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**VonNemo19** I'm doing a math project and I'm stuck on the last question. OK, so I was told that the rate that a product is produced is given by

$\displaystyle \frac{dN}{dt}=2.5e^{-0.05t}$

so I integrate this and use the initial condition to get the production function. That is, the number of uits produced with respect to the number of days

$\displaystyle N(t)=-50e^{-0.05t}+49.94$.

Now, it would take 95 employees to produce 2500 units

If there is a 10 percent attrition rate over a period of 25 days, how would I revise the production function to account for this.