This Physics Factsheet explores the mathematical properties of radioactive decay graphs, both as graphs of "number of atoms remaining" and "activity of the sample." It examines the application of exponential equations for radioactivity and their relation to decay graphs. Additionally, it considers the link between graphs of "number of atoms remaining" and "activity of the sample." The Factsheet looks in detail at how questions examine the application and use of these graphs.

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January 2024


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