# Population Class 9 Geography Chapter 6 MCQ Question Answer NCERT Solution

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## Population Class 9 MCQ Question Answer

1. Which state has highest sex ratio?
(a) Maharashtra
(b) Haryana
(c) Kerala

Ans. (c) Kerala.

2. A large proportion of children in a population is a result of
(a) high birth rates
(b) high life expectancies
(c) high death rates
(d) more married couples

Ans. (b) high life expectancies

3. Population density of India is
(a) 198
(b) 324
(c) 928
(d) 1200

Ans. (b) 324

4. According to the Census , a “literate” person is one who
(a) can read and write his/her name
(b) can read and write any language
(c) is 7 years old and can read and write any language with understanding
(d) knows the 3 ‘R’s (reading, writing, arithmetic)

Ans. (c) is 7 years old and can read and write any language with understanding

5. In which year first census in India were held?
(a) 1872
(b) 1900
(c) 1991
(d) 2000

Ans. (a) 1872.

6. Which of the following states have highest population?
(a) Maharashtra
(b) Haryana

7. The magnitude of population growth refers to
(a) the total population of an area
(b) the number of persons added each year
(c) the rate at which the population increases
(d) the number of females per thousand males

Ans. (b) the number of persons added each year

8. Population growth is mainly depends upon
(a) births
(b) deaths
(c) migrations
(d) all of the above.

Ans. (d) all of the above.

9. Population of India in 1951 was
(a) 361 million
(b) 250 million
(c) 928 million
(d) 120 million

Ans. (a) 361 million

10. Which state has lowest sex ratio?
(a) Maharashtra
(b) Haryana
(c) Kerala

Ans. (b) Haryana.

11. Migrations change the number, distribution and composition of the population in
(a) the area of departure
(b) the area of arrival
(c) both the area of departure and arrival
(d) none of the above