Geography Geography Chapter 7 – Tertiary and Quaternary activities MCQ Question Answers for CUET 2023

1. In which state is Kalpakkam located?

2. What are quasi-urban centers?

3. Central Business District is a

4. The quaternary sector along with the sector has replaced all primary and secondary employment as the basis for economic

5. Who operates on the wholesaler’s capital?

6. Which out of the following states has major oil fields?

7. What stands for ICT?

8. Which one of the following activities is NOT a secondary sector activity?

9. Travel undertaken for the purpose of recreation rather than business.

10. ………………… is the distribution process of a retailer obtaining goods or services and selling them to customers for use.

11. Which one of the following is a non-metallic mineral?

12. The sector is known in terms of the national economy as a quaternary sector of the economy.

13. Where is the largest solar plant located?

14. Tertiary activities depend on:

15. Which one of the following is a ferrous mineral?

16. Which one of the following sectors provides most of the employment in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata?

17. Out of the following, which mineral is called ‘Brown diamond’?

18.  Insurance and finance are examples of:

19. Which one of the following is a famous Copper mine?

20. Manufactured goods are provided by:

21. …………… are business firms engaged in offering goods and services directly to consumers.

22. Isochrones are lines that join places of equality

23. A road joining two nodes is:

24. On which station out of the following, the first atomic station was set up?

25. What constitutes bulk business through numerous intermediary merchants and supply houses and not through retail stores?

26. Which one of the following activities is related to the quaternary sector?

27. Which was the first to handle large scale retailing?

28. Which one of the following is a non-metallic mineral?



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