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Which one of the following best defines the study of geography? A) how our lives are affected by the world B) how plants and animals interact C) found artifacts and their history D) people, their environments, and their resources people, their environments, and their resources
The five themes of geography are region, place, interaction between people and their environment, movement, and A) history B) location C) events D) time location
How do geographers help historians understand the past? A) by studying different systems of government B) by comparing various animals species C) by showing how people and the land interact D) by comparing world economies by showing how people and the land interact
How are maps useful to historians? A) They show how climate and weather differ. B) They show who made important decisions. C) They show when events took place. D) They show where events took place. They show where events took place.
Which one of the following is the main purpose of a map projection? A) to show that latitude lines are parallel B) to pinpoint the climatic zones C) to record accurate land shapes and water depths D) to portray the round earth as a flat surface to portray the round earth as a flat surface
Which one of the following is a basic requirement for any kind of map? A) the entire world B) accurate locations of places C) time zones D) climatic patterns accurate locations of places
What term best defines people who used information from sailors, travelers, and legends to create maps of the world? A) sociologists B) political scientists C) cartographers D) geologists cartographers
What differences are shown on a relief map? A) distance B) elevation C) vegetation D) weather elevation
What term best defines the part of a map that explains the symbols? A) scale B) key C) compass D) demographic scale key
10) Which one of the following explains the meanings of the colors and symbols on a map? A) relief B) scale C) key D) title key
What is the purpose of the map scale? A) to show different land areas B) to show latitude and longitude C) to show distances in miles or kilometers D) to show the Tropic of Capricorn and the Prime Meridian to show distances in miles or kilometers
Which part of the map helps you to read distances? A) directional arrow B) elevation C) relief D) scale scale
What is the name of the map that shows the correct sizes and shapes of landmasses for most parts of the world? A) Johnson Projection B) Solid Projection C) Mercator Projection D) Robinson Projection Robinson Projection
Which kind of map is correctly paired with what it shows? A) population map — natural resources B) physical map — natural features C) vegetation map — battle sites D) political map — climates physical map — natural features
If the top of a map is north, what is the direction to the left? A) west B) east C) north D) south west
If the top of a map is north, what direction would be to the right? A) east B) south C) north D) west east
Why do all maps have some distortion? A) mapmakers are not very precise B) maps show physical features C) distances can be measured accurately D) maps are flat and the Earth is not maps are flat and the Earth is not
Why are maps often favored over globes? A) Maps are easier to carry. B) Maps show only bodies of water. C) Maps show landmasses and bodies of water more accurately. D) Maps show both the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. Maps are easier to carry.
Which one of the following is the most accurate scale model of the Earth? A) an atlas map B) a graph C) a flat map D) a globe a globe
20) Which one of the following statements about a globe is accurate? A) Longitude lines join at the Equator. B) Lines of latitude are of equal length. C) Lines of latitude are parallel. D) Longitude lines are longest at the poles. Lines of latitude are parallel.
