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Southwestern United States: Quiz

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Question 1: The Mojave Desert separates it from ________.
Greater Los Angeles AreaLos AngelesLos Angeles metropolitan areaSouthern California

Question 2: Notable examples include ________, Gallup, Window Rock, Arizona, Flagstaff, Arizona, and, to a lesser degree, Prescott, Arizona.
Farmington, New MexicoAlbuquerque, New MexicoAztec, New MexicoSanta Fe, New Mexico

Question 3: The ________ links the Southwest to the main body of Mormon settlements in Utah.
Mormon CorridorTemple SquareMormon TrailRelief Society

Question 4: About 70 miles (110 km) to the southeast are the research facilities at ________.
Fort LeavenworthFort HuachucaFort RuckerFort Sill

Question 5: Many old Mormon settlements have grown rapidly with the arrive of migrants mainly from Texas, the American South, and the ________.
Western United StatesPacific NorthwestCanadaBritish Columbia

Question 6: Dallas and Houston, for example, with regards to vegetation and terrain resemble more the ________ (along with their culture as well).
Southern United StatesNortheastern United StatesMidwestern United StatesUnited States

Question 7: It includes various types of yucca, along with ________, Barrel Cactus, opuntia, Desert Spoon, and Creosote Bush to name a few.
SaguaroArizonaNew MexicoCalifornia

Question 8: Once regarded as a bleak wasteland populated by a dying culture, the native cultures, especially the ________, have undergone a strong resurgence and is playing an increasingly important role.
Crystal, New MexicoNavajo NationTuba City, ArizonaShiprock, New Mexico

Question 9: In the ________ and Mogollon Rim country there is an old and continuing Mormon influence.
Grand CanyonDirty Devil RiverLittle Colorado RiverGunnison River

Question 10: Many of the states in this region, such as ________, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas have witnessed some of the highest population growth in the United States; and according to the U.S.
FloridaArizonaAlabamaColorado







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