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Geography, 5-8

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What is the capital of Kentucky? Frankfort
What ocean would you go swimming in if you were in California? Pacific Ocean
On a map, what do black dots and dashes between states usually represent? borders
What is the capital of South Carolina? Columbia
Which of the four oceans does NOT touch the continent of North America? Indian Ocean
What is the capital of New York? Albany
What is the name of the imaginary line that divides the earth into the northern and southern hemispheres? equator
What is the capital of Georgia? Atlanta
What is the capital of Nevada? Carson City
On a map, what does the symbol of a blue line usually represent river
Which continent is due south of Italy and Greece? Africa
On a map, what do black dots usually represent? cities
Which continent is smaller in area, Europe or Australia? Australia
Is the Arctic Ocean larger than the Indian Ocean? no
What is larger in land area, California or Missouri? California
What two oceans touch the continent of Europe? Arctic Ocean and Atlantic Ocean
What are the only two continents totally north of the equator? North America and Europe
Name the four oceans of the world. Arctic Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Indian ocean
What state is due north of Hawaii? Alaska
Created by: jonesunicorns
 

 



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