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Session 30 : July 2018 Mock Test
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Sumant Kumar
B.Tech NIT Allahabad. Have written UPSC Mains 2 times with Physics. Channel "Sumant Kumar" on Youtube for Current Affairs Analysis.

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  1. Which of the following is/are minor tectonic plate(s): 1)Cocos plate 2)Nazca plate 3)Pacific Plate 4)Arabian plate 5)Philippine plate Select the correct answer using the codes given below: a)1, 2, 4 and 5 only b)2, 3 and 5 only c)1, 2 and 4 only d)1, 3 and 5 only

  2. Which of the following is/are minor tectonic plate(s): The major plates are as follows: 1)Antarctica and surrounding oceanic 1)Cocos plate 2)Nazca plate 3)Pacific Plate 4)Arabian plate 5)Philippine plate plate 2)N. American (with western Atlantic floor separated from the South American plate along the Caribbean islands) plate 3)S. American (with western Atlantic floor Select the correct answer using the codes given below: separated from the North American plate along the Caribbean islands) plate a)1, 2, 4 and 5 only b)2, 3 and 5 only c)1, 2 and 4 only d)1, 3 and 5 only 4)Pacific plate 5)India-Australia-New Zealand plate 6)Africa with the eastern Atlantic floor plate Answer: (a) 7)Eurasia and the adjacent oceanic plate.

  3. Some important minor plates are listed below: 1.Cocos plate: Between Central America and Pacific plate 2.Nazca plate: Between South America and Pacific plate 3.Arabian plate: Mostly the Saudi Arabian landmass 4.Philippine plate: Between the Asiatic and Pacific plate 5.Caroline plate : Between the Philippine and Indian plate (North of New Guinea) 6.Fuji plate : North-east of Australia.

  4. The tectonic North American Eurasian plate Eurain plates of plate the world Juan de Fuca Caribbean Filipino plate plate Arabian plate Cocos plate plate EQUATOR Nazca plate African pla Pacific South American Australian ptate Australian plate Scotia plate Antarctic plate

  5. Lithosphere Crust 0-100 km thick (crust and upper- most solid mantle) Asthenosphere Mantle Mantle Crust 2900 km Liquid Outer core Core 5100 knm Inner core Solid Not to scale 6378 km To scale

  6. Alfred Wegener, being a meteorologist, had proposed tidal forces and centrifugal forces as the main driving mechanisms behind continental drift; however, these forces were considered far too small to cause continental motion as the concept was of continents plowing through oceanic crust. O Therefore, Wegener later changed his position and asserted that convection currents are the main driving force of plate tectonics in the last edition of his book in 1929 D However, in the plate tectonics context (accepted since the seafloor spreading proposals of Heezen, Hess, Dietz, Morley, Vine, and Matthews during the early 1960s), the oceanic crust is suggested to be in motion with the continents which caused the proposals related to Earth rotation to be reconsidered.

  7. In more recent literature, these driving forces are: 1)Tidal drag due to the gravitational force the Moon (and the Sun) exert:s on the crust of the Earth 2) Global deformation of the geoid due to small displacements of the rotational pole with respect to the Earth's crust; 3)Other smaller deformation effects of the crust due to wobbles and spin movements of the Earth rotation on a smaller time scale. Forces that are small and generally negligible are: 1.The Coriolis force 2.The centrifugal force, which is treated as a slight modification of gravity


  9. Which of the following place(s) is/are associated with Guru Nanak? 1. India 2. Pakistan 3. Sri Lanka 4. Saudi Arab Select the correct answer using the code given below: (a) 1 only (b) 3 and 2 only (c) 1, 2 and 4 (d) 1, 2, 3 and 4

  10. Consider the following statements with reference to Wheat crop: 1)lt is a crop of temperate region. 2)Aus, Aman and Boro are varieties of wheat crop. 3)lt is a kharif crop. Select the correct answer using the codes given below a)1 only b)2 and 3 only c)1 and 3 only d)1, 2 and3

  11. CASPIAN SEA Und iver Ural River Atyrau Astrakhan ITALY Volga River Kazakhstan Arol Sea Russia 125 m 125 km Tyrrhenian Sea Groznyy Aqtau Uzbekistan lonian Sea Georgia Tbilisi * CASPIAN SEA ITAY Turkmenistan enia *Yerevan Azerbaijan Baku Sumqayit urkmenbasy Mediterranean Sea KaNebitdaga Bogaz Bay Turkey Astara Ashgabat Tabriz NORTH IBYA 135 20 Iran Rasht Gorgan Chalus raq worldatlas Iran

  12. UKRAINE ROMANIA Sea of Azov RUSSIA SERBIA Yalta Black Sea Soch BULGARIA Varna MACEDONIA Burgas GEORGIA Istanbulzonguldak Samsun Trabzon Aegean Sea TURKEY Athens 0 125 NORTH 125 NOBH50Mediterr

  13. Lincoln Sea Arctic Ocean Beautort Sea Greenland Laptev Sea East Siberian Sea Baffin Bay Barents Sea Sea Sea of s ASIA Gulf of Alaska EUROPE NORTH . AMERICA Sea Caspian Sea of Sea Atlantic Cabben Ocean East China Pacific Isea Ocean tSeat ArabianBay AFRICASea Sea Pacific Ocean Gulf o Guinea morSeCoral SOUTH AMERIC Sea Indian Ocean AUSTRAL Tasman Chilean Sea Scotia Sea Ross Sea Sea ANTARCTIC

  14. Mlac TALY Tyrrhenian Sea Sea lonian Sea Aegean Sea ITALY Mediterranean Sea NORTH IBYA Mediterranean Se a

  15. IRAQ AFGANISTAN IRAN PAKISTAN SAUDI ARABIA UA INDIA Finland Gulf of Bothnia Arabian Sea YEMEN Gulf of Finland ETHIOPIA Archipelago Baltic Sea Russia SRI LANKA Estonia KENYA Latvia Indian Ocean NORTH 1,000 2,000 Russia