Hi, I need help with problem #13 please, particularly part b and c. , Find an upper bound for 12. 2 5 sinGr3) dx -2 e o...
, Find an upper bound for 12. 2 5 sinGr3) dx -2 e of infection of a disease in a population of 10,000 is given by the function R(t) 10,000 te people per month 13. The rate infec where t is the time in months since the disease broke out. a. Use technology to plot R(t). Why is this a rea- sonable description of a disease spreading in a population? b. Compute the number of people infected by the disease by time T. c. Use technology to approximate the time when 50% of the population have the disease. 4. In a wild week of temperature fluctuations, the tem- perature in Corvallis, Oregon, is given by T(t) 75 + t cos(2rt)° P TS
, Find an upper bound for 12. 2 5 sinGr3) dx -2 e of infection of a disease in a population of 10,000 is given by the function R(t) 10,000 te people per month 13. The rate infec where t is the time in months since the disease broke out. a. Use technology to plot R(t). Why is this a rea- sonable description of a disease spreading in a population? b. Compute the number of people infected by the disease by time T. c. Use technology to approximate the time when 50% of the population have the disease. 4. In a wild week of temperature fluctuations, the tem- perature in Corvallis, Oregon, is given by T(t) 75 + t cos(2rt)° P TS