Human Environment Interaction Quiz
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by Andrew Rouyer
| 12 Questions
Note from the author:
Geography
1
1 pt
The Golden Gate Bridge was completed over the Bay Area of San Francisco, California on April 19, 1937. The bridge is 746ft high and 8981ft long.

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2
1 pt
Saudi Arabia is the country with the largest amount of oil in the world. Scientists estimate they have over 269b barrels of oil compared to Canada, with the second largest amount at 172b barrels.
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3
1 pt
Corn stalks take over 50 gallons of water per acre to grow big enough to sell at market.
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4
1 pt
Fur coats can be made of many different animal furs. For example, foxes, rabbits, racoon. But the most common is a mink coat.
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5
1 pt
The first “flight” of an airplane took place in 1903 at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina by the Wright Brothers, Wilbur and Orville.
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6
1 pt
The Inuit Native Americans build igloos large enough for a family of twenty to live in for the winter.
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7
1 pt
The Roscoe Wind Turbine Farm near the town of Roscoe, Texas, is the state's largest wind farm.
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8
1 pt
The largest dam in the world is China’s Three Gorges Dam. The dam was built over the Yangtze River and uses clean green energy.
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9
1 pt
Oregon and Idaho are two states that are famous for farming potatoes. 87% of potatoes in the United States come from these two states.
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10
1 pt
In Vietnam and Cambodia, 54% of the land is rice paddies.
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11
1 pt
After Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin in 1794, cotton textile production rose by over 250%.
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12
1 pt
The Brooklyn Bridge was designed by John Roebling. Construction began on January 3, 1870 and was completed on May 24th, 1883. The bridge is 277 ft high and 5,989 ft long. Frank Sinatra has a song named after the famous bridge.
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