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AIDS Cases From 1993 to 2003 the cumulative number N of AIDS cases in thousands can be approximated by N =-2x2 +76x +430 where x = 0 where corresponds to the year 1993.
Year Cases
1993 422
1995 565
1997 677
1999 762
2001 844
2003 930
(a) Use the equation to find N for each year in the table.
(b) Discuss how well this equation approximates the data.
(c) Rewrite the equation with the right side completely factored.
(d) Use your equation from part (c) to find N for each year in the table. Do your answers agree with those found in part (a)?

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