What is the longest border between two states?


What is the longest border between two states?

The longest border between two US states is Oklahoma-Texas, but neither of these has been clicked. Second is California-Nevada, and California is clicked so that makes Nevada the choice.

Which state has a longer border?

With 1,538 miles (2,475 km), Alaska shares the longest border.

Which state has the most borders with other states?

It is a tie.

  • Tennessee and Missouri each share borders with eight states.
  • Tennessee: Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Missouri.
  • Missouri: Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska.

Which is the only state that borders only one other state?

Maine: borders only one other U.S. state. Missouri and Tennessee: each share borders with eight states.

Are there any states that are contiguous with another state?

50 states make up the country of US of which 48 of are contiguous in nature. Two of the states do not share borders with any other state; one is an island and the other borders Canada. However, two states in the country share borders with eight other states! This fact is a record in the US as no other state shares so many borders.

How long is the border between Mexico and the United States?

Other U.S. border states State Length of Border Bordering Country Alaska 1,538 mi (2,475 km) Russia (water boundary) ( Canada to the Texas 1,241 mi (1,997 km) Mexico Arizona 373 mi (600 km) Mexico New Mexico 180 mi (290 km) Mexico

What are the states that border the state of Tennessee?

Tennessee is located in the eastern US and is considered an Appalachian state. To the north, Tennessee shares borders with Kentucky and Virginia. To the east is North Carolina (which Tennessee once belonged to) and to the west, the border is shared with Arkansas and Missouri.

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