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Problem 23 Easy Difficulty

The decibel level of an orchestra is $90 \mathrm{dB}$, and a single violin achieves a level of $70 \mathrm{dB}$. How do the intensity and volume of the sound of the full orchestra compare with those of the violin's sound?

Answer

The intensity is 100 times greater

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