# 70. Radioactive Decay Let Q represent a mass ofcarbon 14 (1"C) (in grams), whose half-life is 5715 years.The quantity of carbon 14 present after t years isQ = 10(4)/s71s(a) Determine the initial quantity (when t = 0).(b) Determine the quantity present after 2000 years.(c) Sketch the graph of this function over the intervalt = 0 to t = 10,000.

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only part (c.)  the graphing problem help_outlineImage Transcriptionclose70. Radioactive Decay Let Q represent a mass of carbon 14 (1"C) (in grams), whose half-life is 5715 years. The quantity of carbon 14 present after t years is Q = 10(4)/s71s (a) Determine the initial quantity (when t = 0). (b) Determine the quantity present after 2000 years. (c) Sketch the graph of this function over the interval t = 0 to t = 10,000. fullscreen
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