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Geography, 13-16

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What is the only direction in which you can travel from the North Pole? south
In what direction is the equator from the South Pole? north
Are there more mountain ranges or continents in the world? mountain ranges
Which one of the states shares its name with one of the Great Lakes? Michigan
What is the capital of West Virginia, the state known as the "Mountain State"? Charleston
What river forms the border between the states of Arizona and California? Colorado River
What is the capital of Oregon? Salem
In what state are the Everglades located? Florida
What is the northernmost place on Earth called? North Pole
Is most of South America north or south of the equator? south
Which of the following is not a state: Idaho, India, Iowa, Illinois? India
If you traveled from North America to Europe, would you have to cross the equator? no
On which continent is the South Pole located? Antarctica
What is the city, located on the Mississippi River, that is the capital of Louisiana? Baton Rouge
What continent is farthest south of the equator? Antarctica
What is the longest river in the United States? Mississippi
What is the only state in the United States that is an island? Hawaii
What is the name of the large body of water separating North and South America from Europe and Asia? Atlantic Ocean
Created by: jonesunicorns
 

 



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