Concentration of a Dreg in the Bloodstream The concentration of a certain drag in a patient’s bloodstream t hr after injection is given by
mg/cm3. Evaluate and interpret your result.
To evaluate: The value of and interpret the result.
The given function is,
As x approaches infinity, the limit of numerator and denominator of the function do not exist.
To evaluate , divide numerator and denominator of the given function by and simplify it.
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