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Geography, 9-12

QuestionAnswer
What is the capital of Nebraska? Lincoln
What ocean is off the EAST coast of the United States? Atlantic Ocean
Are the Appalachian Mountains located in eastern or western America? eastern
What is the only state bordered by two oceans? Alaska
Which of the following is NOT a state: Missouri, Idaho, or Chicago? Chicago
What is the capital of New Jersey? Trenton
What country forms most of the northern border of the U.S.? Canada
Is China north or south of the equator? north
Which is larger, the Indian or the Atlantic Ocean? Atlantic Ocean
What is the capital of Washington? Olympia
What is the capital of Washington, D.C.? Nothing
What are the world's four oceans? Arctic, Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans
What two continents are joined together in one large land mass? Europe and Asia
Name the 5 Great Lakes. HOMES: Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior
Created by: jonesunicorns