What geographical units of measure form a global grid? A) poles and the Equator B) meridians and parallels C) lines of latitude D) Prime Meridian and the Equator meridians and parallels
What is the purpose of longitude and latitude? A) to show relative distance B) to divide the world into regions C) to determine exact locations D) to compare vegetation zones to determine exact locations
Which one of the following would you use to find the exact location of a place? A) latitude and longitude B) the Equator C) the Prime Meridian D) a map latitude and longitude
What geographic units of measurement should be used to find the exact location of any place on the Earth? A) distance from the Equator and the season B) longitude and latitude C) distances from the Prime Meridian and the Equator D) longitude and the time longitude and latitude
What do lines of latitude measure? A) elevation B) distances north and south from the Equator C) relative location of places D) distances east and west from the Prime Meridian distances north and south from the Equator
What are imaginary lines that measure distance north and south of the Equator called? A) meridians B) degrees C) lines of latitude D) lines of longitude lines of latitude
What do lines of longitude measure? A) distance east and west of the Prime Meridian B) distances north and south from the Equator C) relative location of places D) elevation distance east and west of the Prime Meridian
The North Pole and the South Pole are located at how many degrees of latitude? A) 180° B) 0° C) 90° D) 60° 90°
What term is best defined as the division of the earth into two halves by the Equator? A) hemispheres B) latitudes C) atmosphere D) meridians hemispheres
30) The location of 0° latitude is called the A) International Dateline B) North Pole C) Prime Meridian D) Equator Equator
What does the Equator divide the world into? A) eastern and western quadrants B) northern and southern hemispheres C) top and bottom D) eastern and western hemispheres northern and southern hemispheres
Where would a place that is located at 35°N 28°W lie? A) on the Prime Meridian B) south of the Equator C) in the Southern Hemisphere D) north of the Equator north of the Equator
The Prime Meridian is located at how many degrees of longitude? A) 60° B) 120° C) 0° D) 180°
Which one of the following statements about the Prime Meridian is accurate? A) It is used to measure locations south or north on the earth. B) It is also known as the Equator. C) It is parallel to all lines of longitude. D) It is used to measure locations west or east on the earth. It is used to measure locations west or east on the earth.
What would a person use to determine if they were east or west of the Prime Meridian? A) longitude B) a compass C) latitude D) a sundial longitude
How many degrees of longitude are between the Prime Meridian and the International Date Line? A) 60° B) 180° C) 360° D) 120° 180°
Which one of the following statements is true if it is midnight at the International Date Line? A) It is almost morning in Asia. B) It is noon at the Prime Meridian. C) It is dawn at 180° West longitude. D) It is noon at every location on the Equator. It is noon at the Prime Meridian.
Why is the system of time zones necessary? A) to show people how to interact with their environment B) to help geographers study the physical and human characteristics of a place C) to show elevation between places D) to let people know what time it is in different parts of the world to let people know what time it is in different parts of the world
The time at any location is dependent upon the A) latitude of the location B) climate at the location C) longitude of the location D) earth's revolution on its axis longitude of the location
The earth is divided into how many time zones? A) 24 B) 12 C) 6 D) 15 24
What would be the difference in time between two places if they are separated by 30° of longitude? A) 2 hours B) 3 hours C) 1 hour D) 6 hours 2 hours
hrough which location does Standard time run? A) Tokyo, Japan B) Australia C) South America D) Greenwich, England Greenwich, England
What term is used to describe the height of mountains? A) basin B) highest point C) elevation D) levitation elevation
What is the term for a broad area of fairly level land? A) plateau B) isthmus C) butte D) plain plain
What term is best defined as a high flat land? A) plateau B) elevation C) mountain D) basin plateau
Which one of the following is not a landform? A) plains B) tributaries C) plateaus D) mountains tributaries
What term best describes the smaller Ohio River in relation to the Mississippi River? A) a delta B) a canal C) a tributary D) a strait a tributary
Which one of the following best defines the term "environment?" A) your geographic location B) your total surroundings C) the climate of your area D) the quality of life where you live your total surroundings
Which one of the following statements shows that altitude affects climate? A) Highland areas are cooler than lowland areas. B) Areas near the Tropic of Cancer. C) Areas near oceans are more humid. D) Desert areas are hot all year. Highland areas are cooler than lowland areas.
50) Which one of the following statements about climate is accurate? A) Climates are affected by rain. B) Climate is the average weather of a place over a period of 2 years. C) Climates have changed over time. D) Climates never change. Climates have changed over time.
