Posted by **Jasmin** on Wednesday, March 30, 2011 at 5:55am.

An epidemiologist determines that a particular epidemic spreads in such a way that t weeks after the outbreak, N hundred new cases will be reported where N(t)= 5t/(12+t*2). At what time is the epidemic at its worst? What is the maximum number of reported new cases?

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