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# The time between infection and the display of symptoms for streptococcal sore throat is

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Problem 12

The time between infection and the display of symptoms for streptococcal sore throat is a random variable whose probabililty density function can be approximated by fstd 1 15,676 t 2 e20.05t if 0 < t < 150 and fstd 0 otherwise (t measured in hours). (a) What is the probability that an infected patient will display symptoms within the first 48 hours?

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