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A surface receiving sound is moved from its original position to a position three times farther away from the source of the sound. The intensity of the received sound thus becomes A. three times as low. B. three times as high. C. nine times as high. D. nine times as low.
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User: A surface receiving sound is moved from its original position to a position three times farther away from the source of the sound. The intensity of the received sound thus becomes A. three times as low. B. three times as high. C. nine times as high. D. nine times as low.

Weegy: A surface receiving sound is moved from its original position to a position three times farther away from the source of the sound. The intensity of the received sound thus becomes NINE TIMES AS LOW. [ ]
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Weegy: Maximum interference occurs where the troughs of the two component waves are in phase, [ can accurately be said about a resultant wave that displays both reinforcement and interference. ]
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