1. Determine your hourly pay. For example, $14 an hour. 2. Divide hourly pay into two. In the example, $14 divided by two equals $7. 3. Add your hourly page to the figure calculated
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Multiply the hourly rate by 1.5.
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1. Divide the amount of the substance at one point in time by the amount remaining after a period of time. The formula for calculating half life is as follows: t. 1/2. = t * ln(2)
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1. Determine the starting number of bacteria, b, in your sample. The starting number can be found by multiplying the starting concentration of bacteria by the volume of the sample
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