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Posted by **Jimmy** on Saturday, November 7, 2009 at 10:48pm.

How much energy is transferred to each eardrum in one second? (Hint: It may help to asume that the speaker is on the stage located 1.0 m from the edge.)answer in J.

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**drwls**, Sunday, November 8, 2009 at 8:19amCovert 110 dB to sound wave energy per area. The ear will be 31 times farther from the speaker than the edge of the stage. This will reduce the intensity of the sound by a factor of 31^2, or about 1000. Then multiply that intensity by 1 second and the area of the eardrum.

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**a**, Tuesday, November 10, 2009 at 6:44pmI= I0*10^(L(i)/10) so..

I(stage)= 10^-12*10^(110dB/10)=.1

I(2)/I(1)=r(1)^2/r(2)^2

I(2)/.1=1^2/30^2, I(2)=.1/(30^2)=1.04*10^-4 W/m^2

Area of the ear= piD^2/4= 3.14* .0084^2/4=55.4e-9m^2

P=I*A= 1.04e-4*55.4e-9= 6.16e-9

E=P*t = 6.16e-9*1= 6.16e-9

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**k**, Thursday, February 2, 2012 at 9:16pmI hate this site

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