hey can someone help me out with this question...I have an test 2mr on this time and dont have any more time to waste. So can someone please show me how to do it...so I can study of it....thanks in advance Scientist are able to determine the age of very old, naturally occuring items through the process of carbon dating. Carbon dating compares the amount of carbon-14 (C-14) that is present in an item with the amount that would be present if the item were created in the present. The half-life of C-14 is approxiamtely 6000 years. a) Suppose that a piece of wood is cut from a tree. The piece of wood contains 32g of C-14. Write an equation to determine the amount of C-14 remaining after n half-lives. b) Determine the amount of C-14 that would remain after 12000 years. c) Suppose that scientists in the future carefully examine the piece of woor and determine that it contains 2g of C-14. How far in the future has the wood survived? Explain your solution.