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Unformatted text preview: grams of a radioactive material whose halflife is 2 years, then after 2 years 10 grams of it will be left. After two halflives, that is after 4 years, 5 grams will be left. After three halflives, 2.5 grams will be left, and so on. Write a MATLAB function, called Quiz2 , that determines how many years it would take for a certain amount of radioactive material to be reduced to a level at or below a target threshold amount. Specifically, the function will input the following: 1. The starting amount of the radioactive material (in grams) 2. The length of the halflife (in years) 3. The target threshold amount of the radioactive material (in grams) and output the number of years required for the radioactive material to be reduced to an amount less than or equal to the threshold amount. You do not have to write comments in your function. Possible Points: 5...
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This homework help was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course CSE 131 taught by Professor Sticklen during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.
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