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According to a law discovered by the 19th-century physician Jean Louis Marie Poiseuille, the velocity (in centimeters/second) of blood r cm from the

According to a law discovered by the 19th-century physician Jean Louis Marie Poiseuille, the velocity (in centimeters/second) of blood r cm from the central axis of an artery is given by the following equation, where k is a constant and R is the radius of the artery. How many centimeters from the central axis of the artery is velocity of blood maximized?

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