Cobalt60 is a strong gamma emitter that has a halflife of 5.26 yr. The cobalt60 in a radiotherapy unit must be replaced when its radioactivity falls to 75% of the original sample. If an original sample was purchased in October 2005, when will it be necessary to replace the cobalt60?
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