🔹 Geography Important Questions 🔹
🔹 The angular distance of a point on the Earth's surface, measured in degrees from the centre of the Earth is called?
🔹 The angular distance measured in degrees along the equator, east or west of the Prime Meridian is called?
🔹 The line that passes through 180 degree East or West Meridian of longitude which falls on the opposite side of the Greenwich Meridian is called?
➨ International Date Line
🔹 0 degree longitude that passes through Greenwich near London is called?
➨ Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
🔹 The 82 and 1/2 degree longitude that passes through Allahabad and is 5 and 1/2 hour ahead of the GMT is called?
➨ Indian Standard Time (IST)
🔹 The two days during the year when the day and night are almost equal throughout the world because the sun shines vertically over the equator is called?
🔹 The imaginary line that passes through the Earth midway between the North pole and the South pole is called?
🔹 The imaginary line drawn out on the global map from pole to pole and perpendicular to the Equator is called?
🔹 In which part of the Earth's atmosphere is Ozone layer present?
🔹 Which part of the Earth's atmosphere is suitable for radio communication?
🔹 Which is the outermost layer of the Earth's atmosphere?
🔹 Study of rock is called?
🔹 Granite and Basalt are which type of rocks?
➨ Igneous rocks
🔹 Deposition of organic and non-organic matter over a period of time produces which type of rocks?
➨ Sedimentary rocks
🔹 Igneous and Sedimentary rocks undergo changes due to pressure and change in temperature under the Earth's surface, this change led to the formation of which type of rock?
➨ Metamorphic rock