## How will you represent steady state condition mathematically?

a 1 = D f + D b + ( P f + P b ) ∕ 2 + 2 k 1 k 1 , a 0 = − P f + 2 D b k 1 . This system has multiple real steady states if and only if s1 = s2, namely, d = 0. Due to the complexity of the formula, the explicit forms of the conditions under which the system has a unique real steady state are difficult to obtain.

**How do you determine if a steady state is stable?**

stable: if we start close to the steady state, the system converges to that steady state unstable: if we start close to the steady state, the system diverges from that steady state Bifurcation: the number or stability of steady states (or periodic solutions) changes as a parameter varies.

### How do you calculate steady state?

– Heart rate zone 1: 50–60% of HRmax. This is the very low intensity zone. – Heart rate zone 2: 60–70% of HRmax. – Heart rate zone 3: 70–80% of HRmax. – Heart rate zone 4: 80–90% of HRmax. – Heart rate zone 5: 90–100% of HRmax.

**What is steady state approximation?**

(3.6.17) k 1[E]o[S]= k − 1[E S]+k 2[E S]+k 1[E S][S]

#### What is steady state in queueing theory?

– Structured queues. – Unstructured queues. – Kiosk based queues. – Mobile Queue. – Physical barrier. – Signage and signaling systems. – Automatic queue measurement systems. – Information / customer arrival.

**How do you calculate the steady state of a drug?**

– Half life. The half-life of a drug is is the period of time required for its concentration or amount in the body to be reduced by exactly one-half. – Example 2. Drug B has a half-life of 3 hours. – 6hr = 2 half − life = 1800 ÷ 2 = 900????/?? 9hr = 3 half − life = 900 ÷ 2 = 450????/?? – 40 − 32 = 8ℎ?? = 480??????

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