How can you rearrange the given formula to correctly find y0?

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  • alex
    Lv 7
    11 months ago
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    rule

    ax = b --->x = b/a

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  • sepia
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    11 months ago

    The exponential formula for the half life of a radioactive isotope is y = y0c^ke

    where y is the amount of the isotope remaining after t years,

    y0 is the initial amount of the isotope. k is the decay constant, and e is the transcendental number approximately equal to 2,71828.

    How can you rearrange the given formula to correctly find y0?

    • sepia
      Lv 7
      11 months agoReport

      y0 = y/c^ke

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