Oklahoma was one of the newest states that enlisted in the union; it is 46th state that enters in the United States of America. The largest and capital city of Oklahoma is Oklahoma City. Other important cities are – Tulsa, Norman, Lawton, Broken Arrow, and Edmond.
The economy of the state is largely depends upon the agriculture, oil and natural gas. Other important sectors are aviation, telecommunications, energy, and biotechnology. The capita city Oklahoma City and Tulsa are the main economic center of the state. Geographically, state has small mountain ranges; however, most of the parts lie in the Great Plains and Interior Highlands. Furthermore, the climate type of Oklahoma is continental.
Oklahoma State - Quick Facts
|Abbreviation:||OK, Okla. US-OK|
|Largest City:||Oklahoma City|
|Population:||3,850,568 (2013 est)|
|Joined The Union:||2877|
|Highest Point:||Black Mesa|
|Lowest Point:||Little River at Arkansas border|
|Timezone:||UTC-7/-6 all of the state (legally) Central: UTC -6/-5, Kenton (informally) Mountain: UTC -7/-6|