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This Is the Largest State in America

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46. New Mexico
> Total area: 121,590 sq. miles
> Land area: 121,298 sq. miles, 99.8% of total area
> Water area: 292 sq. miles, 0.2% of total area

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47. Montana
> Total area: 147,040 sq. miles
> Land area: 145,546 sq. miles, 99.0% of total area
> Water area: 1,494 sq. miles, 1.0% of total area

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48. California
> Total area: 163,695 sq. miles
> Land area: 155,779 sq. miles, 95.2% of total area
> Water area: 7,916 sq. miles, 4.8% of total area

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49. Texas
> Total area: 268,596 sq. miles
> Land area: 261,232 sq. miles, 97.3% of total area
> Water area: 7,365 sq. miles, 2.7% of total area

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50. Alaska
> Total area: 665,384 sq. miles
> Land area: 570,641 sq. miles, 85.8% of total area
> Water area: 94,743 sq. miles, 14.2% of total area

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