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Karnataka State Syllabus Class 9 Social Science Geography Chapter 6 Mineral Resources
Class 9 Social Science Mineral Resources Textual Questions and Answers
I. Fill in the blanks with suitable words.
Kudremukh in Karnataka is noted for __________ ore.
The best-quality iron ore is _________
Sandur in Ballari district has __________ mines.
The metal that is produced from bauxite ore is ___________
The deepest gold mine is ____________
II. Discuss in groups and answer the following questions :
Why is Karnataka called the ‘Land of Gold’?
Karnataka occupies the first position in the production of Gold. It produces 80% of total gold in India. Therefore Karnataka is called the “Land of Gold”.
Which are the important minerals available in Karnataka?
The important minerals available in Karnataka are Iron ore, manganese, bauxite, gold, copper, mica, etc.
Which is the ore used as an alloy?
The ore used as an alloy is manganese.
Name the places in Karnataka where iron ore is available.
The places in Karnataka where iron ore is available are Hospet and Sandur in Ballari district, Bababudangiri, Kemmanagundi in Chikkmagaluru district, Hosadurga, Sasalu of Chitradurga, Huliyara, Chikkanayakanahalli of Tumakuru district, Ameenagadha in Bagalkot and Kumsi, Shiddarahalli of Shivamogga district.
Which district is an important producer of bauxite?
Name the important gold mines of Karnataka.
The important gold mines of Karnataka are Kolar gold field, Hutti gold mine in Raichur district, Ballari in Tumakuru district, Ajjanahalli near Sira, Mulgund and Kappatagudda in Gadag district.
III. Match the following :
|1. Supa||a. Manganese|
|2. Hutti||b. Bauxite|
|3. Kumsi||c. Limestone|
|4. Khanapur||d. Iron ore|
1. – (a)
2. – (e)
3. – (d)
4. – (b)