Which climate is correctly paired with its description? A) humid subtropical — hot, very little rainfall in summer B) steppe — plentiful rainfall, cold in summer, warm in winter C) desert — rainy summer, dry winters D) marine — mild, rainy marine — mild, rainy
In which location would it least likely rain? A) desert climate B) marine climate C) Mediterranean climate D) steppe climate desert climate
Which one of the following does not affect climate? A) mountains B) ocean currents C) population D) altitude population
Which region is correctly paired with its climate? A) Southeastern United States — marine B) Pacific Northwest — humid subtropical C) Northeastern United States — desert D) Great Plains — steppe Great Plains — steppe
Which region in the map contains large strings of islands? A) 1 B) 5 C) 7 D) 4 7
Which region in the map has the largest number of areas with a desert climate? A) 5 B) 7 C) 3 D) 4 5
Which region in the map was the site of most of the fighting during the Civil War? A) 1 B) 2 C) 5 D) 4 2
Which regions in the map were a part of the "dust bowl" in the 1930s? A) 1 and 2 B) 3 and 4 C) 5 and 6 D) 2 and 3 3 and 4
Which number on the map represents the state explored by Ponce de Leon? A) 9 B) 10 C) 14 D) 12 14
Which number on the map represents a state that was known for its coal mines and steel industry? A) 6 B) 12 C) 3 D) 9 6
Which number on the map represents a state known for skiing, tourism, and the Green Mountains? A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 7 2
Which number on the map represents the state where the Hudson River is located? A) 6 B) 2 C) 12 D) 5 5
Which number on the map represents the state where the White Mountains can be found? A) 1 B) 5 C) 6 D) 10 1
Which number on the map represents the state that was founded by James Oglethorpe and became a refuge for debtors? A) 10 B) 12 C) 9 D) 13 12
Which number on the map represents the state where the Battles of Lexington and Concord were fought? A) 7 B) 5 C) 3 D) 4 3
Which number on the map represents the state where the first shots of the Civil War were fired at Fort Sumter? A) 6 B) 11 C) 9 D) 4 11
Which number on the map represents the state which was home to the English colony of Jamestown? A) 12 B) 9 C) 13 D) 10 9
Which number on the map represents the state that was founded by Lord Baltimore in 1634? A) 7 B) 10 C) 6 D) 9 7
Which number on the map represents the state that was home to a river town settled by Reverend Thomas Hooker and his congregation? A) 13 B) 7 C) 9 D) 4 4
What number on the given map represents Ohio? A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 6 1
What number on the given map represents West Virginia? A) 1 B) 2 C) 9 D) 4 2
What number on the given map represents Mississippi? A) 9 B) 5 C) 3 D) 4 3
What number on the given map represents Louisiana? A) 9 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 4
What number on the given map represents Kansas? A) 1 B) 6 C) 7 D) 5 5
What number on the given map represents Nebraska? A) 9 B) 6 C) 5 D) 7 6
What number on the given map represents Colorado? A) 7 B) 10 C) 8 D) 6 7
What number on the given map represents Utah? A) 9 B) 6 C) 5 D) 8 8
What number on the given map represents Arizona? A) 9 B) 10 C) 8 D) 7 9
What number on the given map represents Idaho? A) 5 B) 8 C) 10 D) 4 10
What number on the given map represents Massachusetts? A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 1
What number on the given map represents Maine? A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 7 2
What number on the given map represents Pennsylvania? A) 1 B) 5 C) 3 D) 4 3
What number on the given map represents Tennessee? A) 8 B) 2 C) 5 D) 4 4
What number on the given map represents Missouri? A) 8 B) 5 C) 6 D) 7 5
What number on the given map represents South Dakota? A) 5 B) 7 C) 6 D) 10 6
What number on the given map represents Minnesota? A) 6 B) 5 C) 7 D) 4 7
What number on the given map represents Nevada? A) 8 B) 10 C) 9 D) 6 8
What number on the given map represents California? A) 10 B) 6 C) 7 D) 9 9
What number on the given map represents Washington? A) 6 B) 10 C) 3 D) 8 10
90) What number on the given map represents New Hampshire? A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 7 1
What number on the given map represents Vermont? A) 1 B) 2 C) 6 D) 4 2
What number on the given map represents New York? A) 5 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 3
What number on the given map represents North Carolina? A) 1 B) 5 C) 3 D) 4 4
What number on the given map represents Georgia? A) 6 B) 7 C) 5 D) 4 5
What number on the given map represents Kentucky? A) 6 B) 7 C) 8 D) 5 6
What number on the given map represents Illinois? A) 10 B) 7 C) 6 D) 4 7
