I gave Patric the quiz:
Him: "Delaware. No one lives in Delaware. There is no capital."
Him: "Michigan. (re-stating the question clearly a delay tactic). That's Traverse City.
Me: "Patric, we lived in Michigan. We camped in Traverse City; that is not the capital."
Him: "Maryland. Maryland? The biggest city there is The Village. But I think the British burned it down."
Me: (After I stopped laughing) "Rhode Island"
Him: "Rhode Island. Rhode Island. Rhode Island."
Me: "It was on the side of the U-Haul we saw the other day. We laughed at the art."
Him: "Rhode Island. Rhode Island.... (blank stare)"
Him: "Same thing, no one lives there. There can't be a capital. What on earth did you say to these people when they said they didn't need to learn this?!"
Me: "Sometimes a quiz is not about the content; sometimes a quiz is about your ability to apply yourself."
Once again, F for the parents on grade school content.