Q1: Limestone is associated with
(a) Sedimentary rock
(b) Igneous rock
(c) Metamorphic rock
(d) Tertiary rock
Q2 Which one of the following minerals is formed by decomposition of rocks, leaving a residual mass of weathered material?
Q3 Which is correct about Magnetite iron core?
(a) Magnetite is the most important industrial iron ore in terms of quantity used.
(b) Magnetite has the inferior magnetic qualities which is not valuable in the electric industry.
(c) It is the finest iron ore with very high content of iron upto 70%.
(d) It has a slightly lower iron content than hematite (50-60%)
Q4: They study minerals as part of earth’s crust for a better understanding of landforms. They are called:
Q5 Koderma, in Jharkhand is the leading producer of which one of the following minerals?
(c) iron ore
Q6 Which one of the following is an essential feature of Mica?
(a) It is a metallic mineral made up of a series of plates
(b) It is not used in electric and electronic industry.
(c) It cannot be easily split into thin sheets
(d) It can be clear, black, green, red, yellow or brown.
Q7: Small occurrences of minerals in rocks are known as:
Q8 Which of the following minerals is contained in the Monazite sand?
Q9 Which mineral belongs to the category of non-ferrous metals?
(a) Iron core
Q10: Khetri mines are famous for
Q11 Which one of the following minerals is NOT obtained from the veins and lodes?
Q12 The larger occurrences of minerals of igneous and metamorphic rocks are called:
Q13 Minerals are deposited and accumulated in the stratas of which of the following rocks?
(a) sedimentary rocks
(b) metamorphic rocks
(c) igneous rocks
(d) none of the above
Q14: Rat-hole mining is found in
(c) Madhya Pradesh
Q15 Which one of the following minerals is largely derived from Ocean Waters?
1: (a) Sedimentary rock
2: (b) bauxite
3: (c) It is the finest iron ore with very high content of iron upto 70%.
4: (c) Geologists
5: (b) mica
6: (d) It can be clear, black, green, red, yellow or brown.
7: (b) Veins
8: (c) Thorium
9: (d) Copper
10: (c) copper
11: (d) Gypsum
13: (a) sedimentary rocks
14: (d) Meghalaya
15: (a) Bromine