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A radioactive substance decays in such a way that the amount of mass remaining after t days is given by the function m(t) = 13e^-0.011twhere m(t) is measured in kilograms.(a) How much of the mass remains after 44 days? (Round your answer to one decimal place.)

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A radioactive substance decays in such a way that the amount of mass remaining after t days is given by the function 

m(t) = 13e^-0.011t

where m(t) is measured in kilograms.

(a) How much of the mass remains after 44 days? (Round your answer to one decimal place.)

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The amount of mass of the radioactive substance remaining after t days is given by the function:

For 44 days, t = 44

Plugging the...

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