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A 90-dB sound is absorbed by an eardrum 0.6 cm in diameter for 2hr. How much...

A 90-dB sound is absorbed by an eardrum 0.6 cm in diameter for 2hr. How much energy in joules does the eardrum absorb in that time?

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