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Hi
Radioactive decay 
A radioactive nuclide has a decay constant of  10^6 s1 what is its half life ?
I have come up with
is IN (2) / 0.000001 s1 = 693147.18055
which i am having troube working into real figures
Can anyone help please .. thanks
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