# MCQ Questions for Class 6 Geography Chapter 4 Maps with Answers

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Question 1.
Which one is not a component of Map?
(i) Distance
(ii) Direction
(iii) Scale
(iv) Symbol

Question 2.
When drawing a small area on a large scale is called:
(i) Plan
(ii) Map
(iii) Symbol
(iv) Sketch

Question 3.
A large scale map is used to show:
(i) Small area
(ii) Large area
(iii) (i) & (ii) both
(iv) None

Answer: (i) Small area

Question 4.
A plan is a drawing of a small area on a:
(i) Small scale
(ii) Large scale
(iii) (i) & (ii) both
(iv) None

Answer: (ii) Large scale

Question 5.
Green colour is used for showing:
(i) Mountains
(ii) Plateaus
(iii) Plains
(iv) Waterbodies.

Question 6.
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

Answer: (d) Are based on actual survey of small area

Question 7.
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 c

Question 8.
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

Answer: (d) Can study the detail part of the earth

Question 9.
Atlas map are drawn on a ___________ scale.
(a) Infinite
(b) Small
(c) Very large
(d) Large

Question 10.
Plan is useful to show
(a) Details such as length and breadth of a room or place
(b) To find the location of place of the map
(c) Details of counties river, ocean
(d) Can be put together to make an Atlas

Answer: (a) Details such as length and breadth of a room or place

Question 11.
Which of the following is not among the cardinal direction
(a) South
(b) North-east
(c) East
(d) West

Question 12.
Boundaries between different states are shown in __________ .
(a) Political Map
(b) Relief Map
(c) Vegetation
(d) Commercial Map

Answer: (a) Political Map

Question 13.
Usually top of the map indicates ___________ direction.
(a) West
(b) North
(c) South
(d) East

Question 14.
Map showing the distribution of important crops, minerals, industries etc are called
(a) Distribution map
(b) Political map
(c) Divided map
(d) Physical map

Answer: (a) Distribution map

Question 15.
In map Light brown colour is used to show
(a) Rainfall
(b) Mountains
(c) Rivers
(d) Forest

Match the following

1.

 Column -I Column-II 1. Physical maps (a) contain specific information – Roads, rainfall, forest, industries 2. Political maps (b) contain natural features of the earth 3. Thematic maps (c) showing small areas with detailed information. 4. A small scale map (d) Showing cities, countries, states, towns etc. 5. A large scale map (e) contain large areas — continent or countries

 Column -I Column-II 1. Physical maps (b) contain natural features of the earth 2. Political maps (d) Showing cities, countries, states, towns etc. 3. Thematic maps (a) contain specific information – Roads, rainfall, forest, industries 4. A small scale map (e) contain large areas — continent or countries 5. A large scale map (c) showing small areas with detailed information.

Fill in the blanks

1. A collection of map is called ……………………… .
(i) Symbol (ii) Atlas (iii) Scale (iv) Direction

2. There are ……………………… components of Map.
(i) Three (ii) Four (iii) Five (iv) Six

3. A ……………………… is needed to represent a large distance.
(i) Symbol (ii) Atlas (iii) Scale (iv) Direction

4. There are ……………………… intermediate directions.
(i) one (ii) two (iii) three (iv) four

5. Conventional symbols are the universal symbols used in the map adopted by an ……………………… .
(i) Inter State Agreement (ii) National Agreement
(iii) bilateral agreement (iv) international agreement

Answer: (iv) international agreement

Picture Based Questions

1. Look the picture given above and find out:
(i) In which direction is the river flowing?
(ii) What kind of road passes by the side of village Dumri?
(iii) On what type of railway line is Sunderpur situated?
(iv) On which side of the railway bridge is the police station situated?
(v) On which side of the railway line do the following lie?
(a) Chhatri (b) Church (c) Pond (d) Mosque
(e) River (f) Post and Telegraph Office (g) Graveyard

(i) The river is following eastern to southern side.
(iv) North side
(v) (a) South (b) South (c) North to the Broad gauge and south to the metre gauge
(d) North (e) South (f) South (g) South

2. Look the picture carefully given below and find out: