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On the Richter scale for measuring earthquake strength, an earthquake

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On the Richter scale for measuring earthquake strength, an earthquake with a given reading on the scale is 10 times stronger than an earthquake with a reading of 1 less on the scale. If earthquake A measures 2 on the scale and earthquake B is 1,000 times stronger than earthquake A, how does earthquake B measure on the scale?

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B. 5
C. 7.25
D. 2(310)
E. 210 + 103

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On the Richter scale for measuring earthquake strength, an earthquake with a given reading on the scale is 10 times stronger than an earthquake with a reading of 1 less on the scale. If earthquake A measures 2 on the scale and earthquake B is 1,000 times stronger than earthquake A, how does earthquake B measure on the scale?

A. 25
B. 5
C. 7.25
D. 2(310)
E. 210 + 103


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