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• 1.

How Many National Parks are there in New York?

• A.

29

• B.

22

• C.

36

B. 22
Explanation
There are 22 national parks in New York.

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• 2.

The Great Smokey Mountains has about  how many miles of Trails?

• A.

800 Miles

• B.

450 Miles

• C.

500 Miles

A. 800 Miles
Explanation
The Great Smoky Mountains has approximately 800 miles of trails.

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• 3.

The Great Smokey Mountains have around how many Vistiors per year?

• A.

900 Million

• B.

75 Million

• C.

9 Million

C. 9 Million
Explanation
The correct answer is 9 Million. This suggests that the Great Smoky Mountains receive approximately 9 million visitors per year. This number indicates a significant amount of tourism and interest in the area, highlighting its popularity and appeal as a tourist destination.

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• 4.

The Rocky Mountain National Park hires 150 carpenters to rebuild Historic Structures.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The given statement is true because it states that the Rocky Mountain National Park hires 150 carpenters to rebuild Historic Structures. This implies that the park is actively taking steps to rebuild and maintain its historic structures, which would require the employment of skilled carpenters.

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• 5.

Rocky Mountain National Park has been the home to Native Americans for at least the last How Many years?

• A.

9,500 Years

• B.

3,000 Years

• C.

12,000 Years

C. 12,000 Years
Explanation
The correct answer is 12,000 Years. This suggests that Native Americans have been living in Rocky Mountain National Park for a significant amount of time, indicating a long-standing presence and historical connection to the area.

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• 6.

National Park week is... ?

• A.

April 11-17, 2011

• B.

April 18-24, 2011

• C.

April 16-24, 2011

C. April 16-24, 2011
Explanation
National Park week is observed from April 16-24, 2011. This week is dedicated to celebrating and promoting the importance of national parks in the United States. During this time, various events and activities are organized to encourage people to visit and appreciate the natural beauty and cultural significance of national parks.

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• 7.

There are nearly _______ national parks in every hometown.

• A.

75

• B.

200

• C.

400

C. 400
Explanation
The correct answer is 400. This means that there are approximately 400 national parks in every hometown.

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• 8.

Most National Parks are Free on all the following dates except...

• A.

Memorial Day

• B.

Martin Luther King Day

• C.

First Day of Summer

A. Memorial Day
Explanation
Most National Parks are free on Martin Luther King Day and the First Day of Summer. However, Memorial Day is not included in the list of dates when National Parks are free.

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• 9.

During the Summer months, temperatures are very high. The best time to plan visits are...

• A.

10am- 4pm

• B.

12pm-6pm

• C.

7am-12pm

A. 10am- 4pm
Explanation
During the Summer months, temperatures are very high, so it is best to plan visits during the time when the temperatures are relatively cooler. The time period of 10am-4pm falls in the middle of the day, where the sun is at its peak and temperatures are usually at their highest. Therefore, this time period would not be the best choice for planning visits. The other two options, 12pm-6pm and 7am-12pm, both include either early morning or late afternoon hours when temperatures tend to be cooler. However, the 7am-12pm time period includes the early morning hours when temperatures are even cooler, making it the better choice for planning visits during the Summer months.

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• 10.

Which park  is the only state without a national park, monument, or historic site?

• A.

Rhode Island

• B.

Delaware

• C.

Utah

B. Delaware
Explanation
Delaware is the correct answer because it is the only state in the United States that does not have a national park, monument, or historic site. This means that there are no federally recognized areas within Delaware that are preserved and protected for their historical, cultural, or natural significance. Rhode Island and Utah, on the other hand, both have national parks, monuments, and historic sites within their borders.

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