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SS8 G1 GA Geography

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22 questions
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  • Q1
    On which continent is Georgia located?
    South America
    North America
    Europe
    Africa
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  • Q2
    In which hemispheres is Georgia located?
    Southern and Western
    Southern and Eastern
    Northern and Eastern
    Northern and Western
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  • Q3
    In which region of the country is Georgia?
    Southeastern
    Northeastern
    Northwestern
    Southwestern
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  • Q4
    The Piedmont region
    has the highest peak in Georgia
    is the carpet capital of the world
    is the smallest region
    is where half of the state's population lives
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  • Q5
    The region of the state that receives the most rainfall is
    Piedmont
    Ridge & Valley
    Blue Ridge
    Coastal Plain
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  • Q6
    The region that produces granite and marble is
    Coastal Plain
    Piedmont
    Appalachian Plateau
    Blue Ridge
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  • Q7
    Which natural geographic feature is the divides the Piedmont and Coastal Regions?
    Savannah River
    Fall Line
    Chattahoochee River
    Appalachian Mountains
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  • Q8
    Which river forms the border of Georgia and South Carolina?
    Altamaha River
    Olcmulgee River
    Chattahoochee River
    Savannah River
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  • Q9
    In which region is the major industry textile/carpet manufacturing?
    Piedmont
    Ridge & Valley
    Blue Ridge
    Appalachian Plateau
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  • Q10
    Which region of Georgia is the smallest?
    Appalachian Plateau
    Ridge & Valley
    Piedmont
    Blue Ridge
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  • Q11
    Which region was known as the "cotton belt"?
    Coastal Plain
    Piedmont
    Ridge & Valley
    Appalachian Plateau
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  • Q12
    In which region does the Appalachian Trail begin?
    Appalachian Plateau
    Blue Ridge
    Piedmont
    Ridge & Valley
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  • Q13
    In which region in Lookout Mountain located?
    Appalachian Plateau
    Piedmont
    Ridge & Valley
    Blue Ridge
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  • Q14
    In which region would you find Atlanata
    Ridge & Valley
    Blue Ridge
    Coastal Plain
    Piedmont
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  • Q15
    What is the main industry of Blue Ridge today?
    Fishing
    Tourism
    Textile/Carpet
    Gold mining
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  • Q16
    Why are the barrier islands important to Georgia?
    They serve as a hunting preserve.
    They allow ships to enter ports.
    They keep hurricanes from coming ashore.
    They protect the mainland from erosion.
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  • Q17
    Which river forms the border between Georgia and Alabama?
    Olcmulgee River
    Flint River
    Savannah River
    Chattahoochee River
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  • Q18
    Which of the following is NOT a primary use of the Chattahoochee River?
    transportation
    drinking water
    fishing
    hydroelectric power
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  • Q19
    Which of the following is NOT true about the Okefenokee Swamp?
    largest freshwater swamp in the US
    Used by ships as a deepwater port
    home to hundreds of species of plants and animals
    located in the Coastal Plain
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  • Q20
    How does Georgia's climate affect agriculture?
    The cooler climate means plant struggle to survive.
    The warm climate means plants struggle to survive.
    The cooler climate means a longer growing season.
    The warm climate means a longer growing season
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