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Question 5 1 point How Did 1 Do? The number of new cases during a disease outbreak usually increases at first and decreases later on. A function that describes this behaviour is h(t) 5te4, where h(t) is the number of new cases per 1000 people at time t measured in days since the beginning of the outbreak. Notice that this is the rate of change of the function N(t)-the total number of cases per 1000 people. a) At which time does the number of new cases per 1000 people peak? Number b) How many cases in total have we had in the first 10 days of the disease outbreak (i.e. until t-10)? Give your answer with an accuracy of two decimal places. Answer: Number c) Find the function that describes the total number of cases in the first T days of the disease outbreak. N(T) d) How many cases will there be in total after a very long time (i.e. as T goes to infinity)? Answer: Number

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