dC/dt=-kC+D(t) is the rate of change in the concentration of a drub w respect to time in a user's blood.D(t) is the dosage at time t, k is the rate that the drug leaves the blood stream. Solve this linear equation to show that if C(8)=0 then C(t)=e^(-kt).[integrals from 0 to t]e^(ky)D(y)dy.(Hint:integrate both sides of the equation after multiplying by I(x) on both sides from 0 to t, and change the variable of the integration to y)

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Sorry, it's actually C(0)= 0 :D Tks in advance :D

define D(t) unless u can't solve...

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