What US Metro Areas have the most Land?

Which US metropolitan areas have the most square miles? Have Fun!
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Data is from Quora user David Thorsley, here is the web address for the site where is got the data https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-total-land-area-of-the-50-largest-metropolitan-areas-in-the-U-S
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Last updated: October 18, 2019
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Size (Square Miles)
Metropolitan Area
27,298
Riverside-San Bernadino
16,573
Phoenix
11,842
New York City
10,062
Houston
9,977
Salt Lake City
9,286
Dallas-Fort Worth
8,458
St Louis
8,414
Denver
8,376
Atlanta
8,274
Sacramento
8,091
Las Vegas
7,952
Kansas City
7,387
San Antonio
7,256
Chicago
6,868
Nashville
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Level 84
Oct 18, 2019
Check your spelling
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Level 56
Oct 18, 2019
Ok, thanks!
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Level 56
Oct 18, 2019
Fixed now
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Level 37
Jan 24, 2021
This quiz goes by county not urban area. This makes counties like Riverside/San Bernardino at the top because they are so huge. Is there a way to measure this by urban area and not counties or would that be too much of a hassle?
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Jan 24, 2021
Depends, urban areas are really hard to define sometimes, and I haven't yet found a good source for urban areas. If anybody has a good source for it though, I would be all ears!