Solution: How many mg of Radium will be left after 100 years?

Radium decomposes at a rate proportional to the amount at any instant. In 100 years, 100 mg of radium decomposes to 96 mg. How many mg will be left after 100 years?

How many mg of Radium  will be left after 100 years?

Problem Statement: EE Board April 1997

Radium decomposes at a rate proportional to the amount at any instant. In 100 years, 100 mg of radium decomposes to 96 mg. How many mg will be left after 100 years?

Problem Answer:

After 100 years, 92.16 mg of Radium will be left.

Solution:

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