Yes, of course.
small stadiums are around 20,000 while larger stadiums can house 40,000
Refer to link posted :60,000 - 80,000
Larger magnetic fields.
There are oil fields in many countries around the world. Some of the larger oil fields are found in Russia, Mexico, Brazil, Kazakhstan, and Venezuela. Oil fields are also found in the Middle East in countries such as Kuwait, Iran, and Saudi Arabia.
The pitch would be a standard size, but stadiums vary considerably in size so there is no single answer to that. Some stadiums are much larger than others. Some would include other facilities which make them larger, like a running track. Some of them have higher levels of stands with lots of tiers, some may only have standing room and no covered areas at all. So there is such a variety, that it is impossible to answer the question.
That country should have qualified for a world cup, and you must have big stadiums or you will have tobuild new or develop the old one larger.
Yes, if the objects are side by side or at least in identical gravitational fields.
By increasing the size of fields there is less wated space therefor more crop is harvested and it is more efficient use of the land Bigger fields are more efficient to care for. You spend less time moving the tractors and harvesters around, and more time working the soil.
Baseball: Smaller ball, larger bats, elevated mounds, grass infields, longer distances between bases/mound, overhand pitching, larger fields, and more innings in a game.
First I would check your local community college for nursing courses. Or see if larger schools in your area have degrees in nursing or related fields.