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Calculate the uranium ratios in the natural uranium decay chain using radioactive
decay relationships. Compare to the value obtained using published natural
abundances.

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What "uranium ratios" are you talking about? Each isotope of uranium has its own decay chain.

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u have no idea

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i bet terry knows it all!

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