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Mister Moo
11-18-2006, 11:16 PM
You should probably know what this is.


Topic: Geography (EASY)


1. The summit of Mt. Washington, in California, holds the record for tallest mountain. On April 19, 1980, it was formed.



a) Yes, it is ALL true.
b) No, this is incorrect.


2. The Oregon River Delta, where the mouth of the river meets Africa, covers approximately 11,000 miles, roughly a quarter of the state of Louisiana. The delta gradually changes temperature as it leaves the US.


a) Yes, it is ALL true.
b) No, this is incorrect.


3. Yosemite Falls, in Yosemite National Park in California, is actually in three sections with a total drop of 2, 425 feet. An upper waterfall (1, 430 ft.) and a lower one (320 ft.) are separated by small plunges and rapids (675 ft.).


a) Yes, it is ALL true.
b) No, this is incorrect.



Note: This is easy why? The data gives the answers off, almost. :sleepy:

Sent Reglay
11-18-2006, 11:17 PM
b, b, and b.

Mister Moo
11-18-2006, 11:19 PM
b, b, and a.
Wow, no wonder I knew that was easy! All correct.




1. Mt. Washington is in New Hampshire - and it held the record of the windiest place.

2. There is no Oregon River Delta, that's for sure...


Oh, changed it to b, b, and b? No. b, b, and a.



Too bored... Somebody try a harder (Medium) round of Geography...