A magnitude is factor of 10 An order of magnitude is a factor of "about 10". Two orders of magnitude is about 100. For example, if something is two orders of magnitude higher than 3, it would be about 300… Full Answer
That depends on the microprocessor used as well as the memory and peripherals attached. Some microcomputers have very minimal capabilities, but many microcomputers actually have several orders of magnitude more capabilities than the "supercomputers" of the 1960s and 1970s had… Full Answer
Just the list of known organisms is far beyond the capacity of this site. The total number of organisms believed to be living is a few orders of magnitude larger than the list of known organisms. The total number of… Full Answer
Those numbers are orders of magnitude on the Richter scale. The Richter magnitude scale was developed in 1935 by Charles F. Richter of the California Institute of Technology as a mathematical device to compare the size of earthquakes.
Mushroom cloud as the shape resembles an ever growing mushroom. Note that this cloud is in no way unique to nuclear explosions, it is produced by all explosions. The degree and duration of the phenomena is directly proportional to yield… Full Answer