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Q: If a forest ranger can observe 12 miles how many square miles can he see?

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pi x r2 = 3.1416 x 144 = 452.4 square miles

If he can see 12 miles in a complete circle, then find the area of a circle with radius of 12 miles. area of a circle = pi x radius2 = pi x 144 = 452 square miles

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It is about 4,600 square miles.

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I'm thinking, no. it is more like 400 something... 75.36 squard miles

there are 8, but Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona has 93533 acres which is 146.14 sq miles

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Approximately 145 square miles.

Miles measures distance. Square miles measures area. Therefore, you can not compare the two. It is like comparing feet and cups.

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