Arturo O. answered • 10/24/17

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m(t) = 6e

^{-0.087t}You did not state the units of t. I will assume t = days.

(a)

m(0) = 6e

^{0}g = 6 g(b)

m(20) = 6e

^{-0.087(20)}g ≅ 1.053 gKy W.

asked • 10/24/17m(t) = 6e^{−0.087t}

where m(t) is measured in grams.

a) Find the initial mass (mass at time t = 0).

b) How much of the mass remains after 20 days?

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Arturo O. answered • 10/24/17

Experienced Physics Teacher for Physics Tutoring

m(t) = 6e^{-0.087t}

You did not state the units of t. I will assume t = days.

(a)

m(0) = 6e^{0} g = 6 g

(b)

m(20) = 6e^{-0.087(20)} g ≅ 1.053 g

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