Highest Elevation and Most Populous Combined U.S. Cities

These are the 15 U.S. Cities which have the highest elevation MULTIPLIED by their population (i.e. use cities that are very populous and at least a bit above sea level), Have Fun!
Sorry if the title doesn't fully describe this quiz, this one was particularly hard to title.
Elevations are in feet, populations are city limits.
This quiz took a while to make, because the source I was getting my population numbers from updated halfway through. So I had to re-do half the quiz. It wasn't very fun.
Surprisingly, Lubbock, TX comes in 16th.
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Last updated: June 6, 2022
First submittedJune 6, 2022
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Elevation x Population
U.S. City
3,755,813,177
Denver
2,988,525,888
Albuquerque
2,900,832,264
Colorado Springs
2,537,272,100
El Paso
2,103,641,841
Aurora
1,764,281,934
Phoenix
1,609,843,335
Chicago
1,297,805,138
Tucson
1,294,226,790
Las Vegas
1,209,628,540
Reno
1,174,035,585
Los Angeles
943,704,450
San Antonio
864,146,390
Lakewood
847,220,028
Salt Lake City
843,195,614
Fort Collins
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Level 26
Jun 7, 2022
May not have been fun to make but it was fun to take!
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Level 58
Jun 7, 2022
Thanks, I was pleasantly surprised at the variety of cities!
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Level 75
Jun 8, 2022
Spotlighted!! Super cool concept that really renews the same old population quiz format.
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Level 58
Jun 8, 2022
Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it!
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Level 83
Jun 13, 2022
Not too surprising about Lubbock. It has a relatively high elevation.