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Question 1: In 1989, majority of its voters opted to join the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao but Cotabato City did not, which, ironically, has since served as the provisional capital of the ________ (ARMM).
ManilaPhilippinesZamboanga PeninsulaAutonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao

Question 2: In 1973, the successor province of Cotabato was split into the provinces of Maguindanao, (North) Cotabato and ________.
PhilippinesSouth CotabatoSultan KudaratBukidnon

Question 3: The old province of Cotabato was divided in 1966 into ________ and South Cotabato.
IloiloBukidnonCotabatoKidapawan City

Question 4: The Cotabato Valley formed the sultanate's heartland but its influence extended from the Zamboanga Peninsula to Sarangani Bay and ________.
Bacolod CityCagayan de Oro CityDavao CityZamboanga City

Question 5: Shariff Mohammed Kabungsuwan of Johore introduced ________ in the area at the end of the 15th century.
IslamIslamic schools and branchesMosqueMuslim history

Question 6: Maguindanao is composed of 36 municipalities, which are further subdivided into 492 ________.

Question 7: It borders ________ to the north, Cotabato to the east, and Sultan Kudarat to the south.
Marawi CityPalawanLanao del SurPhilippines

Question 8: Having elected to join the ________ (ARMM), Maguindanao also sends six representatives (three per district) to the ARMM Regional Legislative Assembly that convenes in Cotabato City.
ManilaAutonomous Region in Muslim MindanaoZamboanga PeninsulaPhilippines

Question 9: During the American period, ________ became a district of the Moro Province created in 1903 and a province of the Department of Mindanao and Sulu in 1914.
Kidapawan CityIloiloCotabatoBukidnon

Question 10: In 1945, Maguindanao was liberated by allied ________ troops and Maguindanaoan guerrilla units after defeating the Japanese Imperial forces in the Battle of Maguindanao during the Second World War.
Manuel RoxasHistory of the PhilippinesCommonwealth of the PhilippinesPhilippines


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