# Motions of the Earth Class 6 Quiz

## Motions of the Earth Class 6 Quiz Question with Answer

Motions of the Earth Class 6 Quiz Question with Answer. CBSE Class 6 Geography Lesson 3 Mock Test.

Question: (1) How many types of motion on earth?

(i) One

(ii) Four

(iii) Three

(iv) Two

Question: (2) Which motion is the movement of earth on it axis

(i) Rotation

(ii) Revolution

(iii) Elliptical

(iv) None of these

Question: (3) The movement of the earth around the sun in a fixed path or orbit is called—

(i) Rotation

(ii) Revolution

(iii) Elliptical

(iv) All of these

Question: (4) How much angle obtained by the axis of the earth?

(i) 66o

(ii) 65o

(iii) 65 – ½

(iv) 66 – ½

Question: (5) The plane formed by the orbit is know as—-?

(i) Orbital plane

(ii) Elliptical plane

(iii) Axis plane

(iv) None of these

Question: (6) What is the earth received from the sun?

(i) Heat

(ii) Light

(iii) Rays

(iv) All of these

Question: (7) What is the circle that divides the day from night on the globe?

(i) Orbital plane

(ii) Revolution

(iii) Circle of illuminate

(iv) Equator

Question: (8) How many time the earth takes to complete one rotation around its axis?

(i) 15 hours

(ii) 23 hours

(iii) 20 hours

(iv) 24 hours

Question: (9) What is know as the period of rotation?

(i) Moon day

(ii) Earth day

(iii) World day

(iv) None of these

Question: (10) Which is the second motion of the earth around the sun in its orbit?

(i) Revolution

(ii) Rotation

(iii) Elliptical

(iv) Circular

In case you are missed :- Previous Chapter MCQ Questions

Question: (11) How many days required by earth to revolve around the sun?

(i) 365 days

(ii) 365- ½

(iii) 365- ¼

(iv) 366 days

Question: (12) How many days in a leap year?

(i) 365 days

(ii) 364 days

(iii) 363 days

(iv) 366 days

Question: (13) The earth is going around the sun is an —?

(i) Circular orbit

(ii) Elliptical

(iii) Rotational orbit

(iv) None of these

Question: (14) Which day the rays of the sun fall directly on the tropic of Cancers?

(i) 21st June

(ii) 21st July

(iii) 21st March

(iv) 23st September

Question: (15) Which the longest day and the shortest night happen in northern Hemisphere?

(i) 21st March

(ii) 23st September

(iii) 21st June

(iv) 21st July

Question: (16) When the nights are longer than the days, this position of the earth is called—

(i) Summer solstice

(ii) Equinox

(iii) Winter solstice

(iv) All of these

Question: (17) On which date, the tropic of capricon receives direct rays of the sun as the pole hits towards it?

(i)  21st December

(ii) 22nd December

(iii) 23ed September

(iv) 21st March

Question: (18) When shorter days and longer nights happen in the Northern Hemisphere, this position of the earth is called—-.

(i) Summer Solstice

(ii) Equinoz

(iii) Winter solstice

(iv) None of these

Question: (19) When the whole earth experience equal night?

(i) Summer solstice

(ii) Equinox

(iii) Winter solstice

(iv) All of these

Question: (20) which season is on 23rd September, in the Northern Hemisphere?

(i) Autumn season

(ii) Spring season

(iii) Pre Winter

(iv) Rainy