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Asked Feb 12, 2020
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Im so confused on this, I really don't know where to go from here. I got t= exp/r for my equation, but what do i do from there??? Please help !

2. Let's say we know the exposure someone came in
contact with (exp) and the exposure rate (r) of the
source. We are interested in finding how long the
technologist was standing next to the source.
a. One option would be to solve the original
formula (highlighted) for the quantity we seek, in
this case t. Solve the formula rt = exp for t.
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2. Let's say we know the exposure someone came in contact with (exp) and the exposure rate (r) of the source. We are interested in finding how long the technologist was standing next to the source. a. One option would be to solve the original formula (highlighted) for the quantity we seek, in this case t. Solve the formula rt = exp for t.

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Given, exposure (exp) and the exposure rate (r)

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