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Discussion Forum : General Science - Measurements (Q.No. 1)
1.
What is the unit for measuring the amplitude of a sound?
Decibel
Coulomb
Hum
Cycles
Answer: Option
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Discussion:
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Ganapathi said:   9 years ago
Because unit of weaves (even sound or light) is measure in frequency, so unit of sound is decibels and also for amplitude.

Vishnu sharma said:   6 years ago
Because unit of weaves (even sound or light) is measure in frequency, so unit of sound is decibels and also for amplitude.
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Mgkr said:   1 decade ago
Pitch or frequency of sound measured with cycles/sec or hertz.

Where as amplitude is measured with decibels (dB).
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Pra said:   8 months ago
Sound waves are measured in decibels (db) whereas light waves are measured in frequency.
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Surya dev said:   6 years ago
From my point of view, the decibel is an unit of intensity of sound.
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Padma m said:   1 decade ago
Because its given by the scientist. Which is universal accepted.
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Pavithra said:   8 years ago
@Arvind C Shah.

AUM stands for Arbitary Unit of Mass.

Balasaheb said:   1 decade ago
Becuase amplitude of sound always measured in Db unit
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Vikrant said:   5 years ago
Intensity of sound measured in decibel not amplitude.
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Ayush said:   4 years ago
The amplitude of sound is measured in decibels unit.
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