The Rate Of New Appearances For The Sis Model

3.2. The rate of new appearances for the SIS model. If you answered the questions above correctly, then you can observe that, if we call x = I(t) and y = (t) I(t) , then y = mx + b and y is given by a straight line!! Question: what is the slope of this line? Question: what do you think y represents? Can we estimate y from Hospital numbers? 3.3. The rate of new appearances for the asymptomatic SIS model. Now, write down the equation for y = (t) in terms of x = I(t) for the asymptomatic I(t) SIS model. Is it a straight line?

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