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CalculusApplied CalculusCarbon Dating A fossil contains 4.06 grams of carbon 14. It is estimated that the fossil originally contained 46 grams of carbon 14. By calculating the amount left after 5,000 years, 10,000 years, …, 35,000 years, estimate the age of the sample to the nearest 5,000 years. (Refer to the formula for C ( t ) in Example 7.)BuyFind*launch*

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**Carbon Dating** A fossil contains 4.06 grams of carbon 14. It is estimated that the fossil originally contained 46 grams of carbon 14. By calculating the amount left after 5,000 years, 10,000 years, …, 35,000 years, estimate the age of the sample to the nearest 5,000 years. (Refer to the formula for

Applied Calculus

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