Christopher J. answered • 05/27/20

Berkeley Grad Math Tutor (algebra to calculus)

Taha:

Take the integral of C(t) from t =0 to t=3.

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asked • 05/26/20The concentration, C, of a drug in the blood as a function of the time, t, in hours

since the drug was administered is given by

C (t) = 15te^{(-0.2)t}

The area under the concentration curve is a measure of the overall effect of the drug

on the body, called the bioavailability. Find the bioavailability of the drug between

t = 0 and t = 3.

please write the answer with steps

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Christopher J. answered • 05/27/20

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Taha:

Take the integral of C(t) from t =0 to t=3.

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