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  • Part of Kansas is Mountain TZ, though only a small bit, and part of Michigan's Upper Peninsula is Central TZ, though again a small bit. Most of Kansas is Central, and most of Michigan is Eastern. Don't know if that confused many people.

    cstallwo
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  • There is an error in the test. The easternmost point of the USA is in the Aluetian Islands (Alaska) which are across the 180 degree line of longitute in the Eastern Hemisphere

    HBurger
    1
  • @HeathieAK: Alaska is not te easternmost point of the country. It's not a continental state, first off, and you've gotten east and west confused.

    Alana
    1
  • Thanks for your input! I have changed the answers to two questions.

    Your help in making this better is much appreciated.

    Sabermetrician
    1
  • Jeremiah is correct, Kentucky in fact is right across the Mississippi from the town of New Madrid :)

    swabby76
    1
  • Technically Alaska is the easternmost state in the US.

    HeathieAK
    1
  • The answers to question No. 8 need to be revised. ALL states listed---including the "correct" answer, Kentucky---come in contact with the Mississippi.

    jeremiah
    1
  • Alaska is the eastern most state (Semisopochnoi Island), but Alaska was not listed in the choices.

    mh0ff
    1
  • I sucked at this nice quiz though *flipping through atlas*

    melinaa
    1
  • I loved your quiz!
    Please try my new quiz,
    The Memory Quiz
    (By Olivia Dyler)

    cooldiggy1995
    1
  • YEAH got 80% great quiz, very good questions :)

    Sisi
    1
  • I got 60% and i guessed on like 7 of em. that's pretty funny actually!

    weird h0rse
    1
  • i got 40%
    but im not american so i did ok
    :D

    Cassaqazqaz
    1

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