How Much Bigger Is Alaska Than Texas?

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Alaska is actually almost three times the size of Texas. Alaska has a total area of 663,268 square miles, while Texas has a total area of 268,820 square miles.
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Texas is by far the bigger than Alaska. Texas is 144.8 square miles and Texas is 262 square miles. Some of the area is water since there are glaciers in Alaska.
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two times bigger.
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Alaska is the largest state at 570,374 sq. mi..
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Area of Alaska: 663,267 sq. miles , Area of Texas: 268,581 sq. miles. So Alaska is about 2.469 times bigger than Texas.
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