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Grade 10 Bodies of Water and Continents
What Links the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea?
  1. Intercoastal Canal
  2. Erie Canal
  3. Panama Canal
  4. Suez Canal
Grade 8 Bodies of Water and Continents
What canal connected the Atlantic and the Pacific?
  1. Erie Canal
  2. Cascade Canal
  3. Oswego Canal
  4. Panama Canal
Grade 6 Bodies of Water and Continents
Canals are
  1. fertile land
  2. natural water ways
  3. small rivers
  4. human made water ways
Grade 8 American Imperialism

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The proposed canal:
  1. was to be open to all nations on equal terms.
  2. was to be open only to the U.S.
  3. was to be open only to South Americans.
Grade 11 Skin, Skeleton, and Muscles
In bones, the tiny canals that radiate outward from central canal to all lacunae are
  1. central canals.
  2. Volkmann's canals.
  3. canaliculi.
  4. osteon.
Grade 8 Formation of the USA
The Erie Canal
  1. was an expensive experiment that failed to produce any profit.
  2. failed to connect the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Coast.
  3. passed through the Mohawk Valley and a gap in the Appalachian Mountains in New York.
  4. was the last canal to complete a network of canals throughout the country that served to stimulate farming and manufacturing.
Grade 3 Bodies of Water and Continents
What is a canal?
  1. a human-made waterway
  2. a bridge over troubled water
  3. a river
Grade 3 Bodies of Water and Continents
What is a canal?
  1. A boat
  2. A waterway dug across land
  3. A path that runs under land
  4. A lake that collects water
Grade 11 Skin, Skeleton, and Muscles
What is the communication pathway from the outside of the bone to the inside?
  1. Volkmann's canals
  2. central canals
  3. Haversian system
  4. lamella
Grade 7 Zoology
Starfish have a ring canal connected to radial canals going through each arm of the animal. This network of canals is the
  1. digestive system.
  2. circulatory system.
  3. water vascular system.
  4. respiratory system.
Grade 8 Asian Geography
Circle the waterway that is within the country of India
  1. Burgundy Canal
  2. Eme System
  3. Grand Canal
  4. West Bengal
Grade 6 Respiration, Digestion, and Excretion
What is the body system that digests your food? Select all that apply.
  1. GI tract
  2. food canal
  3. gastrointestinal tract
  4. alimentary canal
Grade 4 American Imperialism

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One of President Theodore Roosevelt's goals was the build the Panama Canal. What was the Panama Canal?
  1. A man-made river through Mexico.
  2. A bridge through Central America.
  3. A canal across the narrowest part of the country of Panama.
  4. A series of boardwalks across the Isthmus of Panama.
Grade 9 Respiration, Digestion, and Excretion
Grade 11 Human Reproduction
The birth canal is also known as the
  1. cervix.
  2. uterus.
  3. vagina.
  4. Fallopian tube.
Grade 9 Latin America and Caribbean
The Panama Canal is now owned by
  1. drug cartels
  2. The United States
  3. Costa Rica
  4. Columbia
  5. Panama
Grade 8 Industrialization
The Erie Canal was built to link
  1. Lake Erie to New York City.
  2. Lake Erie to New Jersey.
  3. Lake Erie to Lake Michigan.
  4. Lake Michigan to the Mississippi River.
Grade 11 Dynastic China
Who built the Grand Canal?
  1. Mongols
  2. Sui
  3. Sung
  4. Tang
Grade 10 WWII
In 1945, the Japanese navy had plans to attack the Panama Canal using a specially built submarine
capable of launching a plane against a target. Why did the Japanese government plan to attack and
destroy the canal?
  1. The canal was a symbol of American strength
  2. The canal limited the ability of the Japanese to acquire resources
  3. The canal was a center of world trade and traffic for Allied forces
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