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Unformatted text preview: Question 5 Your answer is CORRECT. A disease is spreading through a cit-,3.r of population M (constant-:lEtlppose that the rate at which the disease is spreading at time t. is proportional to product of the number of people who don‘t have the disease and the square root of the number of people who dig Let PH) be the number of people who have the disease at time t. Give the mathematical model {differential equation} which describes the spread of the disease. ‘“ 701—? 2 Kim“ to)? A EDD-galon tank, tartally tilIl ofoi, develops a leak at the bottom LetA{r} be the autumn ofoil inthe tank at line LEIJppose that the an'mn'n of oil is decreasing at a E Mutual to the square root of arnotmt of flilpresemmtheban‘el] 0|) ' ,— -: “kl 24 siflmnaamflmmmmagnsflmmml sail-Int J4; r13 Frlrnget ——— : .. /< /‘£ {a} Give the mummies nude] [ml-value problem) a: . 5 ’4 (b)Findtlte general solution ofthe dismal equation as). Z [A ' ; __ [<16 4' C {c} Find the partimhlr suhttbn lint satisfies the irlithlco .' ea — if +J50' C) {401500 _ Question ll] W” C o A certain radioactive material, decaying at a » a a half-life of 4 days. If a laboratory had an initial sample of lflfl grams of the material, t'md. , 14 1!, {a} The amount Mt} present at any time t. ’4 : A 0 e {b} The amount present afler 6 days. {c} The time required for the sample to lose sea of its mass. V K t I (q U j l 0 ° 6, lel .L . j i A K ( A ( 1 l l)\ ’__ lk ( 1:3 5“ 7. ”like ...
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