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A sample of rock is found to contain 200 grams of a parent isotope. How many grams of the parent isotope will remain after one half-life
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*HALF* life. HALF. H.A.L.F. \[\Large \textbf{HALF}. \] huge clue. And @mathslover, that's too flashy ;P
:) The LaTeX used by me doesn't slow down the page and also the welcome to OS latex I used is taken from the hartnn's post.
I would say a Half Life of 3 but Valve is too stubborn for that!