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    N (t) = Noe^-t/T

    Rather than type I've got a scanned copy...

    http://i.imgur.com/emZ8K.jpg

    Only want a kickstart - I want to figure this out myself. Where should I start?


    Thanking in advance.
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    The questions are pretty self-explanatory. What exactly don't you understand?
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    For a) would that simply be substituting T in?

    What technology do I use? Assuming a graphics calculator - how would I go about that?

    And is No = 1 million?
    edit: So there for N1,000,000?

    Thanks sorry - I'm not to crash hot on this topic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LarryLegit View Post
    For a) would that simply be substituting T in?

    What technology do I use? Assuming a graphics calculator - how would I go about that?

    And is No = 1 million?
    edit: So there for N1,000,000?

    Thanks sorry - I'm not to crash hot on this topic.
    This looks like an assessment that counts towards your final grade. See rule #6: http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...ng-151418.html.

    The above suggests you need to see your teacher for one-on-one help.

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