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Question

A person's systolic blood pressure, which is measu...

A person's systolic blood pressure, which is measured in millimeters of mercuny (mm Hgi, deperids an a person's age, in years. The equation: \(P = 0.007 y ^ { 2 } - 0.01 y + 121\)

gives a person's blood pressure, P, at age \( y \) years. 

 

 If a person's systolic pressure is \( 133.51 mm Hg \) , what is their age (rounded to the nearest whole year)?  

Answer

43 

Solution
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