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what is the size of Venus?

What is this asking? Volume, Mass, or diameter?

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    Venus is known as the "twin" of Earth because it is almost the same size; the diameter is about 7,520 miles.

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    The mass of Venus is about 4/5 of Earth's and the density is a little less than that of the Earth.

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