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There are 8 planets

Mercury (smaller than Earth)

Venus (smaller than Earth)

Earth

Mars (smaller than Earth)

Jupiter (bigger than Earth)

Saturn (bigger than Earth)

Uranus (bigger than Earth)

Neptune (bigger than Earth)

so 3 smaller & 4 bigger than Earth

37.5% smaller than Earth

50% bigger than Earth

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