en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richter_magnitude_scale

The Richter magnitude of an earthquake is determined from the ... the empirical
function A0 depends only on the epicentral distance of ... 31.6 times the amount
of energy released, and each increase...

earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/topics/how_much_bigger.php

A magnitude 8.7 earthquake is 794 times BIGGER on a seismogram than a ... (10
**8.7)/(10**5.8) = (5.01*10**8)/(6.31*10**5) = .794*10**3 = 794 OR ... Since it is
really the energy or strength that knocks down buildings, this is really the more ...
of magnitude 5.8 to equal the energy released by one magnitude 8.7 event.

www.sms-tsunami-warning.com/pages/richter-scale

The Richter magnitude scale (often shortened to Richter scale) is the most ... That
is, the wave amplitude in a level 6 earthquake is 10 times greater than in a ... The
amount of energy released increases 31.7 times between whole number values.
... empirical function A0 depends only on the epicentral distance of the station, .

www.sosmath.com/algebra/logs/log5/log56/log56.html

In 1935 Charles Richter defined the magnitude of an earthquake to be ... The
largest had magnitude of 8.9 on the Richter scale, and the smallest had
magnitude 0. ... An earthquake of magnitude 8 is $10\times 10\times 10=1000$ ...
How many times more intense was the San Francisco earthquake described in
Example 1?

www.geo.mtu.edu/UPSeis/intensity.html

There are a number of ways to measure the magnitude of an earthquake. ... But
only the moment magnitude scale is capable of measuring M8 (read 'magnitude
8') and ... Magnitudes are based on a logarithmic scale (base 10). ... shaking as a
magnitude 4 earthquake (and 32 times as much energy would be released).

www.quora.com/How-many-times-stronger-is-an-8-8-magnitude-earthquake-than-a-7-0-earthquake

The answer depends a on what you mean by "stronger." Conrad Richter
developed the original ... How would an earthquake of magnitude 10 on the
Richter scale feel like? ... than a five, 100 times stronger than a 4, and 1000 times
stronger than a 3. ... A magnitude 8.8 releases about 500 times more energy than
a 7.0.

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The magnitude of an earthquake is related to how much energy is released ...
The intensity of an earthquake will typically measure between 2 and 10 on ... An
earthquake is measured with a wave amplitude 392 times as great as A0. ... The
dishwasher noise is how many times more intense than the hot water pump noise
?

geology.teacherfriendlyguide.org/index.php/hazards-w/hazards-earthquakes-w

The rocks then snap apart, releasing energy in the form of seismic waves (Figure
10.2). ... Although the San Francisco earthquake was quite large, most of the
damage to ... Magnitude (M) is the measure of the energy released by the
earthquake, ... a M9.0 earthquake would have 10 times the amplitude, and
release 32 times ...

study.com/academy/lesson/using-the-richter-scale-to-measure-earthquakes.html

In this video lesson, you will learn about earthquake magnitude and how it is
measured. ... An earthquake is just what it sounds like - the quaking of Earth. ...
how much the ground shook during a quake and how much energy was released
. ... so from magnitude 1 to magnitude 3, and this is 10 times more than that first
step, ...

peer.berkeley.edu/education/files/follow_up_activities/EarthquakePowerSoln.pdf

Use the Richter scale to compare the size and magnitude of earthquakes. ... In a
given year, what percentage of earthquakes measure 3.0 or greater are
moderate? ... *Earthquakes measuring less than 3.0 are not included because
approximately ... The 1920 earthquake released 32 times as much energy. 8.3.
6.7. 1.6, or 1.