Boston: Quiz


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Question 1:
Which of the following subdivisions is Boston in?

Question 2:
The population density of Boston: How many people are there per square mile?

Question 3: [133] Boston's only public university is the ________, located on Columbia Point in Dorchester and Roxbury Community College and Bunker Hill Community College are the city's two public community colleges.
University of Massachusetts BostonMassachusetts College of Art and DesignQuincy CollegeMassachusetts Institute of Technology

Question 4: Federally, Boston is part of Massachusetts's 8th and 9th congressional districts,[130] represented respectively by ________, elected in 1998, and Stephen Lynch, elected in 2001; both are Democrats.
Mike CapuanoEd MarkeyScott BrownJohn Kerry

Question 5:
What is the total population of Boston?
c. 440

Question 6: [25] During this era, descendants of old Boston families were regarded as the nation's social and cultural elites; they were later dubbed the ________.
John KerryJohn LowellBoston BrahminLowell family

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  The Prudential Tower lit up for the 2007 World Series. The Red Sox won 4–0.
  View of Boston from Dorchester Heights, 1841
  View of Boston from the Prudential Tower Skywalk Observatory, looking east-northeast towards the Atlantic Ocean. The John Hancock Tower is in the center, Boston Common is at the upper left, and the Financial District is beyond the Common and Hancock. The major road to the right is the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90), which connects to I-93 through the South Bay Interchange at the upper right. At the top right is Logan International Airport, which is across inner Boston Harbor.
  The John F. Kennedy Library, located on the Columbia Point peninsula, 2007

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Boston Common seen from the Prudential Skywalk Observatory, an observation deck on the 50th floor of the Prudential Tower[61]
  Haymarket Square, 1909
  Longwood Medical and Academic Area

Question 9:

Question 10:
How many feet above sea level is Boston?

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