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toxicsugar22

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A doctor who is treated a heart patient wants to presicribe medication to lowere the patients blood pressure. The body's reaction to this medication is a function of the dose admininistered. If the patient takes x milliters of the medication, his blood pressure should decrease by r=f(x) points where f(x)=3x^2-1/3x^3 How much should the patients blood pressure drop if he takes 2 milliieters of medication which i got 9.333 What is the maximum drop in blood pressure that can be achieved with this medication ?

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  1. anonymous
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    I already answered this one

  2. anonymous
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    Did you have another question about this?

  3. toxicsugar22
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    um yes

  4. toxicsugar22
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    There may be risks associated with a large change in blood pressure. How many milliters of the medication should be administred to produce half the maximum possible drop in blood pressure

  5. anonymous
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    X is 1-.577. Put that value in the original equation and solve.

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