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equation given: L=.87^x, which gives the percent of light that will pass through x thickness of glass (L= lumens per square meter). Suppose a light with an intensity of 1400 lumens per square meter. What is this the intensity of the light passing through 6 thicknesses of glass?

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    equation given: L=.87^x, which gives the percent of light that will pass through x thickness of glass (L= lumens per square meter). Suppose a light with an intensity of 1400 lumens per square meter. What is this the intensity of the light passing through 6 thicknesses of glass?

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