The concentration of a drug administered to a patient, , can be modeled by the equation o(t) = 6(0,93)’, where


The concentration of a drug administered to a patient, , can be modeled by the equation o(t) = 6(0,93)’, where t is the time, in hours, since the drug is administered.
Time Chours) OT
Concentration 686,169 4.5264.48841743.882
Il a doctor graphische function correctly, which statement about the end behavior of the graph is true?
When t > 100, as increases, approaches,
When > 100, as I increases, c) approaches 6.
Whent > 100, as I increases, (i) decreases and becomes increasingly negative
When t > 100, as I increases, C increases and becomes increasingly positive


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