Online Test of Chapter – 6 Human Resources Test 1 | Geography Class 8th Social Science (S.St)

Q.1. which does the term population distribution refer to?
a. How population in a specified area changes over time b. the number of people who die in relation to the number of people born in a specified area.
c. The way in which people are spread across a given area.
d. When the population of an area is so high that people live in tall building.

Q.2. what are three main factors that cause population change?
a. Births, deaths and marriage.
b. Births, deaths and migration.
c. Births, deaths and life expectancy.
d. Population Density, Migration, Birth Rate

Q.3. In 1999, Where did the world population reached?
a. 1 billion
b. 3 billion
c. 6 billion
d. 9 billion

Q.4. what do you mean by the population pyramid?
a. A graphical presentation of the age and sex composition of a population.
b. When the population density of an area is so high that people start to live in tall building.
c. Pattern of population distribution in large urban areas.
d. The way in which people are spread across a given area.

Q.5. which one of the following is correct?
a. north Hemisphere is less populated
b. Capital is the major resources of the nation
c. Population density is high in rural areas
d. Distribution of the population in the world is uneven

Q.6. which one of the following is correct?
a. Population density is high in rural areas
b. People turn nature’s bounty into resources with their skills.
c. north Hemisphere is less populated
d. Capital is the major resource of the nation

Q.7.what is the average population density of the world?
a. 51 persons per sq. km
b. 300 persons per sq. km
c. 100 persons per sq. km.
d. 14 persons per sq. km

Q.8. When people move from one country to other then they are called:
a. Residents
b. Emigrants
c. Immigrants
d. None of these
(B)
(Migration is another way by which population size changes. People may move within a country or between countries. Emigrants are peopling those leave a country.)
Q.9. which one of the following is considered as the ultimate resource?
a. Human Resource
b. Natural Resource
c. Power Resource
d. Mineral Resource
(A)
(Human resource is the ultimate resource. Healthy, educated and motivated people develop resources as per their requirements.)
Q.10. the age group of 0-15 comes under which economical group?
a. Self-sufficient
b. Active
c. Dependent
d. All of these