New Jersey

The state of New Jersey is located in the Middle Atlantic and Northeastern regions of the US. It is the most densely populated US state and the 47th largest state by area at 8,721 sq mi.

Asked in Math and Arithmetic, New Jersey, Road Running, Length and Distance

How many miles are in a 8K race?

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8K is equal to 5 miles. Actually, to be exact 8K is equal to 4.97 miles.
Asked in Personal Finance, California, New Jersey, Lotteries

How can you remain anonymous after winning the lottery?

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Actually, your best bet is to sign the back of the ticket and put it in a safe place. Then go find yourself a good lawyer and have the attorney set up a trust with a bank. The trust will need a name. Let's name it the " BigWin Trust". Once BigWin Trust is properly set up the lawyer will have one of the bank officers present the winning ticket to the lottery agency and accept the winnings on behalf of the BigWin Trust. This is legal in the states that have Powerball. Not sure about Megamillion states. But, sign the ticket, put it in a safe place, see a lawyer, set up a trust and then keep your mouth shut and no one will ever know. Powerball web sites states the following: "All but five states (DE, KS, MD, ND, OH) have laws that require the lottery to release the name and city of residence to anyone who asks. Other states may offer to assist you in some way, including such things as the creation of trusts. But generally, you will want to hire an attorney to review the laws in your state to see what options you might have. Photos and press conferences are up to you for most, but not all states. Check with your state lottery to see if photos or more are required. Most of the time, it is advisable to get it over with the press so that you don't have one or more reporters following you around to get that "exclusive" interview. Even if the you can keep your identity secret from the press and the public, you will have to be known to the lottery - so they can confirm that you are eligible to play and win."
Asked in New Jersey, Political Office Holders, Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages

How did Glenn Dale Cunningham die?

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Jersey City Mayor, Glenn Dale Cunningham, died of a massive heart attack on May 25, 2004.
Asked in Insurance, Auto Insurance, New Jersey

Does one need auto insurance to drive with a learner's permit in New Jersey?

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Insurance and Learners permits Yes, All 50 U.S. states require that a driver carry the appropriate Financial Responsibility. There is No exception of law in any U.S. state for a learners permit. A Drivers or Learners "Permit" is permission to drive and therefore a temporary license with certain restrictions. You can obtain your own insurance or you can be covered under someone else's policy such as the vehicle owners or your parents or legal guardians insurance policy but you must have coverage. If you are a minor then you can still obtain auto insurance, but due to contract law your parent or guardian will have to countersign the insurance application. It's almost always cheaper to be added to your parents policy. A Drivers Permit comes with all the responsibilities of anyone who operates a motor vehicle on public roads, including your financial responsibility. More friendus Some Insurance companies have underwriting guidelines that do not require the insured to schedule a newly permitted child of the insured on the policy until after they have graduated from the learners permit to a full license. This has led many people to erroneously assume that this is a matter of law when it is not, It is simply the policy of that particular company not to charge you while your child is learning. Most companies require that all drivers be scheduled within 30 days of licensing or permitting. So Make sure you check with the insurance company first. In Texas a dealer is required by law to verify that you have Insurance before you can drive the car off the lot. The law does not require you be over 18, only that you have the proper insurance. Drive safe - Buckle up. Auto insurance You would need insurance if you are operating the vehicle on public road You can lose everything you have if you have an accident and are not insured. The other party can obtain a judgment which can follow you for years or your parents if you are a minor. Other Opinions When our teenaged boys received learner's permits (the last in 2007) the company told us they were covered under our policy. We did not have to add them to our policy until they received drivers licenses at age 16. Other companies may have different policies. Your insurance company can provide definitive friendus.
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, New Jersey, Road Running, Length and Distance

How many miles are in a 10K race?

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10 Kilometers is equal to 6.2 Miles There are 6.2 miles in a 10k race. 1 mile = 1.609344 kilometers. And 1 kilometer = 0.621371 miles So, 10 kilometers would be 10 x .621371192 which equals 6.213712 miles
Asked in New Jersey, Unemployment

Where is the New Brunswick unemployment office?

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If i am not mistaken, the unemployment office for New Brunswick NJ is located at 506 Jersey Ave.
Asked in New York, History of the United States, New Jersey

What is the address of New Jersey's state capital?

