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Consider the radioactive decay formula A=Aoe^-kt where a is the amount of radium remaining at the time t. Ao is the amount present initially
Consider the radioactive decay formula A=Aoe^-kt where a is the amount of radium remaining at the time t. Ao is the amount present initially and k is decay constant. After How many years would 10 grams of radium decay so that only 8 grams remain? The half
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The formula db=20logS-26 approximately describes the relationship between of a sound in micropascals S and its reading on the decibel scale
The formula db=20logS-26 approximately describes the relationship between of a sound in micropascals S and its reading on the decibel scale DB. if a bird singing produces a sound reading of about 400 uPa, and a jumbo jet produces a reading of 100 Pa, use
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Log 5/36 - log 5/9
Prove that Log 5/36 - log 5/9 = -log 4
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Aug 24, 2015