Which is the only district in India that share its boundary with four states?
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The only state that touches four of the five great lakes is Michigan. Michigan has shoreline on Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron and Erie, but not on Lake Ontario. New York has shoreline on Lakes Ontario and Erie. Pennsylvania and Ohio have shoreline on Lake Erie. Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin h…ave shoreline on Lake Michigan. Minnesota and Wisconsin have shoreline on Lake Superior. (MORE)
Of total letters, there are three states with four letters: Iowa Ohio Utah However, there are seven states with only four different letters in the name: Hawaii (H, A, W, I) Alaska (A, L, S, K) Kansas (K, A, N, S) Mississippi (M, I, S, P) Alabama (A, L, B, M) Tennessee (T, E, N…, S) Indiana (I, N, D, A) (MORE)
They are drawn after the results of the Census. The Census reports information about the population of the U.S. The U.S, has a set number of Districs, however states can gain Districts by increasing their population, another state will lose their District in order to give to the other one which incr…eased their population. This way everyone has a somewhat equal say in presidential elections (MORE)
No, they're not; all of these countries also have states: Australia Austria Brazil Germany Malaysia Mexico Micronesia Nigeria Sudan Venezuela
There are only three states with a four letter name: Iowa, Ohio and Utah. The US territory of Guam is also spelt with four letters, although, it is not a state.
total we have 21 high courts for 28 states . 2 states have 1 hiogh court i.e punjab , haryana (high court in chandigarh) 5 states have another high court
What is the capital of the only state that shares part of its border with Iowa Nebraska and Minnesota?
South Dakota is the state and its capital is Pierre. South Dakota also borders Montana and Wyoming to the west, andNorth Dakota to the north.
If a state has four congressional districts how many electors does it have representing it at the electoral college?
The state will have 6 electors. A state has as many electors in the electoral college as it has Senators and Representatives in Congress. (There are also 3 electors from the District of Columbia.)
If a state has four congressional districts sends four members to the house of representativeshow many electors does it have representing if at the electoral college?
If a state has four members in the house of representatives, that state will have a total of 6 representatives at the electoral college . The state has one for each representative and one for each senator. Every state has 2 senators, so the state will have 4 for the representatives and 2 for the se…nators. (MORE)
There are a variety of types of natural boundaries. These naturalboundaries include mountains, sea, lake, as well as deserts.
State legislatures in each state are responsible for drawingcongressional district boundaries. There are 435 congressionaldistricts in the United States.
The districts change every ten years based on the census taken by the United States.
The only state to share a border with all other mainland states inAustralia is South Australia. It touches Western Australia on thewest, the Northern Territory and part of Queensland on the north,and Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria on the east.
Uttar Pradesh shares its boundary with 7 other states: Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana, and Uttarakhand, and also the capital territory of Delhi and the country of Nepal.
There are two states that have four straight lines as boundaries.These include the states Colorado, as well as Wyoming.
If your talking about the United States the electoral districts are redrawn after every Census.
There are only 3 that I know, transform, divergent, and convergent. -Toby Shout out to Mrs. Cordero
Regional boundaries is an area in which places share certain landforms, and State boundaries is a line or natural feature that divides one area from another.
What original four states and district challenged the US Supreme Court for racial segregation and why?
Brown v. Board of Education, 347 US 483 (1954) Brown was a consolidation of four cases from Kansas , South Carolina , Virginia and Delaware heard the same day as a fifth, companion case ( Bolling v. Sharpe ), that had to be considered separately because it originated in the District of… Columbia , federal territory. The states didn't bring the segregation challenge to the courts, however; the NAACP orchestrated all five cases with the hope of overturning the "separate but equal" doctrine set in Plessy v. Ferguson, 1896. The civil rights organization's goal was to integrate the public schools so African-American children could have the same quality of education and opportunities as white children. The four cases consolidated under Brown include: Brown v. Board of Education, 347 US 483 (1954) (Kansas) Briggs v. Elliot (South Carolina)* Davis v. County Board of Education of Prince Edward County (Virginia) Gebhart v. Belton (Delaware) Companion case, heard separately: Bolling v. Sharpe, 347 US 497 (1954) *Briggs v. Elliot, 342 US 350 (1952) originally came before the court in 1952, but the decision was vacated and the case remanded back to US District Court for disposition. For more information, see Related Questions, below. (MORE)
Gerrymandering is what congress does when deciding district boundaries. When coming up with drawings for boundaries, what they do is try to manipulate the boundaries for a political gain in their favor.
