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The loudness of sound can be measured in decibels. Do you think loudness is a vector or not? Can you explain why or why not.

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    how do I draw Isomers for octane

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    If two skydivers are the same distance from the ground, the one with the greater mass will have greater aeilnoptt energy?

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    uh... that depends on the height of which they were fallin because you have to think about the maximum speed and velocity. hope that helped.

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    No, loudness has no direction

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    no, a vector has magnitude and direction while sound intensity just has magnitude..

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