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Continent and Continental Shelf

  1. The bottoms of trenches lie
    1. Deep upto 3500 to 5000 miles
    2. Deep upto 2000 to 3500 miles
    3. Deep upto 7500 to 10000 miles or more
    4. Deep upto 500 to 8000 miles
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    Correct Option: C

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  1. Drift plain are formed by
    1. Deposition of dust by wind
    2. Debris brought by streams
    3. Deposits of continental glaciations
    4. None of these
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    Correct Option: C

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  1. Which one of the following plate movements is responsible for the formation of mid-ocean ridge ?
    1. Divergent movement
    2. Convergent movement
    3. Transform fault movement
    4. Parallel movement
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    Correct Option: A

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  1. Fiord originate as a result of
    1. Glacial erosion
    2. Soil erosion
    3. Land slide
    4. Rock formation
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    Correct Option: A

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  1. The marked slope from the edge of continental shelf to the deep sea or Abyssal plain is known as
    1. Continental foot
    2. Continental slope
    3. Continental shelf
    4. Continental sea
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    Correct Option: B

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