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Utah:

Climate: Utah features a dry, semi-arid to arid climate, although its many mountains feature a large variety of climates, with the highest points in the Uinta Mountains being above the timberline. The dry weather is a result of the state's location in the rain shadow of the Sierra Nevada in California.
Language: In 2000, 87.5% of all state residents five years of age or older spoke only English at home; this was a decrease from 92.2% 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:

Utah ranked 34th in population in the US with an estimated total of 2,316,256 in 2002, an increase of 3.7% since 2000. Between 1990 and 2000, Utah's population grew from 1,722,850 to 2,233,169, an increase of 29.6%, the 4th-highest percentage gain in the decade among the 50 states.

Capital City:

Salt Lake City is the capital and the most populous city of the U.S. state of Utah. The name of the city is often shortened to Salt Lake or SLC. With a population of 186,440 as of the 2010 Census,[3] the city lies in the Salt Lake City metropolitan area, which has a total population of 1,124,197.

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