Bite Size Practice Additional Mathematics #20 (Indices Application of Exponentials)
Another set of Questions with Answers for Indices with Differentiation in it. This A Math question is an application question about radioactive substances and has a decay rate. We can find the time for half mass and rates of change using the techniques taught here. Using differentiation, we can solve sums ob how fast the substance decreases at a particular time. First thing is to have all the information written down, then like a jigsaw puzzle, put it in its place and use algebra, indices and logarithm. For this question, we tried really hard to help by including hints to all the answers to the questions. Also, check out how the flow works in the answers given, it helps to put the workflow into perspective. Make sure you understand your Indices and Differentiation lessons before attempting this question. Enjoy!
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