Quiz: How Well Do You ACTUALLY Know American Geography?

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Take this quiz on American geography and facts to test your knowledge to see if you can get a perfect score.

 Oct 13, 2017

1 of 15Pick your answer!

Which famous tourist attraction is located in Arizona?
The Eiffel Tower
The Grand Canyon
The Lincoln Memorial

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Which of these contain extensive grasslands?
Washington, D.C.
Brooklyn, New York
The Great Plains

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Which of these is a territory of the United States, but not a state?
Puerto Rico
France
Russia

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States within the Eastern time zone are _______ hour(s) ahead of states within the Central time zone.
1
2
4

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The U.S. neighbors how many countries?
6
1
2

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What is the lowest point of American land?
The city of Manhattan
The Appalachian Mountains
Death Valley

7 of 15Pick your answer!

Which country borders the U.S. to the north?
Mexico
Canada
Italy

8 of 15Pick your answer!

Which of these is one of the Great Lakes
Lake Huron
Silver Lake
Lake Tahoe

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Which of the following is not a state the Rocky Mountains run through?
Utah
Wyoming
Tennessee

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________ is the smallest U.S. state.
Missouri
Nevada
Rhode Island

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_______ is a state with warmer climates all year round.
Florida
Connecticut
Maryland

12 of 15Pick your answer!

Which of the following states is within the Central Time Zone?
California
Arkansas
New York

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Which 2 states are not apart of the mainland U.S.?
Hawaii and Alaska
Kansas and Colorado
Georgia and Maine

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Which state is the largest by landmass?
Florida
Alaska
Rhode Island

15 of 15Pick your answer!

Which ocean borders California?
Indian Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
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