# Question Suppose that the rate that people are getting infected in an outbreak of a virus is given by y = 200te-0. -0.5t where t is the amount of time passed since the start of the outbreak. To find how many people will get sick from this epidemic we can calculate the integral 1. 200te-0.5tdt -0.5t since y = 200te gives the rate of growth. How many people in total will get infected from this outbreak?

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Transcribed Image Text: Suppose that the rate that people are getting infected in an outbreak of a virus is given by y = 200te-0. -0.5t where t is the amount of time passed since the start of the outbreak. To find how many people will get sick from this epidemic we can calculate the integral 1. 200te-0.5tdt -0.5t since y = 200te gives the rate of growth. How many people in total will get infected from this outbreak?
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Transcribed Image Text: Suppose that the rate that people are getting infected in an outbreak of a virus is given by y = 200te-0. -0.5t where t is the amount of time passed since the start of the outbreak. To find how many people will get sick from this epidemic we can calculate the integral 1. 200te-0.5tdt -0.5t since y = 200te gives the rate of growth. How many people in total will get infected from this outbreak?