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What is the Equation for Magnitude?

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The equation that can give you either the absolute or apparent magnitude of an object is: absolute magnitude = apparent magnitude - 5log(distance) + 5. You can find more information here: http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread....
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Your question has a flaw. If you are using the Richter scale, it would be ML = log10A - log10A0(δ) and if you are using Moment magnitude, it is Mw = (2/3) log Mo - 10.7.
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To find the magnitude of force, multiply mass by acceleration. Thanks
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equations don't have magnitudes. Exactly what do you want to know? ps, x2 is NOT the same as x².
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