Michigan

Education

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Michigan:

Climate: Michigan has a continental climate, although there are two distinct regions. The southern and central parts of the Lower Peninsula (south of Saginaw Bay and from the Grand Rapids area southward) have a warmer climate (Koppen climate classification Dfa) with hot summers and cold winters.
Language: In 2000, 91.6% of the state's population five years old or older spoke only English at home, down from 93.4% in 1990.
Currency:

The United States dollar, denoted by USD or the symbol $, is the official currency used in the United States. Commonly referred to as the "American dollar," the currency is divided into 100 cents (symbol ยข)

Visas:

http://www.united-states.visahq.com

Population:

Michigan ranked 8th in population in the US with an estimated total of 10,050,446 in 2002, an increase of 1.1% since 2000. Between 1990 and 2000, Michigan's population grew from 9,295,297 to 9,938,444, an increase of 6.9%. The population is projected to reach 10.1 million by 2025.

Capital City:

Lansing is the capital of the U.S. state of Michigan. It is located mostly in Ingham County, although small portions of the city extend into Eaton County. The 2010 Census places the city's population at 114,297,[4] making it the fifth largest city in Michigan.

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