Karan Patel, ID # 588379
Hirvi Dalal, ID # 597367
Christopher Varghese, ID # 592957
Lab/Equation: 1
Mathematical Analysis Lab , MA 102, Edward Reimers
Problem 1/Equation 1:
m(t)=(12000/(1+3e^0.035t)
a. Initial amount of medicine is 3000 mcg
b. At t=2 hour
Name 1
Name 2
Name 3
Rushabh D. Lagdiwala ID#: 0621704
Ian Mitchell
ID#: 0548047
Adam Reed
ID#: 0618805
Values
A
B
6
5
negative b
-5
b
5
n
100
delta x
0.1
Function f(x)=1728/(x^2+144)
x
delta x
f(x)
Area
-5
0.1 10.16568 1.016568
-4.9
0.1 10.22558 1.022558
Name 1
Name 2
Name 3
Rushabh D. Lagdiwala
Ian Mitchell
Adam Reed
Values
A
B
C
7
2
7
ID#: 0621704
ID#: 0548047
ID#: 0618805
Problem 1
Function:
A:
B:
C:
M(t)=(Ct+A*1000)/(B(t2+1)
7
2
7
Part A
Find M(0)
3500
a. Initial amount of medicine is 3000 mcg
Part B
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