MCQ on Inside Our Earth

CBSE 7th Class MCQ CBSE Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

21- Which of the following is an example of extrusive rocks?

(A) Basalt

(B) Granite

(C) Sandstone

(D) None of the above

 

22- When the molten magma comes out from the interior of the earth on the earth surface it rapidly cools down and becomes solid and rock formed in such a way on crust is called…………………

(A) Intrusive rock

(B) Extrusive rock

(C) Sedimentary rocks

(D) Metamorphic rocks

 

23- Which of the following region is made up of basalt rock?

(A) Indian Plain

(B) Chotta nagpur plateau

(C) Deccan plateau

(D) Nillgiri hillls

 

24- When molten magma cools down inside the earth’s crust. Solid rocks so formed are called ……………….

(A) Metamorphic rocks

(B) Sedimentary rocks

(C) Extrusive Igneous rocks

(D) Intrusive igneous rocks

 

25- ……………….rocks is formed by the accumulation or deposition of minerals or organic particles at the earth’s surface.

(A) Lava rocks

(B) Metamorphic rocks

(C) Igneous rocks

(D) Sedimentary rocks

 

26- When rocks are broken down into small fragments. These particles are called ………………….

(A) Sediments

(B) Silts

(C) Clay

(D) Kankar

 

27- ……………..are made up from grains of sand.

(A) Granite

(B) Sandstones

(C) Basalt

(D) None of the above

 

28- What types of rocks are also contains fossils of animal, plants and other micro organisms?

(A) Metamorphic rocks

(B) Igneous rocks

(C) Sedimentary rocks

(D) None of the above

 

29- Igneous rocks and Sedimentary rocks can change into metamorphic rocks under great heat and pressure. Is this statement true or false?

(A) False

 (b)True

 

 30- Which of the following relate to metamorphic rocks? Choose the correct statement.

a. Clay changes into slate.

b. Limestone into marble

(A) Only a statement

(B) Only b statement

(C) Both a and b statement

(D) None of the above statement

 

ANSWERS:

21-(A), 22-(B), 23-(C), 24-(D), 25-(D), 26-(A), 27-(B), 28-(C), 29-(B), 30-(C)