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The Michaelis-Menten equation for the enzyme chymotrypsin is

$ v = \frac {0.14[S]}{0.015 + [S]} $

where $ v $ is the rate of an enzymatic reaction and [S] is the concentration of a substrate S. Calculate $ dv/d[S] $ and interpret it.

$v^{\prime}(S)=\frac{0.0021}{(0.015+[S])^{2}}$

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