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PA Geography. Review Game. PART 2. Pennsylvania Geography. 22Q. Define Grid A. a system of lines drawn on a map B. space is equal to so many actual miles C. a natural feature on the earth’s surface D. an area that shares a common feature throughout. Sorry.

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Pa geography

PA Geography

Review Game. PART 2


Pennsylvania geography
Pennsylvania Geography

  • 22Q. Define Grid

    • A.a system of lines drawn on a map

    • B. space is equal to so many actual miles

    • C. a natural feature on the earth’s surface

    • D. an area that shares a common feature throughout


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  • 22A. Define Grid

    • A.a system of lines drawn on a map

    • B. space is equal to so many actual miles

    • C. a natural feature on the earth’s surface

    • D. an area that shares a common feature throughout


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Pennsylvania Geography

23Q. Define map scale

  • A. a system of lines drawn on a map

  • B. space is equal to so many actual miles

  • C. a natural feature on the earth’s surface

  • D. an area that shares a common feature throughout


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23A. Define map scale

  • A. a system of lines drawn on a map

  • B. space is equal to so many actual miles

  • C. a natural feature on the earth’s surface

  • D. an area that shares a common feature throughout


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Pennsylvania Geography

  • 24Q. Define LAND FORMS

    • A. space is equal to so many actual miles

    • B. a natural feature on the earth’s surface

    • C. an area that shares a common feature throughout

    • D. a flat stretch of land


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  • 24A. Define LAND FORMS

    • A. space is equal to so many actual miles

    • B. a natural feature on the earth’s surface

    • C. an area that shares a common feature throughout

    • D. a flat stretch of land


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Pennsylvania Geography

  • 25Q. Define REGION

    • A. a flat stretch of land

    • B. a long, narrow chain of hills or mountains

    • C. a large high plain

    • D. an area that shares a common feature throughout


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  • 25A. Define REGION

    • A. a flat stretch of land

    • B. a long, narrow chain of hills or mountains

    • C. a large high plain

    • D. an area that shares a common feature throughout


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Pennsylvania Geography

  • 26Q. Define PLAIN

    • A. a system of lines drawn on a map

    • B. a natural feature on the earth’s surface

    • C. a flat stretch of land

    • D. a long, narrow chain of hills or mountains


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  • 26A. Define PLAIN

    • A. a system of lines drawn on a map

    • B. a natural feature on the earth’s surface

    • C. a flat stretch of land

    • D. a long, narrow chain of hills or mountains


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Pennsylvania Geography

  • 27Q. Define RIDGE

    • A. an area that shares a common feature throughout

    • B. a flat stretch of land

    • C. a long, narrow chain of hills or mountains

    • D. a large high plain


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  • 27A. Define RIDGE

    • A. an area that shares a common feature throughout

    • B. a flat stretch of land

    • C. a long, narrow chain of hills or mountains

    • D. a large high plain


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Pennsylvania Geography

  • 27Q. Define PLATEAU

    • A. an area that shares a common feature throughout

    • B. a flat stretch of land

    • C. a long, narrow chain of hills or mountains

    • D. a large high plain


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  • 27A. Define PLATEAU

    • A. an area that shares a common feature throughout

    • B. a flat stretch of land

    • C. a long, narrow chain of hills or mountains

    • D. a large high plain


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Pennsylvania Geography

28Q

A. Allegheny Plateau

B. Ridge & Valley

C. Piedmont

D. Atlantic coastal plain

E. Erie plain


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28A

A. Allegheny Plateau

B. Ridge & Valley

C. Piedmont

D. Atlantic coastal plain

E. Erie plain


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Pennsylvania Geography

29Q

A. Allegheny Plateau

B. Ridge & Valley

C. Piedmont

D. Atlantic coastal plain

E. Erie plain


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29A

A. Allegheny Plateau

B. Ridge & Valley

C. Piedmont

D. Atlantic coastal plain

E. Erie plain


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Pennsylvania Geography

30Q

A. Allegheny Plateau

B. Ridge & Valley

C. Piedmont

D. Atlantic coastal plain

E. Erie plain


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30A

