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Question 1:
What is Hawaii (island)'s nickname?
The Big Island
Campo; Champese
Yaya
Mu00E1rquez Lugo

Question 2: Measured from its base at the sea floor, to its highest peak, Mauna Kea is the tallest mountain in the world, even taller than Mount Everest, according to the ________.
World recordLand speed recordMotorcycle land speed recordGuinness World Records

Question 3: Major crops include Macadamia nuts, papaya, ________, tropical and temperate vegetables, and coffee beans.
SeedFlowerFlowering plantFruit

Question 4:
How many metres above sea level is Hawaii (island)?
13,796 ft.
142
22 m
2,037 m

Question 5: Island-wide ________ is provided by the "Hele-On Bus".
Light railTramCommuter railZero-fare public transport

Question 6: The Island of Hawaiʻi, also called the Big Island or Hawaiʻi Island (pronounced /həˈwaɪ.i/ in English and [həˈwɐiʔi] or [həˈvɐiʔi] in Hawaiian), is a volcanic island (the eastern-most in the ________ chain) in the North Pacific Ocean.
Hawaiian IslandsNihoaNiihauKahoolawe

Question 7: The Big Island is famous for its ________.
LavaEarthCalderaVolcano

Question 8: Hawaiʻi was the home island of Pai`ea Kamehameha, called ________ Kamehameha the Great, who by 1795 united most of the Hawaiian Islands under his rule after several years of conquest.
HoapiliKealakekua BayKamehameha IIKamehameha I

Question 9: Onizuka Space Center; museum dedicated to the memory of Challenger astronaut ________
Ellison OnizukaRonald McNairDick ScobeeJudith Resnik

Question 10: Downtown ________ was severely damaged in both, with many lives lost.
Kailua, Hawaii County, HawaiiHawaii (island)Hilo, HawaiiHawaii County, Hawaii







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