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Homework Help: Math - Logorithms

Posted by Labz on Sunday, June 10, 2012 at 9:31pm.

The intensity, I, of light, in lumens, passing through the glass of a pair of sunglasses if given by the equation I(x) = I^o(0.8)^x, where x is the thickness of the glass, in millimeters, and I^o is the intensity of light entering the glasses. How thick should the glass be so that it will block 25% of the light entering the sunglasses?

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