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# The function q(t)=qe^-kt may be used to model radioactive decay. q represents the quantity remaining after t years; k is the decay constant, 0.00011. how long, in years, will it take for a quantity of plutonium-240 to decay to 25% of it's original amount?   ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 20.06.2019 18:04, sunflowergirl6664
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