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selfconfidence777
 one year ago
B. After singing for a few, the soloist rejoins the choir. A second choir, consisting of 90 people, joins the smaller choir. Each group of 10 singers sing with the same intensity as the first 10 singers. Now how many more dB of sound are being produced? Show work.
C. A few weeks later, you attend a rock concert at which the band plays at 120dB. How many times more intense is the rock concert than the choir concert?
selfconfidence777
 one year ago
B. After singing for a few, the soloist rejoins the choir. A second choir, consisting of 90 people, joins the smaller choir. Each group of 10 singers sing with the same intensity as the first 10 singers. Now how many more dB of sound are being produced? Show work. C. A few weeks later, you attend a rock concert at which the band plays at 120dB. How many times more intense is the rock concert than the choir concert?

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 one year ago
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 one year ago
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