What number on the given map represents Texas? A) 9 B) 10 C) 7 D) 8 8
What number on the given map represents New Mexico? A) 7 B) 9 C) 8 D) 10 9
What number on the given map represents Montana? A) 10 B) 7 C) 5 D) 9 10
What number on the given map represents Connecticut? A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 1
What number on the given map represents New Jersey? A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 5 2
What number on the given map represents Virginia? A) 5 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 3
What number on the given map represents Indiana? A) 7 B) 6 C) 5 D) 4 4
What number on the given map represents Alabama? A) 5 B) 6 C) 7 D) 4 5
What number on the given map represents Arkansas? A) 8 B) 6 C) 9 D) 7 6
What number on the given map represents Oklahoma? A) 5 B) 7 C) 6 D) 4 7
What number on the given map represents Wyoming? A) 7 B) 9 C) 5 D) 8 8
What number on the given map represents Oregon? A) 7 B) 10 C) 9 D) 8 9
What number on the given map represents Alaska? A) 9 B) 8 C) 6 D) 10 10
110) What number on the given map represents Rhode Island? A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 1
What number on the given map represents Delaware? A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 6 2
What number on the given map represents Maryland? A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 5 3
What number on the given map represents South Carolina? A) 5 B) 6 C) 3 D) 4 4
What number on the given map represents Florida? A) 5 B) 11 C) 7 D) 4 5
What number on the given map represents Michigan? A) 7 B) 10 C) 6 D) 9 6
What number on the given map represents Wisconsin? A) 7 B) 9 C) 6 D) 4 7
What number on the given map represents Iowa? A) 8 B) 9 C) 3 D) 7 9
What number on the given map represents North Dakota? A) 8 B) 7 C) 5 D) 10 10
What number on the given map represents Hawaii? A) 5 B) 11 C) 10 D) 6 11
120) Which physical feature is correctly paired with the region where it is located? A) Grand Canyon — Appalachian Mountains B) Great Salt Lake — Coastal Plains C) Sierra Nevada — Pacific Coast D) Mississippi River-- Intermountain region Sierra Nevada — Pacific Coast
Which one of the following pairs of regions have the highest elevations? A) Pacific Coast and Atlantic Coastal Plains B) Hawaiian Islands and Intermountain region C) Canadian Shield and Interior Plains D) Rocky Mountains and Appalachian Mountains Rocky Mountains and Appalachian Mountains
What is the name of the mountain range that lies inland from the Pacific Coast? A) Sierra Nevada Mountains B) Rocky Mountains C) Himalayan Mountains D) Appalachian Mountains Sierra Nevada Mountains
What mountains run along the eastern part of North America? A) Sierra Nevada Mountains B) Rocky Mountains C) Appalachian Mountains D) Ozark Mountains Appalachian Mountains
If you traveled from east to west completely across the United States, what region would you end up in? A) Great Plains B) Appalachian Mountains C) Pacific Coast D) Atlantic Plain Pacific Coast
What is the name of the dry western part of the central United States? A) Rocky Mountains B) Great Plains C) Great American Desert D) the Breadbasket of America Great Plains
Which one of the following is a major feature of the Interior Plains? A) deposits of coal B) deep canyons C) short, rounded mountains D) deep salt lakes deposits of coal
Which river valley served as the main connection between eastern New York State and the Niagara Frontier? A) St.Lawrence B) Susquehanna C) Mohawk-Hudson D) Genesee Mohawk-Hudson
The city of New Orleans is located at the mouth of which river? A) Hudson River B) Mississippi River C) Colorado River D) Ohio River Mississippi River
Which two rivers flow through the Allegheny Plateau? A) Saranac and Moose Rivers B) Mohawk and Oswego Rivers C) Salmon and Ausable Rivers D) Susquehanna and Genesee Rivers Susquehanna and Genesee Rivers
130) Which rivers in the make up the longest river system in the United States? A) Mississippi and Missouri rivers B) Amazon and Orinoco rivers C) Hudson and Mohawk rivers D) Red and Rio Grande rivers Mississippi and Missouri rivers
What is the name of the five large inland bodies of water that form part of the border between the United States and Canada? A) Finger Lakes B) Interior Lakes C) Great Lakes D) Great Salt Lakes Great Lakes
Which one of the following statements is valid about the Mississippi River? A) It forms a border between the United States and Mexico. B) It is the longest river in South America. C) It connects Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. D) It crosses the Interior Plains. It crosses the Interior Plains.
