

3. Rotation of the earth

4. Pressure

Option 3 – Rotation of the earth

The South Pole experiences continuous light at the time of

1. Winter solstice

2. summer solstice

3. vernal equinox

4. autumnal equinox

Option 1 – Winter solstice

A day is added when one crosses

1. The equator from north to south

2. 180° longitude from west to east

3. 180° longitude east to west

4. the equator from south to north

Option 3 – 180° longitude east to west

In order of their distances from the Sun, which of the following planets lie between Mars and Uranus?

1. Earth and Jupiter

2. Jupiter and Saturn

3. Saturn and Earth

4. Saturn and Neptune

Option 2 – Jupiter and Saturn

Selene-1, the lunar orbiter mission belongs to which one of the following ?

1. China

2. European Union

3. Japan

4. USA

Option 3 – Japan

The longest day in Australia will be on

1. June 21

2. September 22

3. December 22

4. March 23

Option 3 – December 22

The minimum distance between the sun and the earth occurs on

1. December 22

2. June 21

3. September 22

4. January 3

Option 4 – January 3

On the day the sun is nearest to the earth, the earth is said to be in

1. aphelion

2. perihelion

3. apogee

4. perigee

Option 2 – perihelion

The earth is at its maximum distance from the sun on

1. July 4

2. January 30

3. September 22

4. December 22

Option 1 – July 4

The rate of rotation of the earth on its axis is highest on

1. January 3

2. December 22

3. July 4

4. It never changes

Option 4 – It never changes

What is the International Date Line?

1. It is the equator.

2. It is the 0° longitude.

3. It is the 90° east longitude

4. It is the 180° longitude.

Option 4 – It is the 180° longitude.

What is the relationship between solar day and sidereal day?

1. Both are equal

2. Solar day is longer than sidereal day

3. Solar day is shorter than sidereal day

4. There is no relationship between the two

Option 2 – Solar day is longer than sidereal day

One Astronomical Unit is the average distance between

1. Earth and the Sun

2. Earth and the Moon

3. Jupiter and the Sun

4. Pluto and the Sun

Option 1 – Earth and the Sun

How much of the surface of the moon is visible from the earth?

1. more than 75%

2. only about 40%

3. about 59%

4. about 65%

Option 3 – about 59%

What is the unit of measurement of the distances of stars from the earth?

1. light year

2. fathoms

3. nautical miles

4. kilometers

Option 1 – light year

On the surface of the moon, the

1. mass and weight become lesser

2. mass remains constant and only the weight is lesser

3. only the mass is lesser

4. mass and weight both remain unchanged.

Option 2 – mass remains constant and only the weight is lesser

Which comet appears every 76 years?

1. Hailey’s

2. Holme’s

3. Donati’s

4. Alpha Centauri

Option 1 – Hailey’s

The moon’s period of revolution with reference to the sun is

1. equal to one solar month

2. equal to one sidereal month

3. equal to one synodic month

4. none of these

Option 3 – equal to one synodic month

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