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HELP NEEDED! No one else will help...... The photic zone describes the region in which microscopic plant life receive enough light to survive. The photic zone goes to a depth where about 1% of the surface light still remains. Find the depth of the photic zone if the intensity of light (L) at a depth (d) in meters is given by L=L0e^(-0.028d), where L0 is the intensity of surface light. You may use the graphing part of your calculator for this question. Possible answers are: a. 124 m b. 134 m c. 144 m d. 154 m e. 164 m

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