15 questions you should answer without hesitation. Are you brave enough?

15 questions you should answer
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15 questions you should answer without hesitation. Are you brave enough to check how much do you really know about the world you live in? Remember: It’s really easy quiz and you should get at least 12/15. How much do you know? Ready? Let’s find out.


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15 questions you should answer without hesitation. Are you brave enough?

  • The mapping of which of the following is most difficult?

    • Mountains
    • Plateaus and Plains
    • Interior of the Earth
    • Oceans and their depth
  • Tides in the sea have stored in them:

    • hydraulic energy
    • kinetic energy
    • gravitational potential energy
    • a combination of all the above three forms of energy
  • In the earliest days when life originated on earth, the atmosphere contained:

    • free oxygen
    • no oxygen
    • oxygen in fixed form
    • oxygen bound to carbon
  • Which one of the following would have occured if the earth had NOT been inclined on its own axis?

    • All the seasons would have been of same duration
    • The seasons would not have changed
    • The summers would have been of longer duration
    • The winters would have been of longer duration
  • Latitude of place is indicative of its:

    • time
    • altitude
    • amount of rainfall
    • temperature
  • The upper part of the mantle upon which the crust of the Earth floats is called:

    • barysphere
    • mesophere
    • mohorovic discontinuity
    • asthenosphere
  • Tides are complied and they vary from place to place because of:

    • the movement of Moon in relation to Earth
    • Uneven distribution of water over the globe
    • irregularities in the configuration of oceans
    • all of the above
  • The earth rotates around its axis from: [RRB 1991]

    • north to south
    • east to west
    • south to north
    • west to east
  • The mean radius of the earth is approximately:

    • 3200 km
    • 6400 km
    • 9600 km
    • 12800 km
  • Summer Solstice in the Southern Hemisphere occurs on:

    • December 22
    • September 23
    • June 21
    • March 21
  • Spring tides occur when:

    • the moon is nearest to the earth
    • the moon is farthest from the earth
    • the moon, the sun and the earth are at right angles with the earth at the apex
    • the moon, the sun and the earth are in the same line
  • The speed of rotation of the earth is the highest:

    • along the Equator
    • at the North Pole
    • along the Tropic of Cancer
    • along the Arctic Circle
  • If a solar eclipse occurs when the moon is quite far from the earth, the eclipse would be likely to be:

    • total
    • partial
    • annular
    • none of these
  • What can be the maximum duration of totality for a solar eclipse?

    • 12.5 minutes
    • 7 minutes 40 seconds
    • 1 hour 40 seconds
    • There is no maximum duration
  • The place which has the longest day and the shortest night on 22nd December is:

    • Chennai
    • Madrid
    • Melbourne
    • Moscow

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Eric Brown

Written by Eric Brown

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