CHemistry
posted by Devin BOutte on .
Given that the half life of c 14 is 5,700 ,use the method c 14 dating to determine the age of a fossil if it has 25% of c 14 compared to living specimen.

k = 0.693/t_{1/2}
Calculate k and substitute into the following:
ln(No/N) = kt.
Use No = 100
N = 25
k from above.
Solve for t. I estimated about 11,000 years but you need to calculate it more accurately and remember the number of significant figures. 
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