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The loudness of sound is determined by its
$(a)$. amplitude of vibration
$(b)$. ratio of amplitude and frequency of vibration
$(c)$. frequency of vibration
$(d)$. product of amplitude and frequency of vibration
The loudness of sound is determined by the amplitude of its vibrations.
So, option $(a)$ is correct.
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