Algebra 2

The loudness L of sound in decibels is given by L= 10log (l/lo) where l is the intensity of sound and lo is the intensity of the least audible sound. If lo= 10^-12 w/m^2, about how many times more intense is a 108 decibel sound than a 100 decibel sound?

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