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Drug Levels and Difference Equations

Kathleen Acker 

November 2004, Volume 98, Issue 4, Page 266

Abstract:
Students examine details of Tylenol. Using difference equations students develop mathematical models for the amount of a drug in the body after a single dose and after multiple doses. They compare other data about the drug and create geometric growth models.

Keywords:
Article
Algebraic Patterns
Data Representation
Grades 9-12
Linear Inequalities
Teacher
Lesson Plans
Modeling
Skill and Fluency
Student Work
Sequences / Series