### Identify the attitude, values, and ideologies that tend to perpetuate gender inequality

Identify the attitude, values, and ideologies that tend to perpetuate gender inequality

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Identify the attitude, values, and ideologies that tend to perpetuate gender inequality

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1) The spread of a virus in an isolated community is modeled by N(t)=1100/1+49e^-0.3t, where N(t) is the number of people infected after t days. a) Approximately how many people will be infected in 16 days? ___________ b) How long until 900 people have been infected? Round to the nearest day. _________days 2) Solve

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