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The magnitude of an earthquake is measured relative to the strength of a “standard” earthquake, whose seismic waves are of size

*W*0. The magnitude,

*M*, of an earthquake with seismic waves of size

*W* is defined to be

.The value of

*M* is called the Richter scale rating of the strength of an earthquake.

How many times larger are the seismic waves of the earthquake with rating of 5.7 on the

*Richter scale*, than the seismic waves of the earthquake with a rating of 3.6 to the nearest integer.