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KJ4UTS

  • one year ago

The number of milligrams of a drug initially injected into a person’s bloodstream is 6,120...

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  1. KJ4UTS
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  2. anonymous
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    so initially we have 6120mg of drugs right

  3. anonymous
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    now after one hour how much do we lose?

  4. anonymous
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    4.99% of the original right?

  5. KJ4UTS
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    So would that be 6,120*.499 = 3,053.88?

  6. anonymous
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    no. our equation we set up is this where y is now much drug is remaining and x is the number of hours gone. \[y=6120-\frac{ 4.99 }{ 100 }(6120)x\]

  7. anonymous
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    4.99% is a fraction 4.99/100

  8. KJ4UTS
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    for x at the end do I plug in 10 for the amount of hours

  9. anonymous
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    so just sub 10 into x to get how much drug is present after 10 hours

  10. KJ4UTS
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    3,066.12

  11. anonymous
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    yep

  12. KJ4UTS
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    Thank you for your time and help :)

  13. anonymous
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    do you know if its right or now?

  14. anonymous
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    not*

  15. KJ4UTS
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    What do you mean exactly that's what I got when I plugged it into the formula?

  16. anonymous
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    yes, but did u have to input your answer on a quiz? like i reckon its right but id like to know if it is right haha

  17. anonymous
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    remember to specify it to a tenth of a milligram

  18. anonymous
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    3066.1 mg

  19. KJ4UTS
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    Oh I will let you know so a tenth is .1

  20. anonymous
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    yep 3066.1 mg

  21. KJ4UTS
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    Ok really quick do you know how to sole this I have been having trouble solving daily compound?

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