Geology Physics MCQ For Freshers & Experienced

  • Question 1) The ___________ forms the relatively cool, brittle plates of plate tectonics.
  • Question 2) ------------------rocks form by crystallization and consolidation of molten magma.
  • Question 3) In correct order from the center outward, Earth includes which units?
  • Question 4) Identify the thinnest layer of the Earth?
  • Question 5) Which of the following mineral is composed of silicon dioxide (SiO2)?
  • Question 6) Which of the following two elements contain in all silicate minerals?
  • Question 7) Identify the type of chemical bonding in which electrons are shared between adjacent atoms?
  • Question 8) Exfoliation is the form of
  • Question 9) Palaeontology is the study of
  • Question 10) What is the radial extent of core of earth?
  • Question 11) Identify the rocks which contributes the highest amount of radioactive heat in the earth's crust?
  • Question 12) The decent of oceanic lithosphere into mantle is known as
  • Question 13) The process by which an originally homogeneous earth developed a dense core and a light crust is called:
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Geology Physics MCQ
Updated ON

19th Mar, 2020

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Sharad Jaiswal

Q1. The ___________ forms the relatively cool, brittle plates of plate tectonics.

  • Astrosphere
  • Lithosphere
  • Asthenosphere
  • None of these
View Answer
The lithosphere forms the relatively cool, brittle plates of plate tectonics.

Q2. ------------------rocks form by crystallization and consolidation of molten magma.

  • Igneous
  • Sedimentary
  • Primary
  • Indigenous
View Answer
Igneous rocks form by crystallization and consolidation of molten magma.

Q3. In correct order from the center outward, Earth includes which units?

  • Inner core, outer core, mantle, crust
  • Inner core, crust, mantle, hydrosphere
  • Core, inner mantle, outer mantle, crust
  • None of these
View Answer
Earth includes inner core, outer core, mantle, crust unit.

Q4. Identify the thinnest layer of the Earth?

  • Outer core
  • Crust
  • Mantle
  • None of these
View Answer
Crust is the thinnest layer of the Earth.

Q5. Which of the following mineral is composed of silicon dioxide (SiO2)?

  • Diamond
  • Calcite
  • Olivine
  • Quartz
View Answer
Quartz mineral is composed of silicon dioxide (SiO2).

Q6. Which of the following two elements contain in all silicate minerals?

  • Oxygen, carbon
  • Silicon, sodium
  • Silicon, oxygen
  • Iron, silicon
View Answer
All silicate minerals contain Silicon and oxygen.

Q7. Identify the type of chemical bonding in which electrons are shared between adjacent atoms?

  • Isotopic
  • Subatomic
  • Covalent
  • Ionic
View Answer
In covalent bonding in which electrons are shared between adjacent atoms.

Q8. Exfoliation is the form of

  • Chemical Weathering
  • Biochemical Weathering
  • Physical Weathering
  • None of these
View Answer
Exfoliation is the form of physical weathering.

Q9. Palaeontology is the study of

  • Fossils
  • Study of rocks
  • Geological features of earth
  • None of these
View Answer
Palaeontology is the study of fossils.

Q10. What is the radial extent of core of earth?

  • 3486 kms
  • 2999 kms
  • 4113 kms
  • 2886 kms
View Answer
3486 kms is the radial extent of core of earth.

Q11. Identify the rocks which contributes the highest amount of radioactive heat in the earth's crust?

  • Granite
  • Dunite
  • Gabbra
  • Basalt
View Answer
Granite rocks contributes the highest amount of radioactive heat in the earth's crust.

Q12. The decent of oceanic lithosphere into mantle is known as

  • Subduction
  • Constraction fault
  • Accretion
  • None of these
View Answer
The decent of oceanic lithosphere into mantle is known as subduction.

Q13. The process by which an originally homogeneous earth developed a dense core and a light crust is called:

  • Differentiation
  • Compression
  • Accretion
  • Metamorphism
View Answer
The process by which an originally homogeneous earth developed a dense core and a light crust is called differentiation.

Q14. Which isn't chemical or organic sedimentary rocks?

  • Sandstone
  • Limestone
  • Rocksalt
  • Gypsum
View Answer
Sandstone isn't chemical or organic sedimentary rocks.

Q15. Which of the following isn't a type of sandstone?

  • Travertine
  • Quartz sandstone
  • Graywacke
  • Arkose
View Answer
Travertine isn't a type of sandstone.

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