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1.   The main attraction in Olympia is the Capitol Campus. Here you can see the state's capitol building and also the Legislative building, which is a scaled down version of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. Pete's family is going to leave their home in Spokane, Washington and travel to the state capital. The total driving distance from Spokane to Olympia is 320 miles. The family is going to go home past the Mount St. Helens area. This will be 441 miles. How far will Pete's family drive altogether?

2.   Vancouver is the state's oldest and fourth largest city with a population of approximately 143,560 people (according to the 2000 census). Seattle is the largest city, with 563,374 people. How many more people were living in Seattle than Vancouver when the 2000 census took place?

3.   Washington's highest peak is a volcano named Mt. Rainier. Its highest point is 14,410 feet and its lowest point is 1,610 feet. What is the difference between the two heights?

4.   When Cody got up to go to school in Spokane, Washington, it was 60F. A cold front came through his city and by the time he got home, it was only 21F. What was the difference in temperature?

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