- Aug 9, 2001
Depends on whether you mean the City or the State though, doesn't it?
The city is 300.46 square miles in area.
So going by Max's estimate of the area of York, that would make it about 17.6 old Yorks.
I was going to figure this out, too, but @feen5 beat me to it. But how many Yorkie dogs equal one old York?How many Yorkie bars to an Old York?
The Wikipedia entry is including the whole of the area defined by the district borders, not just the built up area of the City itself.Wikipedia says the City of York has a size of 105 square miles
Not sure but I just went with the first figure I found which was 7 sq inch's. What I'm more worried about is whose going to skin several Yorkie dogs to get the average surface area of a small dog in order to do the calculationAccording to Google:
"The original Yorkie bar weighed 58g back in the 1970s, and over time shrunk to 52g, before increasing to a whopping 70g in the 2000s before settling at its current weight of 46g. They were biggest in the noughties but we do get a little more from our four fingers than we used to."
But not sure how this affects the area of the bar!
(FTFY)What I'm more worried about is
whosewho's going to skin several Yorkie dogs to get the average surface area of a small dog in order to do the calculation
I haven't seen a Top Trumps card like that before - what's the 'a-d' bit at the bottom about? It looks like it relates to the 8/b at the top?
Do you also have to guess which plane it is?