Question: During practice in a huddle a quarterback shouts the play

During practice in a huddle, a quarterback shouts the play in anticipation of crowd noise during the actual game. To a receiver 0.750 m away from the quarterback in the huddle, it seems as loud as the noise from a screaming child. When they get into practice formation, the quarterback yells at twice the output power, yet the instructions seem only about as loud as normal conversation. Use typical values in Table 14.2 to estimate how far from the quarterback the receiver is in the formation.

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