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225 West State Street Trenton, New Jersey 225 West State Street Trenton, New Jersey
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, New Jersey, Length and Distance

How many miles is 8500 km?

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There are 5,281.655134 miles in 8,500 kilometers. 8,500 kilometers x 1 mile/1.609344 kilometers = 5,281.655134 miles 1 mile = 1.609344 kilometers
Asked in New Jersey

What are some edible plants in new jersey?

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Dandelions, chickweed, basil, watercress and water hemlock.
Asked in New Jersey

Is Jersey City ghetto?

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Jersey City has gone through a revitalization process. Decades ago, the streets where unsafe, but in the present time, it is very safe to roam through most of Jersey City. There are a few select parts mainly in the residential section that you would want to avoid especially at night. But there are a number of areas in JC that are very upscale. The 'Downtown' area is very safe and upscale with many newer high rise buildings. Port Liberte which has been built near the center of the city on the ferry location is composed of multi million dollar condos. The hospital area is nice, the shops off Garfield are safe. So to answer your overall question, JC should not be considered a ghetto. The city is clean and beautiful.
Asked in Shopping, Jewelry, New Jersey

Where to buy a diamond ring in northern NJ?

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You can shop for diamonds in most any jewelery store.
Asked in History of the United States, Colonial America, New Jersey

What was the climate of colonial new jersey?

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In general, it is much the same as it is today except maybe a bit cooler. But it was warm enough to grow crops, with good soil and all four seasons. See the related question for the current climate.
Asked in New Jersey

What is the capital of New Jersey?

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The capital of New Jersey is Trenton. Fun fact: Trenton is the only state capital in the U.S. that is on the border with another state (Pennsylvania).
Asked in History of the United States, Colonial America, New Jersey

Why did New Jersey become a separate colony?

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At the time it wasn't New Jersey, it was New England and still being ran be Britain; that why it was still a colony.
Asked in Emissions and Exhaust Systems, New Jersey, Antique & Classic Cars

Does a classic car have to pass emission inspection?

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If it didn't have emissions controls from the factory you don't have to pass any emissions test, check with your state as some are different, especially California.
Asked in New Jersey

What is a jersey springer versus just a jersey?

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A Jersey springer means they are about to calve or give birth in then next month or so.
Asked in Jobs, New Jersey, Seasons

How would one start networking for a new job in a different state 6-9 months in advance of relocating?

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As with any job search, research and preparation are key. In this case, however, you will need to find all the major employers in your line of work in order to spread your name far and wide; fortunately, this information is easily found online. You may also be able to apply for positions in these companies via the web. Be sure to use a properly prepared ASCII resume, and include in your cover email a properly formatted text-break resume as well. It would also be to your advantage to have a local telephone number (which you can easily do if you use a cell phone) in your contact information. If you are moving because of/with a partner, use his/her contacts to help you get established. Some companies give special consideration to partners when filling positions within the organization. If you are leaving a job to move, find out if anyone in your current organization knows people in your new state, then contact them and establish a relationship as quickly as you can. If you are hold membership in organizations related to your field, find out if these groups also meet in your new location. If possible, attend at least one meeting, or better, a weekend conference, or begin to correspond with the new group, and let them know you are job hunting. Any other organization you belong to (church, Toastmasters, community groups, PTA if you have children) might also be able to help you out. Local headhunters are also a possibility. The trick with distance searching is to get your name out there in a broad sweep of the field. The problem, of course, is that you don't have a local advocate or inside track, and this is what you must try to establish. It's not impossible to do this if you can strike up relationships by long distance and establish credibility, but it's certainly not the easiest way to get a job. Good luck. Clare Keating for 3C Communications Consulting Group
Asked in New Jersey

What countries and oceans border New Jersey?

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are you serious? well New Jersey is a STATE in the COUNTRY United States of America. So, no countries surround it, just states. States make up a country. THe Atlantic Ocean is the only ocean bordering it. ~ New Jersey is bordered by New York, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, and the Atlantic Ocean, as noted.
Asked in History of the United States, Colonial America, New Jersey

What type of people settled the New Jersey colony?

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The Dutch Settled in New Jersey around the 1600's. But then the English came and booted them out later on in the 1700's.