Midwest USA Geography Profile

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Can you name the geographical facts about the Midwest (as defined by the US Census)?

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Sub-Regions
46,421,564 
20,505,437 
States
11,536,504 
6,483,802 
9,883,640 
12,830,632 
5,686,986 
5,303,925 
3,046,355 
5,988,927 
672,591 
814,180 
1,826,341 
2,853,118 
States Capitals
769,332 
807,584 
113,802 
117,352 
235,419 
281,253 
200,538 
40,771 
61,217 
14,072 
254,001 
124,331 
Twenty Five Largest Cities
2,851,268 
910,921 
807,584 
769,332 
605,013 
482,299 
454,731 
431,369 
385,378 
372,186 
356,587 
333,012 
316,179 
281,253 
255,890 
254,001 
235,419 
207,209 
200,538 
193,710 
174,907 
172,950 
158,008 
157,630 
157,280 
Twenty Five Largest Metros
9,580,567 
4,403,437 
3,269,814 
2,828,990 
2,171,896 
2,091,286 
2,067,585 
1,801,848 
1,743,658 
1,559,667 
849,517 
835,063 
778,009 
699,935 
672,220 
612,683 
570,025 
562,963 
562,906 
453,603 
430,900 
424,043 
414,315 
408,005 
379,066 
Emerging Megaregion of the Midwest
53,768,125 
The Great Lakes
31,700 sq mi (82,000 sq km) These are the largest freshwater lakes on Earth 
23,010 sq mi (59,600 sq km) They are sometimes collectively reffered to as the North or 3rd Coast 
22,400 sq mi (58,000 sq km) They hold 21% of the world's freshwater 
9,940 sq mi (25,700 sq km) The three largest cities on the Lakes are Chicago, Toronto, and Detroit 
7,540 sq mi (19,500 sq km) They are more realistically seas than lakes, yes they have waves... 
Longest Rivers running through the region
2,320 mi (3,734 km) 
2,341 mi (3,767 km) 
Tallest Mountain
7,244 ft (2,208 m) 

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