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The amount of 14C in an old, isolated sample of vegetation is 0.692 that expected from a present day sample with an equivalent carbon content. Calculate the age of the old sample in years.

2. Relevant equations

Im fairly sure you use the following equation to solve this...ln(N/Nsub0)=-.693t/tsub(1/2) ...I could be wrong, because every time I attempt to use it nothing happens haha.

3. The attempt at a solution

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# Homework Help: Carbon 14 Dating

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