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www.math.arizona.edu/~cjewell/120/homework/expgrowth.pdf

the continuous growth (or decay) rate. In the form P(t) = P0bt, the growth rate is r = b − 1. The constant b is sometimes called the growth factor. The growth rate ...

mathbitsnotebook.com/Algebra2/Exponential/EXGrowthDecay.html

You will notice that in these new growth and decay functions, the b value (growth factor) has been replaced either by (1 + r) or by (1 - r). The growth "rate" (r) is&nbs...

sorption, volatilization; radioactive decay; and chemical or attenuation rate constant calculations in monitored natural biological stabilization, transformation, or ...

www2.math.upenn.edu/~deturck/m170/c14/carbdate.html

To find the percent of Carbon 14 remaining after a given number of years, type in the number of years and click on Calculate. Years, C 14 halflife = 5730. Carbon ...

www-naweb.iaea.org/napc/ih/documents/global_cycle/vol%20I/cht_i_06.pdf

The radioactivity or decay rate is defined as the number of disintegrations per unit ... concentration of the radioactive nuclide, we will calculate the specific tritium ...

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The radioactive SI unit is Becker (Bq), which is defined as a decay rate (DPS) per second. Another Curie (CI) can be defined as a 3.7 × 1010 dps decay rate.