Chemistry
posted by John
An artifact has a carbon14 to carbon12 ratio that is onefourth the carbon14 to carbon12 ratio of a similar modern object. How old is the artifact? (The halflife of carbon14 is 5,715 years.)

DrBob222
See your post above on the wood. This is the same kind of problem.
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