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### What db has no sound?

dB is a logarithmic scale, so the answer, basically, is negative infinity. dB is a logarithmic scale, so the answer, basically, is negative infinity. dB is a logarithmic scale, so the answer, basically, is negative infinity. dB is a logarithmic… Full Answer

### Advantages of logarithmic scale over the linear scale?

Logarithmic will give a more define shape of the graph

### What does Richter scale measured in?

logarithmic scale

### What scale is the Richter scale based on?

It is based on logarithmic scale.

### What type of scale does a Richter scale use?

a logarithmic scale

### What are some common logarithmic scales?

The Decibal scale for sound measurement is an example of a logarithmic scale. The Richter scale, the pH scale, the magnitude scale for stars, the multiplicative scales on a slide rule

### An earthquake that measures 4 on the Richter scale would be how many times stronger than an earthquake that measured 2?

100 times stronger. It is a logarithmic scale: every point on the Richter Scale indicates an increase by a factor of 10.

### What scale does the decibel go up in?

It's a logarithmic scale.

### How do you make an excel graph with a semi-logarithmic scale?

Double click the y-axis, then from the Scale tab select 'Logarithmic scale' To create custom "gridlines" see Flexible Log Scale

### Why is a logarithmic scale used for antibody concentration?

From a math point of view, a logarithmic scale is used when there is a great range of values. Common example are the Ph scale for acidity, decibels for noise, and the Richter scale for earthquakes.

### Is the pH scale linear?

No, the pH scale ranges from 0-14 and is considered a logarithmic scale.

### How is intensity or energy of earthquakes measured?

Using the Richter scale, a logarithmic scale.

### Why do scientists say the magnitude is measured on a logarithmic scale?

it isn't it is on the Richter scale

### What is log log scale?

A log-log scale is a set of axes where each axis is logarithmic in scale.

### How do you make an excel graph with a logarithmic scale?

first make your graph with all the points and then once you've done that and you have your graph... double click on one of the scale values on either the x or y axis, look for the 'scale' tab and… Full Answer

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### Why the semi log was in linear?

Semilog (applied to a graph) means that one scale is logarithmic, the other not. The prefix "semi-" means "half" or "partially". The scale that is not logarithmic is, of course, linear.

### What are the differences between rossi-forel and ritcher scale?

the richter scale is logarithmic

### What separates the scale into equal parts?

Equally spaced subdivisions. However, a scale need not be divided into equal parts. For example, the logarithmic scale which, among other things, is used to measure the volume of sound - in decibels. The musical scale is approximately logarithmic.

### What is fullform of pH?

It's the amount of hydrogen ions. (P)otential of (H)ydrogen its a log based scale, a logarithmic scale earthquakes are logarithmic, so is sound pressure(decibles)

### When would you not use logarithmic scale?

When dealing with farm animals

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### What is a real world use of a logarithmic scale?

One of them is measuring earthquakes.

### What do you mean by loudness of sound?

We use a logarithmic scale when there is a wide range of values, and when a change in a value depends not on the absolute size of the change but on proportion to the value itself. Adding 1 to a… Full Answer

### How is each step on the pH scale different?

The pH scale is logarithmic; the difference between two units is x10.

### Which Chang Shows A tenfold increase in concentration of H ions?

The pH scale, which is logarithmic, shows this. pH 2------> pH 1

### What type of scale is the decibel scale?

The decibel scale is a logarithmic scale. Scroll down to related links and look at "Decibel - Wikipedia" and "Sound level meter - Wikipedia".

### How is pH scale applied to logarithmic equation?

It isn't. It is how acidic or basic a substance is.

### What graph has equal intervals?

A linear graph. As opposed to a logarithmic scale graph.

### Why is ohms scale of analog multimeter considered linear?

It isn't linear The meter deflection is linear but the marked scale is logarithmic.

### What is the richert scale?

A logarithmic scale of 1 to 10 formerly used to express the magnitude of an earthquake on the basis of the size of seismograph oscillations

### how does the pH scale is a mathematical indicator of?

The pH is a measure of the activity of the ion H+ (the negative logarithm in base 10); the scale is logarithmic.

### What are the features of the pH scale?

The neutral point is at 7; under 7 is acidic, over 7 is basic. The pH scale is logarithmic.