Representation of Relief Forms - SS2 Geography Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1

What do contour lines on a map represent?

A

Vegetation types

B

Water bodies

C

Elevation and relief

D

Road networks

CORRECT OPTION: c
2

How are valleys typically represented on maps?

A

As circular shapes

B

With closely spaced contour lines

C

As parallel lines

D

With concentric circles

CORRECT OPTION: b
3

What is the main purpose of using conventional signs and symbols on maps?

A

To add artistic elements

B

To confuse map readers

C

To depict historical landmarks

D

To convey information about features and topography

CORRECT OPTION: d
4

How are knolls represented on maps?

A

As concentric circles

B

With closely spaced parallel lines

C

As V-shaped lines

D

As small gaps in contour lines

CORRECT OPTION: a
5

What is the key characteristic of an escarpment on a map?

A

Irregular contour lines

B

Parallel lines

C

A sudden change in elevation

D

Concentric circles

CORRECT OPTION: c
6

Dissected plateaus are the result of:

A

Glacial activity

B

River erosion

C

Volcanic eruptions

D

Wind erosion

CORRECT OPTION: b
7

How are plateaus typically represented on maps?

A

With irregular contour lines

B

As closely spaced parallel lines

C

As circular shapes

D

With concentric circles

CORRECT OPTION: b
8

Which feature is depicted as a long, narrow elevation along the top of a hill or mountain?

A

Knoll

B

Cliff

C

Ridge

D

Escarpment

CORRECT OPTION: c
9

What are cliffs represented as on maps?

A

Circular shapes

B

Parallel lines

C

Perpendicular lines to contour lines

D

Concentric circles

CORRECT OPTION: c
10

What is the primary purpose of contour lines on a map?

A

Aesthetic enhancement

B

Showing land ownership boundaries

C

Representing changes in elevation

D

Marking ancient ruins

CORRECT OPTION: c
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