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The function A(t) = 5(0.7)^t was used to define the amount A in milliliters of a drug in the bloodstream t hours after the drug was ingested. Determine algebraically the time it will take until there is only 1mL of the drug left in the bloodstream. a. Write the equation corresponding to the problem. b. Solve for t by writing the equation in logarithmic form c. Calculate the answer
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