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The only location in the U.S. where four states meet, what are the four states that touch "Four Corners" in the southwest?
a. Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Nevada
b. Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Texas
c. Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Oklahoma
d. Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah
Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah - Farmington, New Mexico is the most populous city in the region.
What is the only multinational continent that has no landlocked nations?
a. South America
b. North America
North America - United States is the most populous nation within North America with a population of approximately 316 million.
Of the following countries located in Africa, which one is the largest?
a. South Africa
Algeria - Algeria is the largest country in Africa. Congo is the second largest.
At a height of 7,310 feet above sea level, what is the highest mountain on the continent of Australia?
a. Mount Kosciuszko
b. South Rams Head
c. Mount Townsend
d. Mount Twynam
Mount Kosciuszko - Located in New South Wales, Mount Townsend is the second highest mountain at 7,247 feet.
Historically, there have been four oceans. However, many countries now recognize a fifth ocean. What is its name?
a. Northern Ocean
b. Eastern Ocean
c. Western Ocean
d. Southern Ocean
Southern Ocean - Larger than the Arctic Ocean, the Southern Ocean encircles Antarctica.
Which of the following South American countries is landlocked?
Bolivia - The country of Paraguay is also landlocked.
Which of the following continents does not have a "major" desert?
c. South America
d. North America
Europe - Europe is the world's second-smallest continent by surface area.
Which of the following U.S. cities has the nickname "Iron City"?
Pittsburgh - With a population of approximately 306,000, Pittsburgh is the second-largest city in the state of Pennsylvania.
Once a part of the Inca Empire, which of the following countries was named after a famous person?
Bolivia - A military and political leader, Bolivia is named after Simon Bolivar.
With a population of just over 56,000 people, which country is the "least densely populated" country in the world?
Greenland - Greenland is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark.
Approximately what percentage of the continent of Africa is wilderness?
a. 28 Percent
b. 18 Percent
c. 48 Percent
d. 38 Percent
28 Percent - 38 percent of the United States is wilderness.
Which country's flag is the only one to have a bible pictured on it?
a. Puerto Rico
c. Dominican Republic
Dominican Republic - Dominican Republic is the second largest Caribbean nation by both area and population, only Cuba is larger.
In altitude, which U.S. state has the highest capital?
d. New Mexico
New Mexico - New Mexico's total land area is 121,412 square miles with only about 250 square miles of water.
Approximately, how far away from the real North Pole is the North Magnetic Pole?
a. 800 miles
b. 200 miles
c. 600 miles
d. 400 miles
800 miles - The North Magnetic Pole moves about 35 miles per year.
Of the following countries located in Europe, which one is the smallest?
Italy - A founding member of the European Union, Italy is a peninsula (surrounded by the sea on all of its sides except one).
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