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your equation got lost in translation...

I m just tryin to figure out how much initial concentration of chlorine in the pool

if it aint an equation; then it ate whatever was witting there to begin with

f(t)=3(0.8)^t

A{n+1} = A{n} (.8) +C

t=1; A = 2.4
t=2; A = 1.92
t=3; A = 1.536
1.92 = 2.4(.8) + C perhaps?

C = 1.92 - (2.4*.8)
C = 1.92 - 1.92
C = 0
maybe that works out lol

C = 1.536 - (.8*1.92)
C = 1.536 - 1.536 ... seems to be good

2.4 = A{0}*.8
2.4\.8 = A{0}
A{0} = 3
the inital amount was at 3 parts per mill if i read it right

Ok so I have another quetions mathematically could the concentration ever be zero