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The lecture Mathematics in Medicine: Exercise 1 by Batool Akmal is from the course Calculation Methods: Exercises.
Drug sensitivity for a certain drug is given by the equation R(M)=3M√(7+0.5M), where M is the dosage in mg. What is the rate of change of R with respect to M?
Drug sensitivity for a certain drug is given by the equation: R(M) = 3M √(7 + 0.5M), where M is the dosage in mg. What is the rate of change of R with respect to M at M = 20 ?
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