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|size of planets in order smallest to largest||0.17||0.5||3480||86|
|size of planets in order in our solar system||1.89||0.5||8687||9|
|the sizes of the planets in order||1.83||0.1||7156||100|
|sizes of planets in order mercury||1.7||0.8||3714||54|
|sizes of planets in order pluto now||0.99||0.6||6835||1|
|all planets sizes in order||1.23||0.3||3904||90|
|planets in size order smallest to largest||0.85||0.2||9934||74|
If you were to identify planets in order of their size, the largest would be: Jupiter at 142,984 km at its equator, Saturn at 120,536 km Uranus is 51,118 km Neptune 49,532 km Earth 12,756 km Venus 12,103km Mars 6,794 km Mercury 4,880kmAre all the planets the same size?
Earth and Venus are considered to be "sister planets", they are roughly the same size and will get 5 and 4 pieces of the remaining clay. The last tiny chunk should be rolled out and cut into three pieces this time. Since Mars is larger than Mercury, it will get two of the pieces, and Mercury will get the last one.