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Question 1 of 20 The United States is the world's __________ largest country in terms of population. A. fourth B. third C. second D. fifth Reset Selection Question 2 of 20 The western third of Canada and the United States is primarily comprised of: A. plains. B. mountains. C. lowlands. D. forests. Reset Selection Question 3 of 20 Fertile soil laid down at the conclusion of the Pleistocene Ice Age by wind is called: A. alluvium. B. loess. C. laterite. D. podzol. Reset Selection Question 4 of 20 The Great Lakes were formed by: A. continental glaciers. B. earthquakes. C. erosion by rivers. D. underground hot springs. Reset Selection Question 5 of 20 The highest population densities in Canada are found in: A. Nunavut. B. eastern Newfoundland. C. the west coast. D. southern Canada. Reset Selection Question 6 of 20 The two countries that provided the largest number of immigrants to the United States between 1820 and 1860 were:
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A. Ireland and Germany. B. Poland and Romania.
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