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Mathematics, 12.11.2019 09:31, jahnoibenjamin

For a certain font, the scale factor is 1.125 and one of the scale sizes is 1.266. what is the next larger scale size? enter your answer as a decimal in the box. round only your final answer to the thousandth.

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