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**shannon1111** Can anybody help me check out if I got the right answer? also how can I address the unit of part b!~

Thanks!!!!~

When a certain drug is injected into a muscle, the muscle responds by contracting. The amount of contraction , s(in millimeters) is related to the concentration of drug, x (in millimeters)by

s(x)= x/(m+nx) where m and n are constants.

a)Find s'(x)

S'(x)=m/((m+nx)^2)

b)Find the rate of contraction when the concentration of the drug is 50ml,m=10 and n=3

s'(50)=10/((10+30*50)^2)=3.9*10^(-4) units?

as for this one how can I address the unit of the rate of contraction?