Six states share borders with Oklahoma: * Colorado * New Mexico * Texas * Arkansas * Missouri and * Kansas.
New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas and Texas share borders with Oklahoma,
The eight states that share boundaries with Missouri are: Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahome, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Iowa, and Nebraska.
Kansas and Missouri share the city of Kansas City, with only a river between them.
New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas and Texas share its borders.
Arkansas and Louisiana
Missouri and Arkansas.
Arkansas and Louisiana do.
Tennessee and Missouri each share borders with eight states.Here are the states with their neighbors, listed clockwise.Tennessee: Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Missouri.Missouri: Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska.
Nebraska, Misssouri, Oklahoma and Colorado all share borders with Kansas.
Both Tennessee and Missouri share borders with eight states. Tennessee borders Missouri, Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Georgia, Arkansas, Alabama, and Mississippi. Missouri borders Illinois, Kentucky, Iowa, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Nebraska.
Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana and Arkansas.
North Dakota, South Dakota,Missouri,Kansas,Minnesota,Nebraska,Wisconsin
It is a tie. Tennessee and Missouri each share borders with eight states. Here are the states with their neighbors, listed clockwise: * Tennessee: Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Missouri. * Missouri: Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska.
Kansas and Oklahoma
No, Kansas and Iowa do not share a border. Both states border the Missouri River (Iowa to the east and Kansas to the west), but Iowa is further north than Kansas.
It is important to know the location of each state. Kansas is shared by, not two states but the four states of Nebraska, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Missouri.
There are two cities that share the name of Kansas City. Kansas City is located in Missouri and in Kansas.
yes indeed legally all us states share both national borders with kansas & all us other states too but especially Colorado Missouri nebraska & Oklahoma in this case
* New Mexico * Oklahoma * Arkansas * Louisiana
The two states share a common border.
kansas is one
Technically, Kansas City, Missouri is a completely separate city from Kansas City, Kansas, however there is only a river that separates the two cities.
From west to east: New Mexico Oklahoma Arkansas Louisiana