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The magnitude, m, of an earthquake is defined to be m=log i/s, where i is...

The magnitude, m, of an earthquake is defined to be m=log i/s, where i is the intensity of the earthquake (measured by the amplitude of the seismograph wave) and s is the intensity of a “standard” earthquake, which is barely detectable. what is the magnitude of an earthquake that is 35 times more intense than a standard earthquake? use a calculator. round your answer to the nearest tenth.

–1.5?
–0.5?
1.5?
3.6?
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