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It is estimated that a large National Park has a density of 114 bison per square mile.  If the park is 20,400 square miles, how many bison live in the National Park?

 Jul 1, 2018
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Just multiply:

114 x 20,400 =2,325,600 bisons in the Park.

Note: I don't think there are that many bison in all of North America!! The estimate is about 500,000.

 Jul 1, 2018

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