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Why did the United States send troops to Vietnam in the 1960s?
a) to defend South Vietnam against communist North Vietnam b) to assist Japan in supporting the democratic government c) to force the French to leave Cambodia and Laos d) to attempt to reunite North Vietnam and South Vietnam
Pacific South America is threatened by
a) earthquakes and volcanoes b) lightening storms c) tidal waves and typhoons d) hurricanes and blizzards
The Amazon River\'s tributaries begin high in the
a) Andes b) Magellan c) Atacama d) Altiplano
United States currently has military deployed in these two countries
a) Iraq and Afghanistan b) Iran and Iraq c) Iran and Afghanistan d) Iraq and India
Japan\'s home islands are
a) Kyushu, Shikoku, Honshu, and Hokkaido b) Okinawa, Hokkaido, Shikoku, and Honshu c) Ryukyu, Hokkaido, Honshu, and Shikoku d) Shikoku, Kyushu, Okinawa,and Hokkaido
Which of the following is NOT a climate found in Mexico?
a) tundra b) savanna c) desert d) humid tropical
The world\'s tallest mountain is
a) Mount Everest b) Mount Kunlun c) Mount Altay d) Mount Tian
Beijing is
a) also known as Peking and is China\'s capital b) also known as Shanghai c) an agricultural center in central China d) a large coastal city in eastern China
What happened to the Soviet Union in 1991?
a) It split into 15 republics b) The country changed to Muscovy c) The Cold War became popular d) The communists led a second revolution.
Which of the following republics borders the Black Sea?
a) Ukraine b) Turkmenistan c) Latvia d) Moldovia
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