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Q: What is the magnitude estimate of 0.3?

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Apparently a magnitude estimate is just a estimate just closer to the actual answer.

Their magnitude is ten thousands.

OOM (Order of magnitude) estimate

1000

To estimate the magnitude or amount of damage it could cause to infrastructure and environment.

900 is an estimate. But why would you want to estimate such a simple calculation?

It is a bit confusing. An order of magnitude is a factor of 10, but an order of magnitude estimate is more like a factor of 3, or the square root of 10. In some cases it is simply a "ball park" estimate. For example if a company give an order of magnitude estimate for a major construction project of 10,000,000 dollars, it could be anywhere from 3 million to 30 million, but usually it means roughly 10,000,000, give or take a few million.

magnitude is determined by the estimate of the total amount of energy released during fault ruptures

The moment magnitude scale measures the energy released by the earthquake.

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18.9/7

72

2.4*63

1903.20

It is a million.

Ignore the remainder: after all, it is only meant to be an estimate - not an exact answer!

1.307

Yes.

292

It is tens of thousands.

Tens of thousands.

The moment magnitude scale is used to measure the magnitude of large earthquakes. The Richter scale is still used to make an initial estimate of the magnitude of larger earthquakes and to measure small and moderate ones (those with a magnitude below 7).

The moment magnitude scale is used by geophysicists / seismologists to measure the magnitude of large earthquakes. The Richter scale is still used to make an estimate of the magnitude of large earthquakes and to derive the magnitude of medium and small earthquakes (those with a magnitude less than 7).

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