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Nutritional Associates of New Jersey stresses to their patients the effects of caffeine on the body. After caffeine is absorbed into the body, 13% is eliminated from the body each hour. Assume a person drinks an 8-oz cup of brewed coffee containing 130 mg of caffeine, and the caffeine is absorbed immediately into the body. Write a program to compute the following values. See figure 6.64 in the visual basic text.
a. the number of hours required until 65 mg (one-half the original amount) remain in the body.
b. The amount of caffeine in the body 24 hours after the person drinks the coffee.
c. Suppose? the person drinks a cup of coffee at 7:00 a.m. and then drinks a cup of coffee at the end of each hour until 7:00 a.m. the next day. How much caffeine will be in the body at the end of the 24 hours?
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