2. Speaker A is playing a sound with double the intensity of Speaker B. How muchlouder is Speaker A than Speaker B?3. Speaker A is playing a sound with a quarter of the amplitude of Speaker B. Howmuch louder is Speaker A than Speaker B?5. What is the impedance of a wave with a speed of 243m/s and a density of 3.2 kg/m3.

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2. Speaker A is playing a sound with double the intensity of Speaker B. How much
louder is Speaker A than Speaker B?
3. Speaker A is playing a sound with a quarter of the amplitude of Speaker B. How
much louder is Speaker A than Speaker B?
5. What is the impedance of a wave with a speed of 243m/s and a density of 3.2 kg/m3.
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2. Speaker A is playing a sound with double the intensity of Speaker B. How much louder is Speaker A than Speaker B? 3. Speaker A is playing a sound with a quarter of the amplitude of Speaker B. How much louder is Speaker A than Speaker B? 5. What is the impedance of a wave with a speed of 243m/s and a density of 3.2 kg/m3.

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Loudness is related to the amplitude of the sound waves whereas intensity is the rate at which power i...

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21 = 10 log| I L2 10log I

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