﻿ The intensity of a sound wave falls by 10% in travelling a distance of 1 metre in a medium. If the initial intensity of the sound wave was 100 decibels, its value after it passes through 3 metres thickness of the medium will be : Kaysons Education

# The Intensity Of A Sound Wave Falls By 10% In Travelling A Distance Of 1 Metre In A Medium. If The Initial Intensity Of The Sound Wave Was 100 Decibels, Its Value After It Passes Through 3 Metres Thickness Of The Medium Will Be

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Correct option is

72.9 dB

Given, initial intensity I = 100 dB. Since the intensity falls by 10% per metre, the final intensity after the wave has passed through 3 metres  of initial intensity = 0.729 I = 0.729 × 100 = 72.9 dB.

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