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Posted by shanelle james on Tuesday, April 5, 2011 at 4:33pm.

Jane and Sam alternately pound a railroad spike into a tie with their hammers. The crew chief has a migraine, and notes that Jane's hammer blows cause a sound with intensity 5.0 times greater than the sound that Sam makes when he swings his hammer. What is the difference in sound level between the two sounds? in decibels?

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