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How big is 48,600,000 square perches?

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It's about three-fourths as big as Oklahoma City.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 0.76177810 times the size of Oklahoma City, and the size of Oklahoma City is 1.3127180 times that amount.
(a.k.a. OK City, a.k.a. OKC) (Oklahoma)
The capital and largest city in the state, Oklahoma City measures 63,798,100 square perches. The city is known for its energy exploration and information technology industries and as the location of the 1995 bombing of the Murrah Federal Building by Timothy McVeigh.
It's about one-and-three-tenths times as big as Indianapolis.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 1.3130 times the size of Indianapolis, and the size of Indianapolis is 0.76160 times that amount.
(Indiana) (Metropolitan Statistical Area)
The capital of and largest city in Indiana as of 2009, Indianapolis measures 37,020,000 square perches in total area. The city is known for its sports tourism, including the Indianapolis 500 and Brickyard 400 auto races, and the Men's and Women's NCAA basketball tournaments.
It's about one-and-two-fifths times as big as Dallas.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 1.3860 times the size of Dallas, and the size of Dallas is 0.72150 times that amount.
(Texas)
The third-largest city in Texas and the ninth-largest in the United States as of 2009, Dallas measures 35,070,000 square perches in total area. The city is known as a strong industrial, commerce, and banking center, and as an "inland port," due to its metropolitan airport, Dallas-Fort Worth International.
It's about one-and-a-half times as big as San Diego.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 1.4640 times the size of San Diego, and the size of San Diego is 0.68310 times that amount.
(California)
The second-largest city in California and the eleventh-largest in the United States as of 2009, San Diego measures 33,210,000 square perches in total area. The city is known for its defense manufacturing and biotechnology industries.
It's about two-thirds as big as Butte.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 0.66207840 times the size of Butte, and the size of Butte is 1.5103950 times that amount.
(The City and County of Butte-Silver Bow) (Montana)
The eighth-largest city in the country and the second-largest in Montana, the Butte-Silver Bow City County measures 73,405,200 square perches. The city was called "the Richest Hill on Earth" for its numerous copper, silver, and gold mines.
It's about two-thirds as big as Maui.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 0.652630 times the size of Maui, and the size of Maui is 1.53230 times that amount.
(Hawaii)
The second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui measures 74,468,000 square perches in total area. It is known as the home of the Maui High Performance Computing Center and as a major tourist destination.
It's about two-thirds as big as Anaconda.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 0.640260 times the size of Anaconda, and the size of Anaconda is 1.56190 times that amount.
(Anaconda City/Deer Lodge County) (Montana)
The consolidated city-county of Deer Lodge County (of which Anaconda is the county seat) measure 75,907,000 square perches in total area. The town of Anaconda is named after the Anaconda Mine owned by the town's founder, Marcus Daly, and was itself the namesake of the Anaconda Copper Company, one of the largest trusts of the twentieth century.