The number of congressional districts for each state is determined based on the population recorded by the official census made every 10 years. Since the total number of districts remains fixed at 435, the number of districts a state has is increased or decreased according to relative changes in pop…ulation. If the number of districts changes, the boundaries of the districts must be changed and the state legislature draws up the new boundaries. This redistricting provides the opportunity for a great amount of political manoeuvring. The party in control of the legislature tries to adjust the boundaries so as to win the largest number of districts for their party. There is a special word, gerrymandering, for this art of political redistricting . Some techniques are more subtle than others. (MORE)
The people in elected office determine the shape of electoral boundaries. This means that they intentional draw electoral boundaries so enough voters who lean towards one particular party are included in an area thus ensuring continual electoral victories. For example: if those drawing electoral bou…ndaries feel steel workers (or middle class laborers ect) are more likely to vote for a democrat they intentionally include enough of them to guarantee a win or exclude enough of them to guarantee a loss. (MORE)
Rajasthan , Gujarat , Maharashtra , Andhra Pradesh , Orrisa , Bihar , Uttar Pradesh
Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Oklahoma and Texas do. Plus, on the Mexican side of the border are Chiahuahua and Sonora.
South Dakota, which also borders Wyoming and Montana to the west, and North Dakota to the north.
The process of redrawing legislative districts is redistricting.The process of deliberately redrawing the boundaries of legislativedistricts to effect outcome is referred to as gerrymandering.
In the US Senate, no, since you can't change a State border. In State Senates, yes.
Uttar Pradesh is the state with maximum number of districts in India. It has a total of 70 districts.
If the state of New Hampshire sues the state of Maine over the location of their shared state boundary which court has original jurisdiction over this controversy?
The Supreme Court of the United States has original and exclusive jurisdiction over cases involving disputes between the States.
Texas Arizona California & New Mexico as they share the Mexican boundary in common however they also share it in common with half a dozen Mexican states so it should be noted that the question & answer are defective in this regard moreover the question probably does not intend this answer… at all but rather appears to refer to a single boundary point known as the four corners which is shared in common by Utah Arizona Colorado & New Mexico so it should also be noted that a boundary & a boundary point are not quite the same thing since a boundary is generally defined & considered as a line rather than only a single point (MORE)
Sikkim (located in east India between Nepal and Bhutan) has a border only with the state of West Bengal.
Following Are The Countries With Share Their Boundaries With Pakistan: INDIA CHINA IRAN AFGHANISTAN ARABIAN SEA
Well the four states of matter are: Liquid, Solid, Gas and Plasma (the first 3 states are the main ones) and they all occupy space, they can all have colours and obviously they're all matter, in different forms.
No. If the arc is sufficiently small, almost every state in the world has a part of its boundary which is the arc of a perfect circle. Edit: The curved border divides Delaware and Pennsylvania, so PA also has an arc as part of its boundary. The 12 mile curve also crosses into the border with …New Jersey... (MORE)
Maine. It shares a border with the state of New Hampshire and the Canadian provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick.
Goverment of India can make changes in the boundary of statesthrough a bill passed by the lower and upper houses of theparliament with the concent of the state in question.
Uttar Pradesh shares its boundary with maximum number of other states; Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Chhatisgarh, Rajasthan, Haryana Uttarakhand, Delhi and also with international border of Nepal.
To the North of the Indian subcontinent are the Himalayas. These mark the Convergent plate boundary between it and the Eurasian Plate.
There are only three: Lake Michigan to the east, Lake Superior to the north, and the Mississippi River to the west.
All states share four important characteristices. These characteristics are population, territory, sovereignty, and government. Although all of these things would be different within the state, all states have these characteristics.
All states but Alaska and Hawaii border at least one other state. Maine is the only state to border just one state.
Bangladesh The distances are: Bangladesh 4,053 km, Bhutan 605 km, Burma 1,463 km, China 3,380 km, Nepal 1,690 km, Pakistan 2,912 km
bangladesh- West Bengal, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Tripura and assam \n . nepal -Bihar, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Sikkim and West Bengal . bhutan -West Bengal, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh and assam .
The question does not make sense. All of the states of Australia share a border with another state. Even Tasmania, the island state, shares an actual land border as well as a water border with another state.
The only Australian state that does not share a border with South Australia is Tasmania. All mainland states, as well as the Northern Territory, share a border with South Australia. Tasmania, however, is Australia's island state, and it shares both a sea border and a land border with Victoria alone.… (MORE)
What is the capital of the only state that shares part of its borders with iowa nebbraska and minnesota?
South Dakota is bordered byMinnesota to the east, Iowa to the southeast, and Nebraska to thesouth. Pierre is the capital city in South Dakota.
What is the only capital of the state that shares part of its borders with Iowa Nebraska and Minnesota?
South Dakota is bordered by Minnesota to the east, Iowa to thesoutheast, and Nebraska to the south. Pierre is the capital city inSouth Dakota.
Four landforms that are shared by the United States and Canada arethe Great Plains, Great Lakes, Rocky Mountains, and the CascadeRange.
Idaho borders Wyoming to the east,Montana to the northeast, Nevada and Utah to the south, andWashington and Oregon to the west.