# Zipcode Cache Density @ 4 Miles - What's Yours?

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Pardon me if I'm wrong but isn't the area of a circle = pi² x r?

Since pi²= 9.87 then a circle with a radius of 4 miles would be slightly less than 40 square miles (4 x 9.87 = 39.48)

It's pi r squared. I remember the saying: Pie are squared-no pie are round.

Pardon me if I'm wrong but isn't the area of a circle = pi² x r?

Since pi²= 9.87 then a circle with a radius of 4 miles would be slightly less than 40 square miles (4 x 9.87 = 39.48)

It's Pi * r² = (3.1416 * 16) = 50.2655

--Marky

Edited by Marky
87114 @ 4 miles = 14 caches

(14*2)/100=0.28 caches per sq. miles

I take great consolation that I'm only as dense as CurmudgeonlyGal

I've heard Smurfs can be kinda dense...

96003 @ 4 miles = 13 caches

(14*2)/100 = 0.26caches per mile²

My zipcode is only about 8 miles away from Marky's (which is not far in San Jose, CA terms), but I'm about half as dense as him.

95119 @ 4 miles = 57

1.14 caches per square mile

96007 has 9 within 4 miles = .18

Hmmm.

93436 @ 4 = 5 caches if you count 2 of mine. Result 0.10

93436 @ 4 = 3 caches less my 2 caches. Result 0.06

Not very dense at all.

31032 @ 4 miles = 0

@ 6 miles = 0

@ 8 miles = 0 Anybody see a trend here?

@ 10 miles = 5 woo hoo finally!!!!

11713 @ 4 miles = 36

map

Edited by JMBella

90505 @ 4 miles = 50

Half of that area is ocean....

Also within 50 miles of me there are over 2200 caches.

Edited by Vacman

95825 - 97 (small in number, but they're scrappy!)

Thousand Oaks, CA

91360 @ 4mi = 200

Caches per square mile = 4.00

11751

@4 miles: 23

Thousand Oaks, CA

91360 @ 4mi = 200

Caches per square mile = 4.00

I've got to head down there and do some caching one of these days.

--Marky

92604 @ 4 miles = 18 caches, so density = .36

1. 11730 @ 4 Miles = 26

2. Density = .52

Bayonets4u

55901 = 7 caches (just .1 mile shy of 8)

It is Saturday so I refuse to do any math.

Caches within 4 miles of 50125 = 1.

Caches within 8 miles of 50125 = 4.

Caches per square mile in search (1) = .02.

Density--Black Hole-like.

Edit: 3 out of 4 within the 8 miles are mine.

Edited by Balboagirl

Up until last week,

0 Caches @ 4 miles from 15626, but with the recent placement of my first cache it's:

1 Cache @ 4 miles from 15626.

Or @ 8 miles, you get 13, but two are disabled and the one is mine, making for truly ten caches.

So average cache density is .02

78248=16 Caches in 4 miles

46410 @ 4 miles = 2

Caches per square mile = .08

As you can see, I'm pretty busy here.

If I go 10 miles I get 13 or a density of .26 caches/mile.

John

JJDubs

there's only 4 caches within 4 miles of me, so that's .08/sq mile

I only have 1 within 4 miles

I only have 11 within 4 miles, but that is because I am practically surrounded by Chino Hills state park. If I shift over a zip code or two I it would probably go up.

1) 75067 @ 4miles=30

2) .60

3)

Within a 4 mile radius of the city of TORTILLA FLAT, there are 11 caches for every 6 people that live in the area...based on an estimated population of 1.5 million residents, Phoenix would have to come up with 2,749,999 caches to match that kind of cache density...

But then again, there are only 6 people who live in Tortilla Flat.

48183 21 caches

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