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Grade 4 Asian Geography
Mount Everest is one of the many peaks that make up the                   .
  1. Himalaya Mountains
  2. Andes Mountains
  3. Port Mountains
  4. French Mountains
Grade 5 US Geography
Which of the following are the largest mountain ranges in the United States?
  1. Ozark Mountains and Appalachian Mountains
  2. Coastal Mountains and Cascade Mountains
  3. Rocky Mountains and Appalachian Mountains
  4. Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains
College Geomorphology
A mountain or mountain building event
  1. Fault
  2. Caldera
  3. Orogeny
  4. Rifting
  5. Tumuli
Grade 6 Canadian Geography
Grade 5 US Geography
Which Mountain Range is closest to California?
  1. Appalachian Mountains
  2. Rocky Mountains
  3. Ozark Mountains
  4. Cascade Mountains
Grade 8 Latin American Geography
What is the longest continuing mountain range in the world?
  1. Rocky Mountains
  2. Allegheny Mountains
  3. Andes Mountains
  4. Smokey Mountains
Grade 9 Geomorphology
The Appalachian Mountains are an example of
  1. fault block mountains.
  2. domed mountains.
  3. folded mountains.
  4. volcanic mountains.
  5. combination or complex mountains.
Grade 3 Louisiana
Louisiana's highest elevation.
  1. Driscoll Mountain
  2. Hunter Mountain
  3. Dormon Mountain
  4. Kisatchie Mountain
Grade 10 Latin American Geography
What is the name of the longest mountain chain in the world?
  1. Rocky Mountains
  2. Andes Mountains
  3. Atlas Mountains
  4. Cascade Mountains
Grade 8 Geomorphology
The Black Hills of South Dakota are an example of
  1. fault block mountains.
  2. domed mountains.
  3. folded mountains.
  4. volcanic mountains.
  5. combination or complex mountains.
Grade 9 Geomorphology
The Grand Teton Mountains of Wyoming are an example of
  1. fault block mountains.
  2. domed mountains.
  3. folded mountains.
  4. volcanic mountains.
  5. combination or complex mountains.
Grade 9 Geomorphology
Mt. Ararat is an example of
  1. fault block mountains.
  2. domed mountains.
  3. folded mountains.
  4. volcanic mountains.
  5. combination or complex mountains.
Grade 8 Geomorphology
The Adirondack Mountains of New York are an example of
  1. fault block mountains.
  2. domed mountains.
  3. folded mountains.
  4. volcanic mountains.
  5. combination or complex mountains.
Grade 4 US Geography
What is the name of one of the set of mountains in Arizona?
  1. Yuma Mountains
  2. Everest Mountains
  3. San Pedro Mountains
  4. White Mountains
Grade 7 North American Geography
What mountain range stretches from Alabama, in the United States, to Quebec,in Canada?
  1. Rocky Mountains
  2. Appalachian Mountains
  3. Smoky Mountains
  4. Himalayas
Grade 6 US Geography
The                       are the largest mountain system in North America.
  1. Rocky Mountains
  2. Appalachian Mountains
  3. Nova Scotia Mountains
  4. Lawrence Mountains
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