Which of the following is a true statement about the population for the United States between 2000 and 2010? :

1. The population of the state of Michigan increased by 15–25 percent.

2. The population of the state of Ohio decreased.

3. The population of the state of Ohio increased by 15–25 percent.

4.The population of the state of Michigan decreased.

Which of the following is a true statement about the population for the U.S. between 2000 and 2010?:

1. The population of most U.S. states decreased by more than 25 percent.

2. The population of only one U.S. state increased by 25 percent.

3. The population of only one U.S. state decreased.

4. The population of more than 10 U.S. states increased by more than 25 percent.

Which of the following landmarks is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania?:

1. Golden Gate Bridge

2. Independence Hall

3. Mount Rushmore

4.White House

Completed in 1941, this monument features 60-foot sculptures of the heads of four U.S. presidents. Which of the following is the correct name and location of this landmark?:

1. Mount Rushmore in Colorado

2. The Hoover Dam in Colorado

3. Mount Rushmore in South Dakota

4.The Hoover Dam in South Dakota

When it was completed in 1933, at 726 feet tall and made up of over 5 million barrels of concrete, it was the largest structure in the world. Which of the following is the correct name and location of this landmark? :

1. Hoover Dam in Utah and Nevada

2. Mount Rushmore in Colorado

3. Hoover Dam in Nevada and Arizona

4. Mount Rushmore in South Dakota

Which of the following correctly describes the Hudson River? :

1. river that flows northward and is an important trade route to Florida's interior

2. river that is part of a National Wildlife Refuge in the South

3. river that drains 31 states and was important for establishing trade in the Central Plains

4. river in eastern New York that was connected to Lake Erie by the Erie Canal

Which cultural region of the U.S. has the most Native American influence today?:

1. South

2. Northeast

3. Midwest

4. West

Which of the following U.S. cultural regions is best known for serving seafood like lobster and clams? :

1. Northeast

2. South

3. Midwest

4. West

Which description best fits the cultural region of the Northeast?:

1. Cold and harsh winters exist in this region, which is known for large cities and universities.

2. Fertile soil and warm climate create a good place to grow cotton and vegetables.

3. Plains and mountains make the land good for farming; industry centers on automobiles.

4. Forests and mountains make the land rugged; industries are ranching and lumbering.

If there was a large-scale oil spill near these islands, what ecological problem might occur?:

1. The price of oil and gasoline might become expensive.

2. Clean water will become more expensive for people on the islands.

3. Residents might be unhappy with the dirty water.

4. Plants and animals in the surrounding waters may be harmed.

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