Which geographic feature on the map is represented by letter E? A) an island B) a peninsula C) a continent D) an isthmus a peninsula
Which geographic feature on the map was a barrier to early westward expansion in United States history? A) E B) H C) C D) G C
Which areas on the map were opened to world trade by the St. Lawrence Seaway? A) G and H B) A and B C) C and F D) D and E G and H
Which letter on the map indicates a major port of entry for Europeans immigrating to the United States during the early 20th century? A) A B) E C) F D) G A
If a person were to travel directly from Area F to Area B on the map, in what direction would the person be traveling? A) southwest B) northeast C) northwest D) southeast northeast
If a person were to travel directly from Area C to Area D on the map, in what direction would the person be traveling? A) northwest B) northeast C) southwest D) southeast southeast
If a person were to travel directly from Area G to Area H on the map, in what direction would the person be traveling? A) due west B) northwest C) southeast D) due east due west
140) Which area of the United States is least likely to experience damage from an earthquake? A) Rocky Mountains B) Western California C) Mississippi River Valley D) Southeastern Texas Southeastern Texas
Which type of information is presented in the map? A) how often earthquakes will occur in different locations in the United States B) where densely populated areas are located in the United States C) where earthquakes might occur and the extent of possible damage D) which areas of the United States should not be inhabited where earthquakes might occur and the extent of possible damage
What possible conclusion can be made based on the map? A) Most of the United States will probably experience major damage from earthquakes. B) People who live on the West Coast will probably be evacuated to the Central United States. C) The Western states are more likely to receive severe earthquake damage than Southern states. D) The exact time and locations of earthquakes can be determined in before they happen. The Western states are more likely to receive severe earthquake damage than Southern states.
Which one of the following includes North America and South America? A) Southern Hemisphere B) Western Hemisphere C) Eastern Hemisphere D) Northern Hemisphere Western Hemisphere
What is the name of the narrow strip of land joining North and South America? A) Isthmus of Panama B) Strait of Gibraltar C) Mexico D) Colombia Isthmus of Panama
Which one of the following is not a continent? A) Antarctica B) Asia C) Africa D) Middle East Middle East
Which nation has the largest land area on Earth? A) Canada B) Russia C) China D) United States Russia
Which country has the second largest land area on Earth? A) Canada B) Russia C) China D) United States Canada
Which one of the following nations currently has the largest population? A) Brazil B) India C) United States D) China China
Which nation today has the second largest population in the world? A) Brazil B) India C) China D) United States India
Where is the highest location on the surface of the Earth? A) Mt. McKinley, Alaska, USA B) Mt. Whitney, USA C) Mt. Everest, Nepal-Tibet D) Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania Mt. Everest, Nepal-Tibet
What is the largest South American mountain range? A) Coastal Ranges B) Sierra Pacifico C) Andes D) Pacific Range Andes
What is the major occupation in Central America? A) farming B) tourism C) mining D) fishing farming
In which one of the following is sugarcane the major export crop? A) Argentina B) Caribbean islands C) Bolivia D) Chile Caribbean islands
What effect does the Peru Current have on the Andean Highlands? A) very warm winters B) high mountain ranges C) hot, humid weather D) a cool climate a cool climate
Which one of the following is the best description of the Amazon rainforest? A) The climate is tropical and the population density is low. B) Little precipitation falls and temperatures are very low. C) It is heavily populated with very moderate rainfall. D) There is little wildlife, but many plants grow. The climate is tropical and the population density is low.