A. Allegheny Plateau

B. Ridge & Valley

C. Piedmont

D. Atlantic coastal plain

E. Erie plain


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Pennsylvania Geography

31Q

A. Allegheny Plateau

B. Ridge & Valley

C. Piedmont

D. Atlantic coastal plain

E. Erie plain


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31A

A. Allegheny Plateau

B. Ridge & Valley

C. Piedmont

D. Atlantic coastal plain

E. Erie plain


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Pennsylvania Geography

32Q

A. Allegheny Plateau

B. Ridge & Valley

C. Piedmont

D. Atlantic coastal plain

E. Erie plain


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32A

A. Allegheny Plateau

B. Ridge & Valley

C. Piedmont

D. Atlantic coastal plain

E. Erie plain


33 q what was the name of the architectural feature overhang of the german barn
33 Q. What was the name of the architectural feature overhang of the German barn?

  • A. Forebay

  • B. Overhang

  • C. Hay loft

  • D. Backbay


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  • 33 A. What was the name of the architectural feature overhang of the German barn?

    • A. Forebay

    • B. Overhang

    • C. Hay loft

    • D. Backbay


34q how was lancaster different from philadelphia
34Q.How was Lancaster different from Philadelphia? overhang of the German barn?

  • A. It was not laid in a grid pattern, but built topsy

  • B. It was not on a deep water port, but a smaller river.

  • C. Market town dependent entirely on network of roads.

  • D. Market town that was built in a straight line instead of a square


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CORRECT! overhang of the German barn?

  • 34A.How was Lancaster different from Philadelphia?

    • A. It was not laid in a grid pattern, but built topsy

    • B. It was not on a deep water port, but a smaller river.

    • C. Market town dependent entirely on network of roads.

    • D. Market town that was built in a straight line instead of a square


35q during the industrial period of the mid 19th century what was the cheap fuel
35Q. During the Industrial Period of the mid-19th century, what was the cheap fuel?

  • A. Natural Gas

  • B. Coal

  • C. Oil

  • D. Electric


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  • 35A. During the Industrial Period of the mid-19th century, what was the cheap fuel?

    • A. Natural Gas

    • B. Coal

    • C. Oil

    • D. Electric


36q what did edwin drake find in titusville in 1859
36Q. What did Edwin Drake find in Titusville in 1859? what was the cheap fuel?

  • A. Gold

  • B. Nichol

  • C. Oil

  • D. Coal


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  • 36A. What did Edwin Drake find in Titusville in 1859?

    • A. Gold

    • B. Nichol

    • C. Oil

    • D. Coal


37q what made the canal system obsolete within twenty years
37Q. What made the canal system obsolete within twenty years?

  • A. Trains

  • B. Automobiles

  • C. Steamboats

  • D. Floods


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  • 37Q. What made the canal system obsolete within twenty years?

    • A. Trains

    • B. Automobiles

    • C. Steamboats

    • D. Floods


38 q what made the railway system obsolete
38 Q. What made the railway system obsolete? years?

  • A. Canals

  • B. Steamboats

  • C. Automobile

  • D. Trolleys


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  • 38A. What made the railway system obsolete?

    • A. Canals

    • B. Steamboats

    • C. Automobile

    • D. Trolleys


39q what was the name of the 1st long distance limited highway in the country
39Q. What was the name of the 1st long distance limited highway in the country?

  • A. Rt. 66

  • B. I-99

  • C. PA 6-500

  • D. PA Turnpike


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CORRECT! highway in the country?

  • 39A. What was the name of the 1st long distance limited highway in the country?

    • A. Rt. 66

    • B. I-99

    • C. PA 6-500

    • D. PA Turnpike


40Q. What type of coal was found in large deposits in Western Pennsylvania? This was also the foundation for the iron and steel industries.

  • A. Anthracite coal

  • B. Bituminous coal

  • C. Aphrodite coal

  • D. Semi-Bituminous coal


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  • 40A. What type of coal was found in large deposits in Western Pennsylvania? This was also the foundation for the iron and steel industries.

    • A. Anthracite coal

    • B. Bituminous coal

    • C. Aphrodite coal

    • D. Semi-Bituminous coal



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CORRECT! Western Pennsylvania? This was also the foundation for the iron and steel industries.

  • 41Q. Explain how a Beehive coke furnace works?

  • To make coal into coke—this is essential for making iron and steel. Put coal in from top, seal off front of oven, burn coal with little oxygen for about 3 days. This burned off sulphur, water, and gas and makes a hard rock of carbon, which was coke











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