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The lecture Mathematics in Medicine: Exercise 3 by Batool Akmal is from the course Calculation Methods: Exercises.
Pressure exerted on the walls of arteries for a specific patient is given by the equation p(t) = 85 + 14sin (2πt). What is the derivative of p with respect to t?
Pressure exerted on the walls of arteries for a specific patient is modeled as p(t) = 85 + 14sin (2πt), where t is time in seconds. What is the time t which the pressure p(t) is at its maximum?
Pressure exerted on the walls of arteries for a specific patient is modeled as p(t) = 85 + 14sin(2πt), where t is time in seconds. What is the maximum value of pressure?
Pressure exerted on the walls of arteries for a specific patient is modeled as p(t) = 85 + 14sin(2πt), where t is time in seconds. What is the time t which the pressure p(t) is at its minimum ?
Pressure exerted on the walls of arteries for a specific patient is modeled as p(t) = 85 + 14sin(2πt), where t is time in seconds. What is the minimum value of pressure?
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