Hint needed(and exam tomorrow). Applications of calculus in calculating medicine dose

Hello everyone!

I am doing the following question:

The rate of decrease in the concentration of the drug in the bloodstream at time t hours is proportional to the amount x (mg) in the bloodstream at that time.

a) Show that , where k is a positive constant and is the size of the dose.

Ok, I did this part.

Then comes the difficult part.

b) Show that the amount of the drug in the bloodstream will never exceed

I did this

in the beginning of T=1

the amount of drug is

in the beginning of T=2

the amount of drug is

Then I thought that this could be the sum of an infinite geometric progression. So the sum would approach the limit

, but I'm missing the T!

Where am I going wrong?