Posted by **sara** on Saturday, June 9, 2012 at 9:30am.

For a person at rest, the function p(t) = -20 cos(300˚t) + 100 models blood pressure, in millimeters of mercury ( mm Hg), at time t seconds. What is the rate of change in blood pressure at 3 s?

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