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    How do you integrate 50010/[(x+1)(5000-x)] ?

    The integral of 50010/[(x+1)(5000-x)] is the rate at which an infection spreads when an single infected person enters a community of 5000 people. x=infected people, t= days. (x,t), (1,0). How do I integrate 50010/[(x+1)(5000-x)] ?
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    Re: How do you integrate 50010/[(x+1)(5000-x)] ?

    Quote Originally Posted by NickA28 View Post
    The integral of 50010/[(x+1)(5000-x)] is the rate at which an infection spreads when an single infected person enters a community of 5000 people. x=infected people, t= days. (x,t), (1,0). How do I integrate 50010/[(x+1)(5000-x)] ?
    Try using Partial Fractions.

    \displaystyle \begin{align*} \frac{1}{(x + 1)(5000-x)} = \frac{A}{x + 1} + \frac{B}{5000-x} \end{align*}
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