Statistics for Geographic Alphabet Quiz- USA

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  • This quiz has been taken 60 times
  • The average score is 19 of 24

Answer Stats

DescriptionStarting LetterAnswer% Correct
Capital and largest city of Hawaii, on the southeast coast of the island of OahuHHonolulu
97%
One of the principal rivers in the southwestern United States, it flows thru the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam is located on this riverCColorado River
95%
Capital and largest city of Indiana, in the central part of the state, on the White RiverIIndianapolis
95%
A system of mountains in eastern North America, stretching from southeastern Canada to Alabama, highest mountains east of the RockiesAAppalachian Mountains
93%
Desert valley in eastern California, in the northern Mojave Desert bordering the Great Basin Desert, it is one of the hottest places in the worldDDeath Valley
93%
Capital city of Alaska, located on the Alaskan panhandle, only accessible by plane or boatJJuneau
93%
Coastal state in New England, the smallest state by area, bordered by Connecticut (to the west) and Massachusetts (to the north and east)RRhode Island
93%
State in the western United States, home to the Great Salt Lake and a significant Mormon populationUUtah
93%
State in New England, landlocked, bordering Canada, known as the Green Mountain stateVVermont
93%
Territory of the United States in Micronesia, in the western Pacific Ocean, it is the largest and southernmost of the Mariana IslandsGGuam
91%
Northernmost state in the 48 contiguous states, source of the Mississippi River, known as the Land of 10,000 LakesMMinnesota
91%
State in the south central US, bordering Mexico, it is the second largest state by both area and populationTTexas
91%
National Park mostly located in the northwestern corner of Wyoming, centered on a large dormant supervolcano, home to the famous Old Faithful geyserYYellowstone
91%
Capital and most populous city of Idaho, located in the southwestern part of the stateBBoise
90%
Mountainous state in the Appalachian region, noted for its logging and coal mining industriesWWest Virginia
86%
Densely populated island in the southeast part of the state of New York, it begins at New York Harbor and extends eastward into the Atlantic OceanLLong Island
81%
Island and city in the Straits of Florida, southernmost city in the contiguous United States and the westernmost island in the Florida Keys connected by highwayKKey West
79%
River in the Mid-Atlantic region, it forms the border between Maryland and Virginia, it flows by Washington DCPPotomac River
79%
Region around the quadripoint where the borders of Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona meetFFour Corners
72%
Salt water tidal estuary in New York City, it separates Manhattan and Bronx from Queens and Brooklyn, not a river despite its nameEEast River
66%
Large city in Virginia, on the Hampton Roads, on the mouth of Chesapeake Bay, home to the largest naval base in the worldNNorfolk
66%
Small city in western Illinois, bordering Missouri, on the Mississippi River, it was once a thriving river port and a railroad transportation centerQQuincy
38%
Desert that covers large parts of Arizona, southeastern California, and northwestern Mexico, the city of Phoenix is located on the northern reaches of this desertSSonoran Desert
34%
Largest freshwater lake in the state of Florida, also known as Florida's Inland SeaOOkeechobee
33%

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