How many times bigger is the biggest country in south america than the smallest country in south america?

Brazil is the largest country in South America, with an area of 3,287,000 square miles. The smallest South American nation is Suriname (this does not count French Guyana, which is a territory of France and not a country). Suriname has an area of 63,000 square miles. So, if we divide 3,287,000 by 63,000, we find that Suriname would fit in Brazil 52 times.