The half-life of Molybdenum-93 is 4000 years. A sample of Molybdenum-93 has a mass of 10 mg. When will the mass be reduced to 1 mg?

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The half-life of Molybdenum-93 is 4000 years. A sample of Molybdenum-93 has a mass of 10 mg. When will the mass be reduced to 1 mg?

Image Source: Virtual museum of chemical elements.

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A corner point makes angles θ_{1} and θ_{2} with the ends of a straight wire carrying current I. The distance of the point from the wire is a. What is the

magnetic field at the point?

A boy stands on a shore and pulls a rope connected to a boat. The velocity of the rope v_{r} is constant. Prove that the closer the boat to the shore, the faster it moves.

A vertical container (right rectangular prism) with base area measuring 0.15 m by 0.2 m is being filled with identical small stones, each with a volume of 2*10^{-8} m^{3} and a mass of 0.05*10^{-3} kg. Assume that the volume of the empty spaces between the stones is negligible. If the height of the stones in the container increases at the rate of 3*10^{-3} m/s, at what rate does the mass of the stones in the container increase?

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