MCQ Questions for Class 9 Geography Chapter 4 Climate with Answer

Answer: True


2. The Coastal area of India receive tropical type of climate.

Answer: False


3. One of the states affected by Kal-Baisakhi is West Bengal.

Answer: True


4. Delhi and Kanpur have an extreme climate.

Answer: False


5. The retreating south-west monsoon season in India begin in November.

Answer: False


6. On a winter night, temperature at Drass may be as low as minus 45°C.

Answer: True


7. Most parts of the country receive rainfall from June to September.

Answer: False


8. Due to the curvation of the earth, the amount of solar energy received varies according to altitude.

Answer: False


9. The pressure and wind system of any area depends on the latitude and altitude of the place.

Answer: True


10. The Tropic of Cancer passes through the middle of the country from the Rann of Kachchh on the west to Mizoram in the east.

Answer: True


11. The sea exerts a moderating influence on climate.

Answer: True


12. Ocean currents along with onshore winds affect the climate of the desert areas.

Answer: False


13. The Himalaya prevent the cold winds from Central Asia from entering the subcontinent.

Answer: True


14. India lies in the region of south easterly winds.

Answer: False


15. The pressure and wind conditions over India are unique.

Answer: True


16. The jet-stream are located appropriately over 27°-30° north latitudes.

Answer: True


17. The climate of India is not influenced by monsoon winds.

Answer: False


18. A stricking feature of the hot weather season is the ‘loo’.

Answer: True


19. Pe-monsoon showers are common especially in Kerala and Maharashtra.

Answer: False


20. By early June, the low pressure condition over the northern plains intensifies.

Answer: True


Match the following

1.

Column AColumn B
(a) Monsoon1. Periodic change in the wind direction
(b) Monsoon winds2. Perodic change in pressure condition
(c) Souther, Oscillation3. Fast blowing winds of a steady velocity
(d) Jet Stream4. Periodic development of a warm ocean current
(e) EL Nino5. Seasonal reversal in the wind direction

Answer:

Column AColumn B
(a) Monsoon5. Seasonal reversal in the wind direction
(b) Monsoon winds1. Periodic change in the wind direction
(c) Souther, Oscillation2. Perodic change in pressure condition
(d) Jet Stream3. Fast blowing winds of a steady velocity
(e) EL Nino4. Periodic development of a warm ocean current

2.

Column IColumn IIColumn III
1. A hot, strong, gasty wind belong(a) Frequency stunk by(A) is called ‘Loo’
2. The Godavari, Krishna and Kavery are(b) 60 cm of 400 cm of(B) water
3. Parts of western receive over(c) during the day(C) rainfall
4. Rajasthan receives about(d) over the north(D) cyclone
5. The monsoon winds bind the whole(e) country by providing(E) rainfall

Answer:

Column IColumn IIColumn III
1. A hot, strong, gasty wind belong(d) over the north(A) is called ‘Loo’
2. The Godavari, Krishna and Kavery are(a) Frequency stunk by(D) cyclone
3. Parts of western receive over(c) during the day(E) rainfall
4. Rajasthan receives about(b) 60 cm of 400 cm of(C) rainfall
5. The monsoon winds bind the whole(e) country by providing(B) water

Fill in the blanks

1. ……………. refers to the sum total of weather condition over a long period of time.

Answer: Climate


2. ……………. refer to the slab of the atmosphere over an area at any point of time.

Answer: Weather


3. The world is divided into a number of ……………. region.

Answer: Climatic


4. On a winter right, the temperature at Tiruvananthapuram may be …………….

Answer: 22°C


5. ……………. coast get most of the rainfall during October and November.

Answer: Tamil Nadu


6. India has mountain in the …………….

Answer: north


7. North ……………. winds originate from the subtropical high pressure belt of the northern hemisphere.

Answer: easterly


8. The ……………. and wind conditions over India are unique.

Answer: pressure


9. Over India, the jet stream blow ……………. of the Himalayan.

Answer: south