How Many Decibels Is a Lawn Mower?

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A lawn mower is about 100 decibels at a distance of a few feet. Decibels are a relative measurement; this figure of 100 decibels means that a lawn mower is sixteen times louder than something 60 decibels, for instance. The decibels of a noise also vary based on the listener's distance from the source of the sound.
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