Are you smart enough to pass this geography trivia quiz?

Are you smart enough to pass this geography trivia quiz?
Are you smart enough to pass this geography trivia quiz?

Can you pass this geography trivia quiz? Well, let’s find out. Answer these 15 geography questions and share you score.

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  • Question of

    Heat received by earth from the Sun is known as:

    • insolation
    • solar heat
    • solar radiation
    • thermal radiation
  • Question of

    Solar eclipse occurs when:

    • Earth comes between sun and moon
    • Moon is at right angle to the earth
    • Moon comes between sun and earth
    • Sun comes between moon and earth
  • Question of

    Which one of the following elements is most abundant in the earth’s crust?

    • Oxygen
    • Sulphur
    • Silicon
    • Carbon
  • Question of

    The International Dateline deflects to a side to avoid:

    • Society islands
    • Hawaii
    • Aleutian Islands
    • All the above
  • Question of

    How many kilometres are represented by 1° of latitude?

    • 321 km
    • 211 km
    • 111 km
    • 91 km
  • Question of

    The surface of Earth that lies between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn is called:

    • North Temperate Zone
    • Frigid Zone
    • South Temperate Zone
    • Torrid Zone
  • Question of

    The largest amount of reflection of the solar radiant energy which is reflected back into space before reaching the earth’s surface is due to:

    • clouds
    • water-bodies
    • snow and ice covered areas of the earth
    • all the above reflect nearly the same amount
  • Question of

    The Gutenberg discontinuity is between:

    • the crust and the mantle
    • the upper and lower mantles
    • the outer core and the lower mantle
    • the inner and outer cores
  • Question of

    ‘Green House Effect’ means:

    • pollution in houses in tropical regions
    • trapping of solar energy due to atmospheric oxygen
    • trapping of solar energy due to atmospheric carbon dioxide
    • cultivation in green houses so as to check pollution
  • Question of

    The International Date Line passes through:

    • Bering strait
    • Gibraltar strait
    • Florida strait
    • Malacca strait
  • Question of

    If a traveller going from Vancouver to Tokyo crosses the International Date Line on Saturday, what will be the day for him at Tokyo?

    • Friday
    • Saturday
    • Sunday
    • Monday
  • Question of

    The sunspots cause:

    • aurora borealis and aurora australis
    • magnetic storms on the surface of the sun
    • polar auroras
    • all of these
  • Question of

    The same side of the moon always faces the Earth because:

    • Moon and the Earth have gravitational force
    • Moon cannot change its position
    • the period of rotation of the Moon on its axis and period of revolution around’ the Earth is almost the same
    • the period of rotation of the Moon is not equal to the period of rotation of the Earth
  • Question of

    The Saturn rings were discovered by:

    • Copernicus
    • Newton
    • Galileo
    • none of these
  • Question of

    Foucault experiment is proof of which one of the following?

    • Revolution of Earth
    • Rotation of Earth
    • Rotation of Moon
    • Revolution of Moon

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