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Figure 8. Level distribution of background noise from Location 5, RHIB/FRC, shown as proportion of noise intervals (left axis) and cumulative proportion of noise intervals (right axis). Individual points on the cumulative noise distribution correspond to the proportion of noise intervals during which individuals with normal hearing are expected to achieve the levels of intelligibility indicated on the graph by each point. Model parameters used to predict intelligibility: conversational speech, 1 meter distance, no repetition.

Figure 8. Level distribution of background noise from Location 5, RHIB/FRC, shown as proportion of
noise intervals (left axis) and cumulative proportion of noise intervals (right axis). Individual points on
the cumulative noise distribution correspond to the proportion of noise intervals during which
individuals with normal hearing are expected to achieve the levels of intelligibility indicated on the
graph by each point. Model parameters used to predict intelligibility: conversational speech, 1 meter
distance, no repetition.