@Viraam_Rao bro as such this question can be solved without using that , between how by probability can u tell , lol why 80 @Yash_Srivastava2 bro
No bro. I was just guessing if there's any use cuz the silly way to do it is say it become 1/8 = 1.25 but nuclei cant be fractional so I thought maybe we have to judge by probability of decay at each step.
This came in exam , and option were 1.25, 2, will not now tell the last two options . @Viraam_Rao bro I think that is not needed bro
Is it 2?
Will the hint completely reveal the answer? If yes then don't give.
Nope @Viraam_Rao bro . should I give hint ?? Yeah correct bro hint will seriously lead to answer
No hints please @Azimuddin_Sheikh
I bet Maximum students marked 1.25😅
Which exam did it come in?
I will not bro, it came in my mock test for jee mains
Is it 0 or 1?
I can just tell u all that u all r close to answer . I think I did wrong by giving this hint is this a falsidical ,or antinomy,or veridical don't know
Which question @Azimuddin_Sheikh
Did u mark correct ans in exam??? @Azimuddin_Sheikh
Yes because options told us the answer @Yash_Srivastava2 bro, see post #939 @Satyendra_Srivastva bro
Are the nuclei radioactive or not
Lol I made this a riddle
That’s what bro. It’s tricky.
Why is it coming 1.25 (fraction)
Not sure but I think half life and radioactivity which we study in general is based on assumption of large no of nuclei.
Is this asking the number of undecayed nuclei?
Or something else
Because if it's undecayed then definitely N/8
Awesome @Ayan_Agrawal !!!!!!!!!
Alpha beta gama decay se toh ni hai na kuch?
Didn't know this , nice.
But where did you read this bro? Ncert has no mention