Brazil’s Size in Relation to the United States

Brazil is somewhat smaller than the United States, which covers a little more than 3,286,486 square miles. Despite the fact that most map projections understate Brazil’s size in comparison to the United States, the two nations actually have a fairly similar total area.

The United States is slightly smaller than Brazil at 3,043,615 square miles if one just considers the contiguous United States, which critically omits the 663,300 square miles that make up the state of Alaska. Brazil, however, has a far smaller population than the United States, which has 314 million people. Brazil has 199 million people.

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