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Surface temperatures of -40C and +40C are not unheard of in habitable areas on Earth. That's a variation of over 30% in density (for a given barometric pressure).

Does that mean that for the same event (dropping something) or the same setting on a volume control, the sound level one hears can vary by 30% over this temperature range?


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