CBSE Class 5 Social Science Natural Resources MCQs

CBSE Class 5 Social Science Natural Resources MCQs with answers available in Pdf for free download. The MCQ Questions for Class 5 Social Science with answers have been prepared as per the latest 2021 syllabus, NCERT books and examination pattern suggested in Standard 5 by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. Multiple Choice Questions for important part of exams for Grade 5 Social Science and if practiced properly can help you to get higher marks. Refer to more Chapter wise MCQs for NCERT Class 5 Social Science and also download more latest study material for all subjects

Question: ________ resources are naturally found on the earth.

  • a) natural
  • b) artificial
  • c) none of these

Answer: natural

Question: Carbon emission means ________

  • a) release of carbon into the atmosphere
  • b) none of these
  • c) consumption of carbon from the atmosphere

Answer: release of carbon into the atmosphere

Question: ________ is the energy obtained from the Sun.

  • a) solar energy
  • b) chemical energy
  • c) none of these

Answer: solar energy

Question: Fossil fuel is also known as

  • a) non-renewable resources
  • b) renewable resources
  • c) none of these

Answer: non-renewable resources

Question: Petroleum is also known as crude oil.

  • a) True
  • b) False
  • c) None of these

Answer: True

Question: Wind energy is the renewable source of energy.

  • a) True
  • b) False
  • c) None of these

Answer: True

Question: ________ energy is used to rotate turbines in the barrage to generate electricity.

  • a) Tidal
  • b) Solar
  • c) Wind

Answer: Tidal

Question: 3R means

  • a) Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
  • b) Regerate, Reduce, Replicate
  • c) none of these

Answer: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

Question: ________ is electricity that is made by the movement of water.

  • a) hydroelectricity
  • b) solar electricity
  • c) none of these

Answer: hydroelectricity

Question: Carbon emission in renewable energy resources is very

  • a) low
  • b) high
  • c) none of these

Answer: low

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Question: ________ energy is used in drying crops.

  • a) biomass
  • b) geothermal
  • c) none of these

Answer: biomass

Question: ________ is used for sailing boats.

  • a) tidal energy
  • b) wind energy
  • c) solar energy

Answer: tidal energy


Question: ________ are caused by the gravitational pull of the Sun and the Moon.

  • a) waves
  • b) floods
  • c) tides

Answer: waves

Question: The largest source of energy for the generation of electricity world wide is

  • a) coal
  • b) Sun
  • c) water

Answer: coal

Question: The ultimate source of energy for all living organisms is

  • a) Sun
  • b) Water
  • c) wind

Answer: Sun

Question: ________ are built on rivers to produce electricity.

  • a) Dams
  • b) Bridges
  • c) none of these

Answer: Dams

Question: All of these are called biomass

  • a) animals and plant matter
  • b) soil and plants
  • c) hills and mountains

Answer: animals and plant matter

Question: ________ are also known as hydroelectric projects.

  • a) Dams
  • b) Bridges
  • c) coal

Answer: Dams

Question: ________ supply more than 90 percent of the world current energy requirements.

  • a) Fossil fuels
  • b) Sun
  • c) Water

Answer: Fossil fuels

Question: Biogas is produced from

  • a) animal dung
  • b) water
  • c) sun

Answer: animal dung

Question: Return something to its earliest condition is called

  • a) replenish
  • b) change
  • c) interchange

Answer: replenish

Question: The process of heat processing a liquid or a food to kill pathogenic bacteria to make the food safe to eat is called

  • a) boiling
  • b) drying
  • c) pasteurization

Answer: boiling

Question: We need to understand that our natural resources are

  • a) limited
  • b) none of these
  • c) unlimited

Answer: limited

Question: The force of wind used to run

  • a) windmills
  • b) turbines
  • c) none of these

Answer: windmills



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