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    Formula for Measuring Sound and Loudness

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    The loudness of sound is based on intensity level measured in decibels using a logarithmic scale and is relative to (a ratio of) the weakest sound the ear can hear.

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    Sound is measured by sound intensity, which is defined as the sound power per unit area. The usual context is the measurement of sound intensity in the air at a ...

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    The formula for measuring sound is discussed. Links are included in the explanation.

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