Which one of the following areas on the map is a peninsula? A) Iran B) Iraq C) Qatar D) Kuwait Qatar
What geographical feature separates Kuwait from Iran? A) a peninsula B) a straight C) a gulf D) a sea a gulf
According to the map, what Great Lake forms the border between Pennsylvania and Canada? A) Lake Ontario B) Lake Michigan C) Lake Huron D) Lake Erie Lake Erie
According to the map, what two Great Lakes form the border between Michigan and Canada? A) Lake Huron and Lake Superior B) Lake Ontario and Lake Erie C) Lake Superior and Lake Michigan D) Lake Michigan and Lake Huron Lake Huron and Lake Superior
According to the map, what Great Lake forms the border between Wisconsin and Canada? A) Lake Michigan B) Lake Superior C) Lake Ontario D) Lake Erie Lake Superior
According to the map, what Great Lake forms the border between New York and Canada? A) Lake Huron B) Lake Michigan C) Lake Ontario D) Lake Superio Lake Ontario
According to the map, what is the only Great Lake that does not share a border between the United States and Canada? A) Lake Huron B) Lake Superior C) Lake Erie D) Lake Michigan Lake Michigan
Which one of the following geographical features forms a natural border between the United States and a neighboring nation? A) Great Lakes B) Rocky Mountains C) Mississippi River D) Ozark Mountains Great Lakes
The existence of unfortified borders with Canada and Mexico suggests that United States policy toward these nations tends to promote A) higher tariff barriers B) nationalism C) friendship D) isolationism friendship
What are the two official languages of Canada? A) French and Spanish B) German and English C) Spanish and English D) English and French English and French
The Canadian equivalent of states in the United States are called A) municipalities B) provinces C) counties D) boroughs provinces
Which one of the following cities serves as a major port of entry into Canada? A) Buffalo B) Watertown C) Albany D) Plattsburg Buffalo
The Thousand Islands region forms a border between New York and A) Vermont B) Massachusetts C) Canada D) New Jersey Canada
Which one of the following geographical features forms a natural border between the United States and a neighboring nation? A) Ohio River B) Rio Grande C) Grand Canyon D) Appalachian Mountains Rio Grande
170) According to the map, what geographical feature forms the border between Texas and Mexico? A) Mississippi River B) Sierra Nevada Mountains C) Gulf of Mexico D) Rio Grande Rio Grande
According to the map, how many U.S. states border Mexico? A) 1 B) 5 C) 3 D) 4 4
According to the map, which one of the following bodies of water does not form Mexico's borders? A) Atlantic Ocean B) Gulf of Mexico C) Pacific Ocean D) Caribbean Sea Atlantic Ocean
Which conclusion is based on the chart below? A)The United States had a higher unemployment rate than Mexico. B) The United States was more densely populated than Mexico. C) Mexico had a communist government. D) Mexico had a lower standard of living than the United States. Mexico had a lower standard of living than the United States.
From which one of the following areas were the people who first settled in the Americas believed to have come? A) Scandinavia B) Asia C) Africa D) Spain Asia
What name was given to the land bridge that connected Alaska to Siberia? A) Canadian Shield B) Beringia C) Isthmus of Panama D) Continental Divide Beringia
How was the Bering land bridge created? A) The ocean level dropped due to Ice Age glaciers. B) It was the result of a series of earthquakes. C) The Earth shifted on its axis. D) Global warming caused the land to expand. The ocean level dropped due to Ice Age glaciers.
For much of the early history of mankind on Earth, humans had most often obtained their food by what method? A) industrialized ranching B) growing cash crops C) hunting and gathering D) plantation farming hunting and gathering
What geographic feature separates the rivers that flow east from those that flow west? A) isthmus B) continent C) strait D) continental divide continental divide
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