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Morphine is administered to a patient intravenously at a rate of 2.5 mg per hour. About 34.7% of the morphine is metabolized and leaves the body each hour. Write a differential equation for the amount of morphine, M, in milligrams, in the body as a function of time, t, in hours.

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