The Richter magnitude, R, of an earthquarge is given by, R=0.67log(0.37E)+1.46 where E is the energy in kW X h released by the earthquake. Show that E=2.7 X 10 ^(R-1.46)/0.67
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Originally Posted by mathhtam The Richter magnitude, R, of an earthquarge is given by, R=0.67log(0.37E)+1.46 where E is the energy in kW X h released by the earthquake. Show that E=2.7 X 10 ^(R-1.46)/0.67 You have: so rearrange so that the is on one side and everything else on the other: By definition if then , so: and you should be able to finish it yourself from there. CB
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