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Carbon-14 forms nitrogen-14 by a. alpha decay. b. beta decay. c. gamma decay. d. none of the above
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User: Carbon-14 forms nitrogen-14 by a. alpha decay. b. beta decay. c. gamma decay. d. none of the above

Weegy: Carbon-14 forms nitrogen-14 by beta decay.
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User: which of the following statements is NOT true? a. you are exposed to nuclear radiation every day. b. most of the nuclear radiation you are exposed to occurs naturally in the environment. c. naturally occurring nuclear radiation is called background radiation. d. all natural radiation is at a level low enough to be safe.

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All natural radiation is at a level low enough to be safe. -is NOT true.

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