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Question 1: Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, ________
United KingdomCanadaUnited StatesBarbados

Question 2: Summerside, Prince Edward Island, ________
United KingdomUnited StatesBarbadosCanada

Question 3: Officially, the entirety of Newfoundland and Labrador observes Newfoundland Standard Time,[3] but in practice most of ________ uses the Atlantic Standard Time Zone.
IqaluitNewfoundland (island)LabradorTorngat Mountains National Park

Question 4: ________ (no DST)
San Juan, Puerto RicoHavanaPonce, Puerto RicoMexico City

Question 5: The clock time in this zone is based on the mean solar time of the 60th meridian west of the ________.
National Maritime MuseumBarbican CentreRoyal Observatory, GreenwichImperial War Museum

Question 6: The Atlantic Standard Time Zone (AST) is a geographical region that keeps time by subtracting four hours from either Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) or Greenwich Mean Time (________), resulting in UTC-4 or GMT-4.
Daylight saving timeLongitudeTime signalGreenwich Mean Time

Question 7: In ________, the provinces of New Brunswick[1] and Nova Scotia[2] reckon time specifically as an offset of 4 hours from Greenwich Mean time (GMT-4).
BarbadosCanadaUnited KingdomUnited States

Question 8: Cape Breton Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, ________
United KingdomUnited StatesBarbadosCanada

Question 9: ________ used AST until December 9, 2007, when it switched to UTC-4:30.
ArgentinaCubaEcuadorVenezuela

Question 10: AST is known (where applicable) as Atlantic Daylight Time (ADT) during ________, and has one hour added to make it three hours behind GMT (UTC-3).
Coordinated Universal TimeTime zoneDaylight saving timeRadio clock







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