Iphoto export size

What are the actual pixel sizes of the small, medium and large iPhoto export (jpeg) options?  I have already read what the suggested purpose of each size is, but I can not find the numeric pixel size the will be exported.

It's a factor of the size of the Original image, so it depends on that.
However, in the same place in the dialogue box you can choose to export to a specific size too.

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