Concentration+of+Medication+in+the+Bloodstream+-+Parallel+Experience

Concentration+of+Medication+in+the+Bloodstream+-+Parallel+Experience

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Released CAPT item from 1995 The effect of certain pain-killing medications can be described by mathematical formulas. Doctors often use the formulas and their graphs to show how the concentration of medication in the bloodstream changes as time passes. This information can be used to decide when additional doses should be given. In the formulas represented in questions 1 through 5, t represents the time in hours since the medication was given, and C represents the concentration of the medication in milligrams per liter of blood. 1. Graphing the Concentration The concentration formula for one of these medications is shown below: C = 2t t 3 +1 Use the formula to find the missing concentration in the table provided below. Round your answer to the nearest tenth and enter it into the table. Then plot the points and sketch the graph on the grid that is provided below. t
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