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 Grand Canyon
The Eiffel Tower
The Lincoln Memorial

2 of 15Pick your answer!

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

3 of 15Pick your answer!

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

4 of 15Pick your answer!

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

5 of 15Pick your answer!

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

6 of 15Pick your answer!

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

7 of 15Pick your answer!

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

8 of 15Pick your answer!

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

9 of 15Pick your answer!

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

10 of 15Pick your answer!

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

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

12 of 15Pick your answer!

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

13 of 15Pick your answer!

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

14 of 15Pick your answer!

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

15 of 15Pick your answer!

Which ocean borders California?
Pacific Ocean
Indian Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
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