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Western North Carolina: Quiz

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Question 1: Two major Interstate highways cross the region: Interstate 40, which traverses east-west, and ________, which traverses north-south.
Interstate 26Interstate 77Interstate 73Interstate 85

Question 2: Brevard College, located in Brevard, North Carolina, is affiliated with the ________.
ChristianityArminianismMethodismUnited Methodist Church

Question 3: Two major class 1 railroads run through the region, ________ and Norfolk Southern.
Canadian Pacific RailwayCSX TransportationNorfolk Southern RailwayUnion Pacific Railroad

Question 4: Located east of the ________ state line and west of the Piedmont, Western North Carolina contains very few major urban centers.
AlabamaTennesseeGeorgia (U.S. state)Arkansas

Question 5: ________, located in Swannanoa, is noted for its strong pro-environment policies and social liberalism.
Davidson CollegeLees–McRae CollegeWarren Wilson CollegePeace College

Question 6: It is sometimes included with upstate ________ as the "Western Carolinas", which is also counted as a single media market.
South CarolinaNorth CarolinaNew JerseyGeorgia (U.S. state)

Question 7: Lees-McRae College, located near Banner Elk, North Carolina, is also affiliated with the ________.
ChristianityPresbyterianismCovenant theologyProtestantism

Question 8: The region covers an area of about 11,000 square miles, and is roughly the size of the state of ________.
MaineConnecticutMassachusettsRhode Island

Question 9: The Foothills is a region of transitional terrain between the Piedmont Plateau and the ________.
Rocky MountainsVirginiaGreat PlainsAppalachian Mountains

Question 10: ________ locations are typically closer to 2000 feet or 600 meters AMSL.
CanyonDrainage basinValleySediment transport







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