All living things contain a small amount of carbon- 14, which is radioactive and decays. The half-life of carbon-14 is 5,600 years. During the lifetime of an organism, the carbon- 14 is replenished, but after its death the carbon- 14 begins to disappear. By measuring the amount left, the age of the organism can be determined with surprising accuracy. The line graph below shows the fraction of carbon- 14 remaining after the death of an organism. Use the line graph to complete the table.

$$\begin{array}{|cc|}

\hline \text { Colicenticlion of cellionsits } \\

\hline \begin{array}{c}

\text { Nears firce braitin } \\

\text { of oxeulsin }

\end{array} & \begin{array}{c}

\text { Rectron os cellivisite } \\

\text { ifeuctifitio }

\end{array} \\

\hline & 1 \\

\hline 11,200 & \frac{1}{2} \\

\hline 16,800 & \\

\hline & \frac{1}{16} \\

\hline

\end{array}$$

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