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What is the capital of Texas?
Austin
What is the capital of Oklahoma?
Oklahoma City
What is the capital of New Mexico?
Santa Fe
What is the capital of Arizona?
Phoenix
What is the capital of California?
Sacramento
What is the capital of Oregon?
Salem
What is the capital of Washington?
Olympia
What is the capital of Colorado?
Denver
What is the capital of Nevada?
Carson City
What is the capital of Utah?
Salt Lake City
What is the capital of Idaho?
Boise
What is the capital of Montana?
Helena
3x3
9
4x4
16
5x5
25
6x6
36
7x7
49
8x8
64
9x9
81
10x10
100
11x11
121
12x12
144
How many in a gross?
144
6x7
42
7x8
56
7x6
42
8x6
48
8x7
56
6x8
48
What is the capital of Alabama?
Montgomery
What is the capital of Alaska?
Juneau
What is the capital of Arkansas?
Little Rock
What is the capital of Connecticut?
Hartford
What is the capital of Delaware?
Dover
What is the capital of Florida?
Tallahassee
What is the capital of Georgia?
Atlanta
What is the capital of Hawaii?
Honolulu
What is the capital of Illinois?
Springfield
What is the capital of Indiana?
Indianapolis
What is the capital of Iowa?
Des Moines
What is the capital of Kansas?
Topeka
What is the capital of Kentucky?
Frankfort
What is the capital of Louisiana?
Baton Rouge
What is the capital of Maine?
Augusta
What is the capital of Maryland?
Annapolis
What is the capital of Massachusetts?
Boston
What is the capital of Michigan?
Lansing
What is the capital of Minnesota?
Saint Paul
What is the capital of Mississippi?
Jackson
What is the capital of Missouri?
Jefferson City
What is the capital of Nebraska?
Lincoln
What is the capital of New Hampshire?
Concord
What is the capital of New Jersey?
Trenton
What is the capital of New York?
Albany
What is the capital of North Carolina?
Raleigh
What is the capital of North Dakota?
Bismarck
What is the capital of Ohio?
Columbus
What is the capital of Pennsylvania?
Harrisburg
What is the capital of Rhode Island?
Providence
What is the capital of South Carolina?
Columbia
What is the capital of South Dakota?
Pierre
What is the capital of Tennessee?
Nashville
What is the capital of Vermont?
Montpelier
What is the capital of Virginia?
Richmond
What is the capital of West Virginia?
Charleston
What is the capital of Wisconsin?
Madison
What is the capital of Wyoming?
Cheyenne
4x8
32
4x7
28
4x12
48
3x7
21
3x6
18
3x8
24
6x7
42
7x5
35
6x8
48
4x8
32
7x8
56
7x7
49
8x6
48
8x8
64
8x7
56
11x11
121
12x6
72
12x4
48
12x7
84
12x5
60
12x8
96
12x9
108
What landform has a vent at the top?
volcano
When rocks melt inside the Earth, what do they become?
magma
When magma pushes upward, what does it cause a volcano to do?
erupt
Once magma comes out of a volcano, what is it called?
lava
What name is given to the slipping or sliding of parts of the Earth's surface?
earthquake
Which word describes a large, flat area?
plain
What is a large amount of slowly moving ice called?
glacier
What do farmers cut into hillsides in mountain country?
terraces
What is a shape on the surface of the Earth called?
landform
Which word describes an area that is high, large, and flat?
plateau
When rocks break down over time, what is this called?
weathering
What is the process by which broken down rocks are carried away?
erosion
Spell journey
journey
How many states in the USA?
50
Which state has water all around it?
Hawaii