The radioactive substance Iridium-192 has a half-life of 73.83 days. How many days would it take for a sample of Iridium-192 to decay to 1% of its original amount? Round your answer to the nearest integer.

1% ==100% x 1/2^(d/73.83)

0.01 ==1 x 1/2^(d / 73.83)

d / 73.83 ==log(0.01) / log(1/2)

d / 73.83 == 6.6438561898

d ==73.83 x 6.6438561898 ==490.5159==~491 days

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