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The Public Health Service monitors the spread of an epidemic of a particularly long lasting strain of the flu in a city of 500,000 people using the logistic function. at the biginning of the first week of monitoring (time zero), 200 cases had been reported. During the first week 300 new cases were reported. Determine the logistic Function
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