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Which of the following choices is an example of a metropolitan area? A. Dallas-Ft. Worth B. State of California C. North America D. Country of Canada
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User: Which of the following choices is an example of a metropolitan area? A. Dallas-Ft. Worth B. State of California C. North America D. Country of Canada

Weegy: B. State of California
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