United States 'E' and 'F' Geography Quiz Stats

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State capital of KentuckyFrankfort
83.3%
The name of the monument and region of the intersection of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and UtahFour Corners
82.6%
A mangrove and tropical rainforest National Park in the Southeast that is the largest in the United StatesEverglades National Park
80.1%
The largest city in Western Texas which is situated on the border with Mexico and Cuidad JuarezEl Paso
80%
The largest city in North Dakota, located on the border with MinnesotaFargo
76.7%
A historic waterway that connects the Great Lakes to New York City via the Hudson River at AlbanyErie Canal
74.3%
The fifth-largest city in California and the most populous in the Central ValleyFresno
73.8%
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The southernmost contiguous and third-most populous state in the United StatesFlorida
68.5%
Oregon city home to the University of OregonEugene
67.7%
Historically famous for its relation to cowboys and fifth-largest city in TexasFort Worth
62.9%
The seventh-largest city in Michigan and the city where General Motors was foundedFlint
46.9%
The third-largest city in Arkansas which is also home to the University of ArkansasFayetteville
45.9%
Indiana's second-largest cityFort Wayne
44.8%
Located in Montana, the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi River in the contiguous statesFlathead Lake
11.4%

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