By Dennis G. Zill
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D Radioactive Decay The nucleus of an atom consists of combinations of protons and neutrons. Many of these combinations of protons and neutrons are unstable; that is, the atoms decay or transmute into the atoms of another substance. Such nuclei are said to be radioactive. For example, over time, the highly radioactive radium, Ra-226, transmutes into the radioactive gas radon, Rn-222. In modeling the phenomenon of radioactive decay, it is assumed that the rate dA/dt at which the nuclei of a substance decays is proportional to the amount (more precisely, the number of nuclei) A(t) of the substance remaining at time t: dA dt - ex A or dA dt - = kA.
Modify the model in Problem 3 for the net rate at which the population P(t) of a certain kind of fish changes, by also time population present at time 4. assuming that the fish are harvested at a constant rate h>O. =Spread of a Disease/Technology 7. Suppose a student carrying a flu virus returns to an isolated college campus of 1000 students. Determine a differential equation governing the number of students x(t) who have contracted the flu if the rate at which the disease spreads is proportional to the number of interactions between the number of students with the flu and the number of students who have not yet been exposed to it.
In mathematical terms, if P(t) denotes the total population at time t, then this assumption can be expressed as dP dt ex P dP dt or = kP, (1) where k is a constant of proportionality. This simple model, which fails to take into account many factors (immigration and emigration, for example) that can influence human populations to either grow or decline, nevertheless turned out to be fairly accurate in predicting the population of the 1790--1860. Populations that grow at a rate described by (1) are (1) is still used to model growth ofsmall populations over short intervals of United States during the years rare; nevertheless, time; for example, bacteria growing in a petri dish.