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What is the figure that gives the half-life of the isotope in minutes to 4 significant figures?
Exponential regression on a set of data, which gives the amount of atoms of a radioactive isotope remaining after a time X minutes, produced the following output.

y = a*b^x
a = 10001
b = 0.90002

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