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during an outbreak of the ebola virus. Health workers gathered the following information .1) by the end of the first week 982 people were infected. Thereafter the number of people infected increased by 9% per day. Approximately how many people were infected by the virus by the end of the second week

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  1. n = 982 (1 + .09)^7

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