Trivia Question: What scale is used to measure the magnitude of earthquakes?
Answer: The Richter Scale
The Richter Scale measures magnitude on a scale of 1-10. However, this scale is heavily relative due to its logarithmic nature. So, a magnitude 6 earthquake is exponentially stronger than a magnitude 5 earthquake which is, in turn, exponentially stronger than a magnitude 4 earthquake.
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