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The two states that are outside the contiguous US are Alaska and Hawaii.

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The two states that are not contiguous are Alaska and Hawaii. The other 48 states are part of the continental US.


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The non-contiguous states. Alaska and Hawaii.


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The United States of America is comprised of 50 States. Of these, "the lower 48" all touch each other without any country or barrier between them. However, two States do not touch the mainland states. These are Hawaii and Alaska. These are called non-contiguous states. However, all 50 States are part of the US, are governed by the same Federal laws, etc.


Forty eight contiguous states in the US. The states of Alaska and Hawaii are the two states not adjoined.


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There are three "contiguous" continental US states on the Pacific Coast : Washington, Oregon, and California. The other two states with Pacific Ocean shorelines are Alaska and Hawaii.


Nothing happens or will happen. The United States of America is comprised of 50 States. Of these, "the lower 48" all touch each other without any country or barrier between them. However, two States do not touch the mainland states. These are Hawaii and Alaska. These are called non-contiguous states. However, all 50 States are part of the US, are governed by the same Federal laws, etc.


Alaska and Hawaii are the two states that are not contiguous to the other forty-eight states.



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