The cities of Longview and Richland in Washington are unique because of what

The cities of longview and richland in washington are

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The cities of Longview and Richland, in Washington, are unique because of what?Select one:a. They were both towns owned by private corporations. b. They were both preplanned cities. c. They are both owned and run by Native American tribes, while remaining part of the United States. d. They are both centers for the nuclear energy industry. FeedbackThe correct answer is: They were both preplanned cities.Question 16CorrectMark 1 out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWho were the first European explorers to visit the Pacific Northwest?Question 17
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CorrectMark 1 out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWhich of the following is a name for the Pacific Northwest that was coined my novelist Ernest Callenbach?Question 18CorrectMark 1 out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWhich primary cultural characteristics are usually associated with the Pacific Northwest?
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Question 19CorrectMark 1 out of 1Flag questionQuestion textIn the Pacific Northwest orographic precipitation usually occurs where?Select one:a. On the eastern side of mountain ranges b. On the western side of mountain ranges c. Near the coast d. In valleys between mountain ranges FeedbackThe correct answer is: On the western side of mountain rangesQuestion 20CorrectMark 1 out of 1Flag questionQuestion textPrior to WWII, what factor limited the development of large-scale industry in the Pacific Northwest?
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Question 21CorrectMark 1 out of 1Flag questionQuestion textBoth the Old Believers, and more recent immigrants from the former Soviet Union, emigrated
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