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Whiteboard: M&M’s® Activity Directions: Type in the chart below and use the comment and mark up tools in Adobe Reader to draw the graph. Type any notes in the textbox below. This activity demonstrates exponential decay in that at any given time, there will be candies remaining. Exponential decay is the proportionality constant between the rate of radioactive nuclear decay and the number of radioactive nuclei remaining. In this experiment, the decayed M & M’s were removed and I was left with the remaining ones. This is similar to the
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