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A Decibel meter reads 140 dB for a sound source at 20''c at 60 % relative humidity.
It also records sound pressure for 140 dB as 200 pascals
what will it read( decibel meter) at 40''c at 86 % humidity for same sound having sound pressure 200 pascals ?
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