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# Radioactive oxygen-15 decays at such a rate that half the atoms in a given sample decay

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Problem 34

Radioactive oxygen-15 decays at such a rate that half the atoms in a given sample decay every 2 min. If a tube containing 1000 O-15 atoms is moved at 0.80c relative to Earth for 6.67 min according to clocks on Earth, how many atoms will be left at the end of that time?

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