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Class 4 Science MCQs Chapter 9


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Class 4 Science MCQs Chapter 9

Earth in the Solar System

Chapter No. 9 Test # 1

1. The ___________ is huge sphere of burning gases.
(a) Cylinder
(b) Earth
(c) Moon
(d) Sun
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Sun


2. The sun is a_________.
(a) Galaxy
(b) Moon
(c) Star
(d) ball
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Star


3. The sun emits:
(a) Light
(b) Heat
(c) Both a & b
(d) None of these
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Both a & b


4. The Earth and the Moon, other planets, comets and asteroids etc. revolve around the sun due to the ___________ofthesun.
(a) Center
(b) Gravity
(c) Magnetic field
(d) Solar system
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Gravity


5. The sun is the __________ of solar system.
(a) Power station
(b) Part
(c) Center
(d) Planet
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Center


6. The closest star to Earth is the _________.
(a) Mercury
(b) Sun
(c) Moon
(d) None of these
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Sun


7. Solar system consists of all the planets which ______ around the sun.
(a) Runs away
(b) Close
(c) Revolves
(d) None of these
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Revolves


8. The first planet that revolves closest to the sun is______.
(a) Jupiter
(b) Venus
(c) Earth
(d) Mercury
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Mercury


9. The circular path of a planet around the sun is called a/an______.
(a) Solar system
(b) Planets
(c) Both a & b
(d) Orbit
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Orbit


10. The time taken by a planet to complete one orbit is called a/an ___period.
(a) Time
(b) Solar
(c) Orbital
(d) All of these
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Orbital


11. ________ is the largest planet in the solar system.
(a) Venus
(b) Jupiter
(c) Neptune
(d) Uranus
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Jupiter


12. ______ is the brightest object appearing in the sky after the sun is the Moon.
(a) Venus
(b) Jupiter
(c) Neptune
(d) Uranus
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Venus


13. The third biggest thing appearing in the sky after the sun and moon is _____.
(a) Venus
(b) Jupiter
(c) Neptune
(d) Uranus
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Venus


14. The natural satellites of the Earth are _______.
(a) Sun
(b) Jupiter
(c) Moon
(d) All of these
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Moon


15. Moon complete one revolution around the Earth is about _______days.
(a) 28.5
(b) 29.5
(c) 30.5
(d) None of these
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29.5


16. The moon completes one round around earth in ______
(a) 27.3
(b) 28.3
(c) 29.3
(d) 30.3
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27.3


17. The moon completes one round around earth in 27.3 days and since earth is also moving, so moon is completed for us in ______
(a) 28.5
(b) 29.5
(c) 30.5
(d) None of these
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29.5


18. Among all the celestial bodies, ________ is the closest to the Earth.
(a) Jupitar
(b) Mercury
(c) Sun
(d) Moon
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Moon


19. The distance between Earth and Moon is about _______km.
(a) 284,000
(b) 384,000
(c) 484,000
(d) 584,000
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384,000


20. The diameter of the moon is about _______km.
(a) 2,500
(b) 3,000
(c) 3,500
(d) None of thee
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3,500


21. The ebb and flow of the ________in the sky is due to its rotation around Earth.
(a) Sun
(b) Jupiter
(c) Venus
(d) Moon
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Moon


22. On the first day of lunar month, the very narrow shape of Moon is known as______.
(a) Full moon
(b) Badar
(c) Crescent
(d) Both a & b
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Crescent


23. Complete moon is called ______
(a) Full moon
(b) Badar
(c) Crescent
(d) Both a & b
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Both a & b


24. Life _______on the Moon.
(a) Exists
(b) Does not exit
(c) Already continue
(d) Disappears
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Does not exit


25. Water _____ on the Moon.
(a) Exists
(b) Does not exist
(c) Already continue
(d) Disappears
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Does not exist


26. The Moon has ______ atmosphere.
(a) Many
(b) One
(c) Two
(d) no
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no


27. All planets of solar system have moons except:
(a) Mercury
(b) Venus
(c) Both a & b
(d) Jupiter
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Both a & b


28. Which planets have maximum number of Moons?
(a) Jupiter
(b) Saturn
(c) Both a & b
(d) None of these
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Both a & b

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Chapter No. 9 Test # 2

29. What is/are the movement of earth
(a) Revolves around the sun
(b) Rotates about its own axis
(c) Both a & b
(d) None of these
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Both a & b


30. The axis is a/an _________ line that passes through the north and south poles of the Earth.
(a) Real
(b) Imaginary
(c) Zig zag
(d) None of these
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Imaginary


31. When earth is in front of the sun, it means that it is ______.
(a) Day
(b) Night
(c) Noon
(d) No shadow
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Day


32. The earth completes one rotation around its axis in ________
(a) 24 hours
(b) 30 days
(c) 365 days
(d) None of these
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24 hours


33. Day and night are due to ________ motion of the earth.
(a) Revolution
(b) Rotational
(c) Translatory
(d) None of these
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Rotational


34. The earth rotates from ___________
(a) South to east
(b) North to east
(c) East to west
(d) West to east
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West to east


35. The sun rises in the east because earth rotates from
(a) South to east
(b) North to east
(c) East to west
(d) West to east
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West to east


36. The duration of day on different planets is ______
(a) Same
(b) Equal
(c) Different
(d) 24 hrs
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Different


37. The Earth complete one revolution around the sun in about _______days.
(a) 27.3
(b) 29.5
(c) 365
(d) One 38. The period of 365 days is called ______ year.
(a) 12
(b) One
(c) 365
(d) All of these
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One


39. When sun rays fall vertically at the northern hemisphere, then the duration of day _______
(a) Increases
(b) Decreases
(c) Both at the same time
(d) None of these
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Increases


40. When the southern hemisphere of the earth receives slanting sun rays, the duration of day _____
(a) Increases
(b) Decreases
(c) Both at the same time
(d) None of these
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Decreases


41. At which day/days the day and night are equal.
(a) 22 December
(b) 21 March
(c) 23 September
(d) Both b & c
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Both b & c


42. At which date has the longest day.
(a) 22 June
(b) 21 March
(c) 23 September
(d) Both b & c
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22 June


43. At which date has the shortest day.
(a) 22 December
(b) 21 March
(c) 23 September
(d) Both b & c
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22 December


44. At which date has the longest night.
(a) 22 December
(b) 21 March
(c) 23 September
(d) Both b & c
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22 December


45. At which date has the shortest night.
(a) 22 December
(b) 22 June
(c) 23 September
(d) Both b & c
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22 June


46. The annual rotation of the Earth and the tilt in its axis cause changes in_____.
(a) Motion
(b) Season
(c) Rotation
(d) Revolution
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Season


47. When the Earth comes between the sun and the Moon, a shadow of the Earth is formed on the Moon and it looks dark, this called ________eclipse.
(a) Solar
(b) lunar
(c) Normal
(d) High
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lunar


48. When the moon comes between the Earth and the sun. Sun is hidden behind the Moon and a shadow of the moon falls on the Earth, it is called ________eclipse.
(a) Solar
(b) Lunar
(c) Normal
(d) High
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Solar


49. The gravity of which body keeps the planets and other celestial bodies together in the solar system?
(a) Jupiter
(b) Earth
(c) Sun
(d) Moon
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Sun


50. The Earth completes its rotation around the sun in 365 days. This period is called:
(a) Solar year
(b) Solar month
(c) Lunar month
(d) Lunar year
Solar year
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51. Due to the annual revolution of Earth and tilt of its axis:
(a) Day and night are formed
(b) Seasons change
(c) Eclipses are formed
(d) Shadow are formed
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Seasons change


52. One the globe, in which part of the Earth is Pakistan situated?
(a) Northern hemisphere
(b) Southern hemisphere
(c) Equator
(d) Half in northern and half in southern hemisphere
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Northern hemisphere


53. Which planet of solar system does not have any moon?
(a) Jupiter
(b) Venus
(c) Mars
(d) Saturn